Kayzie Rogers

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Kayzie Rogers
Born Kayzie Rogers
Other names Katherine Freeman
Jamie Peacock
Charlotte Mahoney
Occupation Voice actress
Years active 1998-present
Known for Max and Axew in Pokémon
Notable work(s) Pokémon

Kayzie Rogers is an American voice actress. She is best known for her work in anime, commercials, original animation, and video games. She has appeared in titles for 4Kids Entertainment, Central Park Media, DuArt Film and Video and TAJ Productions.

Career Overview[edit]

Kayzie's most famous roles are the more than 50 she has voiced for Pokémon.[1] Rogers has also appeared as the voice of Chicky, the Kid Chicken for KFC; a talking teddy bear for FAO Schwarz, and as a bungee-jumping gum pellet for Trident White.

Kayzie says she has been "doing funny voices" for as long as she "can remember". She caught the acting bug early on, relishing her performances in school plays from kindergarten through college. Rogers's first media job was as an NBC page in Rockefeller Center. She then moved on to a successful graphic arts career, but her dream of working as a professional actor remained a constant.

With the help of vocal coach, Maddie Blaustein, Kayzie made her first cartoon-voice demo and was almost immediately discovered. She was cast as a bratty little kid in a tolerance PSA (Public service announcement). It was produced by cartoonist, animator, writer and businessman Joe Young (Scruples), starred Richie Havens and featured music by Stevie Wonder. Her first TV series was Nickelodeon's U2U. Kayzie played "all the high pitched voices for the cartoons" (Jerry Lobozzo voiced all the deep ones).

Kayzie Rogers is best known for her inventive and wacky portrayals as well as her wide vocal and emotional range. In addition to voice acting, Kayzie teaches workshops and performs for charities.

She has also performed under the names Jamie Peacock, Katherine Freeman and Charlotte Mahoney.

Filmography[edit]

Anime/Animation[edit]

Movies[edit]

Web Series/Shorts[edit]

  • Disney's World of English - Gymnast, Huey, Dewey and Louie
  • Zippy and His Friends - Buster, Coco, Joey, Additional Voices
  • Play Along With Me - Bunny, Additional Voices
  • Skyshapers - Sam Scudley, Gredius, Mookie
  • This Modern World - Hillary Clinton, Various Voices

Video Games[edit]

  • Bullet Witch - Various Voices
  • Pokémon Channel - Various Pokémon
  • Pokémon Learning League - Max, Officer Jenny, Skitty, Pikachu, Other Pokémon
  • Pokémon Master Arena - Wynaut (uncredited)
  • Pokémon Puzzle League - Marill, Jolteon, Gloom
  • Shadow Hearts - Sea Witch
  • Super Smash Bros. - Various Pokémon
  • Tetris Attack (Game Boy version) - Yoshi, Flying Wiggler
  • Valkyrie Profile - Iseria Queen, Frei
  • Windows on Math: Stewey's Space Vacation - Stewey
  • Windows on Math: Stewey's Hairball Holiday - Stewey
  • Windows on Math: Francesca's Frogs - Francesca, Frogs
  • Windows on Math: Bea's Big Burger Bun Barn - Bea
  • Windows on Math: Safari Sports - Tournament Announcer

On-Camera[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Colin McEnroe (2013-08-21). "In A World Of Voice Overs... "In A World" Is The Tip Of The Iceberg". YourPublicMedia. Retrieved 2014-09-21. 

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