Edie Mirman

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Edie Mirman
Born Bronx, New York
Other names Penny Sweet, Edie S. Mirman
Occupation Voice actress, owner Edie's Gourmet Looping..Post Production Co., writer, producer
Years active 1970–present

Edie Mirman is an American voice actress best known for Television and Feature work. Revoicing hundreds of episodes of series work in the United States and abroad. Also for many animated characters including the voice of Fujiko Mine from Tales of the Wolf, and also for both Miriya Parina Sterling and Nova Satori from Robotech. She is also the voice of Gatomon and Angewomon in the Digimon series. She is credited alternately as Penny Sweet and Edie S. Mirman. She is the owner of Edie's Gourmet Looping, specializing in ADR/Looping for Film and Television. Wrote The Dibbledab Tale, It's a Girl Thing, Homer and Althea.

Mirman was born in Bronx, NY.





Live TV Show[edit]

  • Maleficent
  • CSI
  • The Mentalist
  • Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce
  • Night Shift


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