Jodi Carlisle

Actor

Jodi Carlisle is an actress who has appeared in 45 television shows, 5 feature films, and four television movies as well as a number of stage plays. Carlisle is perhaps best known as one of the principal voice actors on the long running children's animated TV series The Wild Thornberrys.

Actress Jodi Carlisle has been performing voice work since 1982, beginning with the cartoon series Pac-Man. Two of her main voice roles were the characters of Wendy Richter and The Fabulous Moolah on the Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling Saturday morning cartoon series. In 1991, she voiced Dr. Sara Bellum in 5 episodes of Darkwing Duck. From 1992-1993, Carlisle provided additional voices in 26 episodes of Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa. There have also been four voice roles in video games and a number of audiobook narrations.

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Jodi Carlisle is an actress who has appeared in 45 television shows, 5 feature films, and four television movies as well as a number of stage plays. Carlisle is perhaps best known as one of the principal voice actors on the long running children's animated TV series The Wild Thornberrys.

Actress Jodi Carlisle has been performing voice work since 1982, beginning with the cartoon series Pac-Man. Two of her main voice roles were the characters of Wendy Richter and The Fabulous Moolah on the Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling Saturday morning cartoon series. In 1991, she voiced Dr. Sara Bellum in 5 episodes of Darkwing Duck. From 1992-1993, Carlisle provided additional voices in 26 episodes of Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa. There have also been four voice roles in video games and a number of audiobook narrations.

Perhaps her most popular voice performance was the clan mother character of Marianne Thornberry in the Nickelodeon animated TV series The Wild Thornberrys, voicing in all 90 episodes which ran from 1998 to 2004 as well as the feature films The Wild Thornberrys Movie released 2002 and Rugrats Go Wild released 2003. Both films were a success at the box office, grossing $60 million and $50 million respectively; however the critical reception was more favourable for The Wild Thornberrys Movie than Rugrats Go Wild with Rotten Tomatoes scores of 80% and 41%.

In the field of live-action television, Jodi Carlisle has been unable to make a significant impact and hasn't been given a breakthrough role. A large collection of minor parts and guest star roles include 2 episodes each of Desperate Housewives and Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, with single appearances in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, Night Court, Malcolm in the Middle, Ugly Betty, and That '70s Show. Also, there came the roles of Jean Trull and Dr Gropeman in eight episodes of the web comedy series Ave 43. Prior to her acting and voice work, Carlisle was a contestant on The Joker's Wild and during her career she later appeared as a contestant on Tic-Tac-Dough.

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