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Abbey DiGregorio (née McBride) (born June 13, 1980) is an American voice actress who is best known for portraying the voice of Ling-Ling (the Pikachu-esque electric rodent) on Drawn Together. She is a member of the sketch comedy group The Mechanicals. She also appears in Richard Kelly's film Southland Tales. In the Drawn Together episode "Toot Goes Bollywood", Abbey not only provides the voice of Ling-Ling, but also does a live cameo as a white lady getting robbed by the Bill Cosby parody (DeWayne Jessie of Otis Day). Abbey provided a voice of a penguin in Bob Saget's movie Farce of the Penguins. She was the voice of Mackenzie B in the 2013 version of Golan the Insatiable.
In 2008, she married Drawn Together writer, Craig DiGregorio.
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