Azula voice actress Mary Beth Pazuzu, known for her role as Marnie on the animated sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show, is a true pioneer of the 1990s, the decade that introduced many of the voiceovers and voice changers we all love today.
Pazu won an Emmy in 2001 for her work on The Mary, and she has continued to make waves on the big screen with roles in both live-action and animated projects, including her role on Disney’s Alice in Wonderland.
In 2016, she took home an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Television Series for her portrayal of Marnies ex-husband, who, thanks to a mysterious virus, is in a wheelchair.
That same year, Pazus role in the live-wire animated film A Wrinkle in Time also received recognition.
In 2018, Puzuzu made an appearance in the animated comedy The Mary and was nominated for an Emmy.
It was her first Emmy nomination.
And in 2018, she was nominated in the best actress in a comedy series category for her part in a live-longer version of the show.
The Mary and Alice both won Oscars for best original screenplay in 2017 and 2017.