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Laney Fontaine

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Laney Fontaine
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Character Information
Gender:
Female ♀
Status:
Alive
Hair: Gray
Occupation: Broadway performer
First Appearance: "My Fare Lady"
Voiced by: Tress MacNeille


Laney Fontaine is a Broadway performer.

History[edit]

Moe watched her perform comedy, dance, sing, and act at the Springfield Playhouse after getting free tickets from a Moe's Tavern patron. After performing and eyeing Moe, she was seen in the back of a car making out with Moe who took her back to his bar. However, the bar was in ruins and she soon left.[1]

In a coma dream that Bart had, Laney Fontaine was on the wall of Ned Flanders' dead wives.[2]

It seems that Laney and Moe had been in a relationship even after she left the bar. However, at some point they broke up. Laney then made a Broadway play where she broke up with Moe and tore him apart. She won a Tony award for this.[3]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

  • Laney Fontaine is a reference to the American actress and singer Elaine Stritch (1925–2014).

Appearances[edit]


References[edit]