Debi Derryberry may not have an instantly recognizable face, but her voice is a different story altogether, especially for parents of young children. She has worked almost exclusively as voice talent since the late '80s, specializing in projects aimed at kids, such as the first two installments in Pixar's flagship "Toy Story" franchise. The persona she is best known for voicing is that of the title character in the "Jimmy Neutron" feature film, short film, TV series, made-for-TV movies, and video games. She has also lent her unique voice to characters in a handful of other video games, including two volumes of the vastly popular "Final Fantasy" role-playing franchise, "Final Fantasy X" and its spinoff, "Final Fantasy X-2." Debi's more adult oriented projects contain a handful of adapted Japanese anime films, like legendary writer/director Hayao Miyazaki's masterpiece, "Princess Mononoke." Between 2006 and 2009 she released three children's music CDs, as well as a companion book titled "Baby Banana and the Licorice Tree."