UDC: “We Are Black History” – Kali Troy

UDC: “We Are Black History” – Kali Troy

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UDC: “We Are Black History”

Kali Troy 

UDC Alum – Character Voiceover Actress

Known by the professional name of “Kittie,” Kali Troy provided the voice for leading characters in animated television series such as W.I.T.C.H. and American Dragon: Jake Long. Her numerous credits include The Proud Family and Spawn: The Animation.

Before her unique voice was in high demand, the Washington DC native, studied broadcast journalism at Clark Atlanta University and earned a degree in print journalism from the University of the District of Columbia.

In 2007, she voiced several characters in the popular Cartoon Network series, The Boondocks.

Troy has worked with Big Tigger on his syndicated radio show, Live In The Den, as well as Spinderella on her syndicated radio program called, The Back Spin. She has hosted her own weekly radio show along with Kevin Black, president of Warner Bros. records and Da’Hitman on Internet radio.

She was the voice of Cita on BET’s series Cita’s World (2000). Her only two live roles were as Darlene on the movie “White Men Can’t Rap (2005)” and as Larisha in the movie “Up Against The 8-Ball (2004),” “Let’s Talk About Pep (2010), and “Undateable (2010).

She is known for her starring roles on American Dragon: Jake Long as the voice of Trixie Carter, Mrs. McGuire and other voices in 2005. In W.I.T.C.H., she played the voice of Taranee Cook and Young Justice as Rocket in 2004.

Troy also played a voice character in Lilo & Stitch: The Series, and the voice of a character on The Proud Family – both in 2005. In The Boondocks TV series in 2007, Troy played as Sweetest Taboo and a variety of other characters.

She also played Rocket, a superheroine, in the TV series Young Justice. In addition, the UDC graduate played a voice character in the Spawn: The Animation in 2016.

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