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Occupation  Voice Actress
Years active  1972 - Present

Name  Mona Marshall
Role  Voice actress
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Full Name  Mona M. Iannotti
Born  August 31, 1947 (age 68) (1947-08-31) Los Angeles, California
Other names  Sally Evans, Destiny, Michelle Moran, Mikie Morgan, Miki Moran
Agent  Arlene Thornton and Associates
Movies and TV shows  South Park, Despicable Me 2, Wolf's Rain, El Chavo Animado, Rainbow Brite
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Mona Iannotti, who goes by the stage name Mona Marshall, is an American voice actress known for her work in a number of cartoons, anime, films and video games. Her major credits include South Park, where she voices many of the female characters on the show; Fraggle Rock and CBS Storybreak. She has also appeared on-stage for television shows such as Cheers and Who's the Boss?

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Mona Marshall Adventures in Voice Acting YouTube

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Career

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Marshall has a theatre background and trained for the stage. When she was teaching fifth grade, the mother of one of her students suggested she enroll in a voice-over class taught by Daws Butler, voice of Yogi Bear and Quick Draw McGraw.

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She is often cast in the roles of young male characters. Her roles have included parts in not only Japanese anime, but also in American animated TV series and several animated feature films.

Her most notable roles in American cartoons are Sheila Broflovski (1999-present, after original voice actress Mary Kay Bergman committed suicide), Wendy Testaburger and Linda Stotch on the popular television show South Park as well as the title character in Doraemon and Kite, the main protagonist of the 2002 video game series .hack for PlayStation 2. Marshall voiced the talking bear Koby the Study Buddy, and she also provided the English voice for the title character in the El Chavo: The Animated Series.

Outside of voice acting, Marshall has coached others on the craft, and has worked on a singing career with solo songs she would perform on stage.

References

Mona Marshall Wikipedia


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