Maggie Blue O'Hara

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Maggie Blue O'Hara
Born Maggie Blue O'Hara
Victoria, British Columbia
Occupation Actress, writer/director, singer/songwriter, dancer/choreographer and founder/co-artistic director of All Theatre Art Association [1] in Hong Kong.
Years active 1980–present

Maggie Blue O'Hara (born in Victoria, British Columbia), also credited as Maggie O'Hara, is a Canadian actress, noted for her voice acting and her recognisable "young teenage girl" voice. In addition to anime roles, she was the voice of Shadowcat in X-Men: Evolution.


Maggie Blue has appeared in many television series and TV movies produced in Vancouver, including X-Files, Da Vinci's Inquest, Hope Island, Neon Rider and three years as a regular on the CBC TV series Northwood. She appeared in the made-for-TV movies Other Women's Children, Resurrection, Talking to Heaven, and more.

In 2005, Maggie Blue and her husband, renowned Hong Kong sand-painting artist Hoi Chiu,[2] formed All Theatre Art Association and have created shows and toured them internationally to places such as England, Canada, Taiwan, China, Singapore, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand. While living in Hong Kong, O'Hara provided voices for name-brand electronic toys such as VTech and cartoon series such as Hello Kitty and Friends.

In early 2015, after nearly 10 years in Hong Kong, Maggie Blue returned to Vancouver, British Columbia, to live and is continuing with her voiceover work as well as performing and teaching acting skills and children's yoga. She is also a workshop facilitator.


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