The Many Voices of Omega – From Ang to Z

Some of the voice actors who voice Omega in 'The Bad Batch'

Omega has won the hearts of countless Star Wars fans across the globe and you could argue that a lot if this is down to the upbeat personalities and vocal talents of the dozen or so women who have voiced her. Those who have been watching The Bad Batch in its original English will already be familiar with New Zealand-born actor Michelle Ang but they may not know much (if anything) about the women who voice the young clone in the foreign-language versions of the show, so I felt it was time to show some love for the many voices of Omega.

A word of warning before we dive in: I’ve had to rely on Google Translate for some sections of this article due to the lack of English-language information available for most of Omega’s voice actors. So if any of the information below is incorrect or you have any additional information for me, leave me a message in the replies below or send me an email!

English – Michelle Ang

Michelle Ang is a New Zealander of Chinese/Malaysian descent who began her television career in 1997 as a singing and dancing Super Trooper on the talent reality show McDonald’s Young Entertainers. She went on to appear in a number of immensely popular TV series, including Xena: Warrior Princess, Grey’s Anatomy, and Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462, but she is perhaps best known for playing Lori Lee in the Australian soap opera Neighbours and Tai-San in the post-apocalyptic teen drama series The Tribe.

Photo of Michelle Ang, taken by Paul Archuleta. The voice of Omega on The Bad Batch.
(Photo credit: Paul Archuleta/Getty Images for Fashion Media)

Some of her most recent work includes The New Legends of Monkey, where she plays the formidable General Khan, and the Kiwi action-thriller series Vegas. If you’re eager to learn more about Ang’s work, visit her IMDB page or check out her interview with StarWars.Com. You can also find her on Instagram, @themichelleang.


Brazilian Portuguese – Duda Chantre

The youngest voice actor listed here, Duda Chantre voices Omega in the Brazilian Portuguese dubbed version and is barely older than her animated counterpart. But despite her young age, Duda has already established herself as a rising star in the Brazilian voice-acting world.

Photo of Duda Chantre.
(Photo credit: Duda Chantre)

Her most recent dubbing roles include Blanca in the 2019 Spanish film Vivir dos veces, Kate in The Mysterious Benedict Society, Elena in Diary of a Future President, and Moonee in The Florida Project.


Cantonese – Melodee Mak (麥智鈞)

The Hong Kong-based singer, actor, and yoga teacher Melodee Mak (麥智鈞/麥紫筠) is the voice actor for Omega on the Cantonese dub of The Bad Batch (星球大戰: 特種兵團). Mak has been performing since she was just six years old and has a wealth of experience both on the stage and in the recording booth.

Photo of Melodee Mak. The voice of Omega on the Cantonese dub of The Bad Batch.
(Photo credit: Melodee Mak)

She played the role of Lavina in the 2014 Cantonese horror-comedy film The Midnight After and her dubbing work includes Miss Wendy on Toy Story 4 and Tina in Minions. You can listen to some of Mak’s music on her YouTube channel or follow her on Instagram, @melodeemak.


Danish – Sandra Bothmann

Voice actor and singer-songwriter Sandra Bothmann plays Omega on Star Wars: De Hårde Hunde, as the show is known in Denmark, and is no stranger to the world of voice acting. Her voice-over résumé includes UniKitty in The Lego Movie 2 and Tam Ryvora on Star Wars Resistance, and she recently voiced Haru in the Danish version of the Star Wars Visions short “The Village Bride”.

Photo of Sandra Bothmann.
(Photo credit: Sandra Bothmann)

Bothmann has sung and played at concerts throughout Europe and you can listen to some of her music over on Spotify. She can also be found sharing details about her recent projects over on her Instagram account, @cazzandramusic.


Dutch – Mandy de Lee

In the Dutch version, Omega is voiced by actor Mandy de Lee, a student from the Dutch Academy of Performing Arts. She began her acting career in the early 2010s and played Red Riding Hood in the Dutch musical De Sprookjesmusical Klaas Vaak, which was performed at the Efteling theme park’s theatre from September 2013 to March 2014.

Photo of Mandy de Lee. The voice of Omega on the Dutch dub of The Bad Batch.
(Photo credit: Mandy de Lee)

Ms. de Lee’s voice acting work includes Queen Aanya in the Dutch dubbed version of the popular Netflix animated series The Dragon Prince and Scootaloo in the JimJam version of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.


Finnish – Hanna Mönkäre

The Finnish Omega is voiced by Hanna Mönkäre, an actor, theatre performer, and dancer based in Helsinki. She has a growing résumé of Finnish dubbing roles and has worked with a number of major production companies over the years, including Disney, Netflix, and Studio Ghibli. Her most recent roles include Webby Vanderquack in DuckTales (2017) and Young Iduna in Frozen II.

Photo of Hanna Mönkäre, taken by Sanna Kaesmae.
(Photo credit: Sanna Kaesmae)

You can learn more about Mönkäre’s voice acting and theatre work over on her professional website, and you can follow her on Instagram, @hannamonkare.


French – Emmylou Homs

Singer and voice actor Emmylou Homs plays Omega in the French dubbed version of the show and began her prolific career in voice acting at the tender age of six. Over the years, Homs has lent her vocal talents to the French versions of numerous foreign films and TV series, including Stranger Things, Supernatural, and The Walking Dead.

Photo of Emmylou Homs. The voice of Omega in the French dub of The Bad Batch.
(Photo credit: Emmylou Homs)

The Bad Batch was far from being her first foray into the world of animation dubs. Homs has worked on the French versions of animated series such as Steven Universe and The Lion Guard, and she was the speaking and singing voice of Anna in both Frozen films.

Twitter user Ulrich Decoster (@SkyloverSC) got in touch with me to add that Emmylou Homs had also voiced Dean in the French dub of LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales and that her mother Nathalie Homs had voiced Leia and Shaak Ti in the French edition of The Force Unleashed.


German – Lina Rabea Mohr

The German Omega is voiced by Lina Rabea Mohr, an actor from Berlin who began her career in the late 1990s. She has appeared in numerous German films and TV series, including Fünf Sterne and the serial drama Julia – Wege zum Glück.

Photo of Lina Rabea Mohr, taken by Melanie Koravitsch.
(Photo credit: Melanie Koravitsch)

Mohr also has over 250 voice credits to her name and has worked on a diverse selection of feature films, TV dramas, sitcoms, and anime series since her voice acting debut in 2013. Her most recent dubbing roles include Miss Minutes on the German dub of Loki and Rapunzel in Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure.


Italian – Tiziana Martello

In the Italian dubbed version of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Omega is voiced by Tiziana Martello, a voice actor with nearly two decades’ worth of experience working on films, TV series, and video games.

Photo of Tiziana Martello.
(Photo credit: Tiziana Martello)

She has voiced characters in the Italian dubs of shows like Gravity Falls, My Hero Academia and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and Italian gamers may know her as Sombra in the Italian version of Overwatch. You can learn more about Martello’s work over on her website and you can find her on Instagram, @tizi_marte.


Japanese – Kawakatsu Mirai (川勝未来)

Hailing from Saitama Prefecture, Japan, voice artist Kawakatsu Mirai (川勝未来) provides the voice for Omega in the Japanese dubbed version of The Bad Batch (スター・ウォーズ: バッド・バッチ).

Photo of Kawakatsu Mirai.
(Photo credit: Production Ace)

Kawakatsu is currently affiliated with the Production Ace seiyuu talent agency and recent voice-over roles of hers include Theo Crane in Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House and Kymara in the Australian sci-fi thriller series, The Unlisted.


Korean – Kim Seo-yeong (김서영)

Seoul-based voice actor Kim Seo-yeong (김서영) plays Omega in the Korean dub of The Bad Batch (스타워즈: 배드 배치). She began her career as an in-house voice artist for the Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation and has done voice-over work for thousands of TV ads.

Photo of Ki Seo-yeong.
(Photo credit: Kim Seo-yeong)

Kim has also lent her vocal talents to a range of Western films and Japanese animated series. Her dubbing portfolio includes Agnes from the Despicable Me movies, Eve from WALL-E, and Misa Amane in the anime series Death Note. You can find Kim Seo-yeong on Instagram, @voiceactor_seoyoungkim.


Latin American Spanish – Pamela Mendoza

Mexican voice actor Pamela Mendoza Ortiz voices Omega in the Latin American Spanish version of the show and she began her career in 2014 when she was just seven years old.

Photo of Pamela Mendoza, from a live-stream she did with ComicCon Uruguay.
(Photo credit: ComicCon Uruguay)

The young actor has a growing portfolio of work, which includes dubbing work for several Disney animated features and for Hollywood films such as The Suicide Squad, The Greatest Showman, and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Mendoza has also provided additional voices for The Mandalorian and voiced Young Rey in The Force Awakens. Spanish-speaking fans might want to check out her chats with the hosts of Comic Con Uruguay and Star Wars Chile Collection.


Norwegian – Gulla Nordmoen

Fans of Den gærne gjengen may already be familiar with Omega’s Norwegian voice actor, Gulla Martine Lia Nordmoen. Nordmoen is based in Oslo and has been taking on voice-acting gigs since the early 2010s.

Photo of Gulla Nordmoen.
(Photo credit: Gulla Nordmoen)

Some of her most recent dubbing work includes the popular animated feature Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, where she voiced Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman, Vivi in The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, and Zuma in PAW Patrol: The Movie.


Polish – Karolina Bacia

In Poland, the series is known as Gwiezdne wojny: Parszywa zgraja and Omega is voiced by Karolina Bacia, a graduate from the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw.

Photo of Karolina Bacia.
(Photo credit: Karolina Bacia)

Bacia has appeared in a number of Polish television series, including the drama series Papiery na szczescie, and she has a sizeable portfolio of dubbing roles. She has worked on films such as Spider-Man: Far From Home and Coco, and she has voiced at least two other roles in the Star Wars galaxy: a rebel in the game Jedi: Fallen Order and Eila in the animated series Star Wars Resistance.


Portuguese – Marta Mota

In the Portuguese dubbed version of the show, the newest member of the Lote Estragado is voiced by Marta Mota, an actor and voice artist from Porto.

Photo of Marta Mota.
(Photo credit: HIT Management)

Mota has some experience working in theatre and acting in short films but voice acting is where she truly shines. She has lent her vocal talents to the Portuguese dubs of feature films such as Soul, Sonic the Hedgehog, and several Barbie animated films, and she has worked on a number of television series, including The Baby-Sitters Club, Monster High, and Star Wars: Visions.


Spanish – Irene Miràs

Barcelona-based actor Irene Miràs voices Omega on the Spanish version of the show, La Remesa Mala. Although she studied psychology at university, Miràs has been working as a voice actor since 2000 and has dubbed films, TV series, and promotional material in both Spanish and Catalan.

Photo of Irene Miràs.
(Photo credit: Irene Miràs)

Her most recent work includes the animated feature films Wish Dragon and Toy Story 4, and television series such as Shadow and Bone, American Horror Stories, My Hero Academia, and Cobra Kai. You can find Irene Miràs on Instagram, @irenemiras, and Twitter.


Swedish – Lea Heed

Teenage voice actor and aspiring singer-songwriter Lea Heed voices Omega on Star Wars: Uslingarna, as the series is known in Swedish, and has lent her voice talents to the Swedish dubs of the Japanese animated features Mary and the Witch’s Flower and Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages.

Photo of Lea Heed.
(Photo credit: Lea Heed/Untrash Sigtuna)

The young actor is also passionate about environmental issues and was recently named a “Youth Hero” by the Swedish daily newspaper Aftonbladet for her work as the founder of the community clean-up group Untrash Sigtuna.


Taiwanese Mandarin – Mu Hsuan-ming (穆宣名)

Mu Hsuan-ming voices Omega (奧美加) in the Taiwanese Mandarin dub of The Bad Batch (星際大戰:瑕疵小隊). Hailing from Taipei, Mu has an impressive résumé, which includes Taiwanese animated features such as Mida (夢見) and Deus Ex Baryon (重甲機神) and dubs for over 50 Japanese anime series and feature films. She has lent her voice to a number of video games and is the voice of D.Va in the Taiwanese edition of the immensely popular multi-player game Overwatch.

Photo of Mu Hsuan-ming.
(Photo credit: Mu Hsuan-ming)

Mu has also worked on a number of Disney projects in the past. She voiced Rapunzel in the Taiwanese dubs of Tangled and Ralph Breaks the Internet as well as Young Elsa in Frozen.


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