Dana Hill

Born May 6, 1964

Dana Hill was an American actress and voice actor with a raspy voice whose childlike appearance allowed her to play adolescent roles into her thirties. Hill is best known for having played Audrey Griswald in National Lampoon’s European Vacation, and roles in Shoot the Moon and Cross Creek.… Read More

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1964 Birth Dana Lynne Goetz was born in 1964 in Encino, Los Angeles, California, to Sandy Hill and Theodore Arthur "Ted" Goetz, a director of commercials. … Read More


1981 17 Years Old 1 More Event
She appeared in guest roles on such programs as Family before landing a major role on the 1981–1982 CBS series The Two Of Us as Gabrielle "Gabby" Gallagher. … Read More
1982 18 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1982, Hill played Sherry Dunlap, the daughter of Albert Finney and Diane Keaton in Shoot the Moon That same year, she played Frankie Addams, the lead character in the made-for-TV adaptation of The Member of the Wedding, co-starring with Pearl Bailey. … Read More
1983 19 Years Old In 1983, she made a guest appearance on Magnum, P.I., in the episode "Basket Case". … Read More


1984 20 Years Old At age 19, she starred in a 1984 CBS Schoolbreak Special called Welcome Home, Jellybean, playing Geraldine "Jellybean" Oxley, a 12-year-old developmentally disabled girl whose parents take her out of an institution so she can experience a normal home life. … Read More
1986 22 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1986, she had another role in the TV series The Fall Guy. … Read More
1987 23 Years Old Beginning in 1987, she provided the voice for Scrappy, the orphan mouse, on eight episodes of Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures. … Read More
1989 25 Years Old She was Teddy-2 in Jetsons: The Movie (1990); from 1989-1991 she voiced Buddy on the animated children's television show Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, and in 1992-1993 was the voice of Max on Goof Troop. … Read More


Hill slipped into a diabetic coma in May 1996 and suffered a massive paralytic stroke the following month.
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