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Tara Strong

Tara Strong's biography

Tara Lyn Charendoff is 49 years old voice actor born at Toronto. She was born on Monday 12th of February 1973. Tara is often nicknamed as Tara Charendoff, Tara Lyn Charendoff, Tara Strong. According to year of birth 1973 Tara belongs to Generation X. Birthday on 12th of February means Tara is Aquarius. Aquarius is an Airy sign. They are smart thinkers, social, communicative, independent and intelligent people.

Tara is white canadian. Tara is citizen of United States of America. Tara is jewish. Her primary profession is to be voice actor. You can know Tara also as playback singer. She is recently known as stage actor.

Tara Strong's dad

Tara Strong's father's name is Syd Charendoff.

Tara Strong's mom

Tara Strong's mother's name is Lucy Charendoff.

Tara Strong's family

Tara has 2 sons.

Tara Strong's son: Sammy Strong

Tara Strong's son's name is Sammy Strong. He is known as actor. Tara´s son was born on Tuesday 5th of February 2002 in Vancouver.

Tara Strong's son: Aden Strong

Tara Strong's son's name is Aden Strong. He is known as actor. Tara´s son was born on Wednesday 25th of August 2004 in Vancouver.

Tara Strong's schools

We found 1 school She attended. Name of the school: Forest Hill Collegiate Institute.

Detailed informations about Tara´s schools

She studied high school - Forest Hill Collegiate Institute.

Tara Strong's career

Tara´s main focus is to be voice actor. She is famous thanks to Doing different voiceovers and Miss Collins in Big Time Rush. Maybe you are curious what instrument does Tara play ? Tara plays piano.

Is Tara Strong gay ?

Tara is known to be straight.

What else you don't know about Tara Strong ?

Her middle name is Lyn.

What Tara Strong has done for a first time

  • Auditioned for the role of Julia on Party of Five (1994). Her former roommate, Neve Campbell, got the part. Strong later guest-starred as Lorna in Party of Five: Homework (1994), the second episode of the first season.

Tara Strong's quotes

  • [Interview in "Working Mother" Magazine, July/August 2004]: My son is now old enough to respond to my work. To me, that's what it's all about.
  • Sometimes a role might be difficult on my throat.
  • Some shows, like PPG, tape in a group session, which is always more fun because you can play off each other.
  • Many people think voice over artists just read, there's much more to it. Without acting beats, scene study and improving skills, you won't make it.
  • In general, I find that for videos the acting is more realistic.
  • If I am not right for something there are many talented actors out there that will get it.
  • I'm not sure specifically but there's definitely parts of me in Rikku.
  • I usually have 10 different animation projects going at a time.
  • I think there are more female characters in video games now but I also think that's because video games in general are more diverse now.
  • I didn't record any additional dialogue for this CD, they are excerpts pulled from existing episodes.
  • Don't be afraid to look silly.
  • I think it's definitely beneficial for these characters to have good acting voices behind them and it affects the characters in a way that people can feel like they're part of the game and that they know these characters.
  • I had to make squirrel noises as Bubbles and without realizing it, I was making the face and putting my fingers up to my face to look like a squirrel and everyone made fun of me for the rest of the day.
  • Whenever you do an animated project or a voice-over project it's inevitable that part of your personality comes into play.
  • We really have a lot of fun at these sessions, we all get along and kid around with each other throughout the job.
  • We all sit in front of our mics and our scripts lay on music stands. Then the silliness begins!
  • There's a lot more to see when you're playing and because of the advances in technology it makes room for all kinds of new characters.
  • Start as early as you can. Make tapes of your characters.
  • It's a lot like working on the show except the stakes are higher and the adventure is greater.
  • See also Other Works |  Publicity Listings |  Official Sites

Tara Strong's height, weight, body shape, eye color

Lets describe how Tara Strong looks. We will focus on her height, weight, body shape, eye color and hair color. Tara is tall as 5' 2½" (159 cm). Tara weights 110lbs (50 kg). Body build is slim. Tara´s eyes are tinted brown - dark. Her hair is shade of blonde.

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