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Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik was on Recess and our 90s minds are blown

Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik appeared in the classic 90s kids show Recess – and our minds are blown.

The 45-year-old actress, who has fiercely defended criticism after the release of her new show Call Me Kat, voiced the character Kurst The Worst in the hit Disney animation.

Kurst was known as the worst kid in the school and often stole food from the cafeteria and disregarded the rules.

The bully made her first appearance in the 1998 episode titled The Girl Was Trouble.

‘I did a bunch of voices for them,’ Mayim revealed to Entertainment Weekly.

‘I’ve always been drawn to animation because I have an unusual voice, and when I was younger, I used to get to play a lot of boys voices because I had that kind of raspy boys voice when I was 11 and 12.’

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Kurst The Worst was one of the bullies in the animation (Picture: Disney)

Mayim has done a huge amount of voice over the course of her career, having had roles in Hey Arnold!, Johnny Bravo and Kim Possible, as well as playing the lead in The Adventures of Hyperman.

The star has recently come out to defend her new sitcom Call Me Kat after it was panned by critics for being ‘outdated’.

The show, which is the remake of the UK’s Miranda, tells the story of a woman in her late 30s launching her own shop despite her mother wanting her to settle down.

After the first episode received a mixed reaction from viewers, Mayim spoke out and encouraged audiences to give it time.

‘We have a wonderful supporting cast and I really do want people to keep watching so that they can see everybody really get to shine in their own way,’ she said.

Recess is available to stream on Disney+.

Credit: Original article published here.

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