April Winchell is an American actress who has performed numerous voice acting roles, including three on Phineas and Ferb. She has been a radio talk show host, and formed her own radio advertising production company called Radio Savant Productions.
- A one-woman show as "Sheila Sanda"
- Mrs. Herman, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and two Roger Rabbit cartoons, plus Young Baby Herman in the same cartoons
- Peg Pete, Goof Troop
- Cruella de Vil, 101 Dalmatians: The Series
- Clarabelle Cow, Mickey Mouse Works, House of Mouse and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
- Terk, The Legend of Tarzan
- Bernice, Kim Possible
- reporter in "Voyage to the Bottom of Buford", Phineas and Ferb
- My Little Doggies shopkeeper in "Got Game?", Phineas and Ferb
- Blanca Dechan, "Attack of the 50 Foot Sister", Phineas and Ferb
Awards won by Radio Savant Productions
"Every major advertising award in the world", including:
- The Clio
- The Grand Mercury (The $100,000 Mercury Award)
- The International Grand Andy (only time this has been given for radio)
- Daughter of ventriloquist Paul Winchell. Amongst Paul Winchell's voice acting credits are Tigger from the various Disney Winnie the Pooh projects, and Gargamel from The Smurfs.
- Her one-woman show was produced by Lily Tomlin.
- She recorded some of her lines for Phineas and Ferb in late March or early April of 2008.
- For "Voyage to the Bottom of Buford" and "Got Game?", she is listed under "Additional Voices". The information found at the Internet Movie Database reveals what roles she had in those episodes: the reporter covering Dr. Doofenshmirtz accidentally catching the kitten and the shopkeeper of My Little Doggies.