Mary McDonald Lewis is an American voiceover actor, dialect coach and a theater director from United States who was born on September 24, 1953 in California and also brought up there. She has appeared in many animated television series, including The Mask, Batman, G.I. Joe, and many others. She only plays physical roles in Grimm. Additionally, she has worked as dialect coach for various TV productions.
She has been in the Hollywood entertainment industry since 1980. Mary is linked with charitable causes and local organizations like, Cascade Aids and Oregon Episcopal School.
Name: Mary McDonald Lewis
Known as: Mary
Date of Birth: September 24, 1953
Age: 69 years
Birthplace: Stockton, California, U.S.A
Occupation: Voice Actor, Theater Director, Dialect Coach,
Started Journey from: 1980-Present
Hobbies: keeping pets
Famous for: Voiceovers in Batman- as Maven, G.I Joe(Movie & Animated Series)- as “Lady Jaye”, Karate Kid- as additional voices
Family Members and Education–
Father’s Name: Not Published
Mother’s Name: Not Published
Marital Status: Married
Spouse: David Hassin
Children: Madeline Hassin
School: Not Published
College: Not Published
Educational Qualification: Graduated from University of Portland
Physical Stats and Others –
Weight: Not published
Eyes Colour: Not Published
Mary came to the limelight when she gave audition for the G.I. Joe Series for a smaller role but luckily she managed to get the part of Lady Jay’s reading .She believes she got the part because she turned to the microphone as loudly as she could and was unafraid to give her full attention to her reading. She got fame through movies, such as Batman, The Mask, Twilight, G.I Joe, Karate Kid.
She currently teaches the cast of Astoria on her stage at the Portland Center in a wide range of languages, including Shoshone, Hawaiian, Scottish English .She has Americanized the accents of Robert Pattinson in Twilight.