Cree Summer

Cree Summer Francks (born July 7, 1969), best known as Cree Summer, is a Canadian-American actress, musician and voice actress.

She is perhaps best known for her role as college student Winifred "Freddie" Brooks on the NBC sitcom A Different World. As a voice actress Summer is best known for voicing Penny in Inspector Gadget during Season 1, Elmyra Duff in Tiny Toon Adventures, Susie Carmichael on Rugrats and All Grown Up, Princess Kida in Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Valerie Gray in Danny Phantom, Foxxy Love in Drawn Together, Numbuh 5 in Codename: Kids Next Door, and Cleo the Poodle in Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Read more about Cree SummerEarly Life and Family, Acting and Voice Acting Career, Video Game Voice Acting, Music Career, Filmography

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Drawn Together - Voice Cast
... actors, which contains a mix of veteran voice actors (Tara Strong, Cree Summer, Jess Harnell, and James Arnold Taylor) and newcomers to the field (Abbey ... Taylor (Wooldoor), Summer (Foxxy), and Strong (Clara and Toot) all performed in the Square Co./Square Enix-developed video games Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 as Tidus/Sh ... Tara Strong and Cree Summer worked together on other projects, most notably Rugrats, All Grown Up!, Danny Phantom, Codename Kids Next Door, Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater, The Buzz ...
Rugrats Go Wild - Soundtrack - Track Listing
... Daily, Kath Soucie, Tara Strong, Cree Summer - 232 "Lizard Love" - Aerosmith - 435 "Ready to Roll" - Flashlight Brown - 251 "The Morning After" - Cheryl Chase, Cree Summer - 322 "Atomic Dog" - George Clinton, Jr. 445 "Dresses and Shoes (Precious Few)" - Cheryl Chase, Cree Summer - 328 "Should I Stay or Should I Go" - The Clash - 309 "Lust for Life" - Bruce Willis - 343 "Phil's Diapey's Hanging ... Daily, Kath Soucie, Tara Strong, Cree Summer - 311 "Changing Faces" - E.G ...

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