July 4, 2022

Jessie Flower Biography, Age, Family, Voice Actors, Movies, Tv Shows and Avatar

Jessie Flower Biography

 Jessie Flower (Michaela Murphy) is an American voice actress well known as the voice of Toph Beifong in the animated television series Avatar: The Last Airbender. She as well voiced the character Meng in the season one episode “The Fortuneteller”. She voices Peggy in Random! Cartoons episode Tiffany. Jessie has been featured in several movies, including Meet the Robinsons, Over the Hedge, The Ant Bully, Finding Nemo, The Emperor’s New School and Brother Bear.

Jessie Flower Age

Jessie was born on 18th of August 1994 in Southern Indiana. She is 24 years old in 2018.

Jessie Flower Family | Young

There is no information about her family background, there is also no information on how she was raised up together with her siblings.

Jessie Flowe Dating | Boyfriend

There is no information about her dating or engaged with someone, she has kept her life so confidential about her love life and opt to concentrate on her career.

Jessie Flowe Education

There is no information regarding her educational background, she seems to be so confidential and she seems to have not shared a lot inconsiderate of her personal life.

Jessie Flowe Career | Voice Actors

Jessie began her career at the age of 4 years old her mom relocated to L.A. She is when she decided she wanted to be in a commercial; and in a commercial she was. She has been featured in several commercials including a Barbie commercial, and a Mitsubishi commercial that actually filmed in Japan.  She has earned credits she adds print work, television guest star roles, student films, and live stage performances. Her works include the Disney Catalog, a Volkswagen New Beatle online advertisement, “General Hospital”, “St. Charles Place”, “Meet Me In St. Louis” (the role of Tootie), “Annie” (the role of Annie), and “Strong Medicine”; just to name a few.

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Her voice as well has been featured more than her face, She voice started with a radio spot, but quickly grew to include movies and television. ADR (Audio Digital Recording) working on one of her specialties as well. Her voice has been featured in: “Finding Nemo”, “Spider Man 2”, “Son of the Mask”, “The Bad News Bears”, and “Avatar: The Last Airbender”. She as well worked with work for Disney. Her most favorite roles so far are Chaca in the animated feature, “Kronk’s New Groove.” She also gets to voice this role in the Disney series, “The Emperor’s New School.”
Jessie has a great singing voice, and would someday like to record an album. Although she loves the arts, Jessie aspires to be a heart surgeon when she grows up.

Jessie Flowe Net Worth

Jessie has an estimated net worth is under review and has not yet been revealed.

Jessie Flower Avatar | The Last Airbender

She is featured as Toph Beifong in (Avatar) based on The world is divided into four nations — the Water Tribe, the Earth Kingdom, the Fire Nation, and the Air Nomads — each of them represented by a natural element for which the nation is named. Benders have the ability to control and manipulate the element from their nation. Only the Avatar is the master of all four elements. The ruthless Fire Nation wants to conquer the world but the only bender who has enough power, the Avatar went missing and the tribe soon discovers that Aang is the long-lost Avatar. Now Katara and Sokka must safeguard Aang on his journey to master all four elements and save the world from the Fire Nation.

Jessie Flower Dragon Prince

She is featured as (Toph) serving as the commander at the border with Xadia. She uses sign language and can read lips. One of her soldiers, Gren (Adrian Pettigrew), serves as her translator since most people can’t read signs

Jessie Flower Movies and Tv Shows






2005 The Emperor’s New Groove 2: Kronk’s New Groove Chaca Cartoon Movie
2006 Curious George Kid Voice
Over the Hedge Additional Voices Cartoon Movie
The Ant Bully Additional Voices Cartoon Movie
Brother Bear 2 Young Nita Cartoon Movie
2007 Meet the Robinsons Young Franny Cartoon Movie
The Emperor’s New School Chaca Cartoon Series
2005-2008 Avatar: The Last Airbender Toph Reg. Series
2008 Random! Cartoons Peggy Cartoon Series

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Jessie Flower Interview

Acastus: How did you get involved with the show? Did you audition for Toph at the same time as Meng, or did the opportunity to play Toph develop later?

JF: First, I auditioned for Meng, then I got the part, and then they decided I might be a good voice for Toph. So, I auditioned for that, then got that part. Which actually at the time, Toph’s name was “The Blind Bandit”.

Acastus: Since you originally played Meng, was it difficult to “switch gears” so to speak when you started playing Toph later on?

JF: No, not really. Because since I do a lot of other voice work, I am used to “switching gears” quite often so it was pretty easy and fun!

Acastus: What was it like joining an already established cast when you started playing Toph in the first half of season two?

JF: It was really fun. I got to meet all the people who played the characters, that was really cool!!

Acastus: What are the challenges involved in playing a blind character?

JF: Since it is an animated show, it’s not really a challenge because she’s is such a great Earthbender she can see with her feet.

Acastus: How do you interact with Andrea Romano, the Voice Director? How about with the episode directors? What kind of direction do you receive from each?

JF: Andrea and I get along great! She is hilarious. The episode directors are very fun and nice! Depending on the scene, the most common direction I get is to make my voice sound either tougher or more sincere.

Acastus: Conversely, how much creative freedom do Mike, Bryan, Andrea and the rest of the cast allow you to interpret your character(s)?

JF: They give me a lot of freedom. They let me try all different ways all the time, and if I don’t hit something they like, then they direct me.

Acastus: In the episodes broadcast to date, how has Toph’s character developed in your view? What were the challenges presented by that development and how did you deal with them?

JF: Well, she has become the Earthbender that she has always wanted to be. She is no longer stuck at her parent’s house, and she has the freedom to do whatever she wants, and she gets to teach Aang how to Earthbend.