Marina Sirtis

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Marina Sirtis
Marina Sirtis performing as Demona in the Radio Play.

Marina Sirtis is the voice actress for Demona on Gargoyles.

Marina Sirtis was the first actor to audition for Demona, the first actor to audition for the series, and right at that moment, Greg Weisman and Jamie Thomason knew that they had their Demona.

She also likes to throw jolly ranchers at Greg Weisman


Marina Sirtis gained worldwide acclaim as the sexy and cerebral Deanna Troi of the successful "Star Trek: The Next Generation" TV series and Star Trek feature films. Over the life of the role, Marina skillfully transformed the popular character from reserved beauty to delicious diva by inserting her own trademark wit and comedic timing.

Marina's dramatic and comedic range has since created opportunities on the stage, television, and feature films far beyond the Star Trek franchise.

Her feature films include the Academy Award-winning Best Picture "Crash" for which she received a SAG Award (Ensemble). On the small screen, she starred as "Queen Wealhteow" in the Sci-Fi Channel's movie "Grendel" as well as numerous guest-starring appearances on shows like "Without A Trace," "Girlfriends," "The Closer" and the UK's "Hobie City."

Marina was born in London, England to Greek parents who initially did not want her to become an actress. After high school, she secretly applied to the prestigious Guild Hall School of Music and Drama. After graduating, Marina earned her acting chops performing on British television and stage. In 1986, Marina moved to Los Angeles hoping to make her mark in American film and television.

After six months, Marina was ready to call it quits and head back to the UK. Legendary Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry would change her mind. He was casting for "Star Trek: The Next Generation." After what she thought was a terrible audition, and just moments before boarding a plane for London, Marina got the call that would launch her career. Producers wanted her for the role of Deanna Troi.

Queen Bee.

"Gargoyles" fans know her as the voice Demona, the "bad gargoyle." She also provided the voice of Margot Yale in early episodes and the voice of the Gorlois for the never-completed Disney's "Team Atlantis" episode, "The Last."

As of 2012, Marina provides the voice of Queen Bee in the animated series "Young Justice" (produced by Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman).

Roles on Gargoyles


Had The Spectacular Spider-Man received a third season, Greg Weisman had planned to cast Marina as Emily Osborn.

See also