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Jodi Forrest

Jodi Forrest

Jodi Forrest (February 8, 1956 - December 2017) was an actress who provided several voices for Code Lyoko from Seasons 1-4. In addition to voice acting, she also did live acting, directing, lighting, dancing, opera singing, and teaching. She lived in Paris, France.

Her name has been spelled as Jodi, Jody, and Jodie. She once came to work dressed in Sissi cosplay.

On June 25, 2018, it was revealed by fellow voice actor Paul Bandey via the creator of the IFSCL that Forrest died from a long illness. Another fellow voice actress, Barbara Weber-Scaff, reported that she had died in December the year before.


  • Her favorite episode is Ultimatum.[1]
  • Forrest initially auditioned for Aelita, Ulrich and Odd but wasn't offered a role in the series.[2] She was contacted to replace her friend Christine Flowers as the role of Sissi because she was unavailable after the first few episodes. Forrest never heard Flowers' voice for Sissi, and based her performance off what the other voice actors told her Flowers' sounded like.[3]

Noteworthy Non-Code Lyoko Roles[]

  • "Ratatouille", noteworthy because Matthew Geczy, Jodi Forrest, David Gasman, Sharon Mann, and Alan Wenger, all of whom are Code Lyoko actors, worked on this film.
  • "A Monster in Paris", noteworthy because it also had a ton of Code Lyoko actors. Such actors include Jodi Forrest, David Gasman, Matthew Geczy, Mirabelle Kirkland, and Alan Wenger.
  • Several roles in the Rabbids franchise. Again, because of the absurd number of Code Lyoko actors. Matthew Geczy, Jodi Forrest, David Gasman, Sharon Mann, Alan Wenger, and Mirabelle Kirkland have all had roles in this franchise.
  • The Rayman franchise has too many of these intersections to find.
  • Agatha in Indigo Prophecy
  • Jade in Beyond Good and Evil
  • Zoe and Sendell in Little Big Adventure 2
  • Various characters including Gohan and Zangya in an alternate European dub for various films and specials in the Dragon Ball franchise.
  • She also was in the documentary "Lyoko: Decoded." She was interviewed about Code Lyoko. She also provided Sissi's voice for the documentary's gags. She described Sissi as "strident", "full of herself", and "very spoiled, so she's used to getting her way."

Code Lyoko Roles[]

Role Form Seasons
Sissi Delmas English Voice Seasons 1-4, having succeeded Christine Flowers.
Nicole Weber English Voice Seasons 1-4
Rosa Petitjean English Voice Seasons 1-4
Suzanne Hertz English Voice Seasons 1-4
Yolanda Perraudin English Voice Seasons 1-4
Young Aelita Schaeffer English Voice Seasons 2-4
Claire Girard English Voice Season 2
Heidi Klinger English Voice Season 2
Johnny Cleary English Voice Season 3-4
Bringa Erinsdottir English Voice Season 4: 1 episode: "Kadic Bombshell"

She also played all of her characters' X.A.N.A.-possessed counterparts.

Pictures of Roles[]


  1. Reply from Jodi Forrest: "I do have a favorite episode, but I don't know the name of it. (You guys in England can shut your ears here since you may not have seen this one) It's the one where Sissi "replaces" Jeremie, if you see what I mean (I'm intentionally trying to be obscure)." November 6, 2005.
  2. Reply from Jodi Forrest: "I auditioned for Aelita, Ulrich, and Odd, but didn't get anything. Christine Flowers (a good friend) was cast as Sissi, but she was unavailable after a few episodes so I was called in to replace her." March 19, 2006.
  3. Reply from Jodi Forrest: "[...] As to Sissi's voice, I tried to copy Christine's (Sissi's original voice artist) as closely as possible without ever having heard it! The director and other VA's coached me and I guess we managed to find something that worked. I don't know, though. I never did hear Christine's take on her." February 4, 2006.