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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Wonder Woman with sound clips and images.
Franchise: Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman also known as Diana Prince is a super hero in the DC Universe. She is an Amazon Princess of Themyscira and a member of the Justice League. Her mother is Hippolyta; Queen of the Amazons and ruler of Themyscira.

Wonder Woman is an emissary to the world of men and she is also close with the Greek Gods. Wonder Woman has many super powers and skills. Some of her powers such as her super strength, flight and super speed were given to her by the Olympians. Her superior weapon and combat skills were developed from her Amazon training.

Woman Woman also uses powerful weapons such as her indestructible bracelets which can block any attack and her Lasso of Truth which forces anyone confined in its grasp to be truthful and obey any command.
Created by Foxwolf on Mar 14 2010
Special thanks to Jackson_H, Pokejedservo, solidejake, Music Meister for additional sound clips.
The Brady Kids (1972)
Wonder Woman / DianaJane Webb
Jane Webb
Challenge of the Super Friends (1978)
Wonder Woman / DianaShannon Farnon
Shannon Farnon
The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984)
Wonder Woman / DianaConnie Cawlfield
Connie Cawlfield
Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (1985)
Wonder Woman / DianaBJ Ward
BJ Ward
Superman (1988) (1988)
Wonder Woman / DianaMary McDonald Lewis
Mary McDonald Lewis
Justice League Unlimited (2004)
Wonder Woman / DianaSusan Eisenberg
Susan Eisenberg
Justice League Heroes (2006)
Wonder Woman / DianaCourtenay Taylor
Courtenay Taylor
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008)
Wonder Woman / DianaVicki Lewis
Vicki Lewis
Mortal Kombat VS DC Universe (2008)
Wonder Woman / DianaTara Platt
Tara Platt
Justice League The New Frontier (2008)
Wonder Woman / DianaLucy Lawless
Lucy Lawless
Superman: Red Son (2009)
Wonder Woman / DianaWendee Lee
Wendee Lee
Wonder Woman (2009)
Wonder Woman / DianaKeri Russell
Keri Russell
Young Justice (2010)
Wonder Woman / DianaMaggie Q
Maggie Q
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (2010)
Wonder Woman / DianaVanessa Marshall
Vanessa Marshall
LittleBigPlanet 2 (2011)
Wonder Woman / DianaJules de Jongh
Jules de Jongh
DC Universe Online (2011)
Wonder Woman / DianaGina Torres
Gina Torres
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (2014)
Wonder Woman / DianaLaura Bailey
Laura Bailey
Justice League: War (2014)
Wonder Woman / DianaMichelle Monaghan
Michelle Monaghan
JLA Adventures: Trapped In Time (2014)
Wonder Woman / DianaGrey DeLisle
Grey DeLisle
The LEGO Movie (2014)
Wonder Woman / DianaCobie Smulders
Cobie Smulders
LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs Bizarro League (2015)
Wonder Woman / DianaKari Wahlgren
Kari Wahlgren
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (2015)
Wonder Woman / DianaRosario Dawson
Rosario Dawson
Justice League Action (2016)
Wonder Woman / DianaRachel Kimsey
Rachel Kimsey
DC Super Friends
Wonder Woman / DianaRachael MacFarlane
Rachael MacFarlane


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said at 8:30 PM on Mon Jun 25 2018
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1. Eisenberg
2. Q
3. Marshall
4. Taylor
5. Lewis
said at 5:39 PM on Thu Jun 21 2018
Susan Eisenberg has my my vote. She perfectly displays a balance of both strength and compassion in the role.
said at 11:49 AM on Sun May 27 2018
How many times has Susan Eisenberg voiced Wonder Woman?
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said at 6:16 PM on Thu Jun 21 2018


8000 Saiyans
said at 12:20 PM on Tue Nov 28 2017
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Susan Eisenberg is perfect as Wonder Woman, although I also love Vanessa Marshall's rendition.
said at 1:26 PM on Mon Oct 16 2017
 3 Shout Outs!
1. Susan Eisenberg
2. Shannon Farnon
3. Vanessa Marshall
4. Lucy Lawless
5. Grey DeLisle
EPA Deane
said at 5:06 AM on Wed Jun 14 2017
I finally worked out why I haven't Gravitated towards Rachel Kimsey's WW voice.... The voice lacks the sound of a Regal Presence or a Diplomatic Emissary for me.......
HK-47 master
said at 5:31 AM on Fri May 26 2017
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Most of them did a good job, here's my top five picks:

1. Susan Eisenberg*
2. Vanessa Marshall
3. Rosario Dawson
4. Keri Russell
5. Maggie Q

*: Susan Eisenberg is iconic as Wonder Woman; but personally, I wasn't too fond of her voice in the old Justice League as it sounded a bit too light. It was her later performances like Superman/Batman: Apocalypse and the Injustice games that really sold me.

Honorable mentions: Grey Griffin, Rachel Kimsey, Lucy Lawless, and Rachael MacFarlane
said at 7:06 PM on Wed May 17 2017
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1. Susan eisenberg hands down really shows the character strength and heart with her performance

2. Maggie Q was great as well in Young justice wouldn't mind hearing her reprise the role

3. Lucy lawless I mean Xena as Wonder woman genius i really dug her performance in the film

Honorable mentions: Wendee lee, Tara platt, Michelle Monoghan, and Keri Russell were also good

Side note: Lydia Mackey, Nicole Oliver, Christine auten, and Michelle ruff would make good choices
EPA Deane
said at 4:15 AM on Mon May 1 2017
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"We have a saying, my people. Don’t kill if you can wound, don’t wound if you can subdue, don’t subdue if you can pacify, and don’t raise your hand at all until you’ve first extended it."

Wonder Woman is One of My Favourite Superheroes and while I haven't been impressed by the DCEU Films so far, I am cautiously optimistic about her upcoming Live Action Solo Film....

Anyway here are my Current Top Five Favourite Wonder Woman Voices:

5. BJ Ward/ Maggie Q
4. Vanessa Marshall
3. Lucy Lawless/Grey DeLisle
2. Susan Eisenberg
1. Keri Russell

Future Voice Actor Suggestions:

Ali Hillis would be Phenomenal for the role of The Spirit of Truth , with her doing a cross between her Lightning, Emma Frost and Palutena voices.

I also think that Emily Blunt would be solid as Wonder Woman, using a more Commanding and Regal version of her Nahoko Satomi Voice.

I also Recommend Anna Torv, Eileen Stevens, Rebecca Shoichet and Rooney Mara
said at 8:07 AM on Wed Jan 11 2017
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Susan Eisenberg's Wonder Woman to me is as iconic as Kevin Conroy's Batman. There can be others, but there's only one actor who captures the character PERFECTLY. Susan IS Wonder Woman, but I still enjoy and adore the other actresses and their performances.
EPA Deane
said at 8:21 AM on Wed Jan 11 2017
@TrueMyriad That and she has a wonderful chemistry with Kevin Conroy's Batman.......

Batman/WW OTP Forever!!
said at 6:18 AM on Wed Jan 11 2017
 3 Shout Outs!
I really liked Rachel as Diana from what all I've seen of the show so far. I think the writing might have made her a bit too corny here and there (particularly in Repulse), but she still delivers those moments just as well as the others.
said at 11:08 PM on Tue Jan 10 2017
 5 Shout Outs!
Sticking with Susan Eisenberg, though Rachel Kimsey was also good.
Shaun Ince
said at 9:22 PM on Tue Jan 10 2017
 6 Shout Outs!
Rachel Kimsey is really good. Perhaps my favorite performance from Justice League Action. She sounds younger than alot of the other Wonder Woman voice actresses but she has the same qualities as Susan Eisenberg.
said at 8:50 PM on Tue Jan 10 2017
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Sheesh, that's a lot of actresses. Well time to get to work.

Susan Eisenberg: To me, Susan is to Wonder Woman was Kevin Conroy is to Batman or even what Tim Daily and George Newbern are to Superman, there's just something so naturally strong yet sisterly and noble about her performance that pretty much defines the character.

Vanessa Marshall: Probably a close second in my book. I don't know if it's just me, but there's something about her speech pattern that almost makes her sound motherly.

Keri Russell: Of course younger sounding, but even so, Keri did a surprisingly good job with her performance for this more modern take on the origin of Wonder Woman.

Shannon Farron: For the time, Shannon was fairly good as WW, giving this sort of Lynda Carter-esque performance.

Lucy Lawless: Okay, Xena as Wonder Woman... that is just too good a casting. In fact I could even have seen that working in live-action. What I especially like is that Lucy doesn't get too abrasive or over the top with her warrior side like with her more renown character role.

Gina Torres: I love Gina, but I'm sorry, her voice just doesn't match the character of Wonder Woman. It just might be it's a tad too deep, but I don't really know what else is wrong but for me, this just doesn't sit well. :(

Maggie Q: Magg is... interesting to say the least. She certainly has potential for a good Wonder Woman, but I think she went a little below the bar for how the character speaks with what she was given; I guess if there's any flaw with that, it's that she sounds perhaps a tad too cold and authoritarian.

Vicki Lewis: Actually pretty good for the most part, I was actually convinced it was Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, since I honestly though she sounded just like her; that and she also pulled of a decent Linda Carter kind of tone to go with it.

Michelle Monaghan: No... Just no! I'm sorry but this is a poorly performed Wonder Woman performance... just under the Adrianne Palicki performance. This take on the character is definitely over the top with her bombastic, abrasive tone and attitude, then again that's mainly to do with how she was originally written; and I'm sorry, but Geoff Johns is terrible at writing Wonder Woman, and Michelle is just as bad at playing her.

Rosario Dawson: Definitely better than Michelle, not just terms of voice but acting, delivery, and character to; this performance definitely caters closer to the actual character of Wonder Woman and her more noble, endearing, compassionate nature. And in general, it's just so lovely to listen to. ^_^

Grey Delisle: We all know Grey is a fantastic voice actress, so it's only appropriate that her take on Wonder Woman is also pretty dang good. She sort of pulls this younger sounding Susan Eisenberg type of voice, while also emulating just a hind of Lynda Carter. I'd say she's probably tied with Vanessa being second.

Rachel Kimsey: I'm kinda mixed on Rachel. I know she's no Susan Eisenberg so no point comparing apples to oranges, but I thought her performance for the most part sounds kind'a catty, of course not as catty as Adrianne Palicki, but still I just don't like this saucy attitude to the character, basically the opposite extreme to Michelle Monaghan. Still for a younger Wonder Woman she's actually pretty good.

Kari Wahlgren, Courtenay Taylor, Tara Platt, Wendy Lee, Laura Bailey, and Cobie Smulders... have potential. They aren't bad by any means, though some may be a bit over the top, but otherwise they all certainly have potential. That's all I gotta say.

Bottom line, Susan Eisenberg is #1 as WW.

BONUS: I always wanted to hear Jennifer Hale as Wonder Woman. I know it's typecasted, and she already voiced Miss Marvel/Captain Marvel which is basically Marvel's answer to WW, but it's just too good to pass up. I guess another good cast would be Mary Elizabeth McGlynn after having heard Vicky Lewis' performance, or even Laura Post; or maybe even Morena Baccarin or Janet Varney

Type casts aside, I also think Cree Summer, Nika Futterman, Cindy Robinson, Fryda Wolff, Collen O'Shaughnessey, Danielle Nicolet, Gwendoline Yeo, Erin Fitzgerald, Erica Luttrell (ironic given she also voiced Cheetah) or even Misty Lee would be good choices; as well as Nicole Oliver for a Vancouver cast.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:40 PM on Tue Jan 10 2017
 3 Shout Outs!
I think Rachel Kimsey sounds like a mix of Susan Eisenberg and Rachel MacFarlane. She'd make it into my top five (whenever I get around to make one).
said at 5:53 AM on Wed Jan 4 2017
VC thoughts update

B.J. Ward strikes the perfect balance between toughness and femininity. Her delivery is always solid and she also manages to differentiate her Diana Prince voice from her Wondy one. B.J. really seems to enjoy every moment in the role, as she always does, so that's a plus.

I've always found Connie Cawlfield's performance extremely underrated. She does do a fantastic job as Wondy, and she does seem to have fun in the role. She does have good chemistry with his fellow performers despite the fact that she wasn't with them when she recorded her lines, so that's pretty impressive.

Mary McDonald Lewis is actually pretty impressive. There are times where she sounds like B.J., but there are some other times where you can tell it's another performer. Still, she delivers the goods quite nicely.

I've heard a little bit of Rachel Kimsey's take, and I must say that she sounds pretty good. Reminds me a little bit of B.J., which is nice.

Shannon Farnon's take is pretty charming. Yes, she's a little bit too macho and her delivery could get extremely corny at times, but it's still a memorable performance.

I've also enjoyed Susan Eisenberg, Courtenay Taylor, Vicki Lewis, Tara Platt, Keri Russell, Wendee Lee, Maggie Q, Vanessa Marshall, Gina Torres, Grey DeLisle, Laura Bailey, Cobie Smulders and Kari Wahlgren in the role.

Lucy Lawless, Jules de Jongh, Michelle Monaghan, Rosario Dawson and Rachael MacFarlane are okay, but unremarkable.

Jane Webb is actually a pretty good casting choice, but they misused her, unfortunately.
EPA Deane
said at 3:47 AM on Sun Oct 9 2016
 2 Shout Outs!
My Top 5:

5. BJ Ward
4. Vicki Ward
3. Lucy Lawless
2. Susan Eisenburg
1. Keri Russell

Possible DC Anime Voice Casting : Ali Hillis would be perfect for the role doing a cross between her Lightning and Emma Frost voices.
EPA Deane
said at 3:01 AM on Tue Dec 27 2016
@EPA Deane My New Top 5 WW Voices:

5. BJ Ward/ Maggie Q
4. Vicki Lewis
3. Lucy Lawless/ Vanessa Marshall
2. Susan Eisenburg
1. Keri Russell

Future Voice Actor Suggestions:

My Suggestion for Ali Hillis still stands as my No. 1 voice suggestion.

I also recommend Emily O'Brien, Christina Rose, Mary Faber and Tabitha St. Germain.
said at 9:10 PM on Fri Aug 5 2016
 2 Shout Outs!
My Favorites:
1. Susan Eisenberg
2. Vanessa Marshall
3. Grey DeLisle
4. Keri Russell
5. Rachael MacFarlane
6. Jules de Jongh
7. Rosario Dawson
8. Tara Platt
said at 5:33 AM on Tue Sep 8 2015
 1 Shout Out!
1) B.J. Ward: B.J. was just excellent as Wonder Woman. This is the voice that I always imagine whenever I read a comic featuring Wondy: tough, confident yet feminine sounding, it helps that Wondy had a lot of great moments in this show (like ordering Felix Faust to return Superman's powers while holding him with her magic lasso), because B.J. is able to play those scenes with conviction. A solid performance overall.

2) Connie Cawlfield: The first Wondy actress that sounds serious rather than corny. Although Connie recorded her lines separate from the other cast members (as she stated in interviews), with nothing else other than a storyboard as her only guide in terms of how to deliver the lines, she did a pretty bang up job. What's even better it's that she managed to deliver her funny one-liners with a more playful sound rather than a corny one.

3) Mary McDonald Lewis: Mary really surprised me here. She sounds a lot like B.J., but you can still tell it's Mary thanks to the "Lady Jaye" rasp that she has in her voice. Another solid performance.

4) Shannon Farnon: Out of the corny voices, Shannon was the best. She gives a solid performance and she had a lot of fun in the role. She sounds a little bit too "macho", which is the reason for her corny delivery, but that's all part of the charm of her take.

5) Cobie Smulders: In spite of the lack of material, Cobie does a great job. I really enjoy her take and the way she delivers the line "DANGIT!!!" is really hilarious. I would really love to hear more of her.

6) Vanessa Marshall: Out of the modern voices, I think Vanessa was the best. Like B.J. and Connie, she sounds feminine yet tough, which, IMO, it's the right way to go in order to play Wondy.

7) Laura Bailey: I actually kinda like Laura. Not only does she find the balance between toughness and seductiveness as B.J., Connie, Mary and Vanessa did, but she add a dry, sarcastic sound to her voice that works really well for the Lego version.

8) Susan Eisenberg: I wasn't too keen on Susan at first, but she really improved in later projects. Like Shannon, she sounded too "macho" for my taste at first, but later on, she started to add that feminine sound that should be an important part of the character.

9) Tara Platt: Tara's performance is really solid, and really sounds like an Amazon warrior yet she still manages to sound feminine.

10) Maggie Q: A pretty nice performance. She sounds pretty confident and feminine at the same time, and she does have some good moments.

11) Courtenay Taylor: Pretty good, actually. Courtenay certainly nails Wondy's feminine side as well as her warrior side quite well. Another pretty fitting performance.

12) Vicki Lewis: A nice take for the Golden Age version of Wondy. Once again, Vicki does manage to find the balance between feminine seductive sound and toughness. Another pretty solid take.

13) Lucy Lawless: Another excellent fit for Golden Age Wondy. Sounds like a warrior, but she also has that feminine sound that is an important part of the character.

14) Keri Russell: I really like her take. Sounds fittingly seductive, yet she also sounds like a fierce Amazon warrior. Pretty good performance overall.

15) Gina Torres: Good, but like Farnon and Eisenberg's earlier performances, she sounded too "macho" for my taste. A take that needs a little bit of polishing.

16) Grey DeLisle: Pretty good, but she sounds a little bit too desperate at times. Another take that needs more work.

17) Kari Wahlgren: She's pretty good. The voice is a little bit dodgy, but her delivery is pretty solid, but I still need that it needs a little bit more work.

18) Rosario Dawson: She's alright, but doesn't leave a big impact on me. I got to agree with Anicomicgeek, though. She's a giant improvement over Michelle Monaghan, and she has a lot of potential.

19) Rachael MacFarlane: Another take with a lot of potential. Rachael really does well as this particular version of Wondy and I would love to hear more of her.

20) Jane Webb: Normally, I love Jane Webb's work, but I was terribly underwhelmed by her Wonder Woman. Her acting was pretty solid, but she sounded pretty old!!!! I know Jane could have done better than that, but at least there is a corny charm to her take. She sounds like she could have been a pretty boss Hippolyta, though. So all in all, this is the weakest of the classic performances, but not the weakest of the corny ones.

21) Wendee Lee: Decent, but sounds too feminine and girly. The part when she talks with her mother about Superman is a "Facepalm-worthy" moment. It's still pretty decent, though.

22) Jules de Jongh: Pretty corny, but it works for this type of video game. Her take has a good amount of energy, but she had the same problem as Wendee Lee: She sounds too feminine!!!! But it's still a decent performance overall.

23) Michelle Monaghan: She had potential, but the material really ruined her performance, and she sounded pretty corny at times. The only line I remember from her take is quite possibly the best: "ICE CREAM IS WONDERFUL!!!". That line was so charmingly corny, but I really can't say the same for her other lines. Definetly the weakest corny performance.
EPA Deane
said at 2:18 AM on Sun Oct 9 2016
@Starscreamsfan Vanessa Marshall actually auditioned for the role of Wonder Woman in The DCAU Justice League series
said at 3:50 AM on Sun Oct 9 2016
@EPA Deane Oh, gee, that would have been brilliant!!! :O
said at 11:25 PM on Mon Sep 7 2015
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Sticking with Susan Eisenberg, though Cobie Smulders and Rachael MacFarlane were all right.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 7:46 PM on Mon Sep 7 2015
 5 Shout Outs!
I don't know if Cobie could do well with more material but she's decent as is.

Rachael...I really like. Maybe a bit young sounding but her more snarky and quick wit kinda clicks with me. She even sounds like someone who could hold their own in a fight.
She might even make it into my top five.
said at 4:37 PM on Fri Sep 4 2015
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Fun fact: 3 of Wonder Woman's voice actress (Michelle, Keri, Maggie) appeared on Mission Impossible 3
said at 2:25 AM on Sat Aug 29 2015
I have to say Rosario Dawson topped everyone. Can't forget my girl Laura Bailey though.
said at 7:37 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
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Say what you will about Rosario Dawson, she's a huge improvement over Michelle Monaghan. Sticking with Eisenberg.
said at 8:05 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
I think that's why I liked her so much when watching the movie. I was just thinking "YES! Much better!"
8000 Saiyans
said at 12:58 PM on Tue Nov 28 2017
@Anicomicgeek Yeah, I agree.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 2:46 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
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Rosario is alright but maybe too soft. She lacks a certain "warrior" sound to her.
said at 3:13 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
@Music Meister What makes Wonder Woman is not that she's a warrior, but an ambassador of Truth and Peace. Rosario's voice fits the character's caring personality, at least when she's well written anyway.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 3:20 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
That's debatable. I can see why some would go that way but Wonder Woman has gone toe-to-toe with gods, monsters and even Superman so I think she has the right to be called a warrior.
said at 3:21 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
@Music Meister @Troodon2 I'd say it depends on which version you're talking about.
said at 3:22 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
@Zillah Or rather HOW Wonder Woman is being portrayed.
said at 11:36 AM on Sun Aug 30 2015
@Zillah Got to agree with Zillah. Wonder Woman's temper is always changing, and I think that's more where the hard edge lies. You can be soft spoken and still be a warrior.
said at 10:38 PM on Wed Jun 1 2016
@Zillah The competent WW. One who is tough and abrasive, but is still heart felt and compassionate, and still favors peace over violence.
said at 1:55 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
What got updated?
Shaun Ince
said at 1:59 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
@Troodon2 A new addition actually.
said at 1:59 PM on Fri Aug 28 2015
@Troodon2 Rosario Dawson was just added.
Shaun Ince
said at 8:16 PM on Mon Jun 8 2015
 7 Shout Outs!
Susan Eisenberg is my favorite. Though the performances from Vanessa Marshall, Maggie Q, Courtney Taylor, Tara Platt & Grey Delisle are pretty top notch too. The other voices are decent.

As for the Lego voices, Kari has the better performance. The back & forth Guy Gardner & WW had in that movie was great. Seeing Wonderwoman trash talk Guy in that movie was funny. Laura Bailey comes across as bored & unispired(except for the moments where she was angry)
said at 8:11 PM on Wed Feb 18 2015
Kari Wahlgren as Wonder Woman. Never heard that one before! Anyway, she's okay, but a bit cheesy. I think I'll stick with Susan Eisenberg.
said at 8:13 PM on Wed Feb 18 2015
@OmeedMirVA However, she seems better than Michelle Monaghan or Laura Bailey.
said at 3:37 AM on Tue Feb 17 2015
 1 Shout Out!
Kari's performance is alright (just like most of the other performances on this compare).

She sounds rather over-the-top a little bit when voicing Wonder Woman but at least her performance is passable.
said at 10:51 PM on Sun Feb 15 2015
 5 Shout Outs!
I'm sure Kari Wahlgren can do a less silly Wonder Woman voice.
said at 10:03 PM on Sun Feb 15 2015
 1 Shout Out!
Sticking with Susan Esienberg, but Kari Wahlgren was pretty good as Wonder Woman and while she's not here yet, Rosario Dawson was much better than Michelle Monaghan.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 9:16 PM on Sun Feb 15 2015
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I'm sure by now people know I adore Kari so seeing her as Wonder Woman was amazing.
I felt she was great, giving a strong voice but easily able to joke around. Probably in my top five.
As much as I love Laura, I hope the next DC Lego game has Kari instead of her.
Shaun Ince
said at 8:06 PM on Sun Sep 11 2016
@Music Meister Lego Batman 4 with Kari as WW? Yeah I'm down with that.
She is one of the few standouts from the voice cast in that movie.
said at 12:00 PM on Tue Jan 27 2015
Laura sounds kinda bland as Wonder Woman. Shame as I thought she would have been a prefect fit but I guess I was wrong.

Nevertheless my vote doesn't change.
Shaun Ince
said at 4:19 PM on Sat Jan 24 2015
Even though the Lego Justice League vs Bizarro League Movie hasn't been added yet, I'm curious to hear how Kari Wahlgren's Wonder Woman will sound.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:26 AM on Sat Jan 24 2015
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I think Laura was alright, maybe could have been a little more natural in some places but decent all around. Also a shame she only put energy into the role when Wonder Woman was infect with Red Lantern energy, she was still funny with that rage but I wish she had a little of that energy into her normal Wonder Woman voice.
Shaun Ince
said at 4:17 PM on Sat Jan 24 2015
@Music Meister I agree. She sounded bored in some scenes where she spoke.
said at 9:20 PM on Fri Jan 23 2015
Oh, good God, Michelle Monaghan was horrible. Some of that may've been the writing, but her voice as Wonder Woman doesn't sit right with me. Grey DeLisle and Jules de Jongh were pretty good, though.

Sticking with Eisenberg, though.
said at 9:19 PM on Fri Jan 23 2015
 2 Shout Outs!
Eh, Bailey feels kind of wooden in places. Though on a side note, I rather appreciate them giving this WW real abs ;)

I know she already voiced Wonder Girl, but DeLisle's the closest to how I envision Wonder Woman, so I'm putting my vote on her.
said at 9:25 AM on Thu Nov 6 2014
Well it took me a while but I finally got round to voting on the Wonder Woman compare. When it comes to too many voices I usually can't be bothered with it since a lot of them blend together but I try and push myself. That's why it took so long for Superman, Lex Luthor and few others to get my opinion on their voices.

So who's my favourite Wonder Woman voice then. Well, to be fair I'm going with Kerri Russell because to me she sounded like a strong, tough woman.

Nearly every1 did a good job. Only 1or 2 VAs fall flat. Hell, even some of the VAs from the classic cartoons did a really good job. I rarely think that since most classic superhero cartoon voices suck.

I noticed most of the voters went with Susan. I'll admit she's pretty good but not good enough for me I'm afraid.

And yes, most of the voices do still blend together. Nothing changes then.
said at 8:02 AM on Fri Sep 12 2014
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I'd like to see Mary Elizabeth McGlynn have a go as Wonder Woman. I think she'd nail it.
said at 7:21 PM on Fri Aug 15 2014
 1 Shout Out!
My fave five for the voice of Wonder Woman are:
1) Susan Eisenburg
2) Keri Russell
3) Lucy Lawless
4) Maggie Q
5) Mary McDonald Lewis
said at 8:16 AM on Mon Jul 7 2014
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Susan Eisenburg for Post-Crisis, Vicki for pre-crisis.
Polyester Funk
said at 12:26 AM on Wed May 7 2014
 4 Shout Outs!
Susan Eisenberg is who I hear when I think of Wonder Woman. Grey DeLisle, Maggie Q, Keri Russell and Vanessa Marshall all sound pretty good. Lucy Lawless seems a natural choice and Tara Platt sounds alright.
said at 10:47 AM on Sat Apr 26 2014
 6 Shout Outs!
Almost everyone does an amazing job here, aside from a few dud VA's here and there. I'm especially impressed by Vanessa Marshall, Tara Platt, and Grey DeLisle.

Still, there's no doubt in my mind that Susan Eisenberg voices Diana perfectly to a tee. The voice completely fits the character, and she nailed Diana's traits, not to mention she has the advantage of voicing her longest.

Still, I would like to see Jennifer Hale take up the role some day.
said at 5:20 PM on Sat Mar 22 2014
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Susan is the character, though Vanessa's a close second. And Courtney is awesome too.

I was really curious about Laura Bailey's voice, sadly, the clip is so short. Tara Platt was a bit disappointing. Most of the others didn't have enough love in their voice. Too much warrior.
said at 9:40 PM on Mon Feb 10 2014
Michelle Monaghan is a very good actress and did fine considering this is her first ever voice acting job, Of course she's at a disadvantage compared to grey delsile as she's an experienced voice actor.
said at 11:42 AM on Wed Feb 5 2014
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My Absolute Favorite would have to be Susan Eisenberg, I've literally grown up listening to her as Wonder Woman! Runner Ups would probably be Maggie Q & Vanessa Marshall(especially after "Flashpoint Paradox").
said at 9:58 AM on Sun Jan 25 2015
@starwolf95 - Honestly, I thought Vanessa's performance in Flashpoint was worse than in Crisis on Two Earths.
said at 11:24 AM on Fri Jan 31 2014
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Michelle did a very lackluster job, acting was bad and voice was too young.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 11:35 AM on Fri Jan 31 2014
@AMT What's your opinion one Grey?
said at 5:47 PM on Wed Jan 29 2014
Michelle and Jules did alright. Grey was also good. I'm sticking with Susan Eisenberg.
said at 2:34 PM on Wed Jan 29 2014
Eisenberg: Wonder Woman
DeLisle: Wonder Girl
said at 9:36 AM on Tue Jan 28 2014
Go Grey! Michelle, not so much.
said at 9:46 PM on Mon Jan 27 2014
Grey Delisle kinda sounds like a young Susan Eisenberg, so should the best of the best not reprise I can think of one suitable substitute
said at 9:22 AM on Tue Jan 28 2014
@Troodon2 Even before Super Best friends forever I thought Grey would make a good Donna Troy. I was never feeling the accent that she uses on that show, but if she got a chance to voice her like this I think she'd do great at it.
said at 12:25 AM on Tue Feb 25 2014
@GothamRed Shouldn't this be a comment for Donna Troy's page?
said at 8:00 AM on Tue Feb 25 2014
@Troodon2 not entirely, it was based off your comment. "Grey Delisle kinda sounds like a young Susan Eisenberg" Donna Troy is a younger wonder woman, she's a clone/sister. So that's where the comment comes from.
said at 9:18 AM on Mon Jan 27 2014
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Slight off topic, but I actually kinda dig the War outfit she has here.

Back to topic, my favorites in order:
1.) Susan Eisenburg
2.) Keri Russel
3.) Courteny Taylor
4.) Maggie Q
said at 1:15 PM on Mon Jan 27 2014
@HyperVoiceActing personally i thought it had to much blue, or blue in the wrong places. It's hard for me to explain because I think the outfit would work with just the sleeves or just the upper portion, but both together looked weird to me. However I also think it would have worked better if they had swapped one of the new blue sections with extending her pant legs also. Like I said it's hard for me to explain exactly.
said at 9:51 AM on Wed Jan 29 2014
@GothamRed - I think I understand. What if they exchanged the blue on her sleeves for the pant legs and recolor the boots back to red? Would that look better?
said at 10:09 AM on Wed Jan 29 2014
@HyperVoiceActing Yeah, the first is closer in line to what I was think but that's the general idea.
said at 5:37 PM on Sun Jan 26 2014
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Susan Eisenberg is obviously my choice because I grew up listening to her voice on JL & JLU but Tara Platt really do sound like Wonder Woman. She has such a powerful voice that it fits the character's personality perfectly. Vanessa Marshall and Maggie Q aren't far behind.
said at 1:10 PM on Sun Jan 26 2014
 10 Shout Outs!
Grey is much better than Michelle.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 10:49 AM on Sun Jan 26 2014
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Grey was a natural for the role, she was strong yet kind though a little soft at some points but overall she was a good choice.

Michelle Monaghan was...okay I'm playing the god awful writing of War for making WOnder Woman unlikable in the movie. That said, she does not sound believable in her lines and came off wooden.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 10:55 AM on Sun Jan 26 2014
*Blaming the awful writing*
said at 11:18 AM on Sun Jan 26 2014
@Music Meister I think the War version of Wonder Woman could have benefited from an accent other than american. They even say in the movie she's greek that could have worked. Some lines just sound more stilted in an american accent, at least to an ignorant american like me.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 3:28 PM on Sat Jan 25 2014
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Aww, LittleBigPlanet Wonder Woman is kinda adorable.
said at 3:25 PM on Sat Jan 25 2014
Jules sounds kind of like Tara Platt
said at 2:24 PM on Wed Dec 11 2013
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Susan was brilliant as Diana!
I also liked; Vanessa, Keri, Maggie and Lucy.
said at 3:03 PM on Wed Nov 27 2013
 9 Shout Outs!
Shout out if you want Jennifer Hale!
said at 5:32 PM on Wed Oct 30 2013
Gina Torres may have been great as Vixen but her Wonder Woman is scary O-o
said at 9:23 PM on Sun Jan 26 2014
@Bluzziku Well, she voiced Superwoman from Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, so that's why it seemed scary
said at 1:43 PM on Mon Oct 14 2013
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Anyone think Jenn Hale would be a good Diana?
Lion's Edge
said at 2:51 PM on Wed Oct 16 2013
@Lpfan120 Jennifer Hale as Diana? I most DEFINITELY would!
said at 12:47 AM on Thu Nov 28 2013
@Lpfan120 Oops, I'm sorry I didn't see that you already posted this comment.
said at 8:47 PM on Mon Oct 7 2013
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Susan Eisenberg IS Wonder Woman haha

Vanessa Marshall is a close second after her role in Flashpoint Paradox
said at 3:18 PM on Mon Oct 7 2013
 4 Shout Outs!
1. Susan Eisenburg - I don't like this version of the character, but the voice was just perfect.
2. Keri Russell - Another perfect voice, though a bit deeper and a tad awkward at points.
3. Vicki Lewis - A really good voice for Wondy, sounding both good hearted and tough.
4. Lucy Lawless - Xena is a perfect fit for Diana, but the direction could have been better.
5. Vanessa Marshall - A very good take on Wondy, both sexy and caring sounding.
6. Maggie Q - A sexy voice, but much lower than I'd imagine Wonder Woman to sound.
7. BJ Ward - The best of the old Wondy voices.
8. Courtney Taylor - Great voice, but pretty flat acting.
9. Wendee Lee - It's okay, but it's Faye Valentine, which is distracting.
10. Laura Bailey - One line, but shows potential.
11. Shannon Farnon - A decent voice but the delivery is sort of corny.
12. Tara Platt - Well performed, but a bit too deep.
13. Mary McDonald Lewis - Fun, but campy.
14. Connie Cawlfield - The worst old voice. Sounds like a helpless girl: totally out of character.
15. Jane Webb - Sounds like an old lady.
16 - Gina Torres - No, no, NO, that is all wrong! The voice is so deep and scary. Not at all what Wondy should sound like!
said at 12:57 PM on Sat Jun 8 2013
 1 Shout Out!
1. Susan Eisenberg
2. Vanessa Marshall
3. Courtenay Taylor
4. Maggie Q
said at 3:50 PM on Sat May 4 2013
 1 Shout Out!
Susan Eisenberg. An obvious choice for me.
said at 11:05 AM on Sat Mar 2 2013
 1 Shout Out!
Jane Webb is okay. Susan Eisenberg is better.
said at 4:55 PM on Sun Feb 24 2013
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Susan Eisenburg - Not only does she have the most material to work with out of all of these actresses, the material given is almost always great. Kinda an unfair advantage, but she still is my fav.
Courtenay Taylor - Reminds me a a lot of Susan, too bad the material given wasn't all that great.
Lucy Lawless - A good performance, just not very memorable.
Tara Platt - Not bad.
Keri Russell - I never got into her performance. Doesn't mean she's bad, just not my favorite.
Vanessa Marshall - She's always awesome, and this is no exception. It's cool that movie got some lesser known VAs(at the time)to voice these iconic characters.
Wendee Lee - Sounds too girly.
Vicki Lewis - Its corny, but its supposed to be. Not bad.
Gina Torres - I adore her as both an actress and a VA but this is probably one of her weaker performances.
Maggie Q - I really like her. In fact, I want to see a Justice League movie with the cast they use in Young Justice.
Laura Baily - Hate to end on a low note, but meh.
said at 11:00 AM on Thu Feb 21 2013
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You know, I like BJ Ward but her voice felt a little too... girly for Wonder Woman. She may have been better suited to Black Canary, I don't know.
said at 11:22 PM on Mon Jan 28 2013
Eh, none of these voices really reach out and grab onto me as an especially specific character.

I know I usually don't make comments like these, but we need Liz Sroka as WW.

Based on her performance as Tali'Zorah alone, she can give WW that slightly-naive, fish-out-of-water vibe one might expect from an Amazon living in "Man's World" and be suitably aggressive when the time calls for it. She'd just need to trade the Russian accent for a Greek one and she'd be set: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43UIaDM_EX0

On a slightly related note, I can't help but notice the character description for this compare describes WW's background and powers, but not her personality, which I think might be pretty important to viewers who take that into account when making their choice. Though if it's because she has multiple personalities due to having multiple writers over the years, I understand -_-;
said at 1:27 PM on Tue Jan 29 2013

I dunno about all of them being indistinct. I could pick out a few like Susan Eisenberg and Gina Torres out in a crowd.
said at 9:35 PM on Tue Jan 29 2013
@CatsTuxedo If none of these voices really stand out to you I think you should go with the person who you thought had the best acting.
said at 11:33 PM on Tue Jan 29 2013
@coolgeek176 In voice-acting, it's not enough to simply be a good actor. You also have to make your character's voice stand out from everybody else's.

See, from the 30's to mid-60's (a.k.a. the Golden Age of Animation), much of the people working in voice acting had prior experience in radio acting, and in that medium they had no choice but to make their voices stand out, so that experience was quite advantageous in terms of creating unique and memorable voices that the general public can pinpoint 50 years from their creation.

Unfortunately, superhero cartoons didn't really become a thing until right after that Golden Age ended, when animation sensibility and standards in voice acting took a dive down the toilet. I think it's the lack (or absense) of priority in creating fresh, new voices in the superhero genre is part of why the genre in general doesn't interest me much (among other, irrelevant reasons).

What I'm trying to say is that it doesn't matter who's the best ACTOR if they barely have a VOICE to flavor their performance with. In my eyes, being a good voice actor is a far different field from simply being a good actor, and because this is a poll dedicated to voice-acting, I will refrain from making a choice until a performance that really catches my ear comes along.
said at 12:54 AM on Wed Jan 30 2013

But a part of voice acting IS the acting, hence voice ACTING. And it also depends on the tone the creators are going for. Again, more serious shows would've have over-the-top voice acting because it wouldn't suit them.
said at 1:26 AM on Wed Jan 30 2013

And in voice acting, acting > voice, as any voice actor would tell you.

And there are plenty of voices in this VC alone that stand out from one another, for better or for worse.
said at 11:57 PM on Sat Dec 22 2012
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Susan Eisenberg is probably my favorite, but Maggie Q, Vanessa Marshall and Lucy Lawless are good as well.
said at 1:15 PM on Sun Nov 4 2012
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Susan Eisenberg is my favorite. I also liked Laura Bailey, Vanessa Marshall, Maggie Q, and Keri Russel.
said at 10:07 PM on Wed Apr 3 2013
@coolgeek176 I also think Gina Torres is miscast.
said at 2:06 AM on Wed Aug 8 2012
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I'd like to see Laura Bailey voice a more serious incarnation of WW. :)
said at 2:24 AM on Wed Aug 8 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight Just because a performance isn't more serious doesn't make it less worthy than the ones that are (I just know I can't be the only one getting tired of that mindset). However, I would've preferred it if Bailey had more material to work with.
said at 4:18 AM on Wed Aug 8 2012
@CatsTuxedo I'm not saying Laura isn't good, I just think she could work a lot better as a serious incarnation of WW, in my opinion, and with more material, like you said. ;)
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 1:03 PM on Wed Oct 17 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight Does being serious or not matter when she only got one line
said at 5:55 PM on Thu Apr 18 2013
It's kinda hard to be all that serious in a LEGO game though. :-P
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 7:16 PM on Thu Apr 18 2013
@pokemastanumba1 Troy Baker did and Charlie has some good serious moments
said at 10:26 AM on Tue Aug 7 2012
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Cannot imagine anyone else in the role besides Eisenberg
said at 8:23 PM on Sun May 20 2012
 2 Shout Outs!
1. Susan Eisenberg
2. Vanessa Marshall
3. Keri Russel
4. Gina Torres
5. Shannon Farnon
said at 1:07 PM on Sun May 20 2012
 1 Shout Out!
I love Susan Eisenberg, but Maggie Q is great
said at 1:54 AM on Fri Apr 27 2012
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Still sticking with Susan Eisenberg, but Maggie Q was good, too.
said at 7:58 PM on Thu Apr 12 2012
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My picks for Wonder Woman are as follows, once more in no particular order;
Susan Eisenberg
Vanessa Marshall
BJ Ward
Courtenay Taylor
Maggie Q
Keri Russell
Vicki Lewis
and Lucy Lawless
said at 11:05 AM on Tue Apr 3 2012
Wasnt sure at first but.....LOVING maggie Q
great new take on the character....this WW takes herself very seriously and MAY need a holiday to relax abit!!!!
said at 8:29 AM on Fri Mar 30 2012
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Eisenberg did a great job!
said at 5:29 AM on Tue Mar 27 2012
Maggie Q was pretty good, though Susan Eisenberg (obviously), Vanessa Marshall, Keri Russell, and Courtenay Taylor are slightly better.
said at 11:07 PM on Sun Mar 25 2012
Maggie Q was excellent as Wonder Woman. Really surprised me.
said at 4:37 PM on Sun Mar 4 2012
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Since we have more people on here now, I guess I'd better make a new breakdown:

Farnon - Too deep, too forced, but classic nonetheless

Cawlfield - Terrible acting, but I guess her voice works

Ward - A little old sounding, but she gets the job done

Eisenberg - Perfect strong voice, perfect powerful delivery. She was perfect!

Taylor - Not bad, but a little too soft spoken

Lawless - Trying way too hard to sound like Eisenberg, and too forced. Her acting was decent though.

Platt - Very good, probably a little young sounding, but I otherwise liked her WW quite a bit.

Russell - A little young sounding, but her acting was good.

Marshall - Sounded pretty average, but her voice worked

McDonald Lewis - Sounds a LOT like Ward!

Lee - I guess her voice was pretty good.

Lewis - A little forced-sounding, but her voice worked

Torres - Ugh, can you imagine a more unfitting voice for this character? Ugh... UGH!!!! Too deep, WAAAAAY too deep, horrible acting, it sounds like she swallowed a frog! She almost sounded... FRIGHTENING!
said at 11:40 PM on Thu Mar 29 2012
Q - A little generic, and a little over-dramatic, but otherwise, she does a good job.
said at 6:31 PM on Sat Jul 21 2012
Bailey - A very strong and sexy voice. She did only briefly voice Wonder Woman, but still managed to sound better than at least a couple others here.
said at 9:41 PM on Sat Jul 21 2012
@PurpleWarrior13 I have to disagree. Deeper voices aren't really her natural suit and it sounds a bit forced to me, like a young girl TRYING to sound like an older woman.
said at 1:35 AM on Sun Jul 22 2012
@AMT I think if she had more material to work with, she would've definitely sounded better. I guess my point was that she had potential. She was the only female voice actress working on the game, and she did make it work (though I will say that even in it's current state, her performance still easily beats Connie Cawlfield and Gina Torres any day of the week). :P
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:33 AM on Sun Jul 22 2012
@PurpleWarrior13 Actually, she wasn't the only one working on the game. Just the only one whose roles I could confirm.
said at 11:03 PM on Fri Mar 1 2013
@PurpleWarrior13 Webb - very strong-sounding, and it gets the job done. It's a LITTLE flat/wooden, but not jarringly so. It's definitely one of the better ones here.
said at 6:03 AM on Thu Mar 1 2012
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What the, where did all the Farnon fanboys come from? O_O
said at 12:50 PM on Thu Mar 1 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight It's more likely one fanboy using sockpuppets to make it seem like many. If solid evidence confirming that scenario surfaces, I'm sure the administrators can do something about it and correct the polls.
said at 10:47 PM on Thu Mar 1 2012
@CatsTuxedo Oh, for crying out loud...SMH
said at 3:53 PM on Sun Mar 4 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight What makes you think Farnon doesn't have fans? Her voice is classic in the character. She's not my favorite, but I can certainly understand people liking her. :)
NCZ (Admin)
said at 4:01 PM on Sun Mar 4 2012
@PurpleWarrior13 He's not saying that she doesn't have fans. It's that they all came around the same time and have eerily-similar opinions.

Anyway, I seriously hope that this doesn't end up like the disaster known as the Sonic voice compare section. (shudder)
said at 4:08 PM on Sun Mar 4 2012
@NCZ Wait. Now that you mention it, a lot of Farnon fan comments did kinda suddenly drop in in a matter of hours... I'm pretty sure it's the same person making a bunch of comments and votes. I thought he was only referring to the votes. :P
said at 9:56 PM on Sun Mar 4 2012
@NCZ Thank you, NCZ. =)
said at 11:09 AM on Wed Feb 8 2012
Bacall & Bergman missed this list. Shannon's voice, like theirs, is easy to remember and hard to forget. You got my vote. g
said at 9:21 PM on Mon Feb 6 2012
Shannon is the Classic Wonder Woman.
said at 7:54 PM on Mon Feb 6 2012
Shannon Farnon is the "real" Wonder Woman!!!
said at 3:52 PM on Tue Feb 28 2012
@Cannon I suppose that even though she was live action and it wasn't just her voice, Lynda Carter isn't?
said at 10:40 PM on Sun Mar 4 2012
@BlankSlate The "real" Wonder woman is a drawing on a piece of paper. Just saying. =)
said at 7:38 PM on Sun Feb 5 2012
Shannon Farnon is the only true voice that I recognize!
said at 10:58 PM on Sat Feb 4 2012
Shannon Farnon was the original one who made Wonder Woman a success. The first is always the one voice one remembers. All were good, but best & thanks goes to Shannon.
Wicked One
said at 1:59 AM on Sat Feb 4 2012
Farnon is the first and longest running voice of Wonder Woman and while the may not mean much to short sighted generations of late, it says something about her ability to deliver the character's voice!
said at 11:20 PM on Wed Feb 29 2012
@Wicked One I'm sorry, but just because someone has a different opinion from you doesn't mean they're short-sighted; it's just a different opinion and it just so happens that (at the time of writing this) a majority of the people here thought Susan Eisenberg was the better voice actress for Wonder Woman.
said at 12:37 AM on Sat Feb 4 2012
Farnon's is the only voice I have known since inception. I think the popularity of Eisenberg is due to a newer generation watching her, but Farnon is the only voice with the husk and dominance necessary to be a credible super hero.
said at 3:01 AM on Mon Dec 19 2011
 1 Shout Out!
Eisenberg without a doubt. Glad she's dominating this poll. =D
said at 6:38 PM on Sun Oct 23 2011
Gonna go with Susan Eisenberg for Wonder Woman. Sure, she started off rocky in Justice League, Season 1, but after that, as spawnguy said, she came a long way and got pretty good--and proved she could still voice Diana in Superman/Batman: Apocalypse. That said, Vicki Lewis, Vanessa Marshall, Keri Russell, Lucy Lawless, and Courtenay Taylor--though Taylor do sound like they're channeling Eisenberg a little.

Gina Torres and Tara Platt sound off, so I think they're miscast. Given I loathe most of Mark Millar's work, I can't vote Wendee Lee on this one, even though I usually do like her work.
said at 11:49 AM on Sat Aug 6 2011
 1 Shout Out!
I like Eisenberg and Russell.
said at 11:47 AM on Mon Apr 18 2011
1. Eiseberg 2. Platt 3.Russel 4. Marshall 5. Taylor and coming in at 6 is Fannon then Caulfield then Ward Lee is the weakest as she sounds like a teenager
said at 11:41 AM on Mon Apr 18 2011
Tara Platt sounds like Eisenberg a lot
said at 4:45 PM on Wed Apr 6 2011
All great but I'll go with Coutrney Taylor who sounds like Eisenberg a little. Also could you people please give more of thes talented ladies credit? It seems like people are coming here and not even bothering with the other great voices.
said at 6:26 PM on Wed Jan 12 2011
gina torres voices her in DCU Online
said at 11:03 AM on Tue Jun 21 2011
@GothamRed You are right, it is in a sense incomplete. It is odd but I understand why.
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 1:40 PM on Tue Jun 21 2011
Thanks for the reminder. Now added!
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 5:47 PM on Sat Mar 20 2010
Had to go with Vanessa Marshall myself
Foxwolf (Admin)
said at 3:45 AM on Sat Mar 20 2010
its cool. she can stay there until one of the more pro ears in our audience can prove that clip wrong :P
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 9:56 AM on Fri Mar 19 2010
well if your really unsure just remove her for now though maybe keep a copy of the clip just in case for the future.
Foxwolf (Admin)
said at 3:48 AM on Fri Mar 19 2010
I can't find a credit for Mary Lewis. Also, that clip sounds like BJ Ward
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 8:37 PM on Sun Mar 14 2010
maybe it is maybe it isn't.

All I know for sure is that for the ending credits of the episode both BJ Ward and Mary McDonald Lewis are listed.
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 3:52 PM on Sun Mar 14 2010
I think it is Mary McDonald-Lewis.

Voice Chasers says its her and I trust that site more than wikipedia.

Also according to Mary's resume she voiced Wonder Woman.


If it's not certain then she can always be removed later.
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 3:11 PM on Sun Mar 14 2010
I thought it was Mary McDonald-Lewis?
said at 3:03 PM on Sun Mar 14 2010
That was BJ Ward who voiced Wonder Woman in the Ruby-Spears Superman
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 2:48 PM on Sun Mar 14 2010
@ crawfordjeremy702000

Nice memory you got! I remember watching part of that episode but forgot. I'll track down a clip and add it asap. :)
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 12:13 PM on Sun Mar 14 2010
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YEAH you finally got it up! lol

They all did a good job IMO.
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