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Tara Platt
Tara platt
Birth date: June 18, 1980
Birth place: Fairfax, Virginia
Occupation: Voice actress
Education: Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts
London Academy of Theatre
Spouse(s): Yuri Lowenthal
Website: Website

Tara Lowenthal[1] (née Platt)[2] (born June 18, 1980)[2] is a director, writer, producer, entrepreneur, hypnotherapist and a voice actress for Regular Show.[3][4][5][6][2] On Regular Show, she provided the voice of a mother who was giving out candy to children in the episode "Terror Tales of the Park". Mordecai, dressed as a father with fake children to increase his amount of candy, gave some to him, before discovering his plan and remarking that it was unbelievable. Rigby, dressed as a burglar, popped from the bushes, scaring her so much she ran back in the house and shut her door.

Early life and career

She was born in Fairfax, Virginia.[2] She started acting at age 9.[7] She received her theater degree from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts and the London Academy of Theatre.[7] She has voice acted on such series as Digimon: Island of Lost Digimon and Ben 10 (where her husband voices the main character), video games such as Resident Evil and Final Fantasy and she has also appeared on-camera on shows such as Attack of the Show.[8][9] Her voice acting agency is Abrams Artists Agency.[10] With her husband, they wrote the award-winning book Voice-Over Voice Actor, published by their own publishing company, Bug Bot Press,[1] which is about detailing how to be a voice actor, what goes on and how it's like behind the mic.[11]

Voice credits

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Season 3

Personal life

Outside of acting she is also a certified hypnotherapist, a therapeutic imagery facilitator and neuro-linguistic programming practitioner and is a certified Shambhalla Feng Shui consultant.[6] She resides in Los Angeles, California[12] with her husband, fellow Regular Show voice actor Yuri Lowenthal.[1]

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