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Babz Chula was an American-born actress and a permanent resident in Canada who did voice work for Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog.[1]


Chula was born as Barbara Ellen Zuckerman in Springfield, Massachusetts. She was raised in Jamaica, New York. She received the Artistic Achievement Award by the Vancouver Women in Film Society in 1995.

In 2008, a group of actors and artists in Vancouver created the Babz Chula Lifeline for Artists Society, which helped raise funds for Chula's cancer treatment.

She became a popular actress in Canada starting with her role in the Canadian film My American Cousin. She won acclaim for her community spirit, continuing to act in independent Canadian films while also acting in Hollywood films.


Voice acting


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Former English Voice Actors

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