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Sandra Marie "Sandy" Fox (born June 12, 1962) is an American voice actress who has had numerous roles in various animated cartoon and Japanese anime series, and video games.

Together with her husband, fellow voice actor and Love Planet Records co-founder, Lex Lang, they perform in a musical group called Butterfly. They are also founders and creators of "H2Om Water with Intention". Fox is a member of Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs and is founder of The Love Planet Foundation.

Fox is known for her high-pitched voice and is often cast as very young girls.

Filmography

Anime roles

Other Roles

  • As Told by Ginger - Mipsy
  • My Life as a Teenage Robot - Melody
  • Lizzie McGuire - Clover
  • The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock - Dinah

Video Game Roles

  • .hack//INFECTION - Mistral
  • .hack//MUTATION - Mistral, A-20
  • .hack//OUTBREAK - Mistral, A-20
  • .hack//QUARANTINE - Mistral, A-20
  • .hack//G.U. vol.1//Rebirth - Asta
  • Ape Escape: Pumped & Primed - Helga (uncredited)
  • Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm - Manna Martyr, Phenyl Neet
  • Brave Fencer Musashi - Princess Fillet (as Marie Danielle)
  • Cross Edge - Cece, Mimi, Vivi
  • Disgaea: Hour of Darkness - Flonne
  • Phantom Brave - Marona (uncredited)
  • Phantom Brave: We Meet Again - Marona, Carona (uncredited)
  • Radiata Stories - Row (uncredited)
  • Rumble Roses XX - Aigle, Great Khan (uncredited)
  • Silent Bomber - Slain Civilians (as Marie Danielle)
  • Star Ocean: Till the End of Time - Meena (uncredited)
  • Tales of the Abyss - Tamara, Mieu (uncredited)

Documentaries

Other appearances

  • Whammy! The All-New Press Your Luck - Herself (Episodes 14, Tournament of Champions Round 2 and Finals. She Whammied out in the final game. Her husband Lex Lang was on the show one year before, but did not win.)

Staff

  • Magic Knight Rayearth (TV) : Theme Song Performance
  • Magic Knight Rayearth 2 (TV 2) : Lyrics, Theme Song Performance (OP & ED)
  • Rurouni Kenshin (TV) : Theme Song Performance ("Freckles", English version of the song "Sobakasu" by Judy and Mary)

Resources

External links

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