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Tress MacNeille (pronounced MACK-Neal; born June 20, 1951) is an American voice actress. She voices various characters on The Simpsons such as Agnes Skinner and Lindsey Naegle. She has been in every episode of the show since 1999, and has been on the show since 1990. She is a very talented voice actress with other notable work being a regular on Futurama, Kanga, Daisy Duck, Shenzi, Chip, Merryweather, and the Queen of Hearts in the Kingdom Hearts video game series, the current voice actress of Daisy Duck, and is also famous for voicing Babs Bunny on Tiny Toon Adventures (1990-1992), Dot Warner on Animaniacs (1993-1998), and Charlotte Pickles on Rugrats (1992-2004). She is currently a regular on Matt Groening's newest series Disenchantment (2018-present), playing Queen Oona and Arch Druidess.

In the episode "Apocalypse Cow", Tress MacNeille is mentioned twice in the episode; the first is when Bart believes his conscience is making mooing sounds, only to realize it is Anguished Animals III by Tress MacNeille, and the second time is when Homer hears a voice saying he is entering the killing room floor of the slaughterhouse...

In the Czech dubbing of the episode she is not mentioned by her name but as the voice actor of Skinner's mother. First Bart instead of saying her name says that she voices Skinner's mother and Homer later says the same.


Also Starring (1990-present)

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Starring (1996, 2007)

Season 8

Commentaries (2013-present)

Tress MacNeille's Characters

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Cast and Crew
Dan Castellaneta | Julie Kavner | Nancy Cartwright | Yeardley Smith | Hank Azaria | Harry Shearer
Also Starring
Pamela Hayden | Tress MacNeille | Maggie Roswell | Russi Taylor | Karl Wiedergott | Christopher Collins | Doris Grau | Jo Ann Harris | Marcia Mitzman Gaven
Special Guest Voices
Kelsey Grammer | Maurice LaMarche | Joe Mantegna | Marcia Wallace | Greg Berg | Albert Brooks | Phil Hartman | Jan Hooks | Jane Kaczmarek | Jon Lovitz | Frank Welker