Tara attended the 2011 Spike TV video game awards as she was nominated for her performance as Harley Quinn in Batman: Arkham City. But the category she was up for was never announced and she soon found out that her award, along with many other awards, were given out during a small pre-show earlier on and she was never told about it. Tara was so mad at this that she went on a huge angry rant about it on her Twitter account while the show was going on.
Her family's favourite roles Tara has ever played are TRUFFLES on Chowder.
Her favourite role is Melody in The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea
Tara is a natural brunette. She dyed her hair blonde.
Tara Strong appeared on TLC's Take Home Chef as one of the beleagured housewives for which Chef Curtis prepares dinner.
Apparently Tara Strong is interested in Kabbalah, as she was spotted wearing a symbol of it.
Besides doing voiceovers in many cartoons, Tara has done voiceovers in movies as well.
Took over the voice of Timmy Turner on The Fairly Oddparents after the original voice actress died.
She is married to Craig Strong
Tara Strong and voice acting buddy, Cree Summer have been friends since they were 13-15 years old.
Took the role of Batgirl from Mary Kay Bergman after she died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
Started acting in 1987
She sung lay down your arms in march of the living dinner
Tara is not the singing voice of Ember on Danny Phantom.
Tara has one sister, Marla Charendoff.
Tara stands at 5' 2½".
She provides the voice of Hazel in the Disney movie Tarzan and Jane.
She provides the voice of Lena DuPrais in the animated movie Scooby Doo On Zombie Island.
She provides the voice of Mar in the videogame Orphen: Scion of Sorcery.
She provided the voice of Lucy in the video game Whacked.
She was the voice of Nibbles in the movie Tom & Jerry: The Magic Ring.
She reprises her role as Batgirl in the movie, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker.
She provided the voice of Barbara Gordon once again in Batman: Mystery of Batwoman.
She was the voice of Batgirl in the video game Batman: Vengeance.
She was the voice of Melody in the disney movie, The Little Mermaid 2.
She reprised her role as Bubbles in the Power Puff Girls Movie.
She was the voice of Sakura Mizrahi in the video game Xenosaga II.
She was the voice of Kaede Smith in the video game Killer7.
Was the voice of Blink in the hit video game X-Men Legends 2.
She was the voice of Vicky Vale in The Batman vs. Dracula movie.
She was the voice of Seem The Monk in the video game Jak 3.
Tara Strong has taken Tom Kenny's place as the person to voice the most cartoons.
Tara Charendoff, is her maiden name.
Tara Strong voiced Batgirl in the web cartoon: Gotham Girls.
She sang the song "Remember" for Danny Phantom in the episode, "Fanning the Flames".
Tara Strong voiced Rachael from the game Ninja Gaiden.
Tara Strong voiced Batgirl/Barbara Gordon in Batman: Gotham Knights, the sequel to Batman: The Animated Series.
Tara Strong voiced the characters of Presea and Corrine in the Nintendo GameCube game, Tales of Symphonia.
She sang as Meg in the Family Guy episode "Don't Make Me Over".
Tara has two children, Sammy James Strong and
Aden Joshua Strong
Tara's birthday is on February 12.
Shes a three time Annie award nomminee.
She did the voice of Timmy Turner and Bubbles on the TRL animation special.
Tara Strong: My son is old enough to respond to my work. To me, that's what it is all about.
Tara Strong: Many people think voice over artists just read, there's much more to it. Without acting beats, scene study and improving skills, you won't make it.
Tara Strong: I love the craziness. Scheduling time can be challenging. Craig who also acts as my manager is a wonderful help ... some more sleep would be nice!
Tara Strong: I love playing Kluke; She's cute and strong and different.
Tara Strong: Whenever you do an animated project or a voice-over project it's inevitable that part of your personality comes into play.
Tara Strong: We really have a lot of fun at these sessions, we all get along and kid around with each other throughout the job.
Tara Strong: We all sit in front of our mics and our scripts lay on music stands. Then the silliness begins!
Tara Strong: There's a lot more to see when you're playing and because of the advances in technology it makes room for all kinds of new characters.
Tara Strong: Start as early as you can. Make tapes of your characters.
Tara Strong: Sometimes a role might be difficult on my throat.
Tara Strong: Some shows, like PPG, tape in a group session, which is always more fun because you can play off each other.
Tara Strong: More often then not, we do not get the scripts in advance for the Powerpuff Girls.
Tara Strong: It is a skill you attain when doing voice over animation for thirteen some odd years.
Tara Strong: In general, I find that for videos the acting is more realistic.
Tara Strong: If I am not right for something there are many talented actors out there that will get it.
Tara Strong: I'm not sure specifically but there's definitely parts of me in Rikku.
Tara Strong: I think there are more female characters in videogames now but I also think that's because videogames in general are more diverse now.
Tara Strong: I think it's definitely beneficial for these characters to have good acting voices behind them and it affects the characters in a way that people can feel like they're part of the game and that they know these characters.
Tara Strong: I think clearly with the success of videogames, entertainment people know that it's definitely a lucrative and popular field and certainly with all the fan-based websites and the fans writing in, I think it's taken very seriously.
Tara Strong: I had to make squirrel noises as Bubbles and without realizing it, I was making the face and putting my fingers up to my face to look like a squirrel and everyone made fun of me for the rest of the day.
Tara Strong: I do try to give reality to the younger children voices and I'm constantly observing and listening to small children, particularly for Baby Dil.
Tara Strong: I do a lot of videogame voice-overs and I don't have any particulars in mind, but I do them all the time.
Tara Strong: Don't be afraid to look silly.