Felicia Day voices Ghoulia Yelps in Nickelodeon’s Monster High
Felicia Day is a diehard gamer with her career revolving around anything geek and gaming. Naturally, she should voice video gamer Ghoulia Yelps in Nickelodeon’s Monster High animated series.
Her character is described as “curious, clever with ultra-fast fingers. Ghoulia is a zombie and the top gamer at Gamer High.
The animated series is based on the toy line from Mattel. This new series is the second return of the Monster High brand.
Here is the description of the series:
Exploring the fun and harrowing world of high school for the offspring of zombies, ghouls, and other undead creatures. Following the day-to-day antics of Frankie Stein, who, along with friends Draculaura, Clawdeen, and Lagoona Blue, enjoys parties, gossip, and of course, crushes on “mansters” like Deuce Gorgon and pop singers like Justin Biter and the Juandice Brothers. Also adding to the fray is frenemy Cleo De Nile and her sidekick, Ghoulia Yelps. There’s never a dull moment, especially when they are under pressure to fit in, look good, be popular, and find a date, but it’s everything that high school should be.
The voice cast includes Courtney Lin, Gabrielle Nevaeh Green, Iris Menas, Valeria Rodriguez, and Kausar Mohammed.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with actress Felicia Day in her recurring role with Ghoulia Yelps. We talked about how relatable the character is to her in real life, voice acting, and the show itself.
Felicia Day appeared in many television shows and films, including Eureka, CW’s Supernatural, and SYFY’s The Magicians. Currently, she stars in the third season of Mystery Science Theatre: 3000, in which she also serves as a writer in the series. She voices over many animations and video game projects, including The Legend of Vox Machina, The Owl House, Spider-Man, Adventure Time, Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns, and Dragon Age II. She is best known for co-starring with Neil Patrick Harris for the Internet musical Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog and as the creator of the web series The Guild. In 2014, she also created the YouTube channel and production company Geek & Sundry which reached over 2 million subscribers before it was sold to Legendary Entertainment.
The Monster High animated series is currently playing on Nickelodeon.
Watch the exclusive interview with Felicia Day below. Let us know what you think of the interview.
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