Last Friday (30), Muriel’s voice actress in ‘Coração, o Cão Covarde’, Thea White, passed away at the age of 81.
The news was originally published by his brother, John Zitzner, revealing that the artist had undergone surgery two days before his death.
She had already been operated on on the 20th. However, Zitzner did not disclose the nature of the procedures or the cause of her sister’s death.
In the post, he shared a video in which Thea appears happily greeting her family, and it appears she was planning on taking a trip to meet them in Chautauqua, upstate New. York, United States.
“Thanks to Susan Bookshar for recording this last Sunday, July 25, about 5 days after Thea’s first surgery. She wished us good times, as some of us were in Chautauqua for a few days, thinking that she would join us at the end of the week. His last breath dates back to Friday July 30 at 11:05 am. 2 days after your second operation.
White was born in June 1940 and grew up performing in the New Jersey theater and has also performed on Broadway several times.
After taking a brief leave to focus on marriage, she returned to the arts as a voice actor for Muriel between 1999 and 2002, when the animation came to an end.
She recently reprized the role in the crossover ‘Straight Outta Nowhere: Scooby-Doo Meets Courage the Cowardly Dog’.
In the plot, the Mistério S / A gang travels to the town of Lugar None, where Coragem lives with his owners, Eustácio and Muriel. But a giant cicada monster catches the attention of young detectives, who will need the help of the two dogs to find out what is really going on.
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