Millions of kids grew up loving Debbie Reynolds and they may not have even known it

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Fans around the world mourned the loss of Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds after her death on Wednesday at the age of 84 — just a day after her daughter, actress Carrie Fisher, died on Tuesday at the age of 60.

Reynolds had a career that spanned almost seven decades, and was known for iconic performances in classic films like Singin' in the Rain and The Unsinkable Molly Brown — but Reynolds was also a voice actor, and she lent her voice to characters in some beloved children's movies and television shows. 

Nineties kids might be thrilled to learn that Reynolds has a recurring role as Rugrats' Lulu Pickles and also voiced the same character in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie. And one of Reynolds' most nostalgia-inducing voice-acting roles was as the titular spider in the 1973 cartoon film version of Charlotte's Web.

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But Reynolds also voiced Nana Possible in the series Kim Possible, Mrs. Claus in 1998's Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie and Madame in the English-language version of Kiki's Delivery Service. She also guest-starred on an episode of Family Guy.

Countless fans grew up loving Reynolds for her roles on television and in films, but many more grew up knowing her voice — though perhaps not her name — through beloved cartoons.