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Kath Soucie is a very prolific Los Angeles-based voice actress, with over 25 years in the business (and counting!). She began her career in New York as a theatrical actress, followed by featured roles in episodic television and movies of the week, out of Los Angeles.

Endowed with a natural talent for voices and characterizations, she has become one of the top voiceover actors working today. Her professionalism and versatility have created a steady demand for her talents.

An underrated role she played was Princess Sally Acorn in the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series. She also voiced Sally's handheld computer, Nicole, which led to a lot of Talking to Herself.

Following the enormous success of Paramount's animated feature film Rugrats: The Movie, she then started recording her roles of Phil, Lil and Betty in the theatrical sequel, Rugrats in Paris.

One of her many conquests was crafting the voice for the highly coveted role of Lola Bunny, the animated character specially created for the Warner Bros live-action feature film Space Jam.

Some of her other animated feature film work includes the role of Annabel in Ralph Edward's Annabels Wish, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars, Third Stone From The Sun and The Little Engine That Could.

No stranger to primetime, Kath has voiced three regular characters for the Warner Bros primetime series Baby Blues and the lead voice of Andy in Carsey-Werner's eagerly awaited God, the Devil and Bob.

Among her other roles: Mike Young Productions' Clifford the Big Red Dog, Kino Films' Mike Lu and Og, Stardust Entertainment's Stevie Stardust, Ubisoft's Rayman and Insomniac Games' Ratchet and Clank Going Commando.

She can also be heard as a series regular on Cartoon Network's Dexters Laboratory; Disney's The Weekenders, One Hundred and One Dalmatians: The Series, Pepper Ann, Recess, Jungle Cubs, Quack Pack and Gargoyles; Nickelodeon's Emmy Award-winning Rugrats and Hey Arnold; DreamWorks' Invasion America and Toonsylvania; Universal's Casper, Earthworm Jim and The Savage Dragon; HBO's late-night animated Spawn; Warner International's Sinbad, Porchlight Entertainment's Adventures from the Book of Virtues, The Spectacular Spider-Man, and Cubert Farnsworth in Futurama.

Her vocals can also be heard on such Emmy Award-winning classics as Captain Planet, Tiny Toon Adventures and The Critic.

She is credited with many award-winning commercials and can be heard on campaigns for Greyhound, AirTouch Cellular, Eckerd Drugs, PetCo and Southwestern Bell.

She's quite talented with accents, as evidenced in The Replacements and Dial M For Monkey (British), Tiny Toon Adventures (French), and Captain Planet (Russian). Due to this she's responsible for many an accent fetish.

More recently, she's been heard as the villainous Nerissa in the second season of WITCH, Maddie Fenton in Danny Phantom, Aerie in Baldur's Gate 2, Agent K in The Replacements, and the female Smuggler in Star Wars: The Old Republic.

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