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Cathy Weseluck

Cathy Weseluck
Weseluck at the 2012 Summer BronyCon Convention
Born Catherine Weseluck
(1970-08-21) August 21, 1970
Other names Catherine Weseluck
Kathy Weseluck
Katherine Weseluck
Occupation Actress, director, singer, comedian
Years active 1986-present

Catherine "Cathy" Weseluck (born August 21, 1970) is a Canadian actress, director, singer, voice artist, and comedian who frequently works with Ocean Productions in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is known with providing the voice for characters in various anime series.


  • Early life 1
  • Career 2
    • Radio 2.1
    • Voice acting 2.2
  • Filmography 3
    • Web Productions 3.1
    • Anime 3.2
    • Other animations 3.3
    • Live-action 3.4
  • Video games 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Early life

Weseluck was born Catherine Weseluck in Canada on August 21, 1970.

Weseluck has Russian ancestry. Her relatives from the Russian Empire or the Soviet Union (now territory Belarus).[1][2]



Before becoming a voice actress, Weseluck was an associate producer at CBC Radio until one of the hosts encouraged her to try voice acting.[3] Her first voice work was a radio spot for the Vancouver Centre Mall.

Voice acting

Weseluck has provided voices for many cartoon and anime series. She has provided the voice of Mirai Yashima in Mobile Suit Gundam, Dorothy Catalonia and Catherine Bloom in Gundam Wing, Near in Death Note, Shampoo in Ranma ½, Kagome's mother in InuYasha, Misa Takatsuki in Project ARMS, and Kid Trunks, Chaotzu, and Puar in Dragonball Z (among many others). She also voices Spike and the Mayor of Ponyville in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.

In addition to her voice-over work, she is also a voice director and instructor. She served as singing director on My Little Pony Tales and dubbing director on Billy the Cat.


Web Productions


Other animations


Video games


  1. ^ Interview with Cathy Weseluck. Radio Everypony Ru — YouTube
  2. ^ "Did you know my heritate is Belarus?". Cathy Weseluck — Twitter
  3. ^ RumicWorld Interview

External links

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