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Veronica Taylor

Veronica Taylor (born April 9, 1978) was a voice actress for the English-language dub of the Pokémon anime by 4Kids Entertainment.

She has also provided voice talent for several movies, television shows, and video games outside the world of Pokémon.

Biography

Taylor began acting in school plays when she was five years old. In college, she participated in plays and acting workshops, and continued her acting education through graduate school. She has also trained in voice acting and singing. Her first anime job came when her acting coach recommended her to the director. With reference to the interview with Veronica Taylor on YouTube, she appears to be embarrassed to voice Ash in public or in front of the camera, by covering her mouth when doing Ash's voice. She also revealed that she had to deepen her voice and do warm-ups and cool-downs in the process of voicing Ash in 4Kids.

Taylor, as well as Maddie Blaustein, Rachael Lillis, Jim Malone, and Norman Grossfeld, among others, did a commentary for Pokémon 4Ever. During this, Veronica revealed that she was embarrassed to do the voice of a male character, yet delighted to be a part of such a successful show.

Pokémon roles

Veronica Taylor's most famous roles in Pokémon were that of Ash Ketchum followed by Delia Ketchum and May. She played all three characters up until the end of season eight, when Pokémon USA took over the rights of the anime. Ash and Delia Ketchum's roles were taken over by Sarah Natochenny and May's roles were taken over by Michele Knotz. As of Season 14, she has not returned to do voices in the anime.

Humans

Major

Minor

Pokémon

Musical appearances in Pokémon

Video Games

  • Pokemon Puzzle League - Ash Ketchum

Famous non-Pokémon roles


Video games

  • Ape Escape 2 - Jimmy/Hikaru, Pink Monkey (as Kathleen McInerny) (uncredited)
  • Dissidia Final Fantasy - Cosmos (credited as Kathleen McInerny)
  • Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy - Cosmos (credited as Kathleen McInerny)
  • Zelda CD-i|Link: Faces of Evil - Lupay
  • Shadow Hearts - Alice Elliot
  • Tekken 6 - Leo Kliesen
  • Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion - Leo Kliesen
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 - Leo Kliesen
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Unlimited – Leo Kliesen
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2: Wii U Edition – Leo Kliesen
  • Tekken Revolution – List of characters in the Tekken series#Leo|Leo Kliesen
  • Tekken 3D: Prime Edition - Leo Kliesen
  • Valkyrie Profile - Freya, Jayle, and Aelia

Trivia

  • Veronica Taylor was interviewed in the special 10th anniversary issue of Beckett Pokémon Unofficial Collector.
  • Taylor's favorite Pokémon are Pikachu and Lapras.
  • On the Adventures in Voice Acting DVD, Veronica Taylor stated that after recording her lines as Ash for the pilot, she was fired, saying 4Kids wanted to hire a child instead. The idea was apparently rejected, since Veronica was rehired as Ash.
  • Sentret's voice is the unique combination of Veronica's voice and her daughter's voice.

External links

Project VA logo.png This article is part of Project VA, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each voice actor of the Pokémon anime.