Megan Hollingshead


Megan Hollingshead Trivia


  • Trivia

    • She voices Sif in the video game Romantic SaGa however she is uncredited.

    • She voices Pamela and Mary in the video game Tales of the Abyss.

    • She voices Viola in the video game Eternal Sonata

    • She voices Elizabeth Conway in the video game Time Crisis 4 however there she is credited as Karen Thompson.

    • She reprises her role as Nurse Joy and also voices Cassidy in the Pokemon Puzzle League video game.

    • She voices Rogue in the video games Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic Riders.

    • Her role as Nurse Joy in Pokemon was her first acting job in the anime industry.

    • Megan was part of the 100 voice actors who were interviewed about their careers for Adventures in Voice Acting.

    • She was once the ADR script writer on Hello Kitty: Stump Village.

    • Megan Hollingshead announces and also appears in commercials for AT&T, Wal-Mart, Nesquik, and American Plus Plum Card

    • Megan Hollingshead studied at England's British American Drama Academy, and with many private teachers.

    • Megan Hollingshead has multiple stage credits in New York, with an extensive resume, such as The Duchess of Malfi, Women Beware Women, and Vinegar Tom. She also played Claire on stage in ATF's production of David Mamet's Boston Marriage and the nurse Susie in Wit.

    • Megan Hollingshead once ran the New York City marathon.

    • Despite living in Los Angeles, Megan Hollingshead does keep an apartment in New York. She keeps it very close to her heart and will occasionally visit.

    • Megan Hollingshead has red hair and brown eyes.

    • Megan did the voice of Lenneth Valkyrie in the Enix production video game Valkyrie Profile. She recently reprised that role for the sequel Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria, and is the only voice actress from the original to return for the sequel.

    • Megan is a certified yoga instructor in her spare time.

    • Megan studied acting at the William Esper Studio and is a founding member of the Adirondack Theatre Festival.

    • Megan left 4Kids Entertainment in 2004 to move out to Los Angeles, California. During this time the last half of Pokemon season 6 was running, but she still occasionally voiced characters in the series after this. An example of this was Diane in the movie Pokemon: Jirachi Wishmaker.

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