Jules de Jongh

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Jules de Jongh
Born California, United States
Nationality American
Citizenship British
Alma mater California Institute of the Arts
Occupation Actress, voice actress, singer, television and radio presenter
Years active 1995-present
Notable work(s) Thomas & Friends
Spouse(s) Married

Jules de Jongh (also incorrectly known as Jules Dejongh) is an American actress, singer and television and radio presenter. She is known as the voice of Faith, the protagonist of the video game Mirror's Edge.

Life and career[edit]

She was born in California. Following training at the California Institute of the Arts, she went on to appear in a number of Hollywood films but disliked moving from one location to another during production.[1] She moved to England to marry her husband, Simon, and since being in the UK has appeared in films and television and hosted a Saturday morning breakfast radio programme for the BBC. She specializes in voice-overs.


De Jongh's animation roles include the following:

She has also provided the voices for numerous video game characters, some of which are:

De Jongh has also provided various voices for numerous commercials, for clients including TGI Friday's, Diet Pepsi and J2O. She has also narrated several productions for Channel Five.[citation needed]


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