Melissa continues her winning ways in animation and commercial voice work while breaking ground as the leading female artist voicing film trailers today.
Best Actress in an Animated Series at THE WIN AWARDS honoring women in entertainment.
"Widely regarded as the most successful female voiceover artist working today." Variety Magazine
Live Announcer for The Academy Awards, EMMY Awards and The Billboard Music Awards.
Her Animation fans know and love her as the coolest queen of the nerds, Ginger Foutley from Nickelodeon's 3-time Emmy nominated series "As Told By Ginger" as well as The Simpson's, Max Lucado's Hermie & Friends, Superman, Jakers! with Mel Brooks, Baulder's Gate II (Imoen), Batman, Winnie the Pooh, Disney's 102 Dalmatians.
“The Gone in Sixty Seconds” trailer was voiced by Melissa Disney, regarded as among the best in the biz.”
— Caroline Ryder, Variety Magazine – Nov 11, 2008
“Melissa Disney, starring voice of the Nickelodeon series, As Told By Ginger, is credited for shattering an unwritten ban on women voicing action trailers, (Key Art Award winner for Best Trailer – Gone in 60 Seconds with Nicholas Cage). If that were not enough, she went on to win a Golden Trailer Award (Best Voiceover) for her work on the Warner Bros. Pictures’ 2001 movie Valentine.”
— Natasha Emmons, Hollywood Reporter
Melissa will forever been known as the 1st female voice of Movie trailers, winning the Golden Trailer Award for her work in Gone in 60 Seconds" starring Nicolas Cage and catching the attention of Tom Cruise for "Mission Impossible."
Musically speaking you've heard her as the iconic Singing voice of Disney's Snow White, the "princess" voice for toys & albums, Disney theme park rides- Golden Zepher, Captain EO & A Bug's Life. Her original album "Sweet Faith" is available on iTunes.
Commercial campaigns include McDonald's, Sprint with Little Richard, Ford with John Corbett, Hallmark, Pepsi and many more.
Other Film and TV credits include The Comeback Kids (pilot), Nickelodeon's "iCarly", Lake Bell's "ln a World", and award winning shorts "The Butterfly Circus" and "Up in the Air."
It's in the genes! Her grandmother was a silent film star named Toy Gallagher, her mother is actress Louise Gallagher and Yes! She's related to Walt Disney
Link to animation voice over work