Cindy Robinson

Actress

Biography

Cindy Robinson began her career as a stage actress. In New York she played leading roles in multiple shows on Broadway including Stephen Sondheim’s “Into The Woods,” “Peter Pan” and the Tony Award winning production of “Carousel” at Lincoln Center. When Cindy moved to Hollywood she used her talents to bring animated characters to life. Her voice can be heard on “Tutenstein,” “Scooby and Shaggy,” as Snow White’s Evil Stepmother in “Happily N’Ever After 2,” as Lois Lane and Brainiac for DC Comics “Superman: Red Son Rising” Pepper Potts in Marvel’s “Iron Man” and Mary Jane Watson in “Ultimate Spider-Man” as well as multiple voices in Mattel’s “Polly Pocket” and “Monster High.” She was also the voice of Leap in the very successful LeapFrog DVD franchise. Notable video game appearances include “BioShock 2”, “Fallout: New Vegas,” “Biohazard: Degeneration,” “Sonic Free Riders” and “Mass Effect 2” to name a few and she can also be heard in over 100 feature films and television shows such as “Entourage,” “Californication,” “The Good Wife,” “Crazy Heart,” “The Fighter” and NBC’s “Community.” And most notably, Cindy is the official voice of Betty Boop.

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