TARA STRONG (The Baby Boh) lends voice to Yubaba's giant Baby Boh, who transforms into a mouse and accompanies Chihiro in the strange otherworld she finds herself in. Aselfish child who doesn't know his own strength, he loses all his girth, becoming a tiny mouse who helps Chihiro on her quest to save her parents.
Strong began her acting career in Toronto, Canada, when at the age of twelve she performed at the Toronto Yiddish Theater. A novice to the language, she learned her songs phonetically (this proved rather humorous when fans came backstage to give her praise in Yiddish). Strong continued to work in regional theaters until the age of thirteen when she landed a leading role opposite Mr. T. in the production of "T.N.T."
Strong worked on several TV and film projects in Toronto, including the lead role in a sitcom. When she moved to Los Angeles in 1994, Strong immediately booked the lead in National Lampoon's "Senior Trip." This performance was followed by another significant stunt in animation where she was cast as Spot on Disney's "101 Dalmatians." Strong then found more RV/film opportunities in "Sabrina Goes to Rome" and "Sabrina Down Under." In addition, Strong has also appeared in the series "Touched By An Angel," "Third Rock From The Sun" and "Party of Five."
Strong's natural gift for making people laugh through unusual voices became most apparent when she starred as the title character in the animated series "Hello Kitty." This role inaugurated her lifetime career as a performer in over fifty different animated series. Strong currently performs on several
critically acclaimed TV series, including Nickelodeon's "Rugrats" as Baby Dil, Cartoon Network's "The Powerpuff Girls" as Bubbles, Nickelodeon's "The Fairly Odd Parents" as Timmy, Warner Brothers "Batman" as Batgirl, Disney's "Lloyd In Space" as a two-headed monster named Cindy, and Disney's "Proud Family" as Bebe, Cecce and Puff. She has contributed voices to multiple roles on "Kids
Room 402," "Family Guy" and "King of the Hill."
In addition to Strong's success on television, her animated
features include Warner Bros.' "Scooby Doo on Zombie Island,"
"Disney's "The Little Mermaid II" (Playing Melody, her dream job)
and the upcoming "Tom & Jerry" from Warner Bros.
In addition to maintaining her personal web sit,
www.tarastrong.com, she and her husband Craig have created www.voicestarz.com to
help aspiring voice actors learn about animation voice-overs.
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