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Veronica Taylor’s height is 5ft 7in (1.7 m)

Veronica Taylor is an American voice actress known for her dubbing work in English-language adaptations of Japanese anime, in particular for voicing Ash Ketchum in the Pokémon anime for the first eight seasons.

Veronica Taylor

Best Known For Movie: Pokémon: The First Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back
Born: April 9, 1978 , New York City, New York, United States
Filmography: Astroblast! (2014), Axel: The Biggest Little Hero (2014), Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal (2014), Freedom Force (2013), Mirage (2012/II), Ikki tousen: Shugaku Toshi Keppu-roku (2011), The Painting (2011), Chuck Vanderchuck’s Something Something Explosion (2011), Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy (2011), The Lift (2010), Animals United (2010), Ikki tousen: Xtreme Xecutor (2010), Iron Man: Extremis (2010), Welcome to the Space Show (2010), Turtles Forever (2009), Fizzy’s Lunch Lab (2009), Tekken 6 (2009), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up (2009), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled (2009), Kurokami: The Animation (2009), Slayers Evolution-R (2009), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003-2009), Dissidia: Final Fantasy (2008), Little Spirit: Christmas in New York (2008), Slayers Revolution (2008), Joe vs. Joe Vol. 4-6 (2008), Mia and the Migoo (2008), Joe vs. Joe Vol. 1-3 (2008), Impy’s Wonderland (2008), Eiga de tôjô! Tamagotchi dokidoki! Uchû no maigotchi?! (2007), Dinosaur King (2007), Ikki tôsen: Dragon destiny (2007), Love Suicides (2007), Ratatoing (2007), Winx Club (2004-2007), Spectropia (2006), G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 (2006), Pokémon Chronicles (2006), One Piece: Grand Adventure (2006), Pokémon (1998-2006), Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (2005-2006), One Piece: Pirates Carnival (2005), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare (2005), Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (2005), Munto: Toki no kabe o koete (2005), One Piece: Rush Gurabato! Rush (2005), TMNT: Mutant Melee (2005), F-Zero GP Legend (2004-2005), Kakurenbo (2005), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus (2004), Ninja Nonsense (2004), Gekijouban Poketto monsutâ Adobansu jenerêshon: Rekkuu no houmonsha Deokishisu (2004), Hi no tori (2004), Cubix: Robots for Everyone (2002-2003), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003), The Fight for the Fox Box (2003), Hammerboy (2003), Pokémon: Jirachi – Wish Maker (2003), Pokémon Channel (2003), Fighting Cooking Legend Bistro Recipe (2001-2003), One Piece (2000-2003), The World of Narue (2003), The Boy Who Wanted to Be a Bear (2002), Ultimate Muscle: The Kinnikuman Legacy (2002), Ape Escape 2 (2002), Camp Pikachu (2002), Pokémon Heroes (2002), Samurai Deeper Kyo (2002), Tokyo Mew Mew (2002), Arcade Gamer Fubuki (2002), Shaman King (2001-2002), Shichinin no Nana (2002), Piano: The Melody of a Young Girl’s Heart (2002), Kai doh maru (2001), Hoshi no Kirby (2001), Yûgiô: Duel Monsters (2001), Pikachu’s PikaBoo (2001), Pokémon 4: The Movie (2001), Shadow Hearts (2001), Alien Nine (2001), Maetel Legend (2000), Pokémon: Vol. 21: Po-Ke Corral (2000), Pokémon Puzzle League (2000), Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns (2000), Angel Sanctuary (2000), Pokémon 3: The Movie (2000), Pokémon: Vol. 1: I Choose You! Pikachu! (1999), Valkyrie Profile (1999), Pikachu’s Winter Vacation 2 (1999), Pokemon: Power of One (1999), To Heart (1999), Ojamajo Doremi (1999), Harlock Saga: Nibelung no yubiwa ‘Rhein no ôgon’ (1999), Himiko-den (1999), His and Her Circumstances (1998-1999), Slay T (1998), Pikachu’s Winter Vacation (1998), Pikachu’s Vacation (1998), Pokémon: The First Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back (1998), A Sneak Peek at Pokémon (1998), Slay N (1997), Berserk (1997), Slayers Try (1997), Janguru taitei (1997), Yûsha ô Gaogaigar (1997), Slayers Next (1996), Twin Angels 3 (1995), The Slayers (1995), Twin Angels (1995), Yu Yu Hakusho: Fight for the Netherworld (1994), Art of Fighting (1993), Tama of Third Street: Have You Seen My Tama? (1993), Sailor Moon (1993), The Irresponsible Captain Tylor (1993), Seiden RG Veda (1992), The Weathering Continent (1992), Gall Force: Earth Chapter (1991), Mobile Police Patlabor 2 (1990), Gall Force: Earth Chapter (1989), Rhea Gall Force (1989), Patlabor: The Mobile Police (1989), Legend of Lemnear (1989), Mobile Police Patlabor (1988), Zeoraima: Project Hades (1988), Grave of the Fireflies (1988), Area 88: The Blue Skies of Betrayal (1985), Kenji Miyazawa’s Night on the Galactic Express (1985), GoShogun: The Time Étranger (1985), Magic Trip (2011), Adventures in Voice Acting (2008), Anime: Drawing a Revolution (2007), Harlock Saga: Behind the Scenes (2001), Pokémon (2006), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2005).
Other Names: Kathleen McInerney, Kathleen Mcinerney, B. Simpson
Astrological Sign: Aries
Occupation: Voice Actress
Spouse: Dan Chruscinski
TV shows: Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns,
Books: Pokemon Advanced Battle, Vol. 4: Eight Ain’t Enough
Height: 5ft 7in (1.7 m)

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