Teresa Gallagher is an American-born British actress and voice actress known for her diverse roles in animated TV shows, radio programs, and audiobooks. She has lent her voice to popular children's series, such as in the animated television program called 'The Mr. Men Show', as well as 'Alphablocks', 'Numberblocks', and 'The Octonauts'.
One of her most notable roles is as Nicole Watterson in the Cartoon Network animated series 'The Amazing World Of Gumball'. She has also voiced characters in the UK version of 'Thomas & Friends'.
Gallagher's work extends to BBC radio programs and audiobook recordings, with hundreds of recordings for BBC Radio 4, including 'Book Of The Week' and 'Book At Bedtime' slots. She also recorded 'Jane Austen: A Biography' for Naxos AudioBooks.
Gallagher's talent was recognized with a Best Voice Performance award at the British Animation Awards. Her career also includes film appearances, such as Mater's computer in Pixar's 'Cars 2'.
Teresa Gallagher's net worth is estimated to be $1-5 million as of 2023.
The exact details of Gallagher's annual income are unknown as of 2023.
Teresa Gallagher stands at approximately 5 ft 6 in (168 cm) tall.
Teresa Gallagher was born on March 1, 1971. As of November 2023, she is 52 years old. Her zodiac sign is Pisces.
Teresa Gallagher was born in New York City to English parents. There are no available details about her family, early life, or education.
Information about Teresa Gallagher's past or current relationships is not readily available, since she tends to keep her personal life private.
Teresa Gallagher is a versatile actress and voice actress known for her work in audiobooks, radio shows, and animated TV series.
She has narrated a variety of audiobook titles including 'Once Upon A Time In The North' by Philip Pullman, 'Clarissa, Or The History Of A Young Lady, Volume 2' by Samuel Richardson, and 'Sisters Of Treason' by Elizabeth Fremantle. She has also narrated several books in the 'Princess Poppy' series by Janey Louise Jones, and other notable works such as 'Heidi' by Johanna Spyri, 'Little Lord Fauntleroy' by Frances Hodgson Burnett, and 'Alice's Adventures In Wonderland' by Lewis Carroll.
Gallagher's early voice acting credits include roles in Ned Chaillet-directed radio plays such as 'The Polish Soldier', 'The Lake', and 'Waiting For Lefty'. In 2003, she was the voice of Amalia, the female lead in 'The Darker Face Of The Earth', in the play's BBC radio adaptation.
In the animated television series 'The Amazing World Of Gumball', Gallagher also provided the voice for the character Margaret Robinson, as well as Nicole Watterson, Penny Fitzgerald, and Teri. Also, in 2010, she voiced Queen Titania, Fern, and Mrs. Walker in the UK version of the movie 'Rainbow Magic: Return to Rainspell Island'.
As for radio shows, Teresa Gallagher has worked in 'Salem's Lot', 'No Commitments', and 'Memorials To The Missing'. She has also been a part of BBC Radio Drama Company and has read for Radio 4's 'Book Of The Week' and 'Book At Bedtime' slots.
In animated TV shows, Gallagher has lent her voice-acting talents to a wide range of characters, such as in 'Thomas & Friends', and the Tiddlytubbies in the 2015 reboot of 'Teletubbies'.
Other notable roles include characters in 'Numberblocks', 'Alphablocks', 'Kazoops!', and 'Ronja, The Robber's Daughter'. She also voiced characters in 'Thunderbirds Are Go', 'The Octonauts', and the UK version of 'Henry Hugglemonster'.
Teresa Gallagher won the Best Voice Performance award at the British Animation Awards in 2018 for her role in 'The Amazing World Of Gumball'. Additionally, she received the Audie Narration Award.