Alicyn Packard


Personal Info

  • Birth Name: Alicyn Diane Packard
  • Height: 5' 2" (1.57 m)


Alicyn Packard is an award-winning voice actress, comedian, musician, and writer. Alicyn’s voice can be heard on popular animated television series including NBC & Spouts’ Poppy Cat (Alma), Space Racers (Robyn), and Cartoon Networks’ The Tom and Jerry Show (Toodles). Packard also starred in Cartoon Networks’ The Mr. Men Show (2008-2009) as Little Miss Sunshine, Little Miss Naughty and Little Miss Whoops. She voiced roles for Disney’s Pixie Hollow Games (Zepher), Nickelodeon’s Olivia (Connor & Caitlyn), and the animated short film An Okay Place to Eat. In 2014, Alicyn was recognized for her promo work with a Voice Arts Award nomination. Additional promo and commercial credits include McDonalds, Target, ABC, Dunkin Donuts, CVS, Disney, Nick Jr., Vongo, Starz, WB, Sara Lee, HealthNet, and Taco Bell. Alicyn has also voiced various Books on Tape including the bestseller Lucky Us by Amy Bloom. Perhaps most recognizable to video game enthusiasts for her role as the Female Blood Elf in World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade. Additionally, Alicyn lends her voice to Prince of Persia: Warrior Within, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard, Star Ocean and Vandal Hearts. As a stand-up comedian, Alicyn has graced the stages of The World Famous Improv, The Comedy Store, The Purple Onion, and has been featured on videos on Funny or Die. On screen, she has starred in the award-winning indie comedy feature Alondra Smiles, the psychological thriller, World Full of Nothing, as well as originating the role of Jenn in the world-premiere of cosmic rock musical Earth Sucks. Alicyn’s abilities have allowed for her to smoothly transition into the world of writing. Her original video shorts, featured on her YouTube Channel are written, produced and directed by Alicyn. In addition Alicyn also penned the “Snowflake Lake” episode for Poppy Cat. Alicyn was born and raised in Hanson, Massachusetts and received her degree at Emerson College, where her talent was discovered as a DJ on local radio station WERS. Packard resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two cats, Monkee and Foley.