Pat Carroll, well-known for voicing Ursula in ‘The Little Mermaid,’ has died.
The longtime actress and comic handed away at her Cape Cod dwelling Saturday after a bout with pneumonia — based on her daughter, Kerry Karsian, who confirmed her demise to The Hollywood Reporter.
Carroll is probably greatest identified for taking part in Ariel’s half-octupus/half-human nemesis within the 1989 hit Disney film — and for all of the show-stopping numbers she pulled off on her personal, doing the entire singing for the movie by herself … and reprising the function all through the years.
PC had performed much more earlier than that, although … she was a veteran in sitcoms properly earlier than ‘TLM’ got here alongside — having starred in fan favorites resembling “The Danny Thomas Present,” “The Mickey Rooney Present,” “The Pink Skelton Hour,” “Getting Collectively,” “Busting Free,” “Galaxy Excessive College,” “Too Shut for Consolation,” “Foofur,” “She’s the Sheriff” and plenty of extra.
Carroll additionally had plenty of visitor appearances on iconic sequence, plus common bookings on selection, sport and speak reveals all through the twentieth century — her humor and wacky character was a success with audiences and hosts alike.
Her profession speaks for herself … the lady had gained a Grammy, an Emmy and accolades from her theatre work as properly. As many have rightly mentioned, she was a pioneer within the biz.
Caroll is survived by her daughters and granddaughter. She was 95 years previous.