Tara Strong started her career at 13 with a guest-appearance in the TV-series ‘T. & T.’, a role in the stage-production 'The Music Man,' and the main voice-role in ‘Hello Kitty’s Furry Tale Theater’ (1987). She also featured in the Canadian-sitcom ‘Mosquito Lake’ (1989-1990).
Strong played voice-roles in several animation-series, including the superhero-series ‘X-Men’ (1993-1997) as ‘Illyana,’ ‘Gadget Boy & Heather’ (1995-1998), the educational-series ‘Little Bear’ (1995-2003), ‘Extreme Ghostbusters’ (1997), ‘Rugrats’ (1997-2004) and ‘All Grown Up’ (2003-2008), ‘The New Batman Adventures’ (1997-1999), and ‘Gotham Girls’ (2000-2002) and various roles in the animated-sitcom ‘King of the Hill’ (1998-2004).
Strong received ‘Annie Award’ nominations for voicing ‘Bubbles’ in the superhero-series ‘The Powerpuff Girls’ (1998-2005), various roles in ‘The Fairly OddParents’ (2001-2017), and ‘Annie and Emmy’ nominations for ‘Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks’ (2003-2007).
Strong also voiced ‘Ingrid’ in the animated-series ‘Fillmore!’ (2002-2004), then various roles in ‘Justice League’ (2003-2006), and ‘Teen Titans’ (2003-2006). After providing voice as ‘Terrence’ in ‘Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends’ (2004-2009), and as ‘Ben’ in ‘Ben 10’ (2005-2008) amongst numerous more, she earned nominations for ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’ (2012-2016), and ‘Teen Titans Go!’ (2013-present).
Strong provided voice in several animated feature-films, including various ‘Rugrats’ movies (1998, 2000, 2003), ‘The Powerpuff Girls Movie’ (2002), and earned accolades as ‘Twilight Sparkle’ in ‘My Little Pony: Equestria Girls’ (2013). She did English dubbing for the Japanese animated-films ‘Princess Mononoke’ (1999) and ‘Spirited Away’ (2002), and provided various voices in ‘Minions’ (2015), ‘The Secret Lives of Pets’ (2016), ‘The Boss Baby’ (2017), ‘Teen Titans Go! To the Movies’ (2018).
Strong received ‘Annie Award’ nominations for voicing ‘Melody’ in ‘The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea’ (2000). Her other animated films include ‘Tom & Jerry: The Magic Ring’ (2002), ‘Tarzan & Jane’ (2002), ‘Batman: My Story of Batwoman’ (2003), ‘The Proud Family Movie’ (2005), ‘Wonder Woman’ (2009), ‘Twinkle Toes’ (2011), and others.
Strong also voiced a number of video games and won ‘Interactive Achievement Award’ for her role as ‘Rikku’ in the role-playing video game ‘Final Fantasy X-2’ (2003). She portrayed live-roles in ‘Family Pictures,’ ‘Forever Knight,’ ‘3rd Rock From Sun,’ ‘Sabrina Goes to Rome,’ ‘Sabrina Down Under,’ and more. Presently she is seen in Canadian police-drama series ‘Pretty Hard Cases’ (2021-present).
Daydreamer Walter Mitty, the negative assets manager of Life magazine, finds his job at risk when the publication decides to go online. Matters complicate further when the negative 25 which is to be used for the cover of the last edition goes missing. To find Sean, the photographer, Walter steps out of his ordinary life and embarks on a real life adventurous journey around the world.
John Bennett, as a child, wished that his teddy bear came to life, which was miraculously granted. He grows up into a pothead who spends most of his time drinking beer and smoking weed with Ted. However, John's life turns into a nightmare when he must choose between his crude friend and his steady girlfriend of four years.
Ted and Tami-Lynn marry and a year later decide to adopt a child. However, Ted is a talking teddy bear and not a real person, so he is denied permission. Even his marriage and job is cancelled. Ted and his best friend, John, now employ a novice lawyer Samantha to fight for his civil rights in court. However, there are obstacles in way.
Simon, is a genetically enhanced solider who feels no pain but comes across as a mild-mannered librarian. He fights his former comrades as a masked hero when the members of his squad start murdering drug dealers.
Ten year old Chihiro and her parents find themselves in a deserted amusement park. Overruling their daughter’s objections, her parents eat at an empty restaurant and turn into pigs. Chihiro, with the help of Haku, realises that she has entered a world inhabited by demons, spirits and evil gods. She must now figure out a way to rescue her parents and return to human world.
Mononoke-hime also known as Princess Mononoke is a Japanese animated classic. It follows the journey of the Emishi prince Ashitaka, who finds himself in the midst of war between forest gods and humans. In his quest to find a cure for a deadly curse, he comes up against San, the Mononike Hime and they unite to end the war.
This Japanese animated drama film is about Taeko Okajima, who takes a trip outside her native Tokyo, when she travels to rural Yamagata, to visit her sister’s family. During her train journey, she daydreams about her childhood, and soon she starts wondering if her stress-filled adult life is really what she wanted for herself.
In a prehistoric Earth 20,000 years ago, all the animals are migrating south to find shelter from the approaching Ice Age. Following an attack by a Smilodon pack, an infant is separated from a tribe of Neanderthals and is being hunted by a sabertooth named Diego, but is rescued by Manny the mammoth and Sid the sloth.
This prequel to Monsters, Inc. looks back at a time when legendary scarers Mike and Sully were learning scare tactics at Monsters University as students. A bitter rivalry starts between the two when Sully, an overconfident natural-born scarer, tells the rather cute-looking one-eyed monster Mike that he cannot be a scarer no matter how hard he studies.
Buster Moon, an impresario koala who owns a struggling theater in the city of Calatonia inhabited by anthropomorphic animals, decides to host a singing competition with a prize of $1,000. However, when his assistant misprints the fliers to inflate the amount hundred times, the optimistic koala struggles to gather the amount as hopeful participants flock to his theater.
White shepherd puppy Bolt, the star of an action television series with his owner, Penny, believes that his superpowers are real. After he is mistakenly shipped from Hollywood to the streets of New York, he comes to terms with the reality of his powers as he teams up with a cat and a hamster to return home.
A spoilt Jack Russel Terrier named Max finds himself in trouble because of the cat Ozone, when he tries to get rid of Max, his owner’s new dog. When they are rescued on their way to the pound by the leader of abandoned pets, a rabbit named Snowball, they must find a way back to their home.
Based on the famous folktale, the film shows Little Red Riding Hood arriving at her Granny’s home only to find Big Bad Wolf impersonating as the old woman. As the wolf tries to attack her, Granny jumps out of the closet and an axe-wielding woodman jumps in through the window. When the police arrive at the scene they start asking everyone their version of the story.
Based on the animated television series of the same name, this adaption chronicles the circumstances that led three young girls to obtain their special powers to defeat an evil mutant monkey.
From time immemorial, Minions have served despicable masters from T-rex to Napoleon, but are now master-less after managing to always harm their masters in some way. While searching for a new evil boss, Kevin, Stuart and Bob join the service of Scarlett Overkill, but enrage her with more blunders, threatening the survivals of their entire species.
Former super-villain turned agent for Anti-Villain League (AVL), Gru, is fired by the AVL for failing to capture Balthazar Bratt, a former child actor turned evil. While the mischievous minions hope, Gru will now return to crime, instead, he travels to Freedonia to meet his long lost twin brother, Dru, and they team up to bring Balthazar down.
Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo, the four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have grown apart since their last adventure. But when the world is threatened by an army of ancient monsters, they must not only unite, but must also strengthen their bond if they want to stand against it.
Based on Dr. Seuss’ 1957 book, Grinch Stole Christmas, the story centers on a green colored, pot-bellied creature called Grinch, who lives in isolation with his faithful dog. He becomes furious when his neighbors, a bunch of warm hearted humanoids called the Whos, start celebrating Christmas noisily, and decides to sabotage it.
A group of not so obedient toddlers, Rugrats, go to explore Paris. While they roam around and travel from Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame, they learn new and valuable lessons about love, loyalty and trust.
Based on the animated TV series Rugrats that aired on Nickelodeon, The Rugrats Movie is an animated musical comedy film, which revolves around few toddlers who get lost in the forest. Meanwhile, their parents also discover their disappearance and try to find them.
Smurfs: The Lost Village is an animated adventure comedy film which tells the story of a group of friends who search for a lost village, in the Forbidden Forest, with the help of a mysterious map. When Gargamel, an evil wizard, comes to know about it, he thinks of a plan to stop them.
Eliza is a kid who possesses extraordinary powers to communicate with animals. She has a sister Debbie, and although she doesn’t get along with her, when Debbie is in danger, their relationship is tested when it seems that Eliza might have to give up her power for good.
The Emoji Movie is a comedy-drama film, which tells the story of Gene, a multi-expressional emoji, who lives in a teenager’s smartphone. He wants to become a normal emoji likes his parents, and therefore he sets out on a journey.