She was Maynard in The Jackie Chan Adventures, on Enter the Viper episode.
Maile's name is pronounced Miley
Maile Flanagan has been acting since 1987.
Maile Flanagan was a comedian at one point in her life.
One time as a joke, Maile made her director, Mary Elizabeth do the Sexy Jutsu voice. The real woman who voices Naruto's Sexy Jutsu form is Stephanie Sheh.
Maile Flanagan finds it a strain to her voice when she records Naruto's voice for the video games.
Maile describes herself as sarcastic. She also doesn't take herself seriously.
When Maile lived in Bangkok she spoke Thai. Later, when she moved all over the world, she picked up German, a little Spanish and she even took up French as a child.
When Maile signed up for the voice of Naruto, she had no idea what the show was about. Soon after, she dug up some research on the Internet.
Maile Flanagan describes herself as her character, Naruto, when she was a child as being energetic, devious, vulnerable, obnoxious, and loud.
Maile Flanagan has been doing voiceovers since 1996.
Maile Flanagan has three different agents who represent her separately for voice-overs, commercials and theatrical roles.
Maile Flanagan's father worked as a spy for the military.
Maile has voiced many characters such as a 90-year-old witch, a teenage Pakistani boy, a toddler, an old Russian woman, and an alien.
Maile admits that when voicing Naruto, she can't do burps, (for a Ramen eating scene) so she has Mary Elizabeth (her director) do it for her.
Maile places her Emmy statuette in her dining room since she has no mantle for it.
While Maile lived in Minneapolis she mounted a one-woman stage production of The Sound of Music. Her performance was only 50 minutes compared the original 3 hour film.
Maile describes her voice as gruff and gravelly.
Maile Flanagan is lesbian. She lives with her partner Lesa Hammett.
When Maile Flanagan voices Naruto, her favorite line to say is "Shadow Clone Jutsu!"
Maile Flanagan was nominated, at the first ever American Anime Awards, for Best Voice Actress for her work in Naruto. These awards were hosted in New York on Feb. 24, 2007.
In 2005 Maile Flanagan was nominated for an Annie Award for Voice Acting in an Animated Television Program at the 32nd Annual Annie Awards.
Maile Flanagens real first name is often un-credited. Maile is actually her middle name. Maile is a Hawaiian word for laurel green.
Maile Flanagen has been acting for certain commercials running for: Dell, Castrol, Bahamas Board of Tourism, and Washington Lottery.
Maile Flanagan is in the 2007 movie The Number 23, as Agatha's friend.
Maile is in the 2007 movie Evan Almighty.
Maile Flanagan was the Coordinating Field Producer of the Documentary Series Sports Wives.
She's expected to be "Goosey Loosey" in the upcoming Chicken Little series.
Her first credited role was in Overnight Delivery.
In 2006, Maile Flanagan won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program playing Young Piggley Winks on Jakers! The Adventure of Piggley Winks.
She was Lana in Phone Booth.
She voices in the movie Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring
She appears in episode 4:1 of Mad TV
Maile: Well, that I'm a woman of course, and that I'm not as quick to display my emotions on my sleeve as Naruto is.
Maile: (asked about the recoding sessions ) We're cracking up. But our sessions should not be repeated in front of children. It's completely filthy!
Maile: I love playing repressed homophobic characters.
Maile: I went to school with people from all around the world, that probably helps me with doing accents.