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Barbara Luddy is a voice actress.
Born in Great Falls, Montana, Barbara Luddy is the voice of The First Nighter Program for nearly 15 years. She also voiced Kanga in the 'Winnie The Pooh' film and cartoon shorts.
In the comedy 'Great Gunns', Barbara Luddy portrayed Veronica Gunn. She portrayed Judith Clark in 'Lonely Women', a soap opera. In The Road of Life and Woman in White, Carol Evans Martin and Janet Munson, respectively.
The approximate net worth of Barbara Luddy is $700,000.
The annual income of Barbara Luddy is not available.
Barbara Luddy stands at a height of 4 ft 11 in (150 cm). She had blonde hair and brown eyes.
Barbara Luddy died on April 1, 1979. She was 70 years old.
Barbara Luddy was born in Great Falls, Montana, USA on May 25, 1908. She was the daughter of Molly Luddy of Helena, Montana, and Will Luddy. Growing up, she performed in Vaudeville. Barbara Luddy studied in Great Falls, Montana, at Ursuline Convent College.
Talking about her family life, Barbara Luddy's spouse is R. Ned LeFevre. He is an actor and announcer. On September 18, 1942, they exchanged vows. The couple had a son, Chris LeFevre, and a daughter, Barbara LeFevre (1949–2013).
Barbara Luddy appeared before the camera in guest-starring roles in series including 'Dragnet', starring Jack Webb.
In 1929, Barbara Luddy traveled to Australia with Leo Carrillo as part of a touring company that performed the play, Lombardi, Ltd. Barbara Luddy played a mannequin in a play, and according to a review in the Sydney Morning Herald, she was a big hit due to her pert audacity and vivacity in that role.
In 1930, the actress appeared as Mary Jackson in 'Headin' North'. In 1933, she made an appearance in 'Her Secret' as Mae.
Barbara Luddy was a part of the Chicago Theater of the Air's dramatic cast. One of Luddy's most well-known radio roles was his tenure as a regular performer on The First Nighter Program, which ran from 1936 until its cancellation in 1953.
Barbara Luddy and fellow First Nighter actor Les Tremayne signed long-term contracts requesting their exclusive services on the program in 1937, creating what a contemporaneous newspaper referred to as 'a precedent'.
The film career of Barbara Luddy began with silent pictures in the late '20s. The actress is probably best known for her voice work in Disney animated films, including Lady and the Tramp (where she played the title character), Robin Hood, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, Sleeping Beauty, and the Winnie-the-Pooh featurettes, which included Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, as well as Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too, and were all combined into the composite film The Many Adventures of 'Winnie the Pooh'.
In 1960, Barbara Luddy appeared in the TV series 'The Donna Reed Show' as Mrs. Schiller.
Her other film credits include the TV film 'Lost Flight (1969)', and 'Terrified (1962)'.
The actress appeared in a few episodes of shows like 'Hazel', 'Kolchak: The Night Stalker', and 'Adam-12' as a guest star.
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