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Interview with Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
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Publish-date-icon September 8, 2007
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Tony Blass, Sadie Blass and Nick Letham interview Mary Elizabeth McGlynn. In a lively and heartfelt discussion, McGlynn talks about her experiences as an onscreen actress (Walker, Texas Ranger, Star Trek Voyager, Quantum Leap, Murder, She Wrote) and voice actress (Ghost in the Shell, Wolf's Rain, Digimon, Witch Hunter Robin, Princess Mononoke)
and her decision to go full time behind the scenes, directing and writing numerous anime series. She talks at length about her experiences directing Naruto and its similarity to, among other things, Harry Potter.

Mary Elizabeth McGlynn is an experienced American voice actress, ADR director, writer and singer best known for her extensive English-language dubbing of various anime, and her singing in Silent Hill 3, Silent Hill 4: The Room, and Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME. She provided vocals for some music tracks in the movie adaptation of Silent Hill.

Her directing credits include Naruto, "Kaubôi bibappu" (aka Cowboy Bebop), Korobotto adobencha (aka Tokobot Plus: Mysteries of the Karakuri), Spy Hunter: Nowhere to Run, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War, Castlevania and "Jikû tantei Genshi-kun" (aka Flint: The Time Detective, aka Time Detective Genshi

Mary Elizabeth McGlynn has also been credited as Melissa Williamson and Anna Top.

Thank you to Chase Wang of BAM! Marketing, Publicity & Promotions.

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