Go ahead and have that cow, Man, ’cause we’ve got Bart Simpson in the house! As an Emmy & Annie Award-winning actress, NANCY CARTWRIGHT is best known as the voice of everybody’s favorite spiky-headed underachiever, but also gives voice to Ralph Wiggum, Nelson Muntz, Rod Flanders, Maggie Simpson, DataBase and Kearney in the town of Springfield on Fox’s 30-year-iconic hit, The Simpsons. Needless to say, it is the longest running scripted TV series in history—starting its 31st year in production. In her 39-year career at the microphone, Nancy has lent her voice to hundreds of other award-winning animated series, including Rugrats (Chuckie); Kim Possible (Rufus the Naked Mole Rat); Richie Rich (Gloria); Animaniacs (Mindy); The Replacements (Todd) as well as Pinky and the Brain; The Critic; God, The Devil and Bob; Mike, Lu & Og; and Chuck Jones’ final work, Timberwolf. Nancy is known in the non-profit world as a generous and active philanthropist who gives of her time, energy and resources equally. She loves what she does on The Simpsons, however she sees it as a means that fortunately allows her to support many non-profit organizations, particularly those that help children. Whether it is hosting fundraising events at her home to build the local Police Community Youth Center, or appearing at events for Boys and Girls Clubs, or personally tutoring youth to help raise literacy and moral compass standards, Nancy cares about bettering the lives of our future generation.