Rugrats: Living or Dead?

Which cast members of children's television series Rugrats have died?

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children's television series

Rugrats

Started 11 Aug 1991
Seasons 9
Episodes 172
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Rugrats is an animated television series, the adventure with nappies, produced by Klasky Csupo, Inc, Nickelodeon, and Paramount. The series ran from 1991 to 1994, and again from 1997 to 2004. The show is about how babies and young children view life and perceive the events happening around them.

About Rugrats

Rugrats is an American animated television series created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó and Paul Germain for Nickelodeon. The show focuses on a group of toddlers, most prominently Tommy, Chuckie, twins Phil and Lil, and Angelica, and their day-to-day lives, usually involving common life experiences that become adventures in the babies' imaginations. Adults in the series are almost always unaware of what the children are up to. The series premiered on Sunday, August 11, 1991, as the second Nicktoon after Doug and preceding The Ren & Stimpy Show. Production was initially halted in 1995 after 65 episodes, with the last episode airing on May 22, 1994. From 1995 to 1996, the only new episodes broadcast were "A Rugrats Passover" and "A Rugrats Chanukah", two Jewish-themed episodes that received critical acclaim; during this time, well after the end of the show's production run, Rugrats began to receive a boost in ratings and popularity, due to constant reruns on Nickelodeon. In 1996, Klasky Csupo Animation began producing new episodes, and the show's fourth season began airing in 1997. As a result of the show's popularity, a series of theatrical films were released; The Rugrats Movie, which introduced Tommy's younger brother Dil, was released in 1998, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie, which introduced Kimi and Kira, released in 2000, and Rugrats Go Wild, a crossover film with fellow Klasky Csupo series The Wild Thornberrys, released in 2003. The final episode aired on August 1, 2004, bringing the series to a total of 172 episodes and 9 seasons during a 13-year run. The series continued to air in reruns on Nickelodeon until September 30, 2007, although the Christmas special "Babies in Toyland" continued to air every Christmas through 2012. The series returned to Nick from December 27, 2010 until mid 2011, and again for a one off marathon coinciding with the Superbowl in February 2013. On July 21, 2001, Nickelodeon broadcast the made-for-TV special "All Growed Up" in celebration of the series' 10th anniversary. The special acted as a pilot for the Rugrats spin-off series All Grown Up!, which chronicles the lives of the babies and their parents after aging 10 years. Another spin-off series, Rugrats Pre-School Daze, was considered, but only four episodes were produced. Two direct-to-video specials were released in 2005 and 2006, under the title Rugrats Tales from the Crib. Tie-in media for the series include video games, comics, toys and various other merchandise. Rugrats gained over 20 awards during its 13-year run, including 4 Daytime Emmy Awards, 6 Kids' Choice Awards, and its own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The series garnered high ratings on Nickelodeon and was the network's top-rated show from 1995 to 2000. It was Nickelodeon's longest-running cartoon until 2012, when SpongeBob SquarePants aired its 173rd episode with the episode "Squidtis/Demolition Doofus."

Cast and crew

The following people were involved in the making of Rugrats:

Adam West
American actor
Dead
Kim Cattrall
Britidh-Canadian actress
Alive
June Foray
American voice actress
Dead
Katey Sagal
American actress and singer-songwriter
Alive
Glenne Headly
American actress
Dead
Alyson Hannigan
American actress
Alive
Andrea Martin
American and Canadian actress
Alive
Sara Gilbert
American actress
Alive
Jeff Bennett
American voice actor
Alive
Kathy Najimy
American actress
Alive
Ed Begley, Jr.
American actor and environmentalist
Alive
Mo'Nique
actress, comedienne
Alive
Mark Mothersbaugh
American musician
Alive
Elizabeth Daily
American voice actress, actress, singer, songwriter and musician
Alive
Joe Mantegna
American actor, producer, writer, and director
Alive
Brad Bird
American director, screenwriter, animator, producer and occasional voice actor
Alive
Mitchell Kriegman
American filmmaker
Alive
Maurice LaMarche
Canadian stand-up comedian
Alive
Jim Belushi
American actor, comedian, singer, and musician
Alive
Nicole Sullivan
actress, Comedienne, Voice artist
Alive
Charlie Adler
American voice actor and voice director
Alive
Tony Jay
actor
Dead
Jeremy Piven
American actor
Alive
Jeremy Sisto
American actor
Alive
Leigh Taylor-Young
actress
Alive
Diane Delano
American actress
Alive
Yeardley Smith
voice actor
Alive
Jess Harnell
American voice actor and musician
Alive
Mary Jo Catlett
actress
Alive
Kenan Thompson
American actor
Alive
Hynden Walch
American actress
Alive
Vicki Lewis
American actress
Alive
Melanie Chartoff
American actress
Alive
Tom Bosley
American actor
Dead
Laura Innes
American actress
Alive
Clyde Kusatsu
American actor and trade unionist
Alive
April Winchell
American voice actor and writer
Alive
Robert Morse
American actor
Alive
Scott Menville
American actor
Alive
Ron Leibman
American actor
Dead
Robert Costanzo
American actor
Alive
Sam McMurray
American actor
Alive
Marcia Strassman
American actress and singer
Dead
Ron Glass
American actor
Dead
David Doyle
American actor
Dead
Dana Hill
actress
Dead
John Byner
American actor
Alive
Victor Raider-Wexler
American actor
Alive
Danny Mann
American voice actor, writer, singer, musician, and production manager
Alive
Arye Gross
American actor
Alive
Fyvush Finkel
American actor
Dead
Terrence C. Carson
American actor and singer
Alive
Jesse Corti
American voice actor
Alive
Alan Rachins
American actor
Alive