'Babe' voice actor Christine Cavanaugh dies at 51

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Famed voice actor Christine Cavanaugh has passed away at the age of 51, TMZ reported.

The actress, who voiced the original "Babe" the pig in the 1995 film and Chuckie from "Rugrats," died on December 22.

No further information surrounding the details of her death is available at this time.

Cavanaugh's voices were legendary. Her body of work included characters from "Darkwing Duck," "Aladdin," "The Critic," "The Powerpuff Girls," "The Wild Thornberrys" and "Dexter's Laboratory."

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Christine Cavanaugh arrives for the 68th Academy Awards at the Music Center in Los Angeles, Monday, March 25, 1996. Cavanaugh, carrying a pig-shaped purse, is the voice of Babe in the film Babe. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
Director of "Babe" Chris Noonan and the voice of "Babe" Christine Cavanaugh arrive for the 68th Academy Awards at the Music Center in Los Angeles, Monday, March 25, 1996. Noonan is nominated for Best Director for "Babe." (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)
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According to her obituary in the Los Angeles Times, Cavanaugh Utah State University after graduating from high school in 1981. She then attended University of Hawaii before moving to California to pursue her acting career.

She married Kevin James Cavanaugh in 1985, but they later divorced. She has no children.

Cavanaugh retired from voice career in 2001.

A Memorial Stone ceremony was held in her honor on Antelope Island.
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