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Who Is The Voice Of Azula In Avatar ?

Azula’s Character- Azula is younger sister of Zuko and is a perfectionist in fire bending. That’s why she is most adored in her family. She was fourteen years old when Prince Zuko left the country. She is shown as very cunning and a power hungry girl. She attacked and defeated Aang along with Iroh and Zuko. But later on gave all the credit to Zuko of killing Avatar.

She explains it as she doesn’t need to do something additional to win love of hr father, but Zuko needs this. Later on it is revealed that she knows that if Avatar survived then all the glory of Zuko will turn into shame and this way she snatched away the throne from Zuko forever. Later on when she is about to be crowned, Zuko arrives there and Azula challenges him for Agni Kai, in which Zuko and Katara defeat her with their cunning techniques and in the end Azula becomes insane and she never appeared in the rest of seasons. It is heard that she has been sent to Fire nation Mental Health Facility on a nearby Island.

Grey Delisle- Voice of Azula

Birthday- August 24, 1973

Birth Place- Fort Ord, California.

Career- She is a multi-talented lady. She is an American singer, songwriter and voice actress. Initially she was in The Cure Band and later in her teens she started singing old Gospel tunes and joined Stand –up comedy. Her imitating skills brought her entry into the world of Voice acting. She was announced as Superstar voice actress by anime news network after her work in The Fairy Oddparents, What’s New Scooby Doo?, and Clifford: The Big Red Dog. She has also voiced for a number of Video games including popular Star-Wars games. Recently she has voiced for Azula in Avatar– The Last Air Bender. She is also known for her voice work for Mandy in The Grim Adventures of Bill and Mandy. It will not be wrong to say that her voice has been used in the most of animated series, films and Video games of America.

Also Read biography of  Aang, Dee Bradley Baker and Scott Grimes .

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After earning a BA in Communications, Mary began his professional career in the Barre Red Barons’ front office. He later worked as a print sports writer. Mary became a state licensed school teacher, the author of the children’s book Maddie: Teaching Tolerance with a Smile, and a credentialed sports columnist. He’s also been a longtime soap opera loyalist.

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