Bonnie Poe

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Bonnie Poe
Born (1912-10-15)October 15, 1912
Chicago, Illinois
Died October 16, 1993(1993-10-16) (aged 81)
Springfield, Illinois
Cause of death pneumonia
Other names Beth, Crazy Poe, Izzy
Occupation Actress, voice artist
Years active 1933–1938
Known for Betty Boop, Olive Oyl

Bonnie Poe was an American actress and voice artist, best known for providing the voice for the Fleischer Studios animated character Betty Boop beginning in 1933. She was also the initial voice for the character Olive Oyl in that studio's series of Popeye cartoons. Poe also portrayed Betty Boop in an on-camera live action short.

Poe died from complications connected to pneumonia in 1993, the day after her 81st birthday.





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