Mona Marshall

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Mona Marshall
Born Mona M. Iannotti
(1947-08-31) August 31, 1947 (age 69)
Los Angeles, California
Other names Sally Evans, Destiny, Michelle Moran, Mikie Morgan, Miki Moran
Occupation Voice Actress
Years active 1972–present
Agent Arlene Thornton and Associates

Mona M. Iannotti (born August 31, 1947), who goes by the stage name Mona Marshall, is an American voice actress.[1]


She studied acting under the guidance of Daws Butler.

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[2] 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.





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  1. ^ 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. ^ 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..."
  3. ^ Love Hina, Volume 5 - Summer By The Sea. Bandai (DVD). 2002. ISBN 9781594097201.  - select Extras, Credits, page to "Featuring the Voices Of"
  4. ^ Rave Master. Event occurs at Closing credits, English language cast. 
  5. ^ "I Hate Wedding Veils!". Saint Tail – Volume 2 (DVD). Episode 4. Tokyopop. Event occurs at Closing credits, English Language Cast. 
  6. ^ Square Enix. Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. Scene: Closing credits, 5 minutes in, Voice Actors, Additional Voices. 

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