Deanna Oliver (born September 27, 1952) is an American actress who did the voice of Toaster in the 1987 film The Brave Little Toaster and its sequels. She also is the producer of My Favorite Martian and other films. In addition, she was a writer of the 1993 television show Animaniacs and the 1990 show Tiny Toon Adventures. Sherri Stoner worked with her for Universal's Casper in 1995. Currently, they also work together as writers for The 7D.
In 2010, she made an appearance at California State University, Northridge with director Jerry Rees to discuss the making of their film, The Brave Little Toaster. She has a son, who according to Oliver, was deployed to serve in Afghanistan some months before the interview. At the deployment ceremony, some of the soldiers who were fans of the film had brought their toasters with them for her to autograph.
- "Welcome to the Neighborhood"
- "Sir Yipsalot and the Goose"
- "For the Love of Cheese"
- "Grampa Grumpy and the Ogre"
- "The 8th D"
- "Knick Knack Paddy Whack" (with Stoner and Roger Eschbacher)
- "Buckets" (with Randy Rogel)
- "The Enchanted Shoes" (with Eschbacher)
- "Big Bad Sneezy" (with Stoner, Shea Fontana, and Rogel)
- "Jollybells" (with Stoner)
- "Leaf It To Sneezy" (with Fontana and Gene Grillo)
- "The Queen's Quest" (with Fontana and Stoner)
- "Doing the 7D Dance"
- "Big Rock Candy Flim-Flam" (with Stoner)
- "The Rock of Sages" (story credit with Fontana, Tom Ruegger and Paul Rugg)
- "Knight School"
- "Say Pest to the Dress"
- "Whose Voice is it Anyway?" (with Stoner)
- "Miss Fortune Teller" (story credit, episode written by Fontana)
- "Grump-Tiki" (with Stoner and Tom Ropelewski)
- "Nicely Done and The 7D" (with Mark Drop and Charles M. Howell IV)
- "Take Me To Your Grumpy" (with Stoner and John McCann)
- "What Are You, Five?" (with Stoner and Rogel)
- "Bummer Vacation" (with Fontana)
- "They Growl By Night" (with Paul Rugg, Paul Dini and Mark Drop)
- "The Jollywood Games" (with Michael Loprete, Rugg, and Rogel)
- "Planks, But No Planks" (with Sindy Boveda Spackman)
- "There's a Monkey in My Hat"
- "Once in a Purple Moon" (with Stoner and Spackman)
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