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Holly G. Frankel
|Other names||Holly Gauthier-Frankel|
|Occupation||Voice actress, singer, dancer, comedian|
Holly G. Frankel (born July 13, 1979), also known as Holly Gauthier-Frankel, is a Canadian voice actress,singer, dancer, and comedian. Frankel is best known for supplying the voice of Fern in Arthur , Sagwa in Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat , Rita in Go Hugo Go and Hugo: the Movie Star, Teri in What's with Andy? , Loulou in Wimzie's House , and Flora in the Cinélume's English dub of Winx Club . She is also known for her alter-ego as burlesque performer Miss Sugarpuss, of which Holly retired in 2016.
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Holly is the daughter of Ron Frankel and Mary Lou Gauthier, who were former members of Malcolm Tomlinson's band Milkwood. At the age of seven, she became a voice actress after work as a studio singer for commercials.Due to her status as a "showbiz kid", she was shy and was considered an outcast.
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She attended CEGEP, and later graduated from McGill University. Holly developed an eating disorder as she sunk into a deep depression as she was considered "too fat" by several casting directors. She discovered burlesque at the 2004 Montreal World Film Festival.
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