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Pat Carroll, Voice of Ursula in Disney’s Little Mermaid, 95. dead on

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Pat Carroll, a Grammy and Emmy Award-winning actor of stage and screen, who famously voiced the villainous Ursula in the Disney animated film the little Mermaid, has died. She was 95 years old. Carroll died at his home in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, on July 30 while recovering from pneumonia. time limit Reported on Sunday. In his career spanning more than 70 years, Carroll revisited the sitcom The Danny Thomas Show and appear frequently on such TV series bust loose, The Red Skelton HourAnd To meet In 1956, Carroll won an Emmy for his work in the sketch comedy series Caesar’s Hour,

with their roles Caesar’s Hour And The Red Skelton ShowCarroll has appeared on such variety shows as: show red button, The Danny Kaye ShowAnd The Carol Burnett Show, He made guest appearances in several important sitcoms of the 1970s, including roles in Mary Tyler Moore Show, my three sonsand Carol’s turn as a domineering mother Laverne and Shirley,

A prolific voice actor, Carroll performed “Poor Unfortunate Souls” as the voice-stealing sea witch Ursula in the 1989 animated musical the little Mermaid. Ursula was Carroll’s role is frequently repeated in various media, including TV series. Disney’s mouse house And this little mermaid By-product; In 2020, Carroll voiced the character for the final time in an episode of the miniseries The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse.

“After I read the script, I thought, ‘Oh, this is going to be awesome… and then, I listened to the musical and thought, ‘Oh my god, this is like a Broadway score,'” Carroll recalled to Alan Menken. and the music of Howard Ashman in Alan Neuwirth’s 2003 book, Makin’ Toons: Inside the Most Popular Animated TV Shows and Movies,

“I went out to the studio, and around the room we saw all the women … there were women I recognized from the film, there were women I recognized from television … [This] It was a highly demanding job,” Carroll said at the time. “And in New York, they were doing the same thing. So I knew I was just one of many… it wasn’t, ‘Oh, we should get Pat Carroll.'”

In makin toonsCarroll remembered “Gripping” after a recording session:

“My youngest daughter, Tara—now an actress and director—said, ‘Mom, may I remind you, you’re in something that can be shown fifty years from now, and all your The work you’ve done in the theatre. The boards went off and disappeared. The work you’re doing right now will be seen by our children, and our grandchildren, and our great-grandchildren,'” Carroll recalled. “I turned to her Looked and I thought, baby is right. And I said, ‘Tara, are you telling me that my grandchildren will only know me as a satire?

Voiced by Carroll, Ursula is one of the most iconic and most recurring Disney villains. Carroll also voiced other characters for Disney, including the tutu-wearing Cuckoo the Gorilla. Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers’ And the grumpy old lady in Crowley Tangled: The Series,

Carroll’s other voice credits include roles in a goofy movie, Garfield’s Holiday DinnerRuby-Spears as Queen Hippolyta in the late ’80s Superman as the grandmother in the English version of the animated series, and Hayao Miyazaki My Neighbor Totoro, Most recently, Carol made cameo appearances in Nancy Drew And bridesmaidsMaking his final on-screen appearance in a comedy film Fox,

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