Female Voice Of 'South Park' Found Dead

Female Voice Ofsouth Parkfound Dead

Mary Kay Bergman, one of the voices on the Comedy Central animated series 'South Park,' was found dead in her Los Angeles home Thursday night of an apparent suicide.

The 38-year-old was with the show since its inception in 1997 and provided the voice for all of the show's female characters including Ms. Cartman, Wendy Testaburger, Stan's Mom, Kenny's Mom, Mayor McDaniels, Ms. Crabtree, Principal Victoria, and others.

The show's creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, addressed the news in a statement that read, 'Mary Kay was with us from the very beginning and helped make 'South Park' a success by sharing with us her amazing talent. We will miss her as an artist, a co-worker, and above all else a friend.'

During her time with 'South Park,' Bergman worked beside numerous musical guest stars, including Ozzy Osbourne, Joe Strummer, Elton John, the Cure's Robert Smith, and most recently Korn.

Bergman's voice was also featured in this year's big screen 'South

Park' adaptation as well as 'Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace,' 'Deep Blue Sea,' 'The Iron Giant,' 'The Hunchback Of Notre Dame,' and 'Beauty And The Beast,' among others.