Liz Allan
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Liz Allan

Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Liz Allan with sound clips and images.
Franchise: Spider-Man

Liz Allen attended the same high school as Peter Parker and was a love interest for him and Flash Thompson. She eventually dated and married Harry Osborn and had a son with him.
Created by Pokejedservo on Feb 17 2010
Spider-Man (1994) (1994)
Liz AllanMarla Rubinoff
Marla Rubinoff
The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008)
Liz AllanAlanna Ubach
Alanna Ubach


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8000 Saiyans
said at 5:13 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
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Marla for me. I don't find her annoying.
said at 4:30 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
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I prefer Marla.
EPA Deane
said at 3:16 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
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Alanna Ubach...... No Contest

I would argue that Marla Rubinoff's Liz Allen is quite possibly the WORST Performance from the 1990's Spider- Man Animated Series.

Future VA Recommendation:

Ashley Tisdale would Perfect for a Traditional Liz Allen IMO.
said at 12:35 PM on Mon May 29 2017
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1. Alanna Ubach
2. Marla Rubinoff
said at 1:40 PM on Thu Dec 22 2016
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Alanna was very good as Liz

Side note Cristina Vee would make an interesting choice for Liz if cast in the New animated series
said at 10:31 AM on Mon Feb 22 2016
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Coming back, I think Alanna Ubach is definitely the best of the two.

The race change wasn't really necessary IMO, but I still think Alanna did a great job.
said at 12:12 PM on Wed Mar 8 2017
@Fulgore2005 That is not race, that is an ethnicity.
said at 4:55 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
@Fulgore2005 Is it really necessary for 90% of the cast to be white ala the 60s? I personally think it makes sense to update the races and ethnicities for the modern day to better reflect how New York high schools look these days. Does it really hurt anything for her to be Hispanic?
said at 5:58 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
@Bookman230 The thing is, Liz Allan had almost always been portrayed as caucasian. I'm not bothered if they want to change that for a one-off series or anything similar, but Liz being caucasian has often been the norm.

I understand what you're trying to say. But personally, I think it's daft to just change and rewrite characters for the sake of diversity. For a brand new character, that would be fine.

I (and many others out there) just don't really agree with changing existing characters in order to look diverse.
said at 6:37 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
@Fulgore2005 The thing about existing characters as long-standing as Marvel and DC ones are that they've existed since back when white was the major norm in comics and all other media. Representation of minorities, especially positive and developed representations, were extremely rare. If it were made now, it'd hopefully be made with a more diverse cast. But the options here are A), have the same majority white cast despite New York schools not looking like that, B( make new characters we don't have an attachment to and leave behind the old characters, or C), a combination of new and old. B and C run the risks of people still complaining either of the old characters being thrown away or being neglected for these new ones. I'm not saying you're one of these people, I'm just saying often it feels like there's no way to diversify a cast without getting the same old complaints.

And adaptions change things up. That's the nature of adaptions. In Spectacular Spider-Man, a great amount of villains' origins are rewritten to involve OsCorp's involvement to strengthen the series arc. Tombstone is the BiGg Man when they were two wholly seperate characters in the comics. Black Cat's father killed Uncle Ben. And so on and so forth. Changing existing characters for a new, unique spin on them is par the course for adaptions and heck, comics in general. Why is it that when it's done for diversity and representation, it's suddenly too far and disrespectful to the source material?
said at 3:30 PM on Wed Aug 12 2015
1) Marla Rubinoff
2) Anita Dobson (BBC Spider-Man radio drama)
3) Alanna Ubach
said at 7:32 AM on Sat Feb 28 2015
1) Marla Rubinoff
2) Alanna Ubach
said at 7:20 AM on Thu Aug 28 2014
For a while, I coulda sworn Alanna was Cree Summer.
said at 1:05 PM on Sun Aug 24 2014
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Pointless character really.
But why did they turn her from blonde beauty to darker skined blacked haired beauty?
(Not being racist, just confused!)
I don't really care
I guess I'll say Alanna
said at 1:58 PM on Tue Jun 24 2014
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Both of them aren't very mesmerising.

I'll go with Alanna for having better acting, even though the voice is a bit too sweet sounding.
said at 7:36 AM on Tue Jan 21 2014
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I wonder if Tia Texada would make a good Liz Allen?
said at 1:04 PM on Sun Aug 24 2014
@Finister2 who?
said at 2:55 PM on Thu Apr 9 2015
@Hugmebrotha Legendary Outlaw!
said at 3:00 PM on Mon Jul 15 2013
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Alanna is the best 2 me but Marla is good too in fact they're both really good
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 5:36 PM on Thu Sep 27 2012
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Marla kinda sounds like Jennifer Hale...with a cold
said at 12:48 AM on Mon Jul 9 2012
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Alanna Ubach has a REALLY good voice for Liz: very sweet and likeable sounding. Marla just annoying.
said at 2:19 AM on Thu Apr 26 2012
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I'm gonna go with Alanna Ubach for Liz.
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Who do you think has been the best from these Liz Allan voice actors?
Marla Rubinoff
Alanna Ubach