Pat Musick

Game Credits


Full Throttle: Remastered (2017)   (Miranda Rose Wood)
Disney DuckTales: Remastered (2013)   (Featuring the Voice Talents of)
Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (2012)   (Featuring the English Voice Talents of)
Law & Order II: Double or Nothing (2003)   (Voice-Over Talent)
Law & Order: Dead on the Money (2002)   (Voice Actors)
Duckman: The Graphic Adventures of a Private Dick (1997)   (Voice Talent)
Mortimer and the Riddles of the Medallion (1996)   (Animal and Gate Speaking Voices)
Full Throttle (1995)   (Cast)

Developer Biography

Born in St. Louis, Pat Musick graduated from the University of Denver with a degree in theatre. Her career began with performing in regional theatre across the country in such productions as "My Daughter, Your Son" with June Allyson, "Harvet" with Jim Hutton, and "Sabrina Fair" with Maureen O'Sullivan and Sylvia Sidney. She also performed with the St. Louis Municipal Repertory.

Eventually, she returned to Denver and became a disc jockey for KLAK-FM, a country station, and KPPL-AM, and easy listening station. There, she realized the wealth of opportunities for voice work.

Since that discovery, Musick has voiced roles in the feature "An American Tail," and has extensive television credits, including "Rugrats," "The Gummi Bears," "Monster Tails" and six seasons as the Snappy Smurf in NBC-TV's "The Smurfs."

Recently, she added a female perspective to the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" as Mona Lisa. She also voiced Sally Vacuum in the Fox TV's animated series "The Tick," and the lead character in "Uncle Elephant," a PBS Peabody awardwinning children's series.

Pat Musick takes on the loopy responsibility of being the voice for Fluffy and Uranus, Duckman's squeaky-clean, well-intentioned and ultimately misguided secretarial stuffed animals in "Duckman", the USA Network animated adult comedy series from Klasky Csupo, Inc. and Reno and Osborn Productions in association with Paramount Domestic Television.

Residing in Los Angeles, Musick is married and lives in a hilltop house with her husband, Jeff, daughter, Mae, and two cats.

Last updated: Sep 18, 2005