Birth Date: August 12, 1972 / Age: 44
Birth Place: Fort Ord, California, USA
Biography: Grey DeLisle (born August 12, 1972 in Fort Ord, California) is an American singer, songwriter, and voice actress of Irish and Hispanic descent. Her childhood was very rough to start out: Her father left the family, and her mother was addicted to drugs. She was largely raised by her grandmother, Eva Flores Ruth, a vocalist who performed with salsa legend Tito Puente.
DeLisle was heavy into goth bands like The Cure, but her mother, who had become a born-again Pentecostal, made the strict rule of no secular music. In her late teens, she started singing old gospel tunes, and started in the world of stand-up comedy, on the advice of a close friend. In her comedy routine, DeLisle was able to imitate voices very well, and was then advised to take a shot at voice acting. Her first starring role came in the English version of Crayon Shin-chan, as the voice of characters Cosmo and Uma.
She didn't get another starring role until 1998, but she has since become one of America's most beloved and well-respected voice actresses.
DeLisle has also released four music CDs, filled with goth-inspired folk and Americana tunes, with a few gospel-style songs as well.
In 2002, DeLisle got married to musician Murry Hammond, the bassist for the Old 97s after a few months of a long-distance relationship. They were even featured in an episode of The Learning Channel program A Wedding Story.
Grey has also acted for many computer games, including Escape from Monkey Island, Baldur's Gate series, and various Star Wars games.