Nancy Cartwright, the voice of Bart Simpson, has donated at least $21M to Scientology

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¡Ay Caramba! Simpsons star Nancy Cartwright — the longtime voice of Bart Simpson — has been honored for donating at least $21 million to the Church of Scientology, according to a new report.

Cartwright, who has voiced the young rascal in the Fox hit for more than 30 years, has long been a fervent follower of Scientology.

The new issue of Scientology’s “Impact” magazine revealed that Cartwright, 65, was feted, alongside other multi-million dollar benefactors, at the Fort Harrison Hotel — a known church base — in Clearwater, Florida on New Year’s Eve 2022.

Wearing a navy blue evening gown, she was photographed alongside Scientology CEO, David Miscaviage.

“This was the most beautiful acknowledgement I have ever received in my entire life,” Cartwright told “Impact.”

Cartwright, who has voiced Bart Simpson since the cartoon family’s 1987 debut as animated shorts on “The Tracey Ullman Show,” is the voice of other characters including Nelson Muntz.

Scientology blogger Tony Ortega wrote Monday the actress was celebrated for donating this “cumulative” amount to the International Association of Scientologists (IAS), the church’s membership organization.

Back in 2019, Cartwright achieved “Diamond Laureate With Honors” status, reflecting that she’d given Scientology about $17.5 million, Ortega said.

This new issue of Impact reported that on New Year’s Eve, she received a trophy for reaching “Patron Excalibur With Honors,” suggesting she’s now donated about $21 million in donations to the IAS.

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