Zanni, Chiara 1978(?)-

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Zanni, Chiara 1978(?)-

PERSONAL

Born July 19, 1978 (some sources cite December 26, 1976), in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Career:

Actress and voice artist.

Awards, Honors:

Winner of Search for a Star talent contest, 1980s.

CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series:

Voice of Alex, Camp Candy (animated), NBC, 1989-91.

Voices of Bon Bon and other characters, My Little Pony Tales (animated), Disney Channel, 1992-95.

Voice of Amanda Carey, Hurricanes (animated), syndicated, c. 1993-97.

Voice of Yuriko Asai for English version, Hana yori dango (anime; also known as Boys over Flowers and Meteor Garden), beginning 1996, originally broadcast in Japan by TV Tokyo, 1996-97.

Voice of Faina S. Shinozaki for English version, Mugen no rivaiasu (anime; also known as Infinite Ryvius), 1999-2000, originally broadcast in Japan.

Voice of Ruby, Rainbow Fish (animated), TeleToon (Canada) and HBO Family Channel, beginning 2000.

Voices of Jubilee and Jubilation Lee, X-Men: Evolution (animated), The WB, 2000-2003.

Voices of Yura of the Demon Hair, Hakudoshi, and the infant for English version, Inuyasha (anime; also known as Inu Yasha), Cartoon Network, 2000-2004, also broadcast on YTV (Canada), originally broadcast in Asia.

Voice of Amy, Zoids/ZERO (anime; also known as Zoids, ZOIDS New Century/Zero, Kiju shinseiki Zoid, and Zoids shinseiki/zero), Cartoon Network, YTV (Canada), and broadcast in Japan, beginning 2001.

Voice of Mimi Morton, What about Mimi? (animated), TeleToon (Canada) and other networks, beginning 2001.

Girl in clutches and Kasumi, The SoulTaker (anime), TechTV, beginning c. 2001 and broadcast on other networks, originally broadcast in Japan by WoWow, 2001.

Maggie Buckman, Edgemont, CBC and Fox Family Channel, c. 2001-2003.

Voice of Hamtaro, Hamtaro (anime; also known as Trotting Hamtaro and Tottoko Hamutaro), Cartoon Network, beginning 2002, also broadcast by YTV (Canada), originally broadcast by TV Tokyo, 2000-2006.

Voice of Irma Gobb, Mr. Bean: The Animated Series (animated; also known as Mr Bean and Mr. Bean), Independent Television (England), 2002-2003.

Voice of Reggie Bullnerd, ChalkZone (animated), Nickelodeon, 2002-2004.

Voice of Petunia, Baby Looney Tunes (animated), Cartoon Network, 2002-2005.

Voice of Amy, Zoids: Fuzors (anime), Cartoon Network, 2003, TV Tokyo, 2004 05.

Voice of Ruby Star, Trollz, TeleToon (Canada), beginning 2005, syndicated, 2005-2006, and CBS, 2006-2007.

Voice of the emperor's servant, Samurai 7 (anime), Independent Film Channel, beginning 2006, originally broadcast in Japan, beginning 2004.

Voices of Eva and Molly, Oban Star-Racers (anime; also known as Oban, Star-Racers), various networks, including NHK BS-2 (Japan), France 3, ABC Family Channel, and Family Channel (Canada), beginning 2006.

Voice of third bowler, Tenjho Tenge (anime; also known as Heaven and Earth), Fuse and G4techTV Canada, beginning 2007, originally broadcast in Japan by Nagoya Broadcasting Network and TV Asahi, beginning 2004.

Amy, About a Girl, CanWest Global Television and The N (Noggin), beginning 2007.

Voice of Alice, Ricky Sprocket, Showbiz Boy (animated; also known as Ricky Sprocket), TeleToon (Canada) and Nicktoons, beginning 2007.

Voice of Kani, Sushi Pack (animated), CBS, beginning 2007.

Voice of Piper, Storm Hawks (animated), Cartoon Network, beginning 2007.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Helen, Bye Bye Birdie (musical), ABC, 1995.

Kelly, Perfect Little Angels, Fox Family Channel, 1998.

Sherry, Every Mother's Worst Fear, USA Network, 1998.

(Uncredited) Alida Zecchi, Come l'America (also known as Almost America), 2001.

Gail, Shadow Realm (consists of "Patterns," "The Maze," "Harmony," and "Voices," all episodes of the television series Night Visions), Sci-Fi Channel, c. 2002.

Heather Tibbs, 1st to Die (also known as Always a Bridesmaid, First to Die, F1rst to Die, and James Patterson's "F1rst to Die"), NBC, 2003.

India (pretty activist), Critical Assembly (also known as Autoalarm in San Francisco and Ground Zero), NBC, 2003.

Olivia, The Stranger beside Me (also known as Ann Rule Presents: "The Stranger beside Me"), USA Network, 2003.

Voice of Princess Kyra, Dragons: Fire & Ice (animated; also known as Dragons—Feu et glace), TeleToon (Canada), 2004.

Voice of Dart, A Fairytale Christmas (animated), [Canada], 2005.

Voice of Princess Kyra, Dragons II: The Metal Ages (animated), YTV (Canada), 2005.

Chelsea Fordham, Murder on Spec (also known as Trophy Wife), Lifetime, 2006.

Heather, I Know What I Saw (also known as Post Mortem), Lifetime, 2007.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Voice of fan girl, "Hard Times for Haggis," The Ren & Stimpy Show (animated), Nickelodeon, 1994.

Ellen, "Swiss You Were Here," Breaker High, UPN, 1997.

Rebecca, "Fear City," Night Man (also known as NightMan), syndicated, 1998.

Teenager, "Jane Doe: Part 1," Cold Squad (also known as Files from the Past, Cold Squad, brigade speciale, and Halott uegyek), CTV (Canada), 1998.

Voice of baby banana, "Family Business/1,000 Years of Courage," Courage the Cowardly Dog (animated), Cartoon Network, 2000.

Voice of garfraff girl, "[email protected]," The Weekenders (animated; also known as Disney's "The Weekenders"), Disney Channel, 2000.

Voice of young Eustace, "Curse of Shirley/Courage in the Big Stinkin' City," Courage the Cowardly Dog (animated), Cartoon Network, 2000.

Ashara, "Forest for the Trees," The Immortal, syndicated, 2001.

Cute girl, "The Professionals," The Chris Isaak Show, Showtime, 2001.

Voice of Nicki, "A Crown for Princess Kidoodle/Three's a Crowd," Dragon Tales (animated), PBS, 2001.

Voices of garfae girl and second kid at store, "Secret Admirer," The Weekenders (animated; also known as Disney's "The Weekenders"), Disney Channel, 2001.

Voice of girl at bus station, "Runaway," Transformers: Armada (anime; also known as Super Living-Robot Transformer The Legend of Micron Transformers: Micron Legend, Cho robotto seimeitai transformer micron densetsu, and Toransufoma: Arumada), Cartoon Network, 2003, also broadcast by YTV (Canada), and broadcast by TV Tokyo.

Waitress, "The Dress," Edgemont, CBC and Fox Family Channel, 2003.

Voice of first ninja, "The Wizard's Baker," Home Movies (animated; also known as Cine-Maniac), Cartoon Network, 2004.

Voice of baby at sea, "Ocean," Wonder Showzen (also known as Kids' Show), MTV2, 2005.

Voice of pizza boy, "Slumber Party/Spelling Bees," The Buzz on Maggie (animated; also known as Disney's "The Buzz on Maggie"), Disney Channel, 2005.

Claire, "Inked," Godiva's, Bravo, 2006.

Melena, "Sateda," Stargate: Atlantis (also known as Atlantis, Csillagkapu—Atlantisz, La porte d'Atlantis, and Stargaate: Atlaantis), Sci-Fi Channel, 2006.

Tracy, "Simon Said," Supernatural (also known as Sobrenatural), The CW, 2006.

Voice of pee wee football player, "Woofie Loves Snoop," Where My Dogs At? (animated), MTV2, 2006.

Voice of Ravess, "InFinnity," Storm Hawks (animated), Cartoon Network, 2007.

Appeared as Gail, "Harmony," an episode of Night Visions (also known as Night Terrors and Nightvisions), Fox, combined with "The Maze," "Patterns," and "Voices," all other episodes of Night Visions, to form the television movie Shadow Realm, Sci-Fi Channel, c. 2002.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Voice of the Pokey Little Puppy, Little Golden Book Land (animated; also known as Little Golden Bookland), syndicated, 1989.

Amy, "About a Pilot," About a Girl, CanWest Global Television and The N (Noggin), 2007.

Television Additional Voices; Animated Series:

Conan and the Young Warriors, CBS, 1994.

Mummies Alive!, syndicated, 1997.

Generation O!, YTV (Canada) and The WB, 2000-2001.

Sitting Ducks, Cartoon Network, 2001-2004.

Film Appearances:

Ruby's roommate, Prozac Nation, Miramax, 2001.

Nun, 40 Days and 40 Nights (also known as 40 jours et 40 nuits), Miramax, 2002.

Voice of Hahlii, Bionicle: Mask of Light (animated; also known as Bionicle: Mask of Light—The Movie), Miramax Home Entertainment, 2003.

White House tour guide, X2 (also known as X-2, X-Men 2, X-Men 2: X-Men United, X2: X-Men United, X-Mehed 2, and X2: X-Men unis), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2003.

Natasha, Have You Heard? Secret Central, Hasbro, 2004.

Voice of Amarinth, Ark (anime), Creative Light Worldwide, 2004.

Female dancer, Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical (musical; also known as Reefer Madness and Kifferwahn), 2005.

Voice of Shani, 2 Cool at the Pocket Plaza (animated short film), Mattel, 2005.

Voice of Triple Treat, My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas (animated short film), Paramount Home Entertainment, 2005.

Voices of Dahlia and third pixie, Barbie: Fairytopia (animated), Lions Gate Films, 2005.

Voice of Kit, Boom Boom Sabotage (animated), FUNimation Entertainment, 2006.

Voice of Nori, Barbie: Mermaidia (animated), Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2006.

Voice of Princess Edeline, Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses (animated), Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2006.

Voice of Raquelle, Barbie Diaries (animated), Family Home Entertainment, 2006.

Voice of Shani, Pollyworld (animated), 2006.

Goldy Shapiro, Love and Other Dilemmas, THINKFilm, 2006, Maple Pictures, 2008.

Bride, Good Luck Chuck (also known as The Warm-Up Guy), Lions Gate Films, 2007.

Voice of Mariposa, Barbie Mariposa and Her Butterfly Fairy Friends (animated), Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 2008.

Some sources state that Zanni provided voices for other productions.

Film Work:

Additional voices, Mummies Alive! The Legend Begins (animated; consists of episodes of the television series), Buena Vista Home Video, 1998.

RECORDINGS

Video Games:

Some sources state that Zanni provided the voice of a fairy for Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc, Ubi Soft, 2003.