Moira Quirk

Moira Quirk
Born Moira Shannon Quirk
(1968-10-30) October 30, 1968
Rutland, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992present
Agent Arlene Thornton and Associates
Spouse(s) Michael Rayner (1996present)
Children 2

Moira Shannon Quirk (born October 30, 1968) is an English actress, most active in voice over roles.


Early career

Moira Quirk got her acting training and graduated with a B.A. in drama from the University of London and The Central School of Speech and Drama. Early in her career, she took voice acting lessons from Susan Blu and Charlie Adler.

Live action career

Quirk was the referee of the Nickelodeon game show Nickelodeon GUTS for four seasons and was the host of the children's TV series Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps.

Voice acting career

She is also known as the voice of Brit Krust in the Nicktoon series My Life as a Teenage Robot, as well as the voice of CHIPS in The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd. Moira also appeared in the game Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction, a voiceover for the news reporter Adriana Livingston. She also voiced Daniella in the video game Haunting Ground, as well as Susie Smythe and Mei Ling on two episodes of What's New, Scooby Doo?.

Quirk has additionally voiced several episodic characters on popular animated series, such as Codename: Kids Next Door and Johnny Bravo, as well as voicing Elhaym Van Houten in the cult PlayStation RPG Xenogears.

Recently, she has voiced the character Karliah in the role-playing video game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, as well as Elara Dorne in Bioware's MMORPG, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and Dr. Moira Vahlen in XCOM: Enemy Unknown and its expansion, Enemy Within.

She also provided additional voices for Happy Feet Two, portrayed Phyla-Vell on The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and voiced characters in Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning action role-playing video game.

Personal life

Quirk is married to comedian Michael Rayner and they have two children.

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