Meredith Mauldin

Meredith Mauldin


8/11/1980, Ft. Worth, Texas

Birth Name

Meredith McCoy



Also Known As

Meredith McCoy Mauldin, Meredith Thompson, Meredith McCoy
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As the daughter of a longtime Texas radio station owner/DJ, Meredith has been singing and acting professionally since she was 17. Her main acting roles have included the Farrelly Brothers film The Ringer, NBC's Saving Jessica Lynch, the feature movie Graduation Day, and even a video by country…more


Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • Meredith sings the English version of Believe which is the second opening theme song in the One Piece anime.

    • Meredith is one of the cover models for the ColourBasis makeup line.

    • In January 2008, Meredith released her first solo album, titled Releasing Angels.

    • Since 2001, Meredith has worked extensively with Radio Shack in the development of many of their training videos. Meredith has also done video segments advertising for other electronics stores such as Electronics Boutique.

    • Meredith Mauldin's profile according to her talent agency.
      Height: 5'7" Weight: 122 Hair: Blonde Eyes: Blue

    • Meredith and Laura
      Before participating in Dragonball Z, Meredith McCoy and Laura Bailey have both acted with the Quad C Theatre in the production of subUrbia. They have also toured with the music group Vince Vance and the Valiants, and have the same talent agent.

    • Meredith provides the voices of Launch and Android 18 in the Dragonball Z: Budokai console game series, which has at least three titles so far.

    • According to her Quad C Theatre profile, Meredith has moved to Los Angeles, CA and has been auditioning for some A-list agencies. As a result, she is no longer touring as the lead singer of Corner Pocket, which have just released their new CD On Cue.

    • Meredith appeared on a billboard at Times Square, advertising for OneWorld.

    • Meredith is a member of the Quad C Theatre Hall of Fame. Quad C stands for Collin County Community College, which is located in Plano, Texas.

    • Meredith has two Yorkies (Yorkshire Terriers) named Barklee and Zoe.

    • Meredith's first anime voiceover work was with Funimation in 2000. She played Android 18 in the series Dragonball Z.

    • Meredith hosted an informercial for the product Panacea.

    • Meredith has done national commercials for AT&T, 7-Eleven, and Chevy.

    • Meredith is the daughter of Jaan McCoy, a co-owner and morning host of the big band genre radio station KAAM, in Plano, Texas.

    • Meredith was a singer in the band Vince Vance and the Valiants. She was originally recruited by voice actress Stephanie Nadolny, who played Kid Goku and Gohan in Dragon Ball series.

    • Meredith has been the lead singer of the Cary Richards Orchestra since 1998 and performs with the band while juggling her other music and TV/film projects. She started singing with the group while still in high school.

    • On her resume, Meredith mentions she "can throw a football better than most guys!"

    • Meredith enjoys ballroom and swing dancing.

    • Meredith has had eight years of dance training which includes hip-hop, jazz, and ballet.

    • In February and March of 2006, Meredith performed with Corner Pocket at various locales including the Texas Motor Speedway. Her band also does private balls and weddings.

    • Meredith McCoy sings the English versioned theme songs for the anime Fruits Basket.

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