|Occupation||Voice actor, actress, singer-songwriter, writer, producer|
|Spouse(s)||Ryan Paul James (2010–present)|
Melissa Disney is a voiceover artist, actress, singer-songwriter, writer, and film producer.
Disney is one of a small number of women who do voice-over work for movie trailers. The trailer for Gone in 60 Seconds, which she did in 2000, was one of the first by a major film studio to use a female voice.
She voices the title character Ginger Foutley in the animated cartoon As Told by Ginger. She is also known for her role as Elora the Faun in Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage and as Courtney Gears (a parody of Britney Spears) in Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal and Ratchet: Deadlocked.
|1995||Whisper of the Heart||English version, voice|
|1998||Reasons of the Heart||Crystal|
|1998||Rusty: A Dog's Tale||Boo the Cat||Voice|
|1999||Batman Beyond: The Movie||Blade||TV Movie|
|1999||My Neighbors the Yamadas||English version, voice|
|2000||Life and Adventures of Santa ClausThe Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (2000 film)||Gardenia / Village Girl||Voice|
|2000||Christmas Lamb, TheThe Christmas Lamb||Jacob / Talia / LIttle Boy (voice)||TV Movie|
|2000||Trumpet of the Swan, TheThe Trumpet of the Swan||Billie||Voice|
|2003||Hermie: A Common Caterpillar||LadyBug||TV Movie|
|2004||Hermie & Friends: Flo the Lyin' Fly||Lucy Ladybug||VIdeo short, voice|
|2004||Hermie & Friends: Webster the Scaredy Spider||Lucy Ladybug||Video short, voice|
|2005||Hermie & Friends: Buzby, the Misbehaving Bee||Lucy Ladybug||Video short, voice|
|2005||Hermie & Friends: A Fruitcake Christmas||Lucy Ladybug||Video|
|2006||Hermie & Friends: To Share or Nut to Share||Lucy Ladybug||Video short|
|2006||35th Annual Key Art Awards||Announcer||TV Movie|
|2007||Hermie & Friends: Milo the Mantis Who Wouldn't Pray||Lucy / Hailey / Bailey||Video short|
|2008||Hermie and Friends: Hermie and the High Seas||Hailey||Video short|
|2008||iCarly: iGo to Japan||TV Movie|
|2009||Skeeter and the Mystery of the Lost Mosquito Treasure||Hailey||Video short|
|2009||Up in the Air||Geri||Short|
|2009||Hermie & Friends: The Flo Show Creates a Buzz||Hailey||Video short|
|2009||Butterfly Circus, TheThe Butterfly Circus||Shanty Town Mother||Short|
|2009||Behold Your God, Israel||Narrator (voice)||Video short|
|2011||Top Cat: The Movie||Trixie||English version, voice|
|2013||In a World...||Melinda Chisney|
- 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue
- Animorphs: Know the Secret as Rachel
- The Baldur's Gate series as Imoen
- Bee Movie Game as Vanessa Bloome
- Deadpool as Rogue, Psylocke, Spirit
- Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey as the Heroine
- EverQuest II
- Interstate '82 as Skye Champion
- Jade Empire
- Kingdom Hearts II as Vivi Ornitier
- Prototype 2 as Sabrina Galloway
- Ratchet & Clank as Hoverboard Girl
- Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal as Courtney Gears & Soap Actress
- Ratchet: Deadlocked (In Europe known as Ratchet: Gladiator) as Courtney Gears
- Secret Agent Clank as Courtney Gears
- Shark Tale as Angie
- Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage as Elora the Faun
Movies / cartoons /TV shows
- 84th Academy Awards as the announcer
- As Told by Ginger as Ginger
- Dexter's Laboratory
- The Care Bears
- Cow and Chicken
- Extreme Ghostbusters
- I Am Weasel
- What's With Andy?
- Batman Beyond as Blade and Curaré
- Static Shock
- Dot Comedy
- SpongeBob SquarePants
- Clifford the Big Red Dog
- Superman: The Animated Series
- Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
- Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks
- Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?
- The Garfield Show
- Top Cat: The Movie as Trixie
Disney is married to actor/writer Ryan Paul James. They were married on October 15, 2010, in San Diego, CA.
Notes and references
- Isaacson, Andy (January 27, 2012). "Why Men Always Tell You to See Movies". New York Times. Retrieved 11 February 2014.
- Smith, C. Molly (August 9, 2013). "Lake Bell's New Movie Asks Why More Women Aren't Used to Narrate Movie Trailers". Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 11 February 2014.
- Scott, A.O. (August 8, 2013). "All Those Voices: Can You Hear Her Now?". New York Times. Retrieved 11 February 2014.
- Jacobs, Matthew (August 7, 2013). "Lake Bell Talks 'In A World,' Mastering Accents, Voice-Over Sexism And William Shatner's Uniqueness". Huffington Post. Retrieved 11 February 2014.