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Melanie ChartoffChartoff in 1980BornDecember 15, 1948[1]New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.Alma materAdelphi UniversityCareer Actress comedianYears active1976–presentSpouse(s)Stan Friedman ​(m. 2013)​

Melanie Chartoff (born December 15, 1948) is an American actress and comedian. She first turned into famous for her comedy work on the ABC collection Fridays (1980–82), and within the Nineties Fox sitcom Parker Lewis Can't Lose. She voiced each Didi Pickles and Grandma Minka, Didi's mother on the Nickelodeon animated series Rugrats and All Grown Up!.[2]

Biography

Early life

Chartoff was born on December 15, 1948, in New Haven, Connecticut, and attended West Haven High School. She went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts from Adelphi University. She is Jewish.[3]

Career

Her first Broadway appearances have been in Galt MacDermot's space opera Via Galactica (1972), directed by way of Peter Hall, and The Young Vic's Scapino, starring Jim Dale (1974).

Chartoff's first TV role came in 1976 when she performed a nurse on Search For Tomorrow, and then appeared within the 1978 motion picture American Hot Wax. She first turned into a nationally known determine on ABC's Fridays, which was once ABC's try to create its own version of Saturday Night Live. She straight away stood out on the sequence, partly because of her regular role because the anchor at the display's pretend newscasts, but in addition because of her comedic talents (in particular an influence of Nancy Reagan). On one cartoon, she used to be cold-cocked on reside TV when co-star Maryedith Burrell failed to pull her punch right through a skit and chipped Chartoff's enamel.[2]

Between the loss of life of Fridays in 1982 and her return to an ordinary sequence in 1990 with Parker Lewis Can't Lose (through which she co-starred for three seasons as the high-strung Principal Grace Musso), Chartoff continued to work incessantly on television throughout the Eighties, including appearances on Mr. Belvedere, Wiseguy, and St. Elsewhere, as well as a recurring role on Newhart as Dr. Kaiser. She made two appearances on Seinfeld, including one within the 1998 collection finale wherein four of her former Fridays co-stars had been additionally involved (together with Michael Richards). She seemed in the 2006 season finale of Desperate Housewives.[2]

In the Los Angeles premiere of Bill Finn and James Lapine's musical March of the Falsettos (1982), for which she gained a Drama-Logue Award, she performed Trina. She performed Mary Jane Wilkes within the La Jolla Playhouse premiere of Big River (1984). At South Coast Repertory she seemed on this planet Premiere of On the Jump. She played Dot in the West Coast premiere of Sunday within the Park with George at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater (1986).

Inventing

In 1991, Chartoff and fellow voice actor Michael Bell conceived the Grayway Rotating Drain, a graywater recycling device for reuse of shower and sink water in the home. The following yr, they finished and patented the product with the help of Ronald Ok. Ford.[4][5][6][7][8]

Voice appearing and present projects

Chartoff's first voice-over work was once a visitor function on Challenge of the Super Friends. She has continued her paintings as an in-demand voice actress and also takes occasional TV and stage roles. She works as a trainer to each actors and non-actors to lead them to extra charismatic in public performances.[9] In 2005, she interviewed Laraine Newman for Autograph Collector magazine. She writes for The Huffington Post, The Jewish Journal, Defenestration Magazine, and The Funny Times. She plays her authentic material at such Los Angeles venues as Comedy Central's "Sit n' Spin," "Tasty Words," and "I Love a Good Story."

Rugrats

From 1991 to 2008, Chartoff voiced Didi Pickles and Grandma Minka, Didi's mother on Nickelodeon's hit collection Rugrats, for which she won a Daytime Emmy. She persisted to voice Didi at the Rugrats spin-off collection, All Grown Up!.[2]

Awards

Aside from Drama-Logue and Daytime Emmy Awards, she used to be cited by way of the City of Hope for developing and generating the once a year event Halloween for Hope to benefit youngsters's cancer research and gained a Certificate of Appreciation from the Mayor of Los Angeles for her concert events for the homeless. She is indexed in Who's Who in California, and Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.

Filmography

Film Year Title Role Notes 1978 American Hot Wax Debbie movie debut 1979 Can You Hear the Laughter? The Story of Freddie Prinze Fan (uncredited) Television Movie 1982 Having It All Dace Television Movie 1985 Doin' Time Linda Libel 1986 Stoogemania Beverly 1986 Hardesty House Judy Werner Television Movie 1987 Kenny Rogers as The Gambler, Part III: The Legend Continues Deborah Television Movie 1993 Wind within the Wire unknown position Television Movie 1997 Plato's Run Stephanie Direct-to-Video 1997 A Rugrats Vacation Didi Pickles (voice) Direct-to-Video 1998 The Rugrats Movie Didi Pickles/Minka (voice) 2000 Big Brother Trouble Frances Dobson 2000 Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Didi Pickles (voice) 2001 The Rugrats: All Growed Up Didi Pickles (voice) Television Movie 2003 Rugrats Go Wild Didi Pickles (voice) 2006 Dr. Dolittle 3 Black & White Hen (voice) Direct-to-Video 2012 And Out, Into the Bright Sky unknown position Short film 2017 Alexander IRL Maureen Finn Television Year Title Role Notes 1976 Search for Tomorrow Nancy Craig, R.N. tv debut

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1973 The Doctors Nurse (uncredited) Episode: "#1.2824" 1978 Wonder Woman Nadia Episode: "Screaming Javelins" 1978 The Tony Randall Show Ginny Episode: "Adios, Mr. Chips" 1978 Richie Brockelman, Private Eye Police-Woman Ronnie Episode: "Escape from Caine Abel" 1978-1980 Challenge of the Super Friends additional voices (voice) collection common; Sixteen episodes 1980-1982 Fridays Various series regular; Fifty four episodes 1983 Oh Madeline unknown role Episode: "Sisters" 1985 Mr. Belvedere Detective Wentworth Episode: "What I Did for Love" 1985 St. Elsewhere Kate Larson Episode: "Fathers and Sons" 1986 The Love Boat Betty Bell Episode: "Hippies and Yuppies/Frat Wars/Return of the Lambdas" 1986 Fresno Desiree DeMornay Television Miniseries; 5 episodes 1987 Take Five Laraine McDermott routine role; 6 episodes 1987-1990 Newhart Dr. Mary Kaiser habitual function; Five episodes 1988 Wiseguy Lillah Warfield habitual role; Three episodes 1989 The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! Tawny Tyler Episode: "Adee Don't/Karate Koopa" 1990 The Fanelli Boys Becky Episode: "Pilot" 1990-1993 Parker Lewis Can't Lose Principal Grace Musso series common; 72 episodes 1991-2004 Rugrats Didi Pickles/Minka Kropotkin/further voices (voice) sequence regular; A hundred and fifty five episodes 1993 Married...with Children Laurie Diamond, Attorney Episode: "Un-Alful Entry" 1994 Living Single Dr. Madeline Flayvin Episode: "They've Gotta Have It" 1994 Seinfeld Robin Episode: "The Fire" 1996-1998 Weird Science Marcia Donnelly recurring position; 5 episodes 1996-1999 Jumanji Aunt Nora Shepherd(voice role) sequence common; 22 episodes 1998 Seinfeld Robin Episode: "The Finale" 1998 Ally McBeal Joanne Poole Episode: "Happy Trails" 2000 Touched by an Angel Connie Burger Episode: "Bar Mitzvah" 2000 Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Grape Fox (voice) Episode: "Aesop's Fables: A Whodunit Musical" 2001 JAG Senator Anne Pick Episode: "Ambush" 2002 Taina Sasha Simmons Episode: "Desperately Seeking Agent" 2002 The Zeta Project Lead Scientist Episode: "Cabin Pressure" 2002 Body & Soul Colleen McKinney Episode: "Letting Go" 2002 Half & Half Bridget Episode: "The Big in with the in Crowd Episode" 2003-2008 All Grown Up! Didi Pickles/Minka Kropotkin (voice) series common; 32 episodes 2005 Unfabulous Health Teacher Episode: "The Little Sister" 2006 Desperate Housewives Sally Episode: "Remember (Part 1)" 2007 Tak & the Power of Juju Chief Tina-Tina (voice) Episode: "The Three Chiefs/The Party" 2010 No Ordinary Family Iris Mitchell Episode: "Pilot" 2014 Extraordinary Faith Director/Consulting Producer

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2015 Switched at Birth Producer Episode: "There Is My Heart" 2018 OK Ok.O.! Let's Be Heroes Sunshine (voice) ordinary function; Four episodes Video games Year Title Role Notes 1998 Rugrats Adventure Game Didi Pickles (voice) 1998 Rugrats: Search for Reptar Didi Pickles (voice) 1999 Rugrats: Studio Tour Didi Pickles (voice)

References

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