Liliana Mumy

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Liliana Mumy
Born
Liliana Berry Davis Mumy

(1994-04-16) April 16, 1994 (age 24)
OccupationActress, voice actress
Years active1997–present
Parent(s)Bill Mumy
Eileen Joy Davis

Liliana Berry Davis Mumy (born April 16, 1994) is an American former child actress and ongoing voice actress. Between 2002 and 2006, Mumy appeared as Jessica Baker in the two Cheaper by the Dozen movies, Lucy Miller in two films of The Santa Clause trilogy and performed the voice of Mertle Edmonds in the Lilo & Stitch franchise.

Her father is actor Bill Mumy. Among his many roles, her father appeared as Will Robinson in the Lost in Space TV series, and as a child in the 1961 The Twilight Zone episode "It's a Good Life", and Liliana appeared with her father, as his child, in the revival series’ 2003 sequel episode "It's Still a Good Life". She currently voices Beth Tezuka, in the animated web series Bravest Warriors and Leni Loud in the Nickelodeon TV series The Loud House, and has been joined by her father on some episodes of both shows.

Personal life[edit]

Mumy was born in San Marcos, California, the daughter of Eileen Joy (née Davis), a childbirth educator, and former child star Bill Mumy.[1] She is the sister of former child actor Seth Mumy. She graduated from Laurel Hall School in North Hollywood, California and attended Campbell Hall School. She left there and graduated from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California in 2012. She is a fan of the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Los Angeles Lakers[citation needed].

Career[edit]

Mumy has appeared in several motion pictures. Her most notable film appearances are in Cheaper by the Dozen, Cheaper by the Dozen 2, The Santa Clause 2, as well as The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause. In 2002, Mumy played Audrey Fremont, the daughter of her father Bill's character Anthony, in a sequel to the classic The Twilight Zone episode "It's a Good Life" called "It's Still a Good Life".

Mumy provided the voice of Mertle Edmonds (Lilo Pelekai's rival) in Stitch! The Movie, Lilo & Stitch: The Series, Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch, and Leroy & Stitch, and voicing a character with a smaller role on American Dragon: Jake Long as Haley's rival at school. She is also the voice of Twinkle on Higglytown Heroes and the voice of Human Kimberly on Nickelodeon's Catscratch. Lesser roles included TV appearances playing Rachael/Rachel in six episodes on My Wife and Kids from 2002-2004 as well as young Donna on That '70s Show and guest starring in Scrubs as a girl at her birthday party (whose face J.D. daydreams of shoving into her cake). She also voiced Panini in the cartoon Chowder, airing on Cartoon Network and played Lula in The Cleaner in 2008. She also voiced a feisty, fashionable, pink-loving, golden retriever puppy named Rosebud in the Disney movies Snow Buddies, Space Buddies, and Santa Buddies. In June 2012, Mumy started voice work as 'Beth' in Bravest Warriors, an animated series created by Pendleton Ward, produced by Frederator Studios for their channel, Cartoon Hangover, a premium content partner of YouTube.[2] Mumy also provided the voice of Roxy in the Nickelodeon dub of Winx Club. She is also the voice of Leni Loud on the Nickelodeon show, The Loud House.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Show Role Episode
2001 Scrubs Samantha Tanner "My Old Lady"
2002 That '70s Show Donna (age 7) "Class Picture"
Strong Medicine Annie "Discharged"
2002, 2004 My Wife and Kids Rachel McNamara Recurring role; 6 episodes
2003 The Twilight Zone Audrey Fremont "It's Still a Good Life"
2003–2006 Lilo & Stitch: The Series Mertle Edmonds (voice) Recurring role; 23 Episodes
2004 Crossing Jordan Lena "After Dark"
2005 Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island Larry Simpson (voice) "Bananas for Golf/Fruit Ball Heroes"
2004–2007 Higglytown Heroes Twinkle (voice) Main role; 65 Episodes
2005–2006 Catscratch Human Kimberly (voice) Recurring role; 7 episodes
2005, 2007 American Dragon: Jake Long Olivia Meers (voice) Guest role; 2 episodes
2007 Me, Eloise (voice) "Eloise Goes to Hollywood Part 1"
Help Me Help You Madison "Boxer"
2007–2010 Chowder Panini (voice) Main role; 30 episodes
2008–2009 The Cleaner Lula Banks Main role; 20 episodes
2008 Batman: The Brave and the Bold Doll/Kid #2 (voice) "Invasion of the Secret Santas"
2009–2010 The Secret Saturdays Wadi (voice) Guest; 3 episodes
2012–2015 Winx Club Roxy (voice) Season 4-6 (Nickelodeon dub; voice) 45 episodes
2012–present Bravest Warriors Beth Tezuka (voice) Main role; 29 Episodes
2015–present Ridge Middle School Eric Winans/Megan Krueger/Alana Schriver (voice) Main role; N/A Episodes
2015–2016 Fresh Off the Boat Layla Guest role; 2 episodes
2016-present Shimmer and Shine Ayla (voice) Episode: "Hairdos and Hair-Don'ts"
2016–present The Loud House Leni Loud (voice) & Others Main role; 44 Episodes
2017 Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Daughter (voice) "World of Witchcraft"

Films[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1999 My Neighbors the Yamadas Nonoko (voice) English Version
2002 The Santa Clause 2 Lucy Miller
2003 Stitch! The Movie Mertle Edmonds (voice) Video
Cheaper by the Dozen Jessica Baker
2004 Howl's Moving Castle Madge, Young Girl (voice) English Version
2004 Mulan II Additional Voices Video
2005 Holly Hobbie and Friends: Surprise Party Amy Morris (voice) Video Short
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch Mertle Edmonds (Voice) Video
The Happy Elf Sister (voice)
Cheaper by the Dozen 2 Jessica Baker
2006
Barnyard Chick (voice)
Holly Hobbie and Friends: Christmas Wishes Amy Morris (voice) Video Short
Leroy & Stitch Mertle Edmonds (voice) Video
The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause Lucy Miller
2007 Holly Hobbie and Friends: Secret Adventures Amy Morris (voice) Video Short
Holly Hobbie and Friends: Best Friends Forever
2008 Snow Buddies Rosebud (voice) Video
2009 Space Buddies
Santa Buddies
2011 Batman: Year One Holly Robinson (voice)
DC Showcase: Catwoman Video Short
2016 Girls vs. Aliens Shannons Older Sister (voice)
2018 Space Goofs: The Movie Phoebe (voice) English Version

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bill Mumy Biography, filmreference.com; accessed June 14, 2017.
  2. ^ "Bravest Warriors — Liliana Mumy, John Omohundro, & Thomas..." Bravest Warriors.

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