Julie Bennett (January 24, 1932 – March 31, 2020) was an American actress and voice artist.
|Born||January 24, 1932|
Manhattan, New York, U.S.
|Died||March 31, 2020 (aged 88)|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Actress, voice artist, talent agent, realtor|
A native of Hollywood, Bennett worked as a character actress on stage, on radio, and in several film and television programs, including The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, Adventures of Superman, and Dragnet.
Voice acting careerEdit
Bennett worked as a voice actress from the 1950s until the early 2000s. She recorded voices for UPA, Warner Bros., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Format Films' The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show (for the segment Fractured Fairy Tales), and Hanna-Barbera Productions.
She is best known as the voice of Hanna-Barbera's Cindy Bear on The Yogi Bear Show and its feature-film spin-off Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! She reprised the character in Yogi's Treasure Hunt, Yogi and the Invasion of the Space Bears, and The New Yogi Bear Show.
Apart from her acting career, Bennett worked as a realtor and an agent for other actors. She went by a pseudonym when working in a field other than performing.
|1961||The Mouse on 57th Street|
|1961||Strangled Eggs||Miss Prissy (voice)|
|1962||Loopy De Loop||Female Skunk (voice)||Common Scents theatrical short|
|1962||The Slick Chick||Widow Hen (voice)|
|1962||Louvre Come Back to Me!||Penelope Pussycat, Mona Lisa (voice)|
|1962||Gay Purr-ee||Provence lady (voice)|
|1963||I Was a Teenage Thumb||Prunhilda (voice)|
|1963||The Unmentionables||Phone Operator (voice)|
|1963||Transylvania 6-5000||Agatha and Emily (voice)|
|1964||Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!||Cindy Bear (voice)|
|1966||What's Up, Tiger Lily?||Vocal Assist (voice)|
|1967||King Kong Escapes||Lt. Susan Watson, Madame Piranha (voice)||English version only|
|1970||Sole Survivor||Amanda (uncredited)|
|1972||Tijuana Toads||Flora (voice)||Frog Jog theatrical short|
|1988||Yogi and the Invasion of the Space Bears||Cindy Bear (voice)|
|Daffy Duck's Quackbusters||Agatha and Emily (voice)|
|1952–1953||Steve Randall||Audrey Clayton|
|1953||The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show||Mimi Watson|
|1953–1955||Lux Video Theatre||Edith / Miss Williams|
|1954||I Led 3 Lives||Comrade Munson|
|1954||The Ford Television Theatre||Receptionist|
|1954||Public Defender||Jane Stevens|
|1955||The Farmer from Monticello||Martha Jefferson|
|1955||The Eddie Cantor Comedy Theater|
|1957||Leave It to Beaver||Waitress|
|1957||Highway Patrol||Mrs. Wright|
|1959||The Further Adventures of Ellery Queen|
|1959–1960||The Quick Draw McGraw Show||Gisele, Sagebrush Sal (voice)|
|1960–1962||The Bullwinkle Show||Fisherman's Wife, Little Princess, Princess Irene (voice)||segment Fractured Fairy Tales|
|1960||The Huckleberry Hound Show||Brigette (voice)|
|1960||The Bugs Bunny Show||Additional voices (voice)|
|1960||Mister Magoo||Daughter (voice)|
|1961||The Best of the Post||Rosalie Blagden|
|1961||The Mouse on 57th Street||Customer (voice)|
|1961||Strangled Eggs||Miss Prissy (voice)|
|1961||The Yogi Bear Show||Cindy Bear (voice)|
|1962||The Donna Reed Show||Lady Customer|
|1965||The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo||Snow White (voice)|
|1963||McHale's Navy||Nippon Nancy (voice)|
|1964||The Magilla Gorilla Show||Various Characters (voice)|
|1967||The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure||Lois Lane (voice)|
|1967–1970||Get Smart||Zachary, Stewardess|
|1968||The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour||Various Characters (voice)|
|1968||The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn||Princess (voice)|
|1968||The Banana Splits Adventure Hour||Queen, Constance (voice)||segment The Three Musketeers|
|1969||Cattanooga Cats||Kitty Jo, Chessie (voice)|
|1969||The F.B.I.||Katie Singer|
|1969–1970||Dragnet 1967||Susan Fowler, Evelyn Gentry, Jan Petrie, Angela Tigley|
|1970||Love, American Style||Carol||segment Love and the V.I.P. Restaurant|
|1970||The Bold Ones: The New Doctors||Eve Parker|
|1971||The Funky Phantom||Various roles (voice)|
|1971||The Bob Hope Show||Herself|
|1973||Jeannie||Various Characters (voice)|
|1973||Yogi's Gang||Cindy Bear (voice)|
|1974||These Are the Days||Various Characters (voice)|
|1974–1975||Adam-12||Angie Byrd, Ethel Pollard (voice)|
|1977–1978||Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics||Cindy Bear (voice)|
|1977||Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels||Various Characters (voice)|
|1977||Fred Flintstone and Friends||Various Characters (voice)|
|1978||The All-New Popeye Hour||Additional voices|
|1978||Dinky Dog||Monica (voice)|
|1979||Gulliver's Travels||Various Characters (voice)|
|1981||Goliath Awaits||Sylvia King|
|1984||The Mighty Orbots||Boo (voice)|
|1986||The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show||Agatha, Emily (voice)|
|1986||Yogi's Treasure Hunt||Cindy Bear and United Nations Speaker (voice)|
|1986||The Real Ghostbusters||Cindy Crawford|
|1988||The New Yogi Bear Show||Cindy Bear|
|1990||Square One TV||Sybil Divine|
|1991||Garfield and Friends||Lola (voice)|
|1995–1998||Spider-Man||Aunt May Parker (voice)||Seasons 3–5, after death of Linda Gary|
- "Julie Bennett, 88". Classic Images (541): 38. July 2020.
- "In Reverse". St. Petersburg Times. 1 April 1950. Retrieved 30 June 2014.
- "Dramatic". St. Petersburg Times. 28 May 1950. Retrieved 30 June 2014.
- "Sandra Dee Making Films Again". Sarasota Journal. 23 Oct 1972. Retrieved 30 June 2014.
- Scott, Keith (2014) The Moose That Roared: The Story of Jay Ward, Bill Scott, a Flying Squirrel, and a Talking Moose London: Macmillan. (ISBN 0-312-19922-8), p. 352
- Behind the Voice Actors: Aunt May - Spider-Man (1994) Behind the Voice Actors, Retrieved April 2, 2020
- Evans, Greg; Evans, Greg (April 2, 2020). "'Yogi Bear Show' Voice Actress Julie Bennett Dies Of COVID-19 At 88".
- Julie Bennett, 'Yogi Bear' Voice Actress, Dies From Coronavirus Complications at 88. The Hollywood Reporter, April 2, 2020.