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Cristina Milizia began doing voice overs at the age of eight and has now been working professionally for 25 years. As a bilingual singing voice actor, she grew up specializing in toys and games, working for companies that include: Mattel, Hasbro, Leapfrog, Toys R Us, Hallmark, MGA Entertainment, Build-A-Bear, American Girl, Moose, Jakks Pacific, Playhut, Play Along Toys, and PBS Kids.
Her video game credits include: Sega of America, Electronic Arts and Nintendo Wii. She has also lent her voice in over 50 mobile game apps for Libii Games. In 2009 She landed her first major video game roles as Annie, Amumu and Nunu the Yeti Rider for Riot Games’ League of Legends, which is now one of the largest video game in the world.
Her first major animation role, Lala the Koala for Doc McStuffins, sealed Milizia’s love for animation forever. Milizia voiced Monster High’s first villainess, Moanika D’Kay, in the animated feature Monster High: The Origin Story in 2016 and now regularly voices the characters Marisol Coxi, Batsy Claro, and Woolee for the Monster High animated series. Cristina Milizia also voices the character Darcy in Nickelodeon’s all-new animated series, Bunsen is a Beast.
Cristina later expanded into commercial and narration voice over, and is the current national voice of the Laughing Cow Cheese and Hooters.
Milizia remains a full time animation talent in Los Angeles, pursuing her passion every day and thankful for the amazing industry she works in.
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Pepsi, The Laughing Cow (current national voice), Hooters (current national voice), Riot Games League of Legends, Electronic Arts, Disney Junior Doc McStuffins, Monster High, Sega of America, TransUnion, Jawbone, American Girl, Hallmark, Discovery, PBS, Hasbro, and Nickelodeon.
- Last updated: April 17, 2017 at 6:06 am