Colleen has voiced Sora Takenouchi in the 1st and 2nd seasons of Digimon, and now she has been cast as Yoshino Fujieda in the series, Digimon Data Squad (which officially happens to be her second major Digimon role).
Colleen was one of the voice actors present at the Naruto Panel at Anime Expo 2006.
Colleen is Irish-American.
Colleen is one of the voice actors interviewed in the DVD "Adventures in Voice Acting."
She attended Boulan Park Middle School in Troy, Michigan, for grade 6-8.
She provides voices for both American cartoons and Japanese anime.
She's a 1989 Graduate of Marian Catholic High School in Birmingham, Michigan.
She is the second voice actress to voice KOS-MOS in the Xenosaga video game series. Bridget Hoffman was the first voice actress to voice KOS-MOS.
She and her husband, Jason Villard, have a young son born in 2001.
She is the daughter of opera singer Peggy O'Shaughnessey, who is a member of the Michigan Opera Theatre Chorus.
She's an improved comedienne and member of the 'Social Extortion' improv group.
She grew up in Troy, Michigan, and spent summers at her family home in Ireland.
She has a sister who was a stage actress named Katie O'Shaughnessy.
She voiced Emissary Millia, redeemable traitor (human), Alanaramal Zaste, Freya Ora, Maida Tudors, Bartender, Innkeeper Female Good & Evil recording1 (Kerran), Raban, Yanari Cyellan, Nyla Diggs from the video game EverQuest III.
In the Playstation 2 game Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse, Colleen was the voice of KOS-MOS.
Colleen O'Shaughnessey: (about what does she like to do on her spare time) Two kids and working doesn't afford me a whole lot of spare time, but I love my time with them. We go to the library and the park, the zoo, Travel Town. I have been trying to make some time for myself, though, too. I am taking guitar lessons and Pilates classes and have started playing the piano again. I go dancing with the girls and I love to go to the movies with my husband.