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Mandy Fox

Mandy Fox

Mandy Fox

Professor of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts


(614) 688-4646

464 Theatre, Film, and Media Arts Building
1932 College Road
Columbus, OH 43210

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Areas of Expertise

  • Voice Acting
  • Voice and Dialect Coaching
  • Acting Technique
  • Directing
  • Play Development


  • MFA Yale School of Drama
  • BFA Otterbein University

Mandy Fox is a voice actor and director with expertise in new play development. Her work has taken her all over the world, from Broadway to Kuwait and London’s West End.

Fox’s voice acting spans video games, animation, and audiobooks. Recent projects include Sumerian Six, a real-time tactical stealth adventure from Artificer (Showgunners) and Devolver Digital; Rip Tide, an animation in development, written, storyboarded, and directed by Oliver Thomas (Love Death and RobotsBlue Eye Samurai); and All the Moonlight on Earth, an audiobook written by Jesse Muehlbauer.

Fox’s interest in play development spans verbatim/documentary theatre, community-engaged creation, and traditional playwriting. Fox’s play Gramp, a verbatim play created from reel-to-reel tapes of Earl Murdock, a blind pianist living in rural Ohio in the early 1960’s, is published in At the Intersection of Disability and Drama: A Critical Anthology of New Plays (McFarland Publishers, 2021). During the COVID-pandemic, Fox wrote and directed Peregrine Delivers Bad News, an online production starring London-based actor Peter Cutts. Peregrine marks Fox’s second collaboration with Cutts. Their first, Hamlet’s Fool, which Fox directed with Cutts writing and performing, culminated in a run at the Cockpit Theatre in London’s West End.

In addition to teaching a full docket of classes in voice and acting within the Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts, Fox is a frequent guest instructor at the LAPA School for the Performing Arts at the LOYAC Academy, Kuwait. She is a member of the Actors' Equity Association.

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