Mae Whitman is an American actress born in 1988 in California to voice artist Pat Musick. She played the daughter of Meg Ryan in When A Man Loves A Woman, the President's daughter in Independence Day, George Clooney's daughter in One Fine Day, and Sandra Bullock's daughter in Hope Floats.

Illustrating the tendency of child stars to make the jump to voice acting later in their careers, Mae has done several well-known character voices, beginning with Lil' Suzy in Johnny Bravo.

She replaced Christy Carlson Romano as the voice of Final Fantasy VII's Yuffie. She is also the voice of Agent Xero in The Modifyers, Katara in Avatar: The Last Airbender, Rose in American Dragon Jake Long, Batgirl in Batman the Brave And The Bold, Wonder Girl on Young Justice and is the first actress to give a voice to Disney's iconic pixie Tinkerbell. She is the daughter of fellow voice actress Pat Musick.

She also had a Recurring Character role as "Ann Veal", The Nondescript girlfriend of George Michael, in Arrested Development[1]. She's playing Roxy Richter in the Scott Pilgrim movie where most of her screen time, oddly enough, is spent trying to kill Michael Cera.

She currently is playing the role of Amber Braverman, Troubled but Cute daughter of Sarah Braverman in the NBC series Parenthood. She is Mary Elizabeth in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.


  1. Which may be a bit of a Casting Gag, since George Michael's other "love interest" is played by Alia Shawkat. Whitman and Shawkat starred in the ABC Family series State Of Grace
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