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|Born||Lorelei Elizabeth King
29 October 1953 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
|Occupation||Actress, Television presenter|
|Years active||1981– present|
Lorelei Elizabeth King (born 29 October 1953) is a British-based American actress who has been based in the United Kingdom since 1981. She has narrated audiobooks, acted in radio plays for BBC Radio 4 and appeared on television.
Lorelei King was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. She spent her childhood moving between Pennsylvania, Arkansas and California. In 1981, she planned to move to either Paris, or Yugoslavia, where her family originated. She had a three-day stopover in London, but decided to stay in Britain.
King has made numerous television roles, which include drama, comedy and children's shows. Her first appearance was in the 1983 drama Murrow, a biography of the American news reporter and political commentator Edward R. Murrow and since then she has had roles in many British shows, such as Series 2 on the Sky One show, Mile High as Fresh! airlines HR boss, Stella Lightfoot, Chef! (as Savanah) and in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale as showgirl Vonda Lockhart. As well as this, she has also had parts in films such as Notting Hill as well leading her voice to radio shows and video games. This includes Dirk Maggs' adaptations of The Adventures of Superman and Batman: Knightfall. She also voiced the character of Mary Osakwe in the UFO: Afterlight computer game. In 2006, she appeared in an episode of sitcom Not Going Out as a therapist. She has narrated over 200 audiobooks. King also provided the voice of Samus Aran's Power Suit in a 2005 pinball video game, Metroid Prime Pinball.
King's work also includes:
- Voicing several female characters (excluding Bella) in Avenger Penguins; Tabs and Marmagora in Fantomcat; and Wendy, Muck, Dizzy, and Roley in the American version of Bob the Builder
- Narrating all audiobooks of the American children's cartoon series Dinobabies
- Playing all the female roles in Flywheel, Shyster, and Flywheel, that was adapted in the 1990s for BBC Radio 4 from the original Marx Brothers radio series broadcast in the 1930s
- Jordan Watch
- If you link the above link with information on 192.com, it lists her occupation as Actress
- Staff (22 May 2006). "A voice made for audiobooks", Publishers Weekly, Reed Business Information (archived at AccessMyLibrary).
- Fuse Games (24 October 2005). "Metroid Prime Pinball". Nintendo. Scene: Staff credits. "Suit Voice: Lorelei King"
- "Lorelei King biography", LoreleiKing.com.