Thea White, Voice of Muriel Bagge on ‘Courage the Cowardly Dog,’ Dies at 81

Thea White, Voice of Muriel Bagge on ‘Courage the Cowardly Dog,’ Dies at 81
Thea White, an actor best known for voicing the sweet-natured Scotswoman Muriel Bagge on Cartoon Network’s “Courage the Cowardly Dog,” died on July 30. She was 81.

White’s brother, John Zitzner, announced the news of White’s death on his Facebook page, writing that White had died two days after undergoing a second surgery related to liver cancer.

Born on June 16, 1940 in Newark, N.J., White began acting professionally on stage in her 20s, according to Zitzner’s post. She also held jobs as a librarian and the personal assistant to Marlene Dietrich. White was married to Andy White, who
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