Famed voice actor Christine Cavanaugh of ‘Rugrats,’ ‘Babe’ dies at 51

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Cavanaugh was famous for her role as Chuckie, pictured second from the right. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

(PIX11/AP) — Prolific voice actress Christine Cavanaugh, best known for her roles in “Babe” and “Rugrats,” has died. She was 51.

Cavanaugh’s sister Deionn Masock confirmed Tuesday that Cavanaugh died Dec. 22 at her home in Utah. An obituary notice was also published in Tuesday’s Los Angeles Times.

Masock says the cause of death is not known.

The Layton, Utah, native began her successful career in 1991 with her role as Gosalyn Mallard on “Darkwing Duck,” and retired in 2001.

She voiced Babe the Pig, Dexter from “Dexter’s Laboratory,” and Chuckie Finster from “Rugrats,” to name a few.

She also notably played characters from “Sonic the Hedgehog,” “Flintstone Family Christmas,” “Aladdin,” “101 Dalmations: The Series,” “King of the Hill,” and “The Wild Thornberrys.”

Cavanaugh additionally had some on-screen TV appearances including “Jerry Maguire,” “The X-Files,” and “ER.”

Loved ones reportedly placed a memorial stone on Antelope Island in Utah, a place she loved.