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October 1, 2005 (18)
Rosalie Chiang is an American actress, prominently known for her voice acting role as Mei Lee in Pixar’s animated film “Turning Red.”
Chiang’s career took a significant turn when she was chosen for the lead role in “Turning Red,” a Pixar film directed by Domee Shi. This role provided her with a platform to demonstrate her voice acting prowess, capturing the complex emotions of a teenager who turns into a giant red panda whenever she gets too emotional. This performance was not only a hit among young viewers but also received critical acclaim for its depth and nuance.
Collaboration has been a cornerstone of Chiang’s journey in the entertainment industry. Notably, she worked under the direction of Domee Shi, who won an Oscar for her work on “Bao.” In addition to Shi, Chiang collaborated with a talented cast in “Turning Red,” including Sandra Oh, who provided the voice for Ming Lee, Mei’s mother. Other cast members she collaborated with are Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, James Hong, Wai Ching Ho, and Jordan Fisher. On the musical side, she has been involved in projects that featured work from esteemed musicians like Finneas O’Connell and Billie Eilish, who contributed to the film’s soundtrack. Other key figures include producers Lindsey Collins and Mary Alice Drumm, as well as editor Tim Fox.
Chiang’s performance in “Turning Red” has been widely recognized by various film festivals and awards ceremonies. The film was nominated for an Annie Award for Best Voice Acting, which underscores the talent she brought to her role as Mei Lee. Further recognition includes the film’s nominations at international film festivals.