Animation Clinic - Mary Elizabeth McGlynn - Wednesday, August 7th | 7-10pm
Being in the presence of an industry professional does not guarantee employment, as the clinics are for educational purposes only.
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
Voice Over Director & Prolific Voice Actor
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn is a voice over director and actor of original animation and foreign dubbing.
Mary Elizabeth started as a voice director of Anime dubs with Cowboy Bebop, Digimon Tamers, Wolf’s Rain, Naruto and Naruto Shippuden and Glitter Force. She then moved on to dialogue directing for original animation and is currently voice directing She-Ra and the Princesses of Power for Dreamworks, Tangled The Series and Star Wars Resistance for Disney/Lucasfilm and Unikitty, Bunnicula and Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz for Warner Bros as well as 4 new shows that have yet to be announced. She also directed the VO on Billy Dilley’s Super Subterranean Summer and Penn Zero: Part Time Hero for Disney. She has directed the 6 Naruto Movies and received the SPJA award for best director for her work on the series. She has also voice directed many video game titles which include Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, World of Warcraft, Heroes of the Storm, Diablo 3, Afro Samurai and Silent Hill.
As an actress, Mary Elizabeth portrayed Major Motoko Kusanagi in Ghost In The Shell Innocence, Solid State Society and Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex for which she won the American Anime Award for Best Actress. She is currently playing Coach Brunt in Carmen Sandiego, Freya Fenris and 4D-MIN for Star Wars Resistance, Cetrion in Mortal Kombat 11, Dynamite Watkins in OKKO and Connie’s Mom in Steven Universe. She is also known for playing Governor Pryce in Star Wars Rebels, Valkyrie in Lego Marvel’s Avengers, Talis in StarCraft II, Johanna the Female Crusader in Diablo III and Heroes of the Storm, Naoto in Persona 4, Queen Metalia in Salor Moon Crystal, Kurenai, Mei, and Lady Kurutsu in Naruto, Nina Williams in Tekken, Alex Wesker in Resident Evil and Brooha in Glitter Force.