- NAME: Jean Vander Pyl
- OCCUPATION: Film Actress, Television Actress, Radio Personality
- BIRTH DATE: October 11, 1919
- DEATH DATE: April 10, 1999
- EDUCATION: Beverly Hills High School, University of California, Los Angeles
- PLACE OF BIRTH: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- PLACE OF DEATH: Dana Point, California
- Full Name: Jean Vander Pyl
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American actress Jean Vander Pyl is best known as the voice of Wilma Flintstone from the cartoon series The Flintstones.
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She voiced several characters, including Rosie the Robot and Mrs. Spacely, on this futuristic show, which originally only aired for one season in 1962, but enjoyed a second life in syndication. Vander Pyl also contributed to several episodes of Scooby Doo, Where Are You?
in the late '60s.
Vander Pyl got the opportunity to voice several of her best-known characters in the 1987 TV special The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones. One of her final TV appearances was as Wilma Flintstone on The Weird Al Show in the late 1990s.
Jean Vander Pyl died of lung cancer on April 10, 1999, at the age of 79, in Dana Point, California. Married twice, she had four children: Kathleen, Michael and Timothy O'Meara, and Roger DeWitt.
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