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Elisa Gabrielli

Elisa Gabrielli
Born Elisa Pensler Gabrielli
Nationality American
Other names Elisa P. Gabrielli
Occupation Actress
Voice artist
Comedian
Years active 1988 – present
Spouse(s) Floyd VanBuskirk (?-present)
Website
http://www.elisagabrielli.com/

Elisa Gabrielli is an American actress, voice artist, and comedian, who voiced the character of Sarena Sanchez in W.I.T.C.H., as well as "Pepper" Potts in the animated movie The Invincible Iron Man, among other roles. Gabrielli also played the part of Miss Linley in The Brady Bunch Movie. In the 2005 animated film Madagascar, she was the voice of Nana, which became a breakout character that she voiced again in the 2008 sequel, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa.[1]

Filmography

Live acting

Film

Television

Voice artist

Video games

Film

Television

Additional Dialog Recording

References

  1. ^ Liu, Ed (2009-02-24). """Toon Zone Interviews Elisa Gabrielli on Being Nana in "Madagascar 2. Toon Zone News. Toon Zone LLC. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 

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