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Nickelodeon and Mattel Reveal ‘Monster High’ Voice Cast and Images

Teen kids of monster fame make their way to the school of acceptance and self-discovery in the next entry in the popular franchise; the animated series hits Nickelodeon this fall along with an upcoming live-action movie-musical ‘Monster High: The Movie,’ which debuts October 6.

Nickelodeon and Mattel have announced the lineup of actors lending their voices to the monsters in the upcoming original animated series Monster High about the teenage kids of famous monsters, including Clawdeen Wolf, Draculaura, Frankie Stein, and Deuce Gorgon. In the new show, they head to Monster High, where all young monsters belong, to discover themselves, embrace their differences, and learn to be fierce and fearless. The show debuts this fall on Nickelodeon alongside the upcoming live-action movie-musical Monster High: The Movie in the global relaunch of the popular Monster High franchise.

The voice cast includes:

  • Gabrielle Nevaeh Green (That Girl Lay Lay) as Clawdeen Wolf – Half-human and half-werewolf, Clawdeen is thrilled to join Monster High, despite the challenge of being a half-monster in a school of full-monster students.
  • Courtney Lin (Crash: The Animated Series) as Draculaura – The daughter of Dracula, vampire Draculaura seems like the perfect dictionary definition of a monster. But she hides a deep desire to become a witch, which is strictly forbidden in the monster world.
  • Iris Menas (West Side Story) as Frankie Stein – Brought to life just 15 days ago by their scientist parents, Frankie is figuring out who they are and who they want to be.
  • Tony Revolori (Spider-Man: No Way Home) as Deuce Gorgon – The son of Medusa and Lyra, Deuce is often influenced by the snakes that live on his head and get him into trouble. 
  • Kausar Mohammed (Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous) as Cleo De Nile – Cleo is a mummy monster who knows she is destined for greatness if only everyone else would just admit it and get out of her way.
  • Valeria Rodriguez (To Your Eternity) as Lagoona Blue – Having grown up in an ancient underwater Mayan Castillo with her ocean nymph mother and sea monster father, sweet yet ferocious Lagoona doesn’t know much about life on land.
  • Alexa Kahn (Madagascar: A Little Wild) as Toralei Stripe – Hailing from an elite monster family, Toralei is a werecat and the “bad girl” at Monster High. Old-fashioned and brave, Toralei is committed to her cause of preserving monster society.
  • Alexander Polinsky (Blaze and the Monster Machines) as Heath Burns – Temperamental and passionate as the son of Hades would be, Heath is quite literally a hot head who can get worked up over anything and is prone to fiery outbursts.
  • Debra Wilson (Baby Shark’s Big Show!) as Headmistress Bloodgood – The headless overseer of the school, Headmistress Bloodgood has a proclivity for wandering around at night to keep an eye on the students.

The upcoming live-action movie-musical Monster High: The Movie, based on the iconic franchise, premieres Thursday, October 6 on Nickelodeon and Paramount+. Both projects join other Mattel Television content in production, including series and specials based on Barbie, Masters of the Universe, Thomas & Friends, Polly Pocket, Pictionary, and Fireman Sam.

Mattel first introduced Monster High in 2010. The franchise seeks to foster a more accepting world. Today, the brand has a reimagined set of characters inspired by the original ghouls for a new generation of fans that embraces self-expression and differences in people.

Shea Fontana (Polly Pocket) serves as showrunner and co-executive producer of Monster High, with Nick Filippi (Big Hero 6: The Series) serving as supervising producer. Producing for Nickelodeon is Claudia Spinelli, Senior Vice President, Big Kids Animation, and Nikki Price, Director of Franchise Animation. Producing for Mattel are Fred Soulie, Senior Vice President and GM of Mattel Television, and Christopher Keenan, Senior Vice President of Content Development.

Source: Nickelodeon

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Debbie Diamond Sarto is news editor at Animation World Network.