Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Every Disney Hero Has a voice The Black Caldron Princess Eilonwy


Every Disney Hero Has a Voice

The Black Caldron

Princess Eilonwy

Susan Sheridan

June 17th, 1947

 

Susan Sheridan (born 17 June 1947) is a British actress. Her voice acting roles include Noddy in the Cosgrove Hall/BBC Television series Noddy's Toyland Adventures, Trillian in the radio series The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and Princess Eilonwy in the animated film The Black Cauldron.

She has also provided voices for many child characters, including:

  • Noddy's Toyland Adventures - Noddy, Tessie Bear, Dinah Doll, Sally Skittle, Mrs. Tubby Bear, Mrs. Noah, Mrs. Straw, Martha Monkey, Miss Pink Cat, Clockwork Mouse and Sly The Goblin
  • The Family-Ness - Angus and Elspeth
  • Jimbo and the Jet Set - Jimbo
  • Animated Tales of the World - Junior
  • The Lampies - Livewire
  • The Little Polar Bear - Lars, Lena and Pieps
  • The Beano home video series - Dennis the Menace
  • Preston Pig - Pumpkin
  • Father Christmas and the Missing Reindeer - Simon and Wanda
  • Animal Shelf - Almost All the Females
  • Santa's First Christmas - Young Santa Claus
  • The Chrysalids (BBC Radio version) - the young David
  • Moomin - Moomin

She also voiced Alex in the video game Alex Builds His Farm, Shu in the English version of the anime film Fire Tripper and additional characters in Budgie the Little Helicopter, The Adventures of Paddington Bear, The Lost Snow and The Goose Girl.

Other adult characters she has given voice to include Milady and Queen Anne in Albert the Fifth Musketeer and Princess Sylvia in the English version of the home video series Muzzie  (Muzzy Comes Back and Muzzy in Gondoland). She has acted as a voice-over in an Audible Kids audiobook of the His Dark Materials trilogy by Philip Pullman as Roger Parslow, Serafina Pekkala and other smaller roles.

Personal life


She trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Sheridan lives in London with her twin daughters, Olivia and Alice. Her husband is guitarist Max Brittian.









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