Barbara Weber-Scaff (born August 21, 1963), or as she is also credited, Barbara Scaff, is an actress who played a variety of roles in Code Lyoko and elsewhere. Most of her Code Lyoko roles are men. She is a former Broadway actress.
Noteworthy Non-Code Lyoko Roles
- Several collaboration albums, including one with Elton John.
- The Legend of Calamity Jane, where she played the titular character in 1997. This role is relevant because this show was broadcasted by the same company as Code Lyoko.
- Another Road: This was written by Julien Lamassonne.
- Les Funambules: An anti-homophobia album
- The French dub of Flashdance
- Arthur and the Invisibles: Lip Sync Artist
- Several roles in the Rabbids franchise
- The title role in The Legend of Calamity Jane
- Something in the Corto Maltese franchise
- Martin Morning: A short-lived series that for some reason had half the English cast of Code Lyoko work on it.
- Salammbo: Battle for Carthage, a video game in the same vein as Martin Morning
- Still Life 2: a video game, again with the same cast.
- A role in Casper's Scare School
- Kaeloo: The role of Pretty the rabbit, in the Miam! Animation dub
Code Lyoko Roles
|Johnny (Jodi Forrest voiced)||English Voice||Seasons 3-4|
|Xavier Gosselin||English Voice||Seasons 1-4|
|Kelly||English Voice||Season 4, one episode: Music to Soothe the Savage Beast|
|Mister Pück (character)||English Voice||Season 2|
|Hiroki Ishiyama||English Voice||Seasons 2-4|
|Emily LeDuc (Jodi Forrest voiced)||English Voice||Seasons 1-4|
|Ulrich Stern||English Voice||Seasons 1-4|
|Kiwi||English Voice||This was Ulrich in Kiwi's body in one episode: Nobody in Particular|
|X.A.N.A. Ulrich||English Voice||Seasons 2-3, three episodes: X.A.N.A.'s Kiss, Revelation, and Nobody in Particular|
Gallery of portrayed roles
A Quote from her
"Over here in France we get the craziest dialogue from the supposedly bilingual in- house translators...but luckily for us they cannot get someone from around the office to do the voice...unlLESS of COURSE dey are looking just for an e-VIL french sounding perSON! So they call actors, thank goodness, usually!"