Hedy Burress

Hedy Burress (born October 3, 1973) is an American actress. She was born Heather Burress in Edwardsville, Illinois. She attended Milikin University in Decatur, Illinois. She relocated to Los Angeles, California, in 1995. She has acted in many television programs and motion pictures since 1996.

Burress is known by video game players as the English voice actor of Yuna in the PlayStation 2 games Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. Her Yuna performance in Final Fantasy X is controversial and considered by some players to be grating. She has been accused of synchronizing Yuna's CG lips, which were programmed to speak Japanese, not English. Several gamers believe that Burress did better in Final Fantasy X-2 than she did in Final Fantasy X, and believed that she took voice lessons between the two projects. She is also slated to reprise the role of Yuna in the fortcoming sequel to Kingdom Hearts.

Burress auditioned for the role of Dorothy Wheeler in the motion picture Valentine, but that role was handed over to Jessica Capshaw. However, director Jamie Blanks still wanted Burress to star in the motion picture. During the meeting, they looked at each other in the eye and both said, "Ruthie", resulting in Burress playing as Ruthie Walker.

Filmography

  • Seduced By Madness (1996) - Brook Borchardt
  • If These Walls Could Talk (1996) - Linda Barrows
  • Foxfire (1996) - Madeline "Maddy" Wirtz
  • Any Mother's Son (1997) - Kathy
  • Los Años Bárbaros (1998) - Kathy
  • Swing Vote (1999)
  • Getting Personal (1999) - Melissa Parks
  • Tick Tock (2000) - Anne
  • Looking for Bobby D (2000) - Belinda
  • Cabin by the Lake (2000) - Mallory McCall
  • Valentine (2001) - Ruthie Walker
  • Bug (2002) - Roy
  • Open House (2003) - Gloria Hobbs
  • Death by Committee (2004) - Cindy
  • Open House (2004) - Gloria Hobbs
  • Silver Lake (2004) - Julie Patterson

Voice acting roles

  • Final Fantasy X (2001) - Yuna
  • The Animatrix (2003) - Cis (segment "Program"), Yoko (segment "Beyond")
  • Final Fantasy X-2 (2003) - Yuna
  • Kingdom Hearts 2 (2005) - Yuna

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During the meeting, they looked at each other in the eye and both said, "Ruthie", resulting in Burress playing as Ruthie Walker. Siân Phillips portrayed Mrs Patrick Campbell in the 1975 miniseries "Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill," which starred Lee Remick. However, director Jamie Blanks still wanted Burress to star in the motion picture. She and her first husband had two children, Beo and Stella. Burress auditioned for the role of Dorothy Wheeler in the motion picture Valentine, but that role was handed over to Jessica Capshaw. She died in Pau, France. She is also slated to reprise the role of Yuna in the fortcoming sequel to Kingdom Hearts. In her later years, Mrs Patrick Campbell made notable appearances in motion pictures, including "One More River" (1934), "Rip Tide" (1934), and "Crime and Punishment" (1935).

Several gamers believe that Burress did better in Final Fantasy X-2 than she did in Final Fantasy X, and believed that she took voice lessons between the two projects. In 1914, she played Eliza Doolittle in the original production of Shaw's Pygmalion; though much too old for the part, she was the obvious choice, being by far the biggest name on the London stage. She has been accused of synchronizing Yuna's CG lips, which were programmed to speak Japanese, not English. Fourteen years after the death of her first husband in 1900, she became the second wife of George Cornwallis-West (born 1874) -- a dashing writer previously married to Jennie Jerome, the mother of Winston Churchill -- but she continued to use "Mrs Patrick Campbell" as her stage name. Her Yuna performance in Final Fantasy X is controversial and considered by some players to be grating. She made her stage debut in 1888, four years after her marriage to Patrick Campbell, and became successful as a result of starring in Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's play, The Second Mrs Tanqueray, in 1893. Burress is known by video game players as the English voice actor of Yuna in the PlayStation 2 games Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. She was born Beatrice Stella Tanner in Kensington, London, of English and Italian parents.

She has acted in many television programs and motion pictures since 1996. Mrs Patrick Campbell (9th February 1865 - 9th April 1940) was a British stage actress, the most successful of her generation. She relocated to Los Angeles, California, in 1995. And they're so close together!". She attended Milikin University in Decatur, Illinois. On actress Norma Shearer: "She has such pretty little eyes. She was born Heather Burress in Edwardsville, Illinois. To the loquacious George Bernard Shaw: "When you were quite a little boy, somebody ought to have said 'hush' just once.".

Hedy Burress (born October 3, 1973) is an American actress. On success: "Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.". Kingdom Hearts 2 (2005) - Yuna. On homosexuals: "Does it really matter what these affectionate people do, so long as they don’t do it in the streets and frighten the horses?". Final Fantasy X-2 (2003) - Yuna. The Animatrix (2003) - Cis (segment "Program"), Yoko (segment "Beyond").

Final Fantasy X (2001) - Yuna. Silver Lake (2004) - Julie Patterson. Open House (2004) - Gloria Hobbs. Death by Committee (2004) - Cindy.

Open House (2003) - Gloria Hobbs. Bug (2002) - Roy. Valentine (2001) - Ruthie Walker. Cabin by the Lake (2000) - Mallory McCall.

Looking for Bobby D (2000) - Belinda. Tick Tock (2000) - Anne. Getting Personal (1999) - Melissa Parks. Swing Vote (1999).

Los Años Bárbaros (1998) - Kathy. Any Mother's Son (1997) - Kathy. Foxfire (1996) - Madeline "Maddy" Wirtz. If These Walls Could Talk (1996) - Linda Barrows.

Seduced By Madness (1996) - Brook Borchardt.

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