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Erin Fitzgerald

Erin Fitzgerald

Erin Fitzgerald is a Canadian voice actress who provides voice-overs for a number of cartoons, video games and English language dubs of Japanese anime. In animation, she voices Raven Queen in Ever After High and C.A. Cupid in both Monster High and Ever After High. In recent roles she voices Bo and other characters in the American children's educational show Ask the StoryBots on Netflix.


Fitzgerald was born in Victoria, British Columbia and graduated from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, with an acting specialization. She moved to Vancouver and worked with local theater groups doing plays, radio plays, television, and film. Her voice-over career began with loops groups in Vancouver for shows such as The Outer Limits, she worked in looping for six years. Fitzgerald moved to Los Angeles in 2000. While in LA, she regularly works with a Christmas charity called Combat Radio.



She had her first start in voice acting as Piranha Mae Hoover in Fat Dog Mendoza while in Vancouver. Her first major animated role was as Nazz and May Kanker in the long-running Cartoon Network series Ed, Edd n Eddy. After seeing how she would be a regular on the show she would move to Los Angeles for more opportunities. She has had roles in other cartoons such as Sabrina: The Animated Series, The Jungle Bunch to the Rescue, Fat Dog Mendoza, Monster High, A.T.O.M., Dragon Tales and Rainbow Fish. In 2012, she replaced Tracey Rooney as the voice for Chie Satonaka in the Persona 4 series.

Fitzgerald would provide various voices for fashion doll franchises such as the 2010 web series Monster High and Ever After High in 2013.

Her current roles include Ask the StoryBots, which has won 5 Daytime Emmy Awards and 16 nominations including winning 2 Annie Awards, as Bo and various other characters as well as lending her singing voice for Let's Go Luna! as Luna.

She also does theater work where she would do one-woman shows such as The Wizard of Oz.

Personal life

Fitzgerald came out as pansexual on National Coming Out Day 2020.

Selected filmography



Animated films

Video games

Live-action voice-over

Live action

Awards and nominations



Book references
  • Terrace, Vincent (2014). Internet Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy Television Series, 1998–2013. McFarland. ISBN 9781476616452.
  • Terrace, Vincent (2015). Internet Drama and Mystery Television Series, 1996–2014. McFarland. ISBN 9780786495818.

External links

  • Official website
  • Erin Fitzgerald convention appearances on
  • Erin Fitzgerald at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  • Erin Fitzgerald at IMDb

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