She is a widely renowned voice actress in Canada, providing voices in various animes, cartoons and films, such as Scarlett Witch and Callisto from "X-Men: The Animated Series", Champ Bear from "The Care Bears", Eddie from "Little People", Snowy from "The Adventures of Tintin", various characters from the "Strawberry Shortcake" specials from the 1980's, Angel from "Rock & Rule", Beatrice 'Bea' Bear (Bear's little sister) from "Franklin the Turtle" (on occasions) and Sailor Jupiter/Lita/Makoto from the DIC dub of "Sailor Moon".
However, her most notable voice in her acting career goes back to 1987 when she voiced Melissa Raccoon for the hit Canadian show "The Raccoons" created by Kevin Gillis, voicing the character for a record amount of 5 years until the show ended in 1991.
- James (Thomas and the Magic Railroad; final cut)
- She was hired when test audiences turned down Michael Angelis for sounding too old.
- During an interview with SiF, she stated that she originally tried out voicing James as he was her favourite character.
- She and Linda Ballantyne worked together along with Salty's Lighthouse voice actress Lenore Zann and voiced characters from "The Avengers: United They Stand".
- She, Charles Falzon, Ben Small and David Holt worked on "Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs".
- She, along with Salty's Lighthouse voice actors Ian James Corlett, Terry Klassen and Gary Chalk voiced characters from "Barbie as the Island Princess".
- She, Paul Dawson, Dave Ingham, John Gilluley, Michael Carrington, Rob Rackstraw and Keith Wickham all worked on "The Koala Brothers".
- She and Shining Time Station actress, Elizabeth Hanna had roles together in "The Raccoons", "Babar" and "Beetlejuice".
- She, Linda Ballantyne and Elizabeth Hanna all had roles in "Sailor Moon" and "The Care Bears" film series.
- She and Linda Ballantyne both had roles in "Arthur".
- She and Lynda Craigmyle both worked on "A Miser Brothers' Christmas".
- She, Ballantyne, Hanna, Sarah Williams and Jennifer Hill all worked on "Care Bears: Big Wish Movie".