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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 7 July 1969Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth NameCree Summer Francks

Mini Bio (1)

Cree Summer was born on July 7, 1969 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Cree Summer Francks. She is an actress, known for Inspector Gadget (1983), Tiny Toon Adventures (1990) and A Different World (1987). She is married to Angelo Pullens. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Angelo Pullens (? - present) (2 children)

Trade Mark (1)

Ability to speak in a perennially adolescent-sounding voice

Trivia (8)

Daughter of actor Don Francks and Lili Francks.
Her younger brother, Rainbow Francks, is currently a VJ for "Much Music" (2001).
Was in a long-term relationship with actor Kadeem Hardison during the run of A Different World (1987). She was never bothered by his character's on-screen romance with Jasmine Guy, stating that she and Guy were like sisters in real life, the direct opposites of their characters.
Started off in acting, then did some singing, now does mostly voice-over work for TV cartoons such as Rugrats (1991). For those who remember, she originated the voice of Penny in the 1980s cartoon Inspector Gadget (1983).
She played Princess Kida Kidagakash in Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001). Her brother Rainbow Francks played Lt. Aiden Ford in Stargate: Atlantis (2004).
Is a dual American and Canadian citizen.
In the 2009 Video Game "Batman Arkham Asylum", Cree Summer voiced an original character named Penelope (Penny) Young. This is likely a reference to her first major voice-acting role as Inspector Gadget's young niece, Penny, from the 1983 Inspector Gadget cartoon series.
She and her husband have two daughters: Brave Littlewing (born March 2011) and Hero Peregrine (born February 2013).

Personal Quotes (1)

I was an only child for 10 years, I didn't start school until 8, and I didn't have a TV for years. So I found all these voices when playing with my toys. They're really my toys' voices. Schizophrenia comes in handy.

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