|Birth Day||April 2, 1953|
|Age||67 YEARS OLD|
Canadian voice actress who became known for her work in such animated television series and films as The Raccoons, The Magic School Bus, and Care Bears: Big Wish Movie.
After studying philosophy at Carleton University, she graduated from the National Theatre School of Canada.
After working as a voice actor for many years, she returned to school -- the University of Toronto -- to earn a degree in speech-language pathology.
She grew up in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and later settled in Toronto.
She and fellow Canadian voice actor Chris Wiggins both lent their voices to a 1999 animated film entitled Babar: King of the Elephants.