Mona Marshall

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Mona Marshall
Born Mona Y. Iannotti
(1947-08-31) August 31, 1947 (age 69)
Los Angeles, California
Occupation Voice actress, teacher and singer[1]
Years active 1972–present
Agent Arlene Thornton and Associates[2]

Mona Y. Iannotti (born August 31, 1947, who goes by the stage name Mona Marshall) is an American voice actress known for her work in a number of cartoons, anime, films and video games. Her major credits include South Park, where she voices many of the female characters on the show; Fraggle Rock and CBS Storybreak. She has also appeared on-stage for television shows such as Cheers and Who's the Boss?[1]

Career[edit]

Marshall has a theatre background and trained for the stage. When she was teaching fifth grade, the mother of one of her students suggested she enroll in a voice-over class taught by Daws Butler, voice of Yogi Bear and Quick Draw McGraw.[1]

She is often cast in the roles of young male characters. Her roles have included parts in not only Japanese anime, but also in American animated TV series and several animated feature films.

Her most notable roles in American cartoons are Sheila Broflovski (1999-present, after original voice actress Mary Kay Bergman committed suicide), Wendy Testaburger and Linda Stotch on the popular television show South Park[3] as well as the title character in Doraemon and Kite, the main protagonist of the 2002 video game series .hack for PlayStation 2. Marshall voiced the talking bear Koby the Study Buddy, and she also provided the English voice for the title character in the El Chavo: The Animated Series.

Outside of voice acting, Marshall has coached others on the craft, and has worked on a singing career with solo songs she would perform on stage.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source
2003 .hack//Sign Kite [4]
2005–09 Naruto series Inari [4]
2007–11 Rozen Maiden series Jun Sakurada [4]
Love Hina Motoko Aoyama [5]
Saint Tail Kyoko [6]
2005 Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki OVA 3 Ryoko, Rea Masaki [7][8]
Rave Master Plue [9]
2014 Doraemon Doraemon Broadcast on Disney XD, based on 2005 TV series [10]

Animation[edit]

List of voice performances in animation
Year Title Role Notes Source
2000–present South Park Sheila Broflovski, others [11][12]

Films[edit]

List of voice performances in direct-to-video and television films
Year Title Role Notes Source
2003 Kids' Ten Commandments series Ephraim, Hannah, Miriam [4]
2003 The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Monster O'McDonaldland Loch Kids [4]
2003 Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card Shaoran Li [4]
2004 The Nutcracker and the Mouse King Walla [4]
2005 Digimon Adventure 02: Revenge of Diaboromon Izzy [4]
2005 Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventurers Terriermon, Gargomon, Rapidmon [4]
2005 Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie Little Girl, Mother Mouse [4]
2005 Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon Terriermon [4]
2006 Arthur's Missing Pal Rosie [4]
2016–present Digimon Adventure Tri Izzy [13]
List of voice performances in feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source
1995 The Thief and the Cobbler Nurse, Witch [4]
2000 Digimon: The Movie Izzy, Terriermon [4]
2005 Son of the Mask Baby Alvey voice-overs [4]
2008 Fly Me to the Moon Maggot #2 [4]
2013 Monsters University Additional Voices [4]
2014 The Prophet Bride's Mother, Female Guest 2, Female Villager 2 Film festival release [4]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source
1998 Brave Fencer Musashi Musasahi [4]
2002 Digimon Rumble Arena Terriermon, Megagargomon [4]
2002 Rocket Power: Beach Bandits Eric Golem Jr. [4]
2003–04 .hack games Kite Infection, Mutation, Outbreak, Quarantine [4]
2004 Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal Helga, Helen [4]
2006–07 .hack//G.U. series Azure Kite 3 games [4]
2007 Blue Dragon Shu [4]
2007 Eternal Sonata Beat, Ludwika Jedrzeiewiczowa [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d McCulloh, T.H. (October 15, 1993). "A Show of Her Own : Mona Marshall performed other people's songs for years, but finally realized she had something to say. Her solo act features all original material.". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved June 21, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Welcome to Arlene Thornton Agency". arlenethornton.com. Retrieved 16 March 2017. 
  3. ^ Matt Dennis, July 9, 2012, The Hollywood News, Mona Marshall South Park: The Complete Season 15 DVD Review, Accessed June 21, 2014, "...Starring: ... Mona Marshall..."
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z "Mona Marshall". behindthevoiceactors.com. Retrieved 16 March 2017. 
  5. ^ Love Hina, Volume 5 - Summer By The Sea. Bandai (DVD). 2002. ISBN 9781594097201. Select Extras, Credits, page to Featuring the Voices Of 
  6. ^ "I Hate Wedding Veils!". Saint Tail – Volume 2 (DVD). Episode 4. Tokyopop. Event occurs at Closing credits, English Language Cast. 
  7. ^ Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki. Season 3. Event occurs at Closing credits. 
  8. ^ "Anime Boston - FUNimation Productions". animenewsnetwork.com. Retrieved 16 March 2017. 
  9. ^ Rave Master. Event occurs at Closing credits, English language cast. 
  10. ^ "Doraemon, Giovanni's Island Dubs Premiere in L.A. on July 5". animenewsnetwork.com. Retrieved 16 March 2017. 
  11. ^ "10 Things You Might Not Know About South Park". mentalfloss.com. 14 September 2016. Retrieved 16 March 2017. 
  12. ^ Cogan, Brian (1 January 2012). "Deconstructing South Park: Critical Examinations of Animated Transgression". Lexington Books. Retrieved 16 March 2017 – via Google Books. 
  13. ^ "Digimon Adventure tri. Films' English Dub Casts Mona Marshall, Cristina Vee, Kate Higgins". animenewsnetwork.com. Retrieved 16 March 2017. 

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