Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Arthur Marks to John McEnery
Mona Marshall Biography ((?)-)
Married Sal Ionnotti. Addresses: Agent: Arlene Thornton and Associates, Inc., 12001 Ventura Pl., Suite 201, Studio City, CA 91604.
- Actress, voice artist
- Voices of Cotterpin Doozer and Mokey, Fraggle Rock (animated; alsoknown as Les Anime Fraggle Rock and Furagu rokku), NBC, 1987
- Voices of Katerina Anastasia and Duchess Dire, Spiral Zone (animated), syndicated, 1987
- Voice, Saban's Adventures of Oliver Twist, syndicated, 1996
- Voice of Koushiro "Izzi" Izumi, Digimon: Digital Monsters (anime;also known as Digimon 02,
Digimon 03, and Digimon: Season 3), Fox, 1999-2001
- Voices of Sheila Broslofski and Wendy Testaberger, South Park (animated; also known as South Park: The 4th Grade Years), Comedy Central,2000-
- Voices of Kayla and Marisa, Little Friends of Kelly, 2000
- Voices of Gargomon, Mega Gargomon, Rapidmon, and Terriermon, Digimon:Digital Monsters (anime; also known as Digimon 02,
Digimon 03, and Digimon: Season 3), Fox, 2001-
- Voice, The Big O (anime), Cartoon Network, 2001
- Voices of Jenny and Jenny C. (the other Jenny), Little Friends of Kelly, 2001
- Voices of Rusty the Fox and Bearbette the Bear, The Chucklewood Critters; voice, Cowboy Bebop, Cartoon Network and syndicated; voice ofMika Izumi, Digimon: The Next Generation; voice of Mickey Dugan, Eagle Riders (animated), syndicated; voice of Maria, Little Friends of Kelly; voice of Motoko Aoyama, Love Hina; voice for Jackie ChanAdventures; voices of Ascot, Caldina, Debonair, Eagle Vision, Ferio, GeoMetro, LaFarga, Lantis, Mira, Mokona, Prima, Rayearth, Selece, Windam, and Zazu Torque, Magic Knight Rayearth (anime); voice of Little Kasumi, Mayonaka no tantei Nightwalker (also known as Nightwalker: Midnight Detective); voice of Poshi, Ninja Cadets (anime); voices of Red Butler, Patty O'Green, and Canary Yellow, Rainbow Brite (animated), syndicated; voices of Soshi Okita and Suzame, Rurouni Kenshin; voice of Otaru, Saber Marionette J Again (anime); voice, Street Fighter II: V(also known as Street Fighter II: Victory); voices of Aaron, Hassan (Prince Jamal), and Luisa, Transformers (also known as Tatakae! Chorobot seimeitai TRANSFORMERS and TRANSFORMERS: 2010), syndicated;and voice of Toad, Tranzor Z.
- Voice of Penny, "Gadget in Winterland" (also known as "Winter Sports"), Inspector Gadget, syndicated, 1982
- Voice, The Littles, 1983
- Voice, G.I. Joe, syndicated, 1984
- Voice of Cosmo, Transformers (also known as Tatakae! Cho robotseimeitai TRANSFORMERS and TRANSFORMERS: 2010), syndicated, 1984
- Shirley, "The Graduate," Who's the Boss?, 1985
- Voice of cat, Rambo, syndicated, 1986
- Voice of Too-Much, Chuck Norris's Karate Kommandos (animated), syndicated, 1986
- Voice, The Centurions--Powerxtreme!, syndicated, 1986
- Voice, The Legend of Prince Valiant, The Family Channel, 1991
- Voice of Tracy Milbanks, James Bond, Jr., syndicated, 1991
- Voice of Wen, "Sympathy for the Devil," Cowboy Bebop (animated), Cartoon Network and syndicated, 1998
- Voice of Leslie Smith, "Cartman's Silly Hate Crime," South Park (animated; also known as South Park: The 4th Grade Years), Comedy Central, 2000
- Voice of Emperor Jin Wu, "The Boy Who Would Be King," The Mummy: The Animated Series, The WB, 2001
- Voice for episodes of Battle Athletes,
Centurions, and Dennis the Menace; voice of young Shayla, "Tale of Priestesses," El Hazard; voices of skinny kid and store manager, "Loss of Squid," Rocket Power; voice of Shinta Himura, Rurouni Kenshin; voice of Gabriel, "Aunt Meriam's House, and voices of checkout girl and Clarice Pendragon, "TheCase of the Missing Rugrat," both episodes of Rugrats (animated); andvoice of Linda Stotch, "Butters' Very Own Episode," voice of woman, "The Entity," voice, "Free Hat," voice of Mrs. Garthunk, "How to Eat with Your Butt,"voice of Marcy, "Probably," voice of Frances Vellman, "Simpsons Already Did It," and voice of Mayor MacDaniels, "A Very Crappy Christmas," all episodes ofSouth Park (animated; also known as South Park: The 4th Grade Years), Comedy Central.
- Voice, Rainbow Brite, syndicated, 1985
- Voices of Mindy, Red's mom, and Wendy Testaberger, The Four Horsemen of South Park (animated).
- Voice of Kat, Rambo: The Force of Freedom, 1984
- Voices of Rusty and Bluebell, A Chucklewood Easter, 1987
- Voice of Rusty, The Adventure Machine, 1990
- Voice of Miguel Lavariel, Escaflowne (anime); and voice of Ongo, Jungle De Ikou.
- Additional voices, Mighty Mouse, the New Adventures (animated), CBS, 1987
- Additional voices for Captain Planet and the Planeteers (animated;also known as The New Adventures of Captain Planet), TBS and syndicated; story editor for The Chucklewood Critters; and additional voices for Kissyfur (animated), Saber Marionette J Again (anime), Scooby and Scrappy-Doo (animated), ABC, Spiderman (animated), Teen Wolf (animated), and Transformers (animated; also known as Tatakae! Cho robot seimeitai TRANSFORMERS and TRANSFORMERS: 2010), syndicated.
- Voice of Kallie, Starchaser: The Legend of Orin (animated), Atlantic, 1985
- Voices of Canary Yellow, castle creature, Patty O'Green, Red Butler, Spectra, and witch, Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (animated), WarnerBros., 1985
- Voice of Mrs. Evans, Here Come the Littles (animated), Atlantic, 1985
- Voice of ScuttleBug, GLO Friends Save Christmas (animated), 1986
- Voice, Arabian Knight, Miramax, 1995
- Voice, The Hunchback of Notre Dame (animated), Buena Vista, 1996
- Voice of Boushin, Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play--Reflections OAV 2, Pioneer Entertainment, 1997
- Voice of Kaite, Trigun (also known as Trigun #1: The $60,000,000,000 Man), Pioneer Entertainment, 1998
- Voice of Rei Yuuki, Kasei ryodan Danasight Four-Nine (also known as DNA Sights 999.9 and Fire Force DNASight 999.9), 1998
- Voices of Charville and Nahato, El Hazard: The Alternative World,Pioneer Entertainment, 1998
- Voice of Shun, Street Fighter Zero (also known as Street Fighter Alpha), 1999
- Voice of Poco, Arc the Lad, ADV Films, 1999
- Voices of Izzi Izumi and Terriermon, Digimon: The Movie (anime; also known as Digimon: Digital Monsters and Digimon: Digital Monsters: The Movie), Fox, 2000
- Voices of Garogomon, Gummymon, and Terriermon, Digimon Tamers: The Movie, 2000
- Voice of Masota, Hand Maid May (anime), Pioneer Entertainment, 2001
- Voice, Treasure Planet (animated), Buena Vista/Walt Disney, 2002
- Voice of Spike, Kurogane Communication, 2002
- Voice of creature, Mom and Dad Save the World, Warner Bros., 1992
- Additional voice, Monsters, Inc., Buena Vista, 2001
- Also additional voices for the animated film The Thief and the Cobbler.
- Voice of Musashi, Brave Fencer Musashi (video game), Square Soft,1998
- Voice of Chuei, Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play--Suzaku DVD Box Set (anime), Pioneer Entertainment, 1999
- Also voice for a Digimon video game.
- Author of A Life Is a Celebration ... Potholes and All (solo musical).
- Songwriter for the television series The Chucklewood Critters.
Angelfire, http://www.angelfire.com, July 26, 2002