Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Jim Carter to Tom Clark
Juliet Cesario Biography ((?)-)
Born July 14; married Scott Simpson (a voice artist).
- Voice artist, actress
- Appeared as Hannah, Arcadia, Cosmic Productions; as Le Beau, AsYou Like It, and as a soothsayer, Julius Caesar, both Cape Fear Shakespeare Company; as Portia, The Author's Voice, Alice's Fourth Floor Theatre, New York City; as Eva, Family Values, Village Gate Theatre,New York City; as Katherine and boy, Henry V, Echota Arts Festival; as Brooke and Vicki, Noises Off, as Maire, Translations, and asSybil, Private Lives, all Opera House Theatre Company; as Lisa Harold,Once in Olympia, Harold Clurman Theatre, New York City; as Avril, Peepers, Raincoat Man Productions; and as Marcia and Monica, Shelf Life, B.U.M.P. Productions.
- Voice of Takako, "The Beginning of the End," Ashian (animated; also known as Earthian), Media Blasters, 1989
- Voice of Belldandy (English version), Ah! Megamisama! (animated; also known as Ah! My Goddess! and Oh! My Goddess), AnimEigo, 1993
- Voice of Rane (some sources cite spelling of name as Ren), Yosei HimeRen (animated; also known as Elf Princess Rane and Fairy Princess Rane), [Japan], 1995
- Voice of Mutio, Ao no roku go (animated short film; also known asBlue Submarine No. 6), Bandai Entertainment, 1998
- Voice of Iris Cara/Ilia, "The Ripper," A.D. Police (animated), AnimEigo, 1999 also broadcast as a television series, c. 1999
- Other roles include the in Billy Jo in Cannibal Vampire Schoolgirls, Squarecat Productions; the voice of Alfin in Crusher Joe, AnimEigo;the voice of Rouge in Legend of the Last Labyrinth (also known as Princess Rouge); Ms. Kasahara in Shinesman, Media Blasters; the voice of Sarah in Virtua Fighters; the voice of Shiori in Voogie's Angels; and roles in Bubble Gum Crash, AnimEigo; Dare to Love,
Quid Pro Quo, and Special Duty Combat Unit.
- Voice of Iris Cara/Ilia, "The Ripper," A.D. Police (animated), c.1999
- Linda (an emergency room nurse), Bruno (also known as Dress Code), Starz!, c. 2000
- Appeared as Christine Emory, American Gothic, CBS; as a legal assistant, Dawson's Creek, The WB; in Days of Our Lives, NBC; and in Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), syndicated.
Writings for the Stage
- Author (with others) of Shelf Life, B.U.M.P. Productions.
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