Mary Elizabeth McGlynn is a voice over actress, writer, singer and director. As an actress, she plays Governor Pryce in Star Wars Rebels (2014), Dr. Maheswaran in Steven Universe(2013), Valkyrie in Lego Marvel’s Avengers (2016), Talis in StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty(2010), Johanna in Heroes of the Storm (2015), and Brooha in Smile PreCure! (2012). She voiced Major Motoko Kusanagi in Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (2004), for which she won the American Anime Award for Best Actress. You can also hear her as the Female Crusader in Diablo III: Reaper of Souls (2014), Kurutsu in Ghost in the Shell Arise: Border 1 – Ghost Pain (2013), and Sei in Alpha Protocol (2010). Some of her other popular roles are Kurenai from Naruto (2002), Zanpakuto from Bleach (2004), Helba from .hack//SIGN(2002), Jagura from Wolf’s Rain (2003) and Caroline from Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust(2000). She also portrays Zahra on Geek & Sundry’s Critical Role (2015).
Mary is voice directing the Tangled: The Series (2017) television series; Billy Dilley’s Super-Duper Subterranean Summer (2017); Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (2014) for Disney XD, starring Thomas Middleditch, Adam Devine, Alfred Molina and Larry Wilmore and Smile PreCure! (2012) for Saban Entertainment. She has directed the 6 Naruto movies, as well as Naruto (2002), for which she received the 2008 SPJA Award for Best Director. Among her many other directing credits are Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001), Tenkai Knights (2013), Digimon Fusion (2013), Stitch! (2008), Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers(2014), Wolf’s Rain (2003), and was a co-writer for the American adaptation of “Metropolis”. She also directed the original animated series, Boing the Play Ranger (2011) and Gormiti: The Lords of Nature Return! (2008).
Mary Elizabeth has had the great honor of singing the music of Akira Yamaoka for the movies Julia X (2011) and Silent Hill (2006) as well as the games: Silent Hill 3 (2003), Silent Hill 4: The Room (2004), Silent Hill: Origins (2007), Shadows of the Damned(2011), Silent Hill: Shattered Memories (2009) and Silent Hill: Book of Memories (2012), which she also voice directed.