Katja Brügger (b. 1959) is a German voice actress, based in Hamburg, who dubbed Rosie O'Gravy in the German dub of Dog City. She also dubbed Maya Angelou in Elmo rettet Weihnachten (Elmo Saves Christmas).
Brügger is married to Douglas Welbat, current German voice of Cookie Monster. She dubbed Edie Falco on The Sopranos and Nurse Jackie, Mimi Kennedy in In the Loop, Lynne Thigpen in Novocaine, and Amy Brenneman on NYPD Blue. Her cartoon roles include Didi Pickles on Rugrats, Big Barda and other guests on Batman: Beyond, and the witch in the 2014 animated feature The 7th Dwarf (co-scripted by Welbat).
In audio cassettes, records, and CDs, she played Evil-Lyn and Entrapta in the Masters of the Universe/She-Ra series and many roles in The Three Investigators and Fearless Five series. With husband Welbat and writer Bertram von Boxburg, she wrote the Larry Brent and Macabros series (1983-1984) and played sporadic character parts. On-camera, she appeared in the final episode of the international co-produced miniseries Traffik (later aired on Masterpiece Theater), in the German scenes. Video games include Fallout 4, Mass Effect 3, The Longest Journey, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey (Benrime Salmin and others), and Wolfenstein: The New Order.