Hello Kitty’s Furry Tale Theater: Hello Kitty
Tara was only 13 years old when she voiced Hello Kitty in 1987.
Beetlejuice: Claire Brewster
Those of us that remember watching Beetlejuice on Saturday mornings might be surprised to hear that snotty Claire Brewster was voiced by Tara Strong.
Super Mario Bros.: Hip Koopa, Hop Koopa
The character usually known as Iggy Koopa was renamed Hop Koopa, and given a fraternal twin named Hip in two Super Mario cartoons produced by DIC Entertainment in the late 80s and early 90s.
The Powerpuff Girls: Bubbles
One third of the sugar and spice-derived, crime fighting, mutant trio, Bubbles’ voice is as distinctive as it is adorable.
The Fairly OddParents: Timmy Turner
Tara voiced the part of bucktoothed wish kid Timmy Turner.
Rugrats: Dil Pickles
Tara has voiced Dil pickles as both the three month old in Rugrats and the nine year old in All Grown Up!
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: Twilight Sparkle
Recently, Tara is playing the part of pony Twilight Sparkle in the MLP reboot Friendship Is Magic.
Batman: Gotham Knight: Batgirl
The six part 2008 anthology Batman: Gotham Knight features Strong as Batgirl, crime-fighting alter ego of Commissioner Gordon’s daughter Barbara.
Final Fantasy X: Rikku
Rikku, a player character from both Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 is fluent in both English and Al Bhed.
Drawn Together: Toot Braunstein and Princess Clara
Spoofs of Betty Boop and a generic Disney princess respectively, Tara’s work on Comedy Central’s subversive Drawn Together is made more hilarious after learning more about her past.
Tara has also provided additional voices for minor and recurring characters in Family Guy, The Boondocks, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, Ben 10, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Kim Possible, Camp Lazlo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Codename: Kids Next Door, Celebrity Deathmatch, Teen Titans, and literally hundreds more cartoons and video games. For a more detailed look at Tara’s impressive career, check out her pages on IMDB, and Wikipedia.
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