Nancy MacKenzie, the voice of Marge Simpson for Argentina and Latin America, died

Nancy MacKenzie, the voice of Marge Simpson for Argentina and Latin America, died
Nancy MacKenzie, the voice of Marge Simpson for Argentina and Latin America, died

Nancy Mackenzie, the Peruvian-Mexican actress, was 81 years old and achieved worldwide fame for being the voice of Marge Simpson in Latin America and the official dubbing artist for other international stars. Sources close to the actress reported that she died on Friday, June 14.

The actress began her career at the age of 19 by working in soap operas (Panamericana Televisión) and radio soap operas in general. At the age of 22, she married a Mexican citizen and obtained citizenship of the country.

Nancy Mackenzie.

In the 80s, already established in Mexico City, he began dubbing in films, cartoons and television series.

In an interview, the actress confessed that she almost did not accept the role: “When I saw Homer Simpson’s wife’s ugly dress, I rejected the proposal and said with my voice and not that face; However, my classmates encouraged me and told me to try for a while, and now I am part of a great family, with which I have grown attached.”

Marge Simpson.

Nancy Mackenzie was the voice of Marge for 15 years, until she was fired during a dispute between International Recordings and Dubbings with the Mexican union National Association of Actors (ANDA). Since then, she has been played by Marina Huerta, the voice behind Bart Simpson.

 
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