Tara Strong

Canadian Tara Strong is a comedienne, singer, and businesswoman but is best known as one of Hollywood's leading voices in animation. She has voiced hundreds of different characters for television series, films, commercials, and video games since her career began in 1987 on the show "My Pet Monster." She voiced characters for "The Care Bears Family," "Babar," and "Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater" series during the late 1980s and continued to further her career in the 1990s. It was also in the 1990s when Strong began acting in live-action works like "Reform School Girl" and "Party of Five," although the roles did not lead to roles as a leading actress. She continued her career as a voice actor and found extensive work on television in the late 1990s and 2000s with children animiated sereis like "101 Dalmatians: The Series," "Extreme Ghostbusters," "The New Batman Adventures," and a large voice role in "The Rugrats Movie." She voiced the baby Dylan Pickles, which highlighted Strong's unique, bubbly voice and her uncanny ability to transform her sound to fit a character of any age. As her reputation grew, she began to receive more offers to voice characters in films during the 2000s, including the Oscar-winning epic "Spirited Away," blockbuster sensation "Ice Age," and "Hoodwinked!." Some of Strong's other more recognizable characters include Bubbles on the "Powerpuff Girls," Princess Clara on the bizarre series "Drawn Together," and Timmy Turner on Nick's critically acclaimed "The Fairly OddParents."