|Born||January 23, 1977|
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Voice actress, production coordinator
|📆 Years active||1989–present|
Jessica Kardos (born January 23, 1977) is a Canadian voice actress and production coordinator, who is most noted for playing Sue Ellen Armstrong on Arthur since 2005, and in Postcards from Buster. She was the 3D production coordinator for the television series Tripping the Rift, having previously been its assistant production coordinator and 3D assistant coordinator as well as voicing several characters.
She is also the voice of Max in the English version of Kid Paddle, and Jen Larkin in What's with Andy?, and has guested as a voice on Zoboomafoo, Fred's Head, Mona the Vampire, Caillou, and Pig City (for which she was also a production assistant). She has played various other characters on Arthur, including Mean Sally, Marie-Helen, Little Boy Unicorn, Little Girl/Kodo, and Horror Movie Girl. Acting since the age of 12, she completed a BFA with a major in Theatre at Concordia University.
She provided the voice for Julie Hamel in the live-action film À vos marques, party! (2007), appeared as a dancer in the telefilm Zoya (1995), as a goth student in The Secret (2007), and nurse in I'm Not There (2007).
She also played Beth's friend in an episode of the popular Nickelodeon TV series Are You Afraid of the Dark even though she is uncredited.
Kardos worked as a production assistant for the television series Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension, as well as for Seriously Weird, and choreographer and production assistant for Pinocchio 3000 (2004). At Meteor Studios, she has been a human resources assistant for 300 and Journey 3-D, and effects production assistant for Fantastic Four (2005).
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