Nika Futterman

Biography: Nika Futterman was born in New York on October 25, 1969. She is an American voice actress who is the voice of Miguel on the PBS Kids show Maya & Miguel, as well as the voices of Adam and Mike in the Cartoon Network shows My Gym Partner's a Monkey and Mike, Lu, and Og, respectively. She also appeared on camera in various TV shows, including Chicago Hope, The Wayans Bros., Shasta McNasty and The Huntress. Just recently, she got a role as Maria the skunk in Open Season. She has recurring role as a tomboy swordswoman Freedom Fighter named Smellerbee in the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender.
She has been involved in acting and singing since her early childhood when she performed in plays, musicals and student films. She spent a few years as an on-camera actress doing television, co-starring in such shows as Chicago Hope and Murphy Brown. She does voices to characters in cartoons such as CatDog, Hey Arnold, Mike, Lu and Og, Xyber 9, Piggley Winks, Chalk Zone, Kim
Nika Futterman was born in New York on October 25, 1969. She is an American voice actress who is the voice of Miguel on the PBS Kids show Maya & Miguel, as well as the voices of Adam and Mike in the Cartoon Network shows My Gym Partner's a Monkey and Mike, Lu, and Og, respectively. She also appeared on camera in various TV shows, including Chicago Hope, The Wayans Bros., Shasta McNasty and The Huntress. Just recently, she got a role as Maria the skunk in Open Season. She has recurring role as a tomboy swordswoman Freedom Fighter named Smellerbee in the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender.
She has been involved in acting and singing since her early childhood when she performed in plays, musicals and student films. She spent a few years as an on-camera actress doing television, co-starring in such shows as Chicago Hope and Murphy Brown. She does voices to characters in cartoons such as CatDog, Hey Arnold, Mike, Lu and Og, Xyber 9, Piggley Winks, Chalk Zone, Kim Possible and video games such as The Matrix, Alter Echo, XMen, and Crimson Skies. Most of these show, such as CatDog, are now cancelled.

In 1992, Nika Frost moved to Los Angeles where she spent the next few years studing television. She soon began to devote her time exclusively to voiceover.
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Nika Futterman's Scores

Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 13 out of 26
  2. Negative: 2 out of 26
26 game reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
83 Kid Icarus: Uprising (3DS) Mar 23, 2012 Voice: Pandora / Voice: Pandora 8.8
83 inFamous 2 (PS3) Jun 7, 2011 Voice: Nix / Voice: Nix 8.5
82 Final Fantasy XIII (X360) Mar 9, 2010 Additional Voices / Additional Voices 6.0
78 Lost Odyssey (X360) Feb 12, 2008 Voice: Mack / Voice: Mack 8.4
79 Blue Dragon (X360) Aug 28, 2007 Marumaro (English Voice) / Marumaro (English Voice) 7.9
81 Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (PS2) Oct 24, 2006 Black Widow, Deathbird / Black Widow, Deathbird 8.0
84 Guild Wars Factions (PC) Apr 28, 2006 Voice Actor / Voice Actor 8.4
81 Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams (PS2) Mar 7, 2006 Akane Yagyu / Akane Yagyu / Ohatsuhime / Ohatsuhime 8.9
81 Ratchet: Deadlocked (PS2) Oct 25, 2005 Voice Of Juanita, Kid B, Janice, Hybrid Girl, Baby Seal / Voice Of Juanita, Kid B, Janice, Hybrid Girl, Baby Seal 8.9
86 Psychonauts (PS2) Jun 21, 2005 Voices Of Dogen Boyle, Whispering Rocket Lady, First Rainbow Squ / Voices Of Dogen Boyle, Whispering Rocket Lady, First Rainbow Squ 8.6
80 Full Spectrum Warrior (PC) Sep 21, 2004 Voice (Dr. Alvarez) / Voice (Dr. Alvarez) / Voice (Recon Pilot) / Voice (Recon Pilot) 7.0
80 Hot Shots Golf Fore! (PS2) Aug 17, 2004 Voice Actor / Voice Actor 8.3
88 Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge (XBOX) Oct 21, 2003 Voice Of Maria / Voice Of Maria 8.8