Holly Gauthier-Frankel

Holly G. Frankel
Born (1979-07-13) July 13, 1979 (age 40)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Other names Holly Gauthier-Frankel
Occupation Voice actress, singer, dancer, comedian
Years active 1985-present[1]
Website http://www.hollygauthierfrankel.com

Holly G. Frankel (born July 13, 1979), also known as Holly Gauthier-Frankel, is a Canadian voice actress,[2] singer, dancer, and comedian. Frankel is best known for supplying the voice of Fern in Arthur, Sagwa in Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat, Rita in Go Hugo Go and Hugo: the Movie Star, Teri in What's with Andy?, Loulou in Wimzie's House, and Flora in the Cinélume's English dub of Winx Club. She is also known for her alter-ego as burlesque performer Miss Sugarpuss, of which Holly retired in 2016.[3]

Biography

Holly is the daughter of Ron Frankel and Mary Lou Gauthier, who were former members of Malcolm Tomlinson's band Milkwood. At the age of seven, she became a voice actress after work as a studio singer for commercials.[4] Since that time, she has been active in Montreal's neo-burlesque scene, the English theatre scene, several different musical spheres, and has continued to do voiceover, film and television work. She attended CEGEP and then McGill University. While attending the Montreal World Film Festival in 2004, she discovered burlesque. She was in the midst of depression and had a eating disorder at the time, and she credits it with saving her life.[5]

Selected credits

Animation

Video games

Live-action

Song vocals

References

  1. ^ Holly Gauthier-Frankel is born for the stage by Katelyn Spide. "...by age seven, Gauthier-Frankel was already working as a professional voice actor."
  2. ^ Erickson, Hal (July 2005). Television cartoon shows: an illustrated encyclopedia, 1949 through 2003. McFarland & Co. p. 704. ISBN 9780786422562. Retrieved 7 May 2012.
  3. ^ http://www.thesuburban.com/arts_and_entertainment/entertainment/montreal-s-premiere-burlesque-entertainer-miss-sugarpuss-final-fringe-show/article_9dbf8be8-25ee-11e6-b21e-1b697239d340.html
  4. ^ https://montrealgazette.com/life/urban-expressions/holly-gauthier-frankel-is-born-for-the-stage
  5. ^ https://montrealgazette.com/life/urban-expressions/holly-gauthier-frankel-is-born-for-the-stage

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