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Also Known As: Sherri Lynn Stoner, Sherry Lynn Died:
Born: Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Kansas, USA Profession: screenwriter, producer, voice actor, actor, animation model, lyricist

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This pretty, petite (5'2"), brunette began her career as an actor, including a stint with the famed improv group The Groundlings, but has found greater fame behind the scenes in features and TV.

This pretty, petite (5'2"), brunette began her career as an actor, including a stint with the famed improv group The Groundlings, but has found greater fame behind the scenes in features and TV.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Casual Sex? (1988) New Wife
2.
 Reform School Girls (1986) Lisa
3.
 Deadly Messages (1985) Cindy Matthews
4.
 Lovelines (1984) Suzy
5.
 Impulse (1984) Young Girl
6.
 Shattered Vows (1984) Clara
7.
 My Mother's Secret Life (1984) Laura Sievers
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Had recurring role in TV-movies based on the NBC series "Little House on the Prairie"; TV acting debut
1984:
Film acting debut, "Impulse"
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Was member of the L.A.-based improv group "The Groundlings"
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Was animation model for the character of Ariel in Disney's "The Little Mermaid" (dates approximate)
1989:
Provided additional vocals for "The Little Mermaid", credited as Sherry Lynn
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Modeled for Disney animators for the character of Belle in Disney's "Beauty and the Beast"
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Served as story editor, producer and writer on "Steven Spielberg Presents Tiny Toon Adventures"; also served as animation model
1992:
Produced and served as story editor for the animated series "The Plucky Duck Show" (Fox), a spin-off of "Tiny Toon Adventures"
1993:
Contributed additional material to the Spielberg-produced CBS animated series "The Family Dog"
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Was producer, writer and supervising story editor on "Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs" (Fox)
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Voiced the character of Slappy Squirrel on "Animaniacs" (Fox, 1993-1995; The WB, 1995-1996)
1995:
Wrote and served as story editor on "Steven Spielberg Presents Pinky and the Brain" (The WB)
1995:
Feature screenwriting debut, "Casper"; co-wrote with Deanna Oliver
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Developed and served as executive story consultant for the Fox animated series "Casper"
1999:
With Oliver, co-wrote feature version of the 1960s TV series "My Favorite Martian"
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Notes

"When I do the stuff that ends up pleasing [the animators] the most . . . it has an emotional truth to it. They don't just want somebody to move their arm, they want the arm to move because you've touched something inside." --Stoner on her work as an animation model quoted in PREMIERE (November 1991)

"Automatically--an I mean this in a complimentary way--Sherri's face is very cartoony. . . She has cartoony timing. Her eyes--she has very big eyes--are more than just eyes." --Glen Keane of Disney quoted in PREMIERE, November 1991

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