Betty Jean Ward (born May 16, 1944 in Wilmington, Delaware), professionally known as B. J. Ward, is an American actress and voice actress who voiced several characters in Fallout Tactics and Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel. She is the creator and star of Stand-Up Opera, a musical one-woman show, as well as being a licensed aviator and a Playboy bunny in the 1960s.
Ward is married to Gordon Hunt. She is Helen Hunt's stepmother.
Ward is best known as a voice actress. Her notable animation voice credits include:
- Scarlett on G.I. Joe
- The title role on Jana of the Jungle
- Wonder Woman on the final two seasons of Super Friends and the 1988 series Superman
- Casey Kelp and Lil' Seaweed in Snorks
- M3 on the 1995 Batman: The Animated Series episode "The Lion and the Unicorn"
- Bjørn's wife in The Little Troll Prince
- Velma in four Scooby-Doo direct-to-DVD films (Nicole Jaffe would re-assume the role in 2003 and Mindy Cohn would voice the character from 2004 onward).
- Princess Allura, Witch Haggar and all female voices on Voltron (American version), with the exception of Queen Merla, who is voiced by Tress MacNeille
- Whopper on Pound Puppies
- Mage, Halinor on W.I.T.C.H.
- Small Foot on Challenge of the GoBots
- Singing voice of Judy Jetson in Rockin' with Judy Jetson
- Witch Hag in Samurai Jack (Episode XXX)
- Iris the computer on The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest
- Winnie Woodpecker on The New Woody Woodpecker Show
- additional voices on The Bugs Bunny Show
In 1985, she made a rare film appearance in the TV movie Malice in Wonderland alongside Elizabeth Taylor and Jane Alexander.
She has also done voices for video games, including:
- Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel
- Grandia II
- Dark Chronicle
- Jade Empire
- Demon Stone
- Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage
- Baldur's Gate II
- Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits
- Onimusha 3, Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams
- The opening narration to Disneyland's nighttime show Fantasmic.
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