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After decades as the voice of Bart Simpson, Nancy Cartwright is telling her own story

Bart Simpson is one of the world's most recognizable characters, and Nancy Cartwright is responsible for that mischievous voice that told the world to "eat my shorts." Now Cartwright — an Ohio native who also voiced numerous other characters on the long-running hit TV comedy The Simpsons — is voicing her own story. Her new audio book, I'm Still a 10-Year-Old Boy, delves into her path from a striving young voice actor to having a voice heard around the world.
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Nancy Cartwright voices new audiobook, expresses love for Dayton

According to the multifaceted Nancy Cartwright, she is “Still a 10-Year-Old Boy” and still a Kettering resident at heart. The Dayton native who has voiced America’s favorite troublemaker Bart Simpson for 33 years on “The Simpsons” has a new audiobook called “I’m Still a 10-Year-Old Boy.” It gives insight into her last 20 years of working as a member of one of the most famous dysfunctional families on TV.
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Nancy Cartwright has been a voice actor since 1980. Photo by Ray Katchatorian

LOS ANGELES, May 28 (UPI) — Nancy Cartwright, who is back as the voice of Chuckie in the Paramount+ “Rugrats” revival, said the show’s change from two-dimensional hand-drawn animation to 3D computer animation makes the characters look more tactile.”Chuckie’s hair looks like it’s felt,” Cartwright told UPI in a recent Zoom interview.
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Nancy Cartwright juggles voices of 'Rugrats' Chuckie, Bart Simpson

LOS ANGELES, May 27 (UPI) -- Nancy Cartwright, who is back as the voice of Chuckie in the Paramount+ Rugrats revival, said the show's change from two-dimensional hand-drawn animation to 3D computer animation makes the characters look more tactile. "Chuckie's hair looks like it's felt," Cartwright told UPI in a...
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Dayton Made-Famous People From Our City: Nancy Cartwright

Nancy Cartwright grew up in Kettering and discovered her talent for voices at an early age. While in the fourth grade at St. Charles Borromeo, she won a school-wide speech competition with her performance of Rudyard Kipling’s How the Camel Got His Hump. Cartwright graduated from Fairmont West High School where she participated in theater and marching band. She regularly entered public speaking competitions, placing first in the “Humorous Interpretation” category at the National District Tournament two years running.
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