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Kohn, a native of San Francisco, voiced the character in It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown, It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown, Be My Valentine,  and You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown (for which she also provided the voice of Loretta).




Melanie Kohn began her journey in the world of theatre at the tender age of three and made her first on-screen appearance as an extra in "The Godfather" when she was just seven years old. She is best known for voicing the character “Lucy van Pelt” in the beloved Peanuts specials from 1974 to 1977, including “Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown,” “It’s a Mystery, Charlie Brown,” “It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown,” “You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown,” and the feature film “Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown.” She also brought “Lucy” to life in television commercials for Weber’s and Millbrook bread.


During her college years, Kohn pursued her passions for poetry, drama, creative writing, and broadcasting. In her twenties, she worked as an on-air personality and marketing specialist at a radio station, which preceded her careers in the medical and dental fields. This period also included time spent traveling, teaching, and raising three children.


While her children were young, Kohn returned to college to complete her degree. She later rejoined the radio industry as a marketing specialist, where she particularly enjoyed writing and voicing ads for her clients.


Kohn now dedicates as much time as possible to being in the Vancouver area, where her three children reside, and work within the film, television, and gaming industries.

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