Barbara Luddy was an American motion picture and radio actress best known for her voiceover work for Walt Disney Studios in the 1950s and '60s.
|Born:||May 25, 1908, Great Falls, Montana, U.S.|
|Died:||April 1, 1979, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Known for:||Original voice of Kanga from the 1960s Winnie The Pooh film series and in The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Original voice of Lady in Lady and the Tramp, Merryweather in Sleeping Beauty|
|IMDb:||Barbara Luddy's IMDb|
About Barbara Luddy
Voice of The First Nighter Program for nearly 15 years also voiced Kanga in the Winnie Pooh film and cartoon shorts.
Barbara Luddy Before Fame
She began acting in silent films in the 1920s, and from there moved in the radio comedy-drama anthology series, appearing from 1936 to '53.
Achievement of Barbara Luddy
She lent her voice to many of Disney's greatest animated characters, from Lady in Lady and the Tram, to Merryweather in Sleeping Beauty, to the church mouse in Robin Hood.
Barbara Luddy Family Life
She was born in Great Falls, Montana.
Associations of Barbara Luddy
She appeared before the camera in guest starring roles in series including Dragnet, starring Jack Webb.
Information related to Barbara Luddy
- Actresses from Montana
- American radio actresses