Kari Wahlgren

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Kari Wahlgren
Wahlgren, Kari (2007).jpg
Kari Wahlgren in 2007.
BornKari Wahlgren
(1977-07-13) July 13, 1977 (age 37)[1][2]
Hoisington, Kansas[3]
ResidenceLos Angeles, California
Other namesKay Jensen, Jennifer Jean[4]
EducationUniversity of Kansas
OccupationVoice-over artist[2]
Years active2002–present
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Kari Wahlgren
Wahlgren, Kari (2007).jpg
Kari Wahlgren in 2007.
BornKari Wahlgren
(1977-07-13) July 13, 1977 (age 37)[1][2]
Hoisington, Kansas[3]
ResidenceLos Angeles, California
Other namesKay Jensen, Jennifer Jean[4]
EducationUniversity of Kansas
OccupationVoice-over artist[2]
Years active2002–present

Kari Wahlgren (born July 13, 1977) is an American actress of Swedish descent, who has provided English language voices for over a hundred cartoons, anime and video games.[5] She got her start in anime voice-overs as Haruko Haruhara in FLCL, and would later land major roles in a number of series: Robin Sena in Witch Hunter Robin; Lavie in Last Exile;[6] Scarlett in Steamboy; Pacifica Casull, the Scrapped Princess; Saya Otonashi in Blood+; Kagami Hiiragi in Lucky Star; and Saber in Fate/zero. In animation, she has provided voices for a number of productions including Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!, Fish Hooks, Phineas & Ferb, Ben 10, Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, Winx Club and Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters. In video games, she voiced lead characters Ashe in Final Fantasy XII and Shelke in Dirge of Cerberus – Final Fantasy VII.


Wahlgren was born and raised in Hoisington, Kansas.[3] She was inspired as a child by the Disney Princesses and other voices in animation.[7][8][9] Her parents were teachers, which encouraged her to support charities and organizations that promote reading and education later in her career.[5][10][8] On her eleventh birthday, when she and her family were in California and toured the building for Focus on the Family, she was asked to do a bit role in their radio drama Adventures in Odyssey, as an eleven-year-old character named Gloria McCoy.[11][note 1] She graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater in 1999.[note 2] She lived in Kansas City, Missouri[12] where she did some radio spots, then moved to Los Angeles in 2000 to work on her acting career. In an interview in Lawrence Journal-World, she said that she was not getting much on-camera work, so she shifted her energies towards voice-over work, and that her experience with dialogue and Shakespeare classes helped a lot towards landing roles that involved various characters, some of which had accents or were from certain time periods.[2]

Her debut anime role was Haruko Haruhara in a six-episode OVA series called FLCL. In an interview with Anime Tourist, she said that Haruko was the only character she got to audition for. She depicted her as close to the original dub but with some American interpretation to appeal to the audience,[13] and depending on how she was drawn, she changed her voice range from cartoon and child-like to realistic.[14] In a later review of the series, Bryce Coulter of Mania.com was impressed by her character work: "she definitely gives Haruko that twenty-something, sarcastic and almost punkish persona."[15] Wahlgren's next major anime dub role was in Witch Hunter Robin, where she played the title character Robin Sena,[12] a soft-spoken girl who joins a group of witch hunters, but harbors some magic abilities of her own. Zac Bertschy of Anime News Network said she was "pleasant, subtle and perfect for the role" and wished the supporting voice cast would demonstrate such subtleties.[16] She voiced lead character Lavie Head in the steampunk fantasy series Last Exile. Allen Divers of Anime News Network grouped her with the "better known names of the California voice-acting scene".[17] She voiced title character Sakura Kinomoto in Bang Zoom!'s dubbing of Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card of which Divers wrote that the voice actors did a great job of matching the emotions of the original Japanese voices, including Sakura's trademark expression "Hoe!", something that was missing in previous English adaptations.[18][19] In live-action works, she starred as Tinkerbell in an indie Peter Pan film rendition called Neverland, released in 2003. Her character was described as a "sullen sidekick" and "drugged-out".[2][20]

In 2004, she voiced a starring role in the animated feature film Steamboy, among actors Anna Paquin, Patrick Stewart and Alfred Molina. She played Scarlett, a teenage granddaughter of the corporation's chairman, described as spoiled and cruel, and generally annoying.[21][22][23] Peter Sanderson of IGN called Scarlett one of the most obnoxious characters he has ever encountered, and hardly stands up to her movie equivalent.[24] She voiced Chika Minazuki in Ai Yori Aoshi, a little cousin character. Way Jeng of Mania.com described her performance as energetic, yet innocent and simple, but contrasting to Wendee Lee's voicing of Tina Foster.[25] In 2005, she voiced the female lead character Fuu Kasumi in Samurai Champloo. Carlo Santos of Anime News Network thought the characters sounded "well-suited to their personalities", but was concerned that Fuu "falls into the habit of sounding like every other ditzy anime girl out there."[26] In Scrapped Princess, she voices the title character Pacifica Casull, who is hunted down because of a prophecy where she would cause the destruction of the world if she lives to see her 16th birthday. Theron Martin called her acting of "Pacifica's brattiness and deep sensitivity solidly pegged", although it is different from her Japanese counterpart as it "lacks some of the poutiness",[27] and takes some time to get used to.[28]

In addition to her work in voicing anime, Wahlgren has been involved in a number of video games.[2] Her first voice-over role in video games was in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds where she played Willow Rosenberg.[29] In the James Bond video game From Russia with Love, released in 2005, she voiced a Bond girl that was paired with Sean Connery's original voice.[2]In 2006, she landed leading roles of Ashe in Final Fantasy XII and Shelkie in Dirge of Cerberus – Final Fantasy VII. In an interview conducted by UFFSite and RPGSite, she recounts how she received notice of the roles on two consecutive days, and said that the franchise was like "the holy grail of video game acting". She portrayed Ashe with a bit of a regal tone, after the director encouraged her to do so following a class where she was doing Shakespeare. She describes her character as someone a girl would look up to as "intelligent, diplomatic, and can kick ass and look good doing it". In contrast, Shelkie was desired to be portrayed as very cold and emotionless, which she describes as "cold, but sympathetic."[12][30] In 2007, she voiced the playable title character in the strategy-RPG Jeanne d'Arc.[9]

Wahlgren’s involvement in animation voice-over took off in 2004 when she was cast in a lead role in the Disney/Jetix ensemble action superhero show Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! where she voiced Nova.[7] The show ran for four seasons from 2004 to 2006. She would also pick up recurring villain roles such as Samantha Paine aka Magness in A.T.O.M.[31] and Charmcaster in Ben 10, the latter of which would return in the show's sequels and related video games.[32] In 2007, she voiced Tak's friend Jeera in Nickelodeon's computer-graphics animated series Tak and the Power of Juju.[33] She voiced little sister character Suzy Johnson in Disney’s hit series Phineas and Ferb,[34] and participated in the second season of the animated comedy Lil' Bush where she voiced Lil' Hillary and Lil' Condi.[35] She became a regular cast member for Fish Hooks, which premiered in 2010, where she voiced Shellsea and many supporting and guest characters.[36] She landed the role of Tigress in the television adaptation Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness; the series premiered in 2011 and has run over four seasons.[37] In 2012, she had the lead role of Allie Underhill in the action series Kaijudo, which spanned 52 episodes,[38] and picked up roles in other cartoon shows such as Gravity Falls, Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja, and Winx Club.[32] She voiced Meg, the starring love interest in the Disney short film Paperman which screened before Wreck-It Ralph in the theaters in 2012. In an interview with her school's alumni association, she said that she was asked to do the role because of her previous involvements in Bolt and Tangled. Recording for the film took about 30 minutes, mostly of vocal sounds.[10] The short went on to win an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film.[39]

Some of her work has garnered recognition, awards and nominations from websites that review anime and animation. Mania.com wrote that Wahlgren’s performance as the straight-man character Kagami Hiiragi in Lucky Star was absolute sarcastic perfection, and named her the Best Overlooked Actress for 2008 in their annual Anime Dubbies Awards.[40] Theron Martin liked Celty Sturluson, a headless dullahan character in Durarara!! who uses mostly body language and typed words. In his year-end awards for 2011, he selected Wahlgren the Best English Dub Performance – Female.[41] On the Behind the Voice Actors website, she was selected by the staff as the Voice Actress of the Year in 2012,[42] and was nominated for 2011[43] and 2013.[44] She received nominations in other categories: Best Female Lead Vocal Performer in an Anime Title for Celty in Durarara!! in 2011,[45] Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series – Action / Drama for Allie Underhill in Kaijudo in 2012, Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series – Comedy / Musical for Tigress in Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness in 2012,[46] Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in an Anime Television Series/OVA for Saber in Fate/zero,[47] Best Female Supporting Vocal Performance in an Anime Movie/Special for Karina Lyle/Blue Rose in Tiger & Bunny: The Beginning in 2013,[48] Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role – Action/Drama for Letta Turmond in Star Wars: The Clone Wars[49] and Best Female Vocal Performance in a Video Game in a Supporting Role for Courtney Collins in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.[50]


Live action[edit]

List of live-action acting performances in film and television
2003NeverlandTinker BellFeature film[2][20][51]
2010–11Wizards of Waverly PlaceHelenTV series, episodes:

"Alex Gives Up"
"Three Maxes and a Little Lady"

2012Criminal MindsRena TraceyTV series, episode:
"Magnificent Light"
2013I Know That VoiceHerselfdocumentary film on voice acting[56]


List of voice performances in anime
2002FLCLHaruko Haruharadebut anime role[2][13]
2003Ai Yori AoshiChika Minazukias Key Jensen[25]
2003A Little Snow Fairy SugarCinnamon, Dr. Barbaraas Kay Jensen[57][58]
2003Gatekeepers 21Miu Manazuruas Kay Jensen[59]
2003Heat Guy JKyoko Milchanas Kay Jensen[60]
2003Mirage of BlazeMiya Ohgias Jennifer Jean[61]
2003Immortal Grand PrixLizmicroseries, as Jennifer Jean[62]
2003Figure 17Tsubasa Shiinaas Kay Jensen[63]
2003Witch Hunter RobinRobin Sena[2][64][65]
2003Mao-chanMisora Tsukishima, Chinami Nokias Kay Jensen[66]
2003ChobitsKotokoas Kay Jensen[67][57]
2003Someday's DreamersYume Kikuchias Kay Jensen[68][69]
2003Last ExileLavie Head[17]
2003Twelve KingdomsThe Twelve KingdomsYoukaas Jennifer Jean, Eps. 15–21[70]
2004Space Pirate Captain Harlock the Endless OdysseyNanaas Jennifer Jean, Eps. 1–3[71]
2004YukikazeCaptain Edith Foss[72]
2004Tenchi Muyo! GXPAiri Masaki, Sasami Masaki Jurai, Karen,
Yoshiko Yamada, Mitoto Kuramitsu, Minaho Masaki,
Mrs. Kaunaq, Mashisu Kuramitsu
as Renee Emerson[73]
2004Wolf's RainCher Degre[35]
2004Marmalade BoyAnju Kitahara, Uchiyamaas Kay Jensen[74]
2004Angel TalesGoddess, Momo the Monkeyas Key Jensen, Eps. 1–2[75][76]
2004Gad GuardArashi Shinozukaas Jennifer Jean[77]
2004Ai Yori Aoshi EnishiChika Minazukias Kay Jensen[78]
2004GungraveMika Asagi, Brandon (Young)as Kay Jensen[79]
2004I'll CKBCKyoko Munefujias Jennifer Jean[80]
2004Black JackLawrenceas Kay Jensen, Ep. 8[81]
2004StellviaArisa Glennorthas Lucy Hudson[82]
2004Lunar Legend TsukihimeKohakuas Leah Allen[83]
2004CybusterSayrui Andoas Kay Jensen[84]
2004Please Twins!Miina Miyafujias Jan Irving[85]
2005Paranoia AgentTaeko Hirukawaas Tara Hudson, Ep. 6[86]
2005Samurai ChamplooFuu Kasumi[87][26]
2005Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone ComplexSalesperson, SaoriEp. 17, 18[88]
2005Rave MasterRemiEp. 38[89]
2005Scrapped PrincessPacifica Casull[27]
2005Tenchi Muyo! OVA 3Noike Kamiki Jurai, Airi Masaki, Misaki Jurai, Mitoto Kuramitsu, Minaho Masaki[90][91]
2005Immortal Grand PrixMichiru Satomi, Luca[35][92]
2006Eureka SevenAnemone[35]
2007Robotech: The Shadow ChroniclesAriel[93]
2007Melancholy of Haruhi SuzumiyaThe Melancholy of Haruhi SuzumiyaTsuruya-san, Kyon's Little Sister[94][95][96]
2008Blood+Saya Otonashi, Diva[35][97][98]
2008-09NarutoTayuya, Ranmaru, Kunihisa, Hana Inuzuka, Onbu, Uroko [35]
2008Lucky StarKagami Hiiragi[40]
2008Digimon Data SquadRelena NorsteinGrouped under Voice Talents[99]
2008Hellsing UltimateRip van WinkleHellsing IV[100][101]
2010Stitch!Ms. Kawasaki, Masa [102]
2010–13Naruto ShippudenHotaru, Mikoto Uchiha, Naho 
2011Durarara!!Celty Sturlusonnominated for 2011 BTVA Voice Acting Award[41][45]
2013Tiger & BunnyKarina Lyle/Blue Rosenominated for 2013 BTVA Anime Dub Award[48][103]
2013Fate/ZeroSabernominated for 2013 BTVA Anime Dub Award[104][32][47]


List of voice performances in animation
2004–06Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!NovaFirst-ever Disney animation lead role[7][2][35]
2005Maya & MiguelJohnny, Mrs. LopezEpisode: "Team Santos"[105]
2005–06American Dragon: Jake LongSilver, Wood Nymph, Centaur, Mermaid, Bride [106][107][108]
2005-07A.T.O.M.Dr. Magness[31][109]
2006–07Ben 10 aBen 10Charmcaster, Toddler Hex [32][9]
2006–08Legion of Super-HeroesSaturn Girl, Triplicate Girl, Shrinking Violet [9][110][111][112][113]
2007Kim PossibleElectroniqueEpisode: "Stop Team Go", grouped under Additional Voice Talents[99][114]
2007–08Tak and the Power of JujuJeera, Bleeta[9][35][33]
2008Lil' BushLil' Hillary, Lil' Condiseason 2[35]
2008–13Phineas and FerbSuzy Johnson, additional voices [52][34]
2008–12Life & Times of Tim, TheThe Life & Times of TimGladys (Amy's mother)[115][116]
2008–10Penguins of Madagascar, TheThe Penguins of MadagascarJillie, Kitka [32]
2009Random! CartoonsSparkles, Mom, LeprechaunEpisode short: "Sparkles and Gloom"[117][8]
2009Wolverine and the X-MenEmma Frost, Dr. Sybil Zane, Christy Nord[35][118]
2009Back at the BarnyardSheila, SissyEpisode: "Bling My Barn"[32]
2009Secret Saturdays, TheThe Secret SaturdaysAbbey, Ruby[119]
2010–11Kick Buttowski: Suburban DaredevilHoney Buttowski [52][120][121]
2010–12Ben 10 UltimateBen 10: Ultimate AlienCharmcaster, Rojo [32]
2010–14Fish HooksShellsea, Snake, Winnie, others [36][52][122][123]
2010Zevo-3Ellie Martin/Elastika[124][125]
2010–12Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, TheThe Avengers: Earth's Mightiest HeroesAmora / Enchantress, Jane Foster, Karnilla[32][126]
2010–11Sym-Bionic TitanKimmy, Amber, Monica[127][128]
2011ArcherAnka ScholtzEpisode: "Swiss Miss"[129]
2011The Problem SolverzKatrina Rad, Cupcake GirlEpisode: "Magic Clock"[130]
2011Scooby-Doo! Mystery IncorporatedJudy Reeves (young), Regina WentworthEps. 25–26[131]
2011Good VibesMilan[132]
2011–14Kung Fu Panda: Legends of AwesomenessTigressnominated for 2012 BTVA Voice Acting award[46][133][115][37]
2012Robot and MonsterBaconeers, Gar-Gantuans[32]
2012-2014DC Nation ShortsBlack Canary
Green Arrow series
Doom Patrol series
2012–13Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel MastersAllie Underhillnominated for 2012 BTVA Voice Acting award[38][46][103]
2012Young JusticeCarol FerrisEpisode: "Depths"[32]
2012Gravity FallsShandra Jimenez [32]
2012–14Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade NinjaMorganlisted as Additional Voices[135]
2012Winx ClubFaragonda, NarratorNickelodeon version, season 5 (Beyond Believix), grouped under Voices[52][136]
2012-14Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012 TV series)Joan Grody, Little Girl[32]
2013Star Wars: The Clone WarsLetta Turmondnominated for 2013 BTVA Voice Acting award[49]
2013Henry HugglemonsterIvor Hugglemonster[137]
2013Monsters vs. AliensBaby President
Little Girl, Female Admin, Margaret
Episode: "Danger Wears a Diaper"[32]
2013–14Rick and MortyJessica, Rose, Talking Dollmain cast, assorted roles[138]
2014Ben 10 OmniverseBen 10 OmniverseCharmcaster, ViktoriaEpisode: "Charmed, I'm Sure"[32]
2014Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.Invisible Woman
Episode: "Monsters No More"[139][32]

Feature films[edit]

List of voice performances in feature films
2006WildThe WildBaby HippoGrouped under Walla[2]
2007Shrek the ThirdOld Woman[32][140]
2009Aliens in the AtticRazor[32]
2010TangledAdditional Voices[10]
2012Tangled Ever AfterQueenshort film[141]
2012PapermanMegshort film. The film won an Academy Award.[10][142][143]
2013Dino TimeAdditional voices [144]
2013PlanesAdditional voices[145]
2014Planes: Fire & RescuePatch[146]

Direct-to-video and television films[edit]

List of voice performances in direct-to-video and television films
2003WXIII: Patlabor the Movie 3Saeko Misaki[147]
2003Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed CardSakura Kinomoto[19]
2004Galerians: RionLilia, Elsa Steineras Jennifer Jean[148]
2004Mobile Suit Gundam F91Annamarie Bourgetas Jennifer Jean[149]
2007Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of SnowKoyuki Kazahana, Yukie Fujikaze[35][150]
2007Billy & Mandy: Wrath of the Spider QueenVelma Green the Spider Queen [32]
2008Naruto the Movie 2: Legend of the Stone of GelelFugaiGrouped under Cast[151]
2008Little MermaidThe Little Mermaid: Ariel's BeginningAttina [32]
2008Strait JacketRachel Hammond [152][153]
2009VirtualityJean the computertelevision pilot[154][155]
2009Aussie and Ted's Great AdventureCricketlive-action animal[32]
2009Hulk Vs ThorAmora (Sorceress) [156]
2011Dead Space: AftermathRin, Sandra Burns [32]
2011Pixie Hollow GamesIvy [32]
2011DisappearanceThe Disappearance of Haruhi SuzumiyaTsuruya-san, Kyon's Little Sister [157]
2012Tinker Bell and the Secret of the WingsReceptionist [32]
2013Iron Man: Rise of TechnovoreMaria Hill [32]
2013Metal Gear Solid 2: Bande DessinéeRosemaryDigital graphic novel released as DVD Video[32]
2014Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and PunisherMaria Hill [32]
2014Pirate FairyThe Pirate FairySweetpea, Sydney [32][158]
2014Son of BatmanRebecca Langstrom [32]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
2006.hack//G.U. vol. 1//RebirthShino, Kaede[32]
2007.hack//G.U. vol. 2//ReminisceKaede[32]
2007.hack//G.U. vol. 3//RedemptionShino, Kaede[32]
2011Ace Combat: Assault HorizonJanice Rehlalso performance capture[159]
2009Afro SamuraiYoung Afro Samurai[32]
2012Amazing Spider-Man, TheThe Amazing Spider-ManGwen Stacy[32]
2007Armored Core 4Fiona Jarnefeldt
2012Asura's WrathMithra[32]
2011Batman: Arkham CityLeague of Assassins Members
Vicki Vale (Revenge)
Grouped under Voice Over Actors
Also in Harley Quinn's Revenge expansion pack
2009Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax AttacksCharmcaster[32]
2010Bioshock 2Barbara Johnson[32]
2009Brütal LegendDominatrices [162]
2003Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos BleedsWillow RosenbergFirst voice-over role in video games[29]
2007Darkness, TheThe DarknessYoung Jenny[29]
2011Dead or Alive: DimensionsKasumi, Kasumi Alpha, Ayame[32]
2010Dead or Alive ParadiseKasumi, Niki[32]
2006Dead or Alive Xtreme 2Kasumi, Niki[163]
2006Dirge of Cerberus – Final Fantasy VIIShelke Rui[32]
2011Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, TheThe Elder Scrolls V: SkyrimVex[32]
2003Fatal Frame II: Crimson ButterflyMio AmakuraGrouped under Voice Talent[164][165]
2006Final Fantasy XIIAshe[32]
2010Final Fantasy XIIICocoon Inhabitants[166]
2007Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the LionsOvelia[32]
2006Guild Wars NightfallTahlkoraGrouped under Voice Actors[167]
2007Guild Wars: Eye of the NorthGwen[168]
2012Guild Wars 2CaitheGrouped under Voice Talent[169][170][168]
2004Halo 2 (I Love Bees promotional edition)Janissary "Jan" James[2][171]
2012Halo 4Ivanoff, System Voice [172]
2005Hot Shots Golf: Open TeeGrouped under Voice Actors
Also Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2
2005James Bond 007: From Russia with LoveTatiana Romanova[2]
2012InfexIvyInteractive graphic novel[174][175]
2007Jeanne d'ArcJeanne d'Arc[176][32][9]
2006Justice League HeroesZatanna[32][9][177]
2012Kid Icarus: UprisingGaol, Phosphora[32]
2012Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop DistanceThe GridGrouped under "Featuring the Disney Character voice talents of"[178]
2012Kinect Star WarsIntercom, PC Female Pilot, pad1[32][179]
2013Lego Marvel Super HeroesAunt May, Emma Frost, Gwen StacyGrouped as VO Talent[180]
2004Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate EventsWhite-Faced Jane[181][7][12]
2004Lupin the 3rd: Treasure of the Sorcerer KingTeresaas Kay Jenson
2013Marvel HeroesEmma Frost, Boom-Boom, Clea[32]
2011Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two WorldsJill Valentinegrouped under Voice Talent[182][183]
2008Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the PatriotsEnemy Soldiers[32]
2006Metal Gear Solid: Portable OpsTeliko Friedman[32]
2013Metal Gear Rising: RevengeanceCourtney Collinsnominated for 2013 BTVA Voice Acting award[50][32]
2013Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3Fuu[32]
2012Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm GenerationsTayuya[32][184]
2008Ninja Gaiden IISonia[185]
2009Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2Irene Lew / Sonia[32]
2008No More HeroesJeane[32]
2006Open SeasonBeth, Gisellegrouped under Voice Talent[8][186]
2008Prince of PersiaElika[100]
2007Project SylpheedEllen Bernstein[187]
2009PrototypeElizabeth Greene, The Mother[183][188]
2012Prototype 2grouped under Additional Voices[189]
2009Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In TimeCarina[32]
2009Red Faction: GuerrillaSamanya[190]
2009Resident Evil: The Darkside ChroniclesOthers [191]
2010Resonance of FateCochet[192]
2007Rogue GalaxyLilika[32][8]
2009Saboteur, TheThe SaboteurSkylar [193]
2011Saints Row: The ThirdPedestrian and Character Voices [194]
2006Samurai Champloo: SidetrackedFuu Kasumias Kay Jensen[195]
2012Secret World, TheThe Secret WorldKirsten Geary, Tanis[196][197]
2013Skylanders: Swap ForceTessaGrouped under Voice Talent[198]
2014Skylanders: Trap TeamTessaGrouped under Voice Actors[199][200]
2004Shadow Hearts: CovenantKarin Koenigas Jennifer Jean[32]
2010SingularityKathryn Norvikova[32]
2007Spider-Man 3Mary Jane Watson[9]
2005Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the SithSerra Keto[32]
2008Star Wars: The Force UnleashedDarth Phobos[32]
2011Star Wars: The Old RepublicJedi Knight Female[201]
2006Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of CorruptionSilri[202]
2004Tales of SymphoniaRaine Sage [32]
2006Tokobot Plus: Mysteries of the KarakuriRuby, Aria[203]
2010Transformers: War for CybertronArcee[32]
2010Tron: EvolutionRadia[32]
2011Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3Jill Valentine[183]
2008Valkyria ChroniclesIrene Ellet[32]
2010VanquishElena Ivanova[32]
2010White Knight ChroniclesPrincess Cisna[32]
2011White Knight Chronicles IIPrincess Cisna[32]
2013Wonderful 101, TheThe Wonderful 101Wonder Green[32]
2011X-Men: DestinyEmma Frost[32]
2003Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur MachtFebronia, Pellegri[note 3][35]
2005Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und BöseFebronia, Pellegri[32]
2006Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach ZarathustraFebronia, Pellegri[32]

Other appearances[edit]



  1. ^ Wahlgren later returned to guest voice an episode of Adventures in Odyssey in 2010.
  2. ^ Wahlgren supported a small theatre scholarship for University of Kansas undergrads.
  3. ^ The closing credits of this video game did not list the voice actors involved.


  1. ^ "Wow—waking up to these birthday tweets is pretty wonderful....thanks, everybody!!" Kari Wahlgren on Twitter. July 13, 2013. Retrieved August 19, 2014.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Niccum, Jon (April 21, 2006). "Voices Kari – KU Grad becomes the go-to voice for animation and video games". Lawrence Journal-World. 
  3. ^ a b "Hoisington Community Fact Sheet". Visitgreatbend.com. Retrieved August 21, 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f "Resume – Kari Wahlgren – Animated Cartoons: Features & Television Voice Work (Selected) ; CD-ROMS / Video Games". KariWahlgren.net (Kari Wahlgren official site). Retrieved November 26, 2013. 
  5. ^ a b c "Kari Wahlgren Theatre Scholarship | Department of Theatre". Theatre.ku.edu. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 
  6. ^ "The Northeast's Largest Anime Convention". Anime Boston. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 
  7. ^ a b c d "Features :: Kari Wahlgren". Joe-Mammy.com. Retrieved August 21, 2014. 
  8. ^ a b c d e Ciccarelli, Stephanie (July 4, 2006). "Kari Wahlgren, voice actor, Chats with Voices.com". Vox Daily. Voices.com. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h Miller, Greg (July 29, 2007). "SDCC 07: The Voice of Jeanne d'Arc Speaks". IGN. Retrieved August 21, 2014. 
  10. ^ a b c d e "Happy Valentine’s Day". KU Alumni Association. Kualumni.org. February 13, 2013. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 
  11. ^ a b Ciccarelli, Stephanie (December 10, 2010). "Kari Wahlgren Returns to Adventures in Odyssey". Vox Daily. Voices.com. Retrieved August 20, 2014. 
  12. ^ a b c d "Square Haven News / Not Afraid To Be Strong: A Conversation with Kari Wahlgren". Squarehaven.com. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 
  13. ^ a b "Anime Tourist Interview: Behind the Scenes of FLCL.". Anime Tourist. 2002. Archived from the original on March 28, 2002. - conducted in January 2002
  14. ^ "Anime Tourist Interview: Behind the Scenes of FLCL – Part 1 of 2". Anime Tourist. 2002. Archived from the original on April 2, 2002. - conducted in January 2002
  15. ^ Coulter, Bryce (January 29, 2007). "FLCL: The UItimate Edition". Mania.com. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 
  16. ^ Bertschy, Zac (October 25, 2003). "Witch Hunter Robin DVD 1 – Review". Anime News Network. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 
  17. ^ a b Divers, Allen (February 5, 2004). "Last Exile DVD 1 – Review". Anime News Network. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 
  18. ^ Divers, Allen (December 10, 2003). "Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card Special Edition DVD". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 26, 2010. 
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