Jean Vander Pyl

Jean Vander Pyl


Jean Vander Pyl was born on Oct 11, 1919 in USA. Jean Vander Pyl's big-screen debut came with Deep in My Heart directed by Stanley Donen in 1954. Jean Vander Pyl is known for The New Tom & Jerry Show directed by Charles Nichols, Henry Corden stars as Additional Voices and Kathy Gori as Additional Voices. The most recent award Jean Vander Pyl achieved is Annie Awards. The upcoming new movie Jean Vander Pyl plays is A Flintstones Christmas Carol which will be released on Nov 21, 1994.

Jean Thurston Vander Pyl was an American actress and voice actress. Although her career spanned many decades, she is best known as the voice of Wilma Flintstone for the Hanna-Barbera cartoon Les Pierrafeu (1960). In addition to Wilma Flintstone, she also provided the voices of Pebbles Flintstone, Rosie the robot maid on the animated series Les Jetsons (1962), Goldie, Lola Glamour, Nurse LaRue and other characters in Top Cat (1961), Winsome Witch on Agent sans secret (1965) and Ogee on Maguilla le gorille (1964).

  • Birthday

    Oct 11, 1919
  • Place of Birth

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Known For


1 wins & 0 nominations

Annie Awards
Winner - Winsor McCay Award

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