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Kelly Osbourne is leading the voice cast of Disney’s animated series The 7D, a modern-day take on the Seven Dwarfs.
Bill Farmer, Maurice LaMarche, Kevin Michael Richardson, Scott Menville, Dee Bradley Baker, Stephen Stanton, Billy West, Paul Rugg, Jess Harnell and Leigh-Allyn Baker will also voice characters in the summer series, which will be broadcast on three Disney networks (Disney XD, Disney Channel and Disney Junior).
The 7D is set in the contemporary and whimsical world of Jollywood and finds the 7D — Happy (Richardson), Bashful (West), Sleepy (Stanton), Sneezy (Menville), Dopey (Dee Bradley Baker), Grumpy (LaMarche) and Doc (Farmer) — hard at work helping the quirky Queen Delightful (Leigh-Allyn Baker) keep her kingdom in order. Rugg voices Lord Starchbottom.
Osbourne voices Hildy Gloom, a novice witch who, together with her warlock husband Grim (Harnell), haplessly plots to overthrow the kingdom. Osbourne’s mother, Sharon, is the voice of Mama Hook on Disney Channel’s Jake and the Neverland Pirates, marking a Disney family reunion of sorts.
Parry Gripp is the composer on The 7D and performs the theme.
Tom Ruegger is executive producer, with Tom Warburton as co-executive producer. Sherri Stoner is story editor, while Alfred Gimeno, Jeff Gordon and Charles Visser are directors.
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