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Grey DeLisle

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| lifetime=[[August 24]], [[1973]]
 
| lifetime=[[August 24]], [[1973]]
| played=Wicked Spider, Additional voices
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| film=''[[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|Sierra's The Hobbit]]''
 
| film=''[[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|Sierra's The Hobbit]]''
 
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'''Erin Grey DeLisle, née Van Oosbree''' ([[August 24]], [[1973]]) is an American singer, songwriter an voice actress, considered by some the queen of Saturday morning television. She has provided many recognizable voices for series as ''What's New, [[Don Messick|Scooby Doo]]?'', ''Danny Phantom'', ''Fairly Odd Parents'', ''Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends'', ''Star Wars: Clone Wars'' and ''Avatar: The Last Airbender''.  
 
'''Erin Grey DeLisle, née Van Oosbree''' ([[August 24]], [[1973]]) is an American singer, songwriter an voice actress, considered by some the queen of Saturday morning television. She has provided many recognizable voices for series as ''What's New, [[Don Messick|Scooby Doo]]?'', ''Danny Phantom'', ''Fairly Odd Parents'', ''Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends'', ''Star Wars: Clone Wars'' and ''Avatar: The Last Airbender''.  
  
Grey DeLisle is credited as "Additional voice talent" in ''[[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|Sierra's The Hobbit]]'', and one of those roles was the "Wicked Spider" ([[Attercop]]), one of the bosses in the level "Flies and Spider".  
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==Roles==
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* [[2003]] - ''[[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|Sierra's The Hobbit]]'' - Wrath the Spider ([[Attercop]]), Elf lady, Elf sentry, various Lake-town women.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:20, 13 August 2008

Grey DeLisle
LifetimeAugust 24, 1973
Portrayed"Additional voice talent"
InSierra's The Hobbit
IMDbProfile

Erin Grey DeLisle, née Van Oosbree (August 24, 1973) is an American singer, songwriter an voice actress, considered by some the queen of Saturday morning television. She has provided many recognizable voices for series as What's New, Scooby Doo?, Danny Phantom, Fairly Odd Parents, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Star Wars: Clone Wars and Avatar: The Last Airbender.

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