I know that voice: Cartoon voice-over great June Foray dies at 99


From Rocky the Flying Squirrel to little Cindy Lou Who, June Foray was the voice of childhood cartoons for a generation.

The voice-over artist died at age 99 on Thursday, leaving behind a legacy in animation and a career that took her to Hollywood's biggest studios including Disney and Warner Brothers.

Here is just a sample of the characters, shows and movies where she lent her talents:

Cinderella, Tweety's owner "Granny" in Looney Tunes shorts, Scooby Doo Where Are You?, The Jetsons, The Flintstones, Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Jokey Smurf, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Peter Pan, Mulan and Space Jam.

Foray was one of the original members of animation organization ASIFA-Hollywood and founder of the annual Annie Awards, was also instrumental in the creation of the Oscars' animated feature category, according to an NBC News report.

She won her only Emmy award in 2012 for her work as Mrs. Cauldron in Cartoon Network's "The Garfield Show."