Sandy Fox

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Sandy Fox
Sandy Fox by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Fox in 2013.
Born Sandra Marie Fox
(1963-07-13) July 13, 1963 (age 52)
Monroeville, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Residence Studio City, California
Other names Marie Danielle[1][2]
Occupation Voice actress, singer, dancer
Years active 1991–present
Agent Abrams Artists
Home town Swissvale, Pennsylvania
Spouse(s) Lex Lang (m. 2004)

Sandra Marie "Sandy" Fox (born July 13, 1963)[3][4] is an American voice actress, singer and dancer, who has had numerous roles in various animated cartoon, anime and video games. She portrayed the live-action Betty Boop and has provided her voice for Universal Studios and King Features Syndicate for much of their promotional activities and related media and merchandise since 1991.[5] She began voice acting on various animated shows such as The Simpsons, King of the Hill and Futurama. Her first major roles in anime were as Kyoko in the Animaze dub of Akira and Lady Aska in Magic Knight Rayearth.[6] Other anime characters include Mina and Momiji in Naruto, Sumomo in Chobits, Tachikoma in Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, and Paiway in Vandread. In video game franchises, she provides the English voice of Mistral and A-20 in the .hack series, Peashy in Hyperdimension Neptunia, and Flonne in Disgaea. In cartoons, she voices Harmony in Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, T-AI in Transformers: Robots in Disguise and Mipsy Mipson in As Told By Ginger. As of 2014, she was announced as the voice of Chibiusa / Black Lady in the Viz Media dubs of Sailor Moon.[7]


Fox was born in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Swissvale. She performed in musicals in high school, and worked at Kennywood amusement park during some of the summers.[5] In the 1980s, she worked for the Walt Disney Company in Orlando where she would voice characters such as Snow White, Mickey and Minnie for some of their attractions and parades, as well as participate in their live stage shows. She was working as a hostess at a Bennigan's Irish pub when she was asked to audition with the 1920s-themed jazz band The Cocoanut Manor Orchestra as their singer. She sang with the group for 11 years, performing songs done by singers Helen Kane and Annette Henshaw, the former was an inspiration for the Betty Boop character.[5][8] In 1988, she joined the Orlando Magic's inaugural dance team,[4][9] and was part of the Magic Girls for three years.[10] She auditioned and then landed the position as the official Betty Boop for Universal Studios. In 1991, she started working full-time at their Hollywood park and on national and worldwide tours, visiting shows such as Good Morning America and The Rosie O'Donnell Show. In 1998, she voiced Betty Boop for "The Toon Lagoon Betty Boop" attraction at Universal Studios' Islands of Adventure in Orlando.[8] In 2012, she joined a Lancome promotion in Paris as the voice of Betty Boop in their commercials.[5][8]

Fox was inspired to go into voice acting after having taken a voice-over workshop in 1990 with Sue Blu, a Los Angeles-based animation director and producer. After moving to Los Angeles for the Betty Boop gig, she voiced supporting and background characters for The Simpsons, mostly with kids voices and loop groups, which she did for three years. She also voiced characters for the related productions Futurama and King of the Hill.[5][9][11] One of her first anime roles was Sakura in Ninja Cadets.[12] She voiced Lady Aska, a major character in the second season of Magic Knight Rayearth, a series in which she also rewrote lyrics and sang the theme songs.[2][13][14] She voiced Kyoko in the Pioneer/Animaze dub of Akira. She voiced supporting character T-AI in a 2001 version of Transformers: Robots in Disguise. She voiced Paiway, the ship's nurse in Vandread. In 2003, she voiced the title characters in Omishi Magical Theater Risky Safety and Ground Defense Force! Mao-chan, as well as Sumomo in Bang Zoom's dub of Chobits. In his review of Mao-chan, Ryan Mathews of Anime News Network wrote that "Bang Zoom picked the perfect actress to play the lead role. [Fox], the owner of perhaps the cutest "little girl" voice in anime dub acting, is her usual adorable self as M.A.O."[15] In 2004, she voiced Maya in Burn-Up Scramble and Tachikoma in the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex series. For 2005–06, she would get involved in the Naruto series as Momiji and Mina an the Di Gi Charat series as Piyoko. In 2007, she and Lex Lang hosted a Voice Actor Boot Camp at Bang Zoom! Entertainment to help up and coming voice actors get into the business.[2] In 2014, when Viz Media announced they were redubbing Sailor Moon and dubbing its new Sailor Moon Crystal series, Fox was chosen to voice Chibiusa, also known as Chibi Sailor Moon and Black Lady.

In video games, she voiced Mistral and A-20 in the .hack video game series, Flonne in various incarnations of Disgaea and Marona in Phantom Brave. she voiced Peashy in the Hyperdimension Neptunia series.

Personal life and other ventures[edit]

Fox is married to fellow voice actor Lex Lang. They live in Studio City, California.[16] In 1998 they co-founded the Love Planet Foundation, a non-profit organization which creates educational materials for children on the importance of recycling, world water awareness, and the preservation of the planet.[17] They also created Love Planet Productions, which includes several multimedia projects such as anime presentation shows, toddler shows and products, and Zen programming.[18] In 2006, they founded a bottled spring water business called H2Om Water with Intention, which has received recognition as a sponsor at several events including Sting's Rainforest Foundation Carnegie Hall Concert and the Elevate Film Festival.[5][19][20] Fox and Lang are Deepak Chopra meditation instructors.[21]



List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[22]
1998 Battle Athletes series Various characters OAV
1999 Fist of the North Star Lynn [23]
1999 Serial Experiments Lain Myu-Myu [23]
1999 Fushigi Yûgi Chiriko
2000 Ninja Cadets Sakura OAV, first major role [23]
2000 Flint the Time Detective Talen the Pink Squirrel [23]
2000 Gestalt Suzu the Dark Elf OAV [23]
2000 Magic Knight Rayearth series Lady Aska, Hikari, Hikaru's Friend A Also theme songs [2][6][23]
2000 Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure Kazuko Yotsuga [23]
2001 Nightwalker Guni [23]
2001 Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team Child, Sweeter Twin OAV [23]
2001 Cowboy Bebop Bowhead, Orphan, Pinky [23]
2001 Hand Maid May Miyuki Zin [23]
2001 Vampire Princess Miyu Daughter, Kayo TV series, Eps. 4,7 [23]
2001 Saint Tail Miki, Yoko, Girl [23]
2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise T-AI [23]
2002 Vandread series Celtic Midori, Paiway Underberg [23]
2002 Love Hina Moé [23]
2002 Shinzo Este
2002 eX-Driver Girl A, Student OAV [23]
2002 Hello Kitty's Paradise Lacey the Raccoon, Jodie
2003 .hack//SIGN A-20, Mistral [1]
2003 Argento Soma Harriet "Hattie" Bartholomew [23]
2003 Ai Yori Aoshi Akiko, Chararin, Utsume, others [23]
2003 Chobits Sumomo Also OAV, specials [23]
2003 Rurouni Kenshin Theme song performance: "Freckles" [2]
2003 Please Teacher! Maho Kazami, Marie OAV and TV series [23]
2003 Geneshaft Tiki Musicanova [2][23]
2003 Omishi Magical Theater Risky Safety Risky [23]
2003 Android Kikaider: The Animation Additional Voices [23]
2003 Love Hina Again Kuro, Moe, Student OAV [23]
2003 Heat Guy J Monica Gabriel, others [23]
2003 Mao-chan Mao Onigawara [15][23]
2004 .hack//Legend of the Twilight Mireille [23]
2004 Rave Master Reina (young)
2004 Angel Tales Kurumi the Hamster [23][24]
2004 Burn Up Scramble! Maya Jinguu
2004 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Tachikoma Also 2nd GIG, Tachikomatic Days shorts [23]
2004 Please Twins! Marie OAV and TV series [23]
2005 Hanaukyo Maid Team: La Verite Cynthia Landlavizar / Grace [23]
2005 Saiyuki Reload Seika, Shion, Sibling's mother Eps. 1,13 [23]
2005 Ultra Maniac Luna [23]
2005 Scrapped Princess Cin [23]
2005 Kyo Kara Maoh! Yuri (Young)
2005 Di Gi Charat Pyocola
2005 Naruto Momiji, Mina [7]
2005 Mars Daybreak Shie [23]
2005 .hack//Unison Mistral OAV
2005 Leave it to Piyoko! Pyocola Analogue III / Piyoko [23]
2006 Haré+Guu Marie Also Deluxe [23]
2006 Immortal Grand Prix Amy microseries [23]
2006 Destiny of the Shrine Maiden Nekoko [23]
2006 Karas Amefuriko OAV [23]
2006 Saiyuki Reload Gunlock Kid, Daughter Eps. 10,13,14 [23]
2006 Green Green Sanae Minami [23]
2006 Disgaea Flonne [23][25]
2007 MÄR Loco
2008 Bleach Ritz
2009 Naruto Shippūden Naho Ep. 196
2011 Durarara!! Haruna Niekawa
2015 Sailor Moon Chibiusa Viz Media dub [26]
2015 Aldnoah.Zero Eddelrittuo [27]
2016 Sailor Moon Crystal Chibiusa Viz Media dub [26]


List of voice performances in direct-to-video films and specials
Year Title Role Notes Source[11][22]
1998 The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock Dinah [1]
2000 Catnapped! Meeko Animaze dub [23]
2001 Akira Kyoko Animaze dub [6][23]
2004 Mobile Suit Gundam F91 Kochun Hein, Leah Mariba Bandai/Bang Zoom dub [23]
2009 Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence Togusa's Daughter Animaze dub
TBD Sailor Moon R: The Movie Chibiusa Viz Media dub
TBD Sailor Moon S: The Movie Chibiusa Viz Media dub
TBD Sailor Moon Super S: The Movie Chibiusa Viz Media dub
List of voice performances in feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source[11][22]
2012 Wreck-It Ralph Additional Voices
2014 Maleficent Faeries and creatures


List of voice performances in animation
Year Title Role Notes Source[11]
1991–94 The Simpsons Various characters [5][9]
1995 Klutter! Sandee Heap
1998 Toonsylvania Darla Dolly [28]
1998 Mad Jack the Pirate Magic Pink Fairy, others [29]
2000 As Told By Ginger Mipsy Mipson [1]
2004 Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Harmony
My Life as a Teenage Robot Melody
Jay Jay the Jet Plane Tracy, Tuffy, and Snuffy
LeapFrog learning series Lily, Penny Some early titles as Marie Danielle [30]
Futurama Various characters
King of the Hill Various characters

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[11]
1998 Brave Fencer Musashi Princess Fillet As Marie Danielle [1][2]
2003 .hack//INFECTION Mistral [1]
2003 .hack//MUTATION Mistral, A-20 [1]
2003 Disgaea: Hour of Darkness Flonne [23][31]
2003 Phantom Brave Marona [32]
2003 .hack//OUTBREAK Mistral, A-20 [1]
2004 .hack//QUARANTINE Mistral, A-20 [1]
2005 Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome [13]
2006 Rumble Roses XX Aigle, Great Khan [23]
2006 Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny [13]
2006 Tales of the Abyss [13]
2006 .hack//G.U. vol.1//Rebirth Asta [1]
2007 Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm [13]
2010 Disgaea Infinite Flonne [33]
2011 Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten Flonne
2012 Rise of the Dragonian Era [13]
2013 Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures Cyli [6][34]
2013 Hyperdimension Neptunia series Peashy (Yellow Heart) Starting with Victory, then Re;birth1 and Re;Birth2 [6]

Other appearances[edit]

List of appearances on television and film
Year Title Role Notes Source[11]
2002 Whammy! The All-New Press Your Luck Contestant Finalist in the Whammy:Press Your Luck Tournament of Champions [3][35]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Behind The Voice Actors - Sandy Fox". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved September 23, 2015. Check mark indicates role has been confirmed using screenshots of closing credits and other reliable sources 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "Voice Actor Boot Camp" (Press release). Bang Zoom! Entertainment. August 18, 2006. Retrieved September 24, 2015 – via Anime News Network. 
  3. ^ a b "About Sandy Fox". Retrieved September 23, 2015. 
  4. ^ a b "17 Dancers Will Star In Magic Show". Orlando Sentinel. October 19, 1988. Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g Regina, Steven. "Sandy Fox/Lex Lang". The Swerve Magazine. Retrieved September 23, 2015. 
  6. ^ a b c d e DesignFluxx, LLC. "Welcoming voice actresses, Sandy Fox and Cristina Vee, to AX 2015~! - Anime Expo®". Anime Expo®. Retrieved September 23, 2015. 
  7. ^ a b "Voice Actors Sandy Fox, Lex Lang to Participate in Otakon 2015". Anime News Network. May 28, 2015. Retrieved September 23, 2015. 
  8. ^ a b c "Betty Boop Comes to Life in a New Film for Lancôme Paris" (Press release). Lancome. PRWeb. August 24, 2012. Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  9. ^ a b c Dawson, Greg (September 9, 1991). "Anchors, The Big Time And Chatfests All Over". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved September 23, 2015. 
  10. ^ "Sandy Fox". The Fruit Cake Follies. Retrieved September 23, 2015. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f "Entertainment". Retrieved September 23, 2015. 
  12. ^ Campbell, Joanna (August 4, 2015). "Otakon Interview: Sandy Fox, Voice Of Betty Boop, Olive Oil, Hello Kitty & More". Mix 106.5. CBS Radio. Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  13. ^ a b c d e f "Phoenix Comicon - Sandy Fox". Phoenix Comicon. Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  14. ^ Loveridge, Lynzee (May 4, 2013). "8 Horrible Anime Dub Opening Songs - The List - Anime News Network". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  15. ^ a b Mathews, Ryan (2004-03-02). "Mao-chan, Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi - The Dub Track - Anime News Network". Anime News Network. Retrieved November 3, 2015. 
  16. ^ Fox, Sandy. "Patch Profile Page For Sandy Fox". Studio City, Patch. Patch Media. Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  17. ^ "The Love Planet Foundation". Retrieved November 3, 2015. 
  18. ^ "Projects". Retrieved November 3, 2015. 
  19. ^ "H2Om Joins Film Festival to 'Elevate' Consciousness in Hollywood" (Press release). Elevate Film Festival and H20m. July 22, 2006. Retrieved September 24, 2015 – via 
  20. ^ "Gear awards – Waters(Flavored/Enhanced) Winners". Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  21. ^ "Meditation". Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  22. ^ a b c "Anime". (Sandy Fox's official website). Retrieved September 23, 2015. 
  23. ^ 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 aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw "Sandy Fox". Crystal Acids. Retrieved September 23, 2015. 
  24. ^ Terrace 2008, p. 45
  25. ^ Browning & Picart 2010, p. 117
  26. ^ a b "Sailor Moon R English Dub Casts Sandy Fox as Chibi Usa, Veronica Taylor as Sailor Pluto". Anime News Network. April 3, 2015. Retrieved April 4, 2015. 
  27. ^ "Aniplex USA to Release 1st Aldnoah.Zero Season 1 On BD/DVD with Dub, Sub". Anime News Network. June 6, 2015. 
  28. ^ Terrace 2008, p. 1096
  29. ^ Terrace 2008, p. 637
  30. ^ "Leap Frog Scout & Friends: Phonics Farm". British Board of Film Classification. Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  31. ^ Browning & Picart 2010, p. 230
  32. ^ Browning & Picart 2010, p. 228
  33. ^ "Sandy Fox joins Ireland Comic Con’s voice actor line-up". MCM ComicCon. July 17, 2015. Retrieved September 24, 2015. 
  34. ^ Monkey Bar Games. Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures. Bandai Namco Entertainment. Scene: Closing credits, 0:58 in, English Voice Talent. 
  35. ^ Chance 2011b, p. 455

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Preceded by
Stephanie Beard
Voice of Chibiusa
Succeeded by