Betty Jean Ward (actress)

Betty Jean Ward (actress)

Betty Jean Ward (professionally known by her initials B. J. Ward) is an American actress. She is the creator and star of "Stand-Up Opera", a musical one-woman show, as well as being a licensed pilot and former Playboy bunny.


Ward is married to Gordon Hunt.

Voiceover Work

Ward is best known as a voice actress. Her notable animation voice credits include:

* Scarlett on ""
* The title role on "Jana of the Jungle"
* Wonder Woman on the final two seasons of "Super Friends" and the 1988 Superman series
* M3 on the 1995 "" episode "The Lion and the Unicorn"
* Velma in the "Scooby-Doo" direct-to-video films
*Princess Allura, Witch Haggar and all female voices on "Voltron" (American Version)
* Whopper on "Pound Puppies"
* Mage, Halinor on "W.I.T.C.H."
* Small Foot on "Challenge of the GoBots"
* singing voice of Judy Jetson in "Rockin' With Judy Jetson"
* Witch Hag in "Samurai Jack" (Episode XXX)She has also done voices for video games, including:
* "Stonekeep"
* "Grandia II"
* "Dark Chronicle"
* "Jade Empire"
* "Demon Stone"
* ""
* ""
* ""
* "Onimusha 3, "
* The opening narration to Disneyland's nighttime show Fantasmic.

External links

* [ B.J. Ward Now]
* [ Stand-Up Opera]
* [ B.J. Ward at Voice Chasers]

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