Sharon Mann

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Sharon Mann (also credited as Sharon Mann-Vallet) is an American voice, theater[1] and television actress from the San Francisco Bay Area. She has been living in Paris, France since the 1990s. She attended the National Theatre Conservatory and holds a Master of Fine Arts in Acting.

Mann appeared at Live Oak Theatre playing Cherry in the original production of Roan Brown and Cherry written and directed by Pulitzer-prize winner Charles Gordone. She also appeared on the Hartford Stage in the Ensemble of Mark Lamos' award-winning production of Peer Gynt starring Richard Thomas.

Mann narrated the award-winning ZED documentaries Himalaya: Land of Women, Tracking the White Reindeer and the blue-chip nature series Wildwives of Savannah Lane.

Mann has dubbed into English for French actresses Marion Cotillard (The Last Flight ) and Diane Kruger (Forces spéciales) as well as comedic actresses Isabelle Nanty in Amelie, and Michèle Laroque in The Closet. She also dubbed into French, Absolutely Fabulous’ Jennifer Saunders in Entente Cordiale.

As a voice actress, Mann is best known for voicing Jeremy Belpois and Aelita Schaeffer in the cartoon series Code Lyoko. Her other voice work includes several video games such as Dark Earth (1997), Syberia (2002), Egyptian Prophecy: Fate of Ramses (2004), Indigo Prophecy (2005), and the PC game Runaway 3: A Twist of Fate.

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