Jessie voiced Jaiko in the 2005 Doraemon series, which is a Japanese manga series.
Jessie was afraid of heights as a child.
Jessie is trained in ballet. She was part of a ballet recital in the summer of 2007.
Jessie's first film debut was a voice in Kronk's New Groove as Chaca. Later on, Jessie starred in films such as Meet the Robinsons, Over the Hedge, Finding Nemo, Spider Man 2, Son of the Mask, Brother Bear 2, Curious George, and Bad News Bears. She has also played additional voices in The Ant Bully.
Jessie's mom was the one who decided that Jessie should go into acting.
Jessie is on the honor roll at her school.
Jessie is 5 feet and 2 inches tall.
She has a pet turtle.
When Jessie was 7 years old, she started to audition for voice roles, which has turned out to have been very successful and exciting.
At the age of 5, Jessie already said that she wanted to be in a TV commercial.
Jessie has light brown hair and blue eyes.
At the end of the 2006 movie Rocky Balboa, the credits state that a person named Jessie Flower was one of the many people who were celebrating where Rocky always ran to.
As of August 18, 2006, Jessie is the exact same age as Toph Bei Fong, the blind bandit, but powerful Earthbender on Avatar the Last Airbender.
Jessie loves to hear from all of her fans and doesn't mind answering all of her fan mail.
On Jessie Flower's resume, her special skills include: Singing, Bike riding, Swimming/Diving, Horseback riding, Scooter riding, Running, Climbing and Drawing.
Jessie has received Horseback Riding Training at TES LA Equestrian Center.
Jessie has received Dance Training from Tara Thompson.
Jessie has received Vocal Training from Christy Cook.
Jessie has received commercial acting training from Kevin McDermott.
Jessie has received TV/film acting training from Marnie Cooper.
Jessie played a supporting character in a live stage performance of Oliver at the Children's Theatre Experience.
Jessie played the role of Annie in a live stage performance of Annie at the Children's Theatre Experience.
Jessie played the role of Tootie in a live stage performance of Meet Me In St. Louis at the Glendale Centre Theatre.
Jessie moved from Indiana to Los Angeles, California in 1997 when she was four years old.
Jessie has done quite a bit of work for Disney.
One of Jessie's specialties is ADR (Audio Digital Recording).
To Jessie's credits, she adds print work, television guest star roles, student films, and live stage performances.
Jessie has a very large collection of stuffed animals.
Jessie's voice over career started with a radio spot, but quickly grew to include movies and television.
Jessie occasionally enjoys trips back to Indiana to visit her grandparents.
When Jessie isn't in the studio, she likes to read, draw, and spend time with her friends.
Although she loves the arts, Jessie aspires to be a heart surgeon when she grows up, and have her own hit radio show.
Jessie has a great singing voice, and would some day like to record her own album.
Jessie has been in several commercials including a Barbie commercial and a Mitsubishi commercial that actually filmed in Japan.
One of her favorite roles so far is Chaca in the animated feature, Kronk's New Groove. This was the first movie her voice was featured in.
Jessie Flower: (choosing what other Avatar character she would want to voice) Sokka, because he is the joker of the show. I'd love to say his lines, and when he says them, no matter what they are, it always makes me crack up.
Katara too, because she is a graceful Waterbender, she always makes good decisions and she has good common sense, and......... "her hair is sooo manageable!" (laughing) But...I really enjoy being Toph the most, because I am a person who can know where her surroundings are even though she is blind. She has a great personality, and she is completely cool!
Jessie Flower: (about her favorite scene to voice) I like arguing with Katara scenes, because I always get to raise my voice and sometimes call her names. As for instance, "Sugar Queen."
Jessie Flower: (on how she interprets her character on Avatar: The Last Airbender, Toph) They give me a lot of freedom. They let me try all different ways all the time, and if I don't hit something they like, then they direct me.
Jessie Flower: (any challenges voicing a blind character) Since it is an animated show, it's not really a challenge because she's is such a great Earthbender she can see with her feet.
Jessie Flower: (if I was Toph, what would I change) I would make Toph's hair brown instead of black, her dress would be dark brown and her apron would be neon green, and she would keep her hair in a ponytail instead of a bun. Also, I think Earthbending should include trees, flowers and other plants.
Jessie Flower: (talking about how her character Toph has evolved during the series) Well, she has become the Earthbender that she has always wanted to be. She is no longer stuck at her parent's house, and she has the freedom to do whatever she wants, and she gets to teach Aang how to Earthbend.
Jessie Flower: (talking about getting casted as Toph) It was really fun. I got to meet all the people who played the characters, that was really cool!