Kirsten Bishopric

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Kirsten Bishopric
Kirsten Johanne Alice Bishopric

(1963-09-06)September 6, 1963
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
DiedApril 15, 2014(2014-04-15) (aged 50)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Other namesKirsten Bishop
Alma materDawson College
Spouse(s)Douglas Roberts
Relatives Thor Bishopric (brother)

Kirsten Johanne Alice Bishopric (September 6, 1963 April 15, 2014), also known as Kirsten Bishop, was a Canadian actress best known providing the voices of Zoycite, Emerald, Kaorinite, Tellu and Badiyanu in the original English adaptation of the Sailor Moon series. [1]


Personal life

Bishopric was born on September 6, 1963, in Montreal, to JoAnn Blondal-Bishopric, a model and interior designer, and John Grenfell, who was a radio announcer at the local Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio station. [2] [1] Her twin brother, Thor Bishopric, is an actor, writer, voice actor and voice director, and also a vice-president of ACTRA.

Bishop died from lung cancer in Toronto on April 15, 2014. [2]

Filmography [3] [4]


1975 Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid MarinaEnglish version, Voice
1975 Shivers Elevator Daughter
1978 Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang Marfa
1981 Gas Bobby's Girlfriend
1982 Visiting Hours Denise
1983 The Wars Peggy Ross
1985Discussions in Bioethics: Critical ChoiceShort
1986 Choices DanaTV movie
1986BarnumNancyTV movie
1987 Shades of Love: Champagne for Two CodyDirect-to-video
1987 The Big Town Adele
1991Final JudgmentEmilyTV movie
1995Cagney & Lacey: The View Through the Glass CeilingPam BustanyTV movie
1998 Jerry and Tom Dead Blond
1998 Bone Daddy Leslie
1998Poika ja ilvesHelenaEnglish version, Voice
1999Killer DealSenator Dawson's WifeTV movie
2000 Frequency Carrie Reynolds
2000 On Hostile Ground Woman in BMWTV movie
2000 Sailor Moon Super S: The Movie: Black Dream Hole BadiyanuVoice
2000Papa's AngelsJessicaTV movie
2001 Bojangles Shirley's MomTV movie
2001Dying to DanceDr. Elizabeth ElkinsTV movie
2002SurrenderMary Foley (adult)Short
2002The Interrogation of Michael CroweMrs. TreadwayTV movie
2003 America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story Caroline Kennedy TV movie
2003 Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story Judith Giuliani TV movie
2004 Suburban Madness Pam WrightTV movie
2009 A Touch of Grey Patti
2009Dream GirlSueShort
2012 An Officer and a Murderer Mrs. DewaltTV movie
2015The BabysitterMotherShort
2015Seeing RedBlondeShort, (final film role)

TV Series [5]

1982 Little Gloria... Happy at Last 1 episode
1986 He Shoots, He Scores BelindaEpisode: "Episode #1.5"
1987 Night Heat Abby MalvernEpisode: "Punk"
1988–1989 Ramona Aunt Beatrice5 episodes
1990 Major Dad LisaEpisode: "Major Coach"
1994 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues CarolEpisode: "Only the Strong Survive"
1995–2000 Sailor Moon Zoycite / Emerald / Kaorinite / Telulu Voice, 58 episodes
1997 Goosebumps Mrs. Morris2 episodes
1998Real Kids, Real AdventuresMrs. CookeEpisode: "Rescue of the Tetons"
2001 Twice in a Lifetime KellyEpisode: "Daddy's Girl"
2003 Veritas: The Quest Deputy KeiranEpisode: "Avalon"
2003 Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye MissyEpisode: "He Said She Said"
2004 Radio Free Roscoe Episode: "There Will Be No Encore Tonight"
2005 The West Wing Janice JardinEpisode: "Opposition Research"
2005 Kevin Hill Lisa CooperEpisode: "In This Corner"
2005 This Is Wonderland Episode: "Episode #3.4"
2008 The Border Mrs. JohansonEpisode: "Grave Concern"
2010 Nikita Mrs. Harcourt / IreneEpisode: "Phoenix"
2011 Good Dog Network Exec #2Episode: "I Never Met a Phor I Didn't Use"
2012 Warehouse 13 Gwen AshtonEpisode: "Personal Effects"

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