Kim Possible: Living or Dead?

Which cast members of American animated television series Kim Possible have died?

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American animated television series

Kim Possible

Started 7 Jun 2002
Ended 7 Sep 2007
Released19 years, 4 months ago
Run span5 years, 3 months
Seasons 4
Episodes 87
Correction?
Kim Possible
Kim Possible
Christina Milian at the World Premiere of IRIS by Cirque du Soleil 2011.

About Kim Possible

Kim Possible is an American animated action comedy-adventure television series created by Bob Schooley and Mark McCorkle for Disney Channel. The title character is a teenage girl tasked with fighting crime on a regular basis while coping with everyday issues commonly associated with adolescence. Kim is aided by her clumsy best friend and eventual love interest, Ron Stoppable, his pet naked mole rat Rufus, and ten year-old computer genius Wade. Known collectively as Team Possible, Kim and Ron's missions primarily require them to thwart the evil plans of the mad scientist–supervillain duo Dr. Drakken and his sidekick Shego. Veteran Disney Channel writers Schooley and McCorkle were recruited by the network to develop an animated series that could attract both older and younger audiences, and conceived Kim Possible as a show about a talented action heroine and her less competent sidekick. Inspired by the scarcity of female-led animated series at the time, Kim Possible is based on the creators' own high school experiences, and combines elements of action, adventure, drama, romance and comedy to appeal to both girls and boys while parodying the James Bond franchise, spy and superhero films and teen sitcoms. Distinct from other Disney Channel shows in its use of self-referential humor, Schooley and McCorkle developed fast-paced sitcom-style dialogue in order to cater to adult viewers. Set in the fictional town of Middleton, Colorado, the show's setting and locations exhibit a retro-influenced aesthetic. Kim Possible is Disney Channel's second animated series, as well as the first one to be produced exclusively by Walt Disney Television Animation. It also became the first Disney Channel animated series to be produced in high-definition. The series premiered on June 7, 2002, and ended on September 7, 2007, after 87 episodes and four seasons. Kim Possible received critical acclaim, becoming one of Disney's top-rated and most popular series. During its run, a pair of made-for-TV films were made: A Sitch in Time (2003) and So the Drama (2005). Merchandising based on the series, such as home media releases, toys, and video games were also made. A live-action television film of the same name was released in 2019.

Cast and crew

The following people were involved in the making of Kim Possible:

Bill Goldberg
American wrestler, actor and football player
Alive
Felicity Huffman
American actress
Alive
Patton Oswalt
American stand-up comedian
Alive
Lance Bass
American singer, dancer, actor, and film and television producer
Alive
Adam West
American actor
Dead
Sherri Shepherd
American actress, comedian, author and television personality
Alive
Jean Smart
American actress
Alive
Fred Willard
American actor and comedian (1933-2020)
Dead
Clancy Brown
American actor and voice actor
Alive
Danny Masterson
American actor
Alive
Jeff Bennett
American voice actor
Alive
Wendie Malick
film, television and voice actress
Alive
Andrea Martin
American-Canadian actress
Alive
Christy Carlson Romano
American actress and singer-songwriter
Alive
Ron Perlman
American actor
Alive
Anneliese van der Pol
American actress
Alive
Kristen Johnston
American actress
Alive
Lauren Tom
actress, voice actress
Alive
Gary Cole
American actor
Alive
Maurice LaMarche
Canadian stand-up comedian
Alive
Shawnee Smith
American actress
Alive
April Winchell
American actress
Alive
Jo Anne Worley
American actress
Alive
Nicole Sullivan
American actress
Alive
Rachel Dratch
American actress and comedian
Alive
John Cho
American actor
Alive
Brad Garrett
American actor
Alive
Fred Savage
American actor/director
Alive
Stephen Root
American actor
Alive
Ricardo Montalbán
actor
Dead
Gwendoline Yeo
Singaporean actress
Alive
Elliott Gould
American actor
Alive
Jess Harnell
American voice actor and musician
Alive
Joe Mantegna
American actor, producer, writer, and director
Alive
Mary Jo Catlett
actress
Alive
Amy Hill
American character actress
Alive
Nestor Carbonell
American actor
Alive
Carly Pope
Canadian actress
Alive
Tom Kane
American voice actor
Alive
Estelle Harris
American actress
Alive
Kerri Kenney
American actress and musician
Alive
BD Wong
American actor
Alive
Christopher McDonald
American actor
Alive
John Witherspoon
American actor
Dead
Susie Essman
American stand-up comedian, actress, writer, television producer, and voice artist
Alive
Thomas Lennon
American actor and screenwriter
Alive
John C. McGinley
born 1959; American actor
Alive
Brian Posehn
American actor, musician and comedian born 1966
Alive
William Daniels
american actor
Alive
Donald Faison
actor
Alive
John O'Hurley
American stand-up comedian, television personality
Alive
Hallie Todd
actress and acting coach
Alive
Eddie Deezen
American actor and comedian
Alive
Gary Dourdan
American actor
Alive
Phil Morris
American actor, born 1959
Alive
Dante Basco
American actor
Alive
Adam Rodríguez
American actor
Alive
Brian Tochi
American actor
Alive
Earl Boen
American actor
Alive
Breckin Meyer
American actor
Alive
Richard Kind
American actor
Alive
Charlie Schlatter
American actor
Alive
Jere Burns
American actor
Alive
Enrico Colantoni
Canadian actor
Alive
Tahj Mowry
American actor
Alive
Gedde Watanabe
American actor and comedian
Alive
Brian Stepanek
American actor
Alive
Bill Barretta
American actor
Alive
Justin Berfield
actor, producer
Alive
Justin Shenkarow
American actor
Alive
Eric Close
American actor
Alive
Brandon Mychal Smith
American actor
Alive
Spencer Fox
American DJ, singer, songwriter, actor and record producer
Alive
A.J. Trauth
actor, musician
Alive