Alana Urbach

Alana Urbach stars as the voice of Cutter in season two of Disney Branded Television’s “Monsters at Work,” inspired by the world of Disney and Pixar’s Academy Award®-winning “Monsters, Inc.” With a career that spans nearly three decades, Ubach has amassed an impressive resume with over 150 theater, film and television projects, bringing dynamic performances and working with a number of the industry’s most revered directors. Ubach can most recently be seen starring as Susan Bennett in Seth MacFarlane’s new prequel series “TED,” which was released on Peacock in January 2024. She is most recently and notably recognized for her role in the critically acclaimed television series “Euphoria” as Suze, the single alcoholic mother of Cassie (Sydney Sweeney) and Lexi (Maude Apatow). In 2019, she was nominated for a SAG Award for her performance as Jeanine Pirro in “Bombshell” (starring Margot Robbie). As a result of her role in that film, The New York Times called her “a seriously talented actress” to “keep your eye on.” Her other film and television credits include Peabody Award-winning “Men of a Certain Age”; the Oscar®-winning “Coco” as Mama Imelda, the family’s matriarch; the blockbuster hit “Legally Blonde”; and “Waiting.” Ubach was also a lead voice in the animated series “Crossing Swords.” Ubach’s father, Rodolfo, is Puerto Rican, and her mother, Sidna González, is Mexican. She was born and raised in Downey, California, and resides in Los Angeles with her husband, Thom Russo, and their son, Thomas Rodolfo Russo III.