The Canadian equivalent of Grey DeLisle.
Janyse Jaud (first name pronounced Zja-niece) is a Canadian actress and singer/songwriter. She is of Icelandic-French descent.
Janyse combined her voiceover and songwriting talents to create the unique concept and pop music album The Magic Of Think. Band members Coochi Coo, Aldis and Little Red share their personal stories of how they discover courage, friendship and happiness with the amazing power of positive thinking. The concept of The Magic of Think came from Janyse's experience with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Four children with life-threatening illnesses made their one wish to meet Janyse, the cast, and the crew of the animated series Ed, Edd n Eddy. It was then that she decided to create music and lyrics, led by animated characters, that would build self-esteem, empower and enrich a child's life. Janyse's message is built on the belief that by igniting the mind of a child, Little Voices can Inspire Big Change.
The Magic of Think music album is the first in a series of a multi-media project to be developed into books, games and animation. A percentage of sales will be donated to children's charities.
Her original songs from the albums, The Magic of Christmas (jazz/swing) and The Magic of Think (pop/dance) have been featured in the movies Blonde and Blonder (Pamela Anderson), Making Mr. Right (Dean Cain), On The Other Hand Death, Love Sick, All She Wants For Christmas and the television series Smart Cookies.
In 2008, both albums were also honored to be in the OSCAR and GRAMMY nominee gift bags. In 2007, the The Magic of Think CD, T-shirt, and tote bag were given away in gift bags at the charity event "A Home for the Holidays", which is produced by Steven Spielberg and Henry Winkler in support of adoption. In 2006, Janyse received the privilege of being named one of four Finalists by the "Song of the Year" songwriting contest whose judges include the biggest names in music, such as Chris Brown, Beyonce, Fergie and Feist, for her Christmas song Santa Is Mine Ho Ho. In 2005, Janyse released her first two Christmas singles on one CD, featuring her original compositions Santa Is Mine Ho Ho and Home Sweet Home, which had great success (the full Christmas album was released in 2007).
Janyse is also a voiceover actress and is best known as Pinkie Pie in My Little Pony (Hasbro), Sarah & Lee Kanker in Kids Choice Awards Best Cartoon nominated Ed, Edd n Eddy (Cartoon Network), Narrator of the Emmy Award winning series Adoption Stories (Alliance Atlantis Discovery), Snarf in Trollz, Cymbeline in Bratz (MGA), Melissa Duck in Baby Looney Tunes (Warner Bros) and Shandala in Broken Saints, Audience award winner at the Sundance Film Festival. She's also done voice acting for many anime series, including Nadeshiko Kinomoto in Cardcaptor Sakura, Mocchi, Pixie, Lilim, and Poison in Monster Rancher, Kagura and Kanna in Inuyasha, Hinako Ninomiya in Ranma One Half, Margery Daw in Shakugan no Shana, and Kuromitsu in Kurozuka. Her latest work is voicing Orange Blossom in the 2009 revamp of the Strawberry Shortcake TV series.
Known Tropes for Janyse Jaud
- Audio Erotica: Her Ms. Fanservice voice.
- Distaff Counterpart: arguably of Grey DeLisle
- Pigeonholed Voice Actor: While Janyse has done cutesy higher voices in the past she is very well known for playing Ms. Fanservice roles.
- Relationship Voice Actor: Voiced quite a few roles alongside Brad Swaile.
- Talking To Herself: In Inuyasha she voices both Kagura and Kanna.
- The Other Darrin: Was replaced by Andrea Libman as the voice of Pinkie Pie whom Janyse voiced in the G3 series.