Kimberly Brooks

Myiesha McStuffins: Doc McStuffins
Myiesha McStuffins: Doc McStuffins

Talented voiceover actress Kimberly Brooks voices Myiesha McStuffins, Doc and Donny’s doctor mom, who is always on hand to offer advice on Doc’s “diagnoses,” in Disney Junior’s Emmy-nominated animated series “Doc McStuffins.” The character is named after Dr. Myiesha Taylor, founder of the “We Are Doc McStuffins” movement and Artemis Medical Society, a group of women physicians of color that formed after connecting over “Doc McStuffins.”

Brooks’ television voiceover roles include Mimi on Hanna-Barbera’s “Dexter’s Laboratory” and Buena Girl on Warner Brothers Animations’ “Mucha Lucha.”  Her additional TV credits include Warner Brothers Animation’s Scooby-Doo revival “What’s New Scooby-Doo?,” “Ozzy & Drix,” and “Static Shock”; Disney Channel’s hit animated series “Phineas and Ferb”; Cartoon Networks’ “Ben 10 Ultimate Alien”; “Powerpuff Girls” and “Chowder”; and Nickelodeon’s “Winx Club,” “Shuriken School,” “Danny Phantom,” “Rugrats,” “Fairly Odd Parents” and “Bubble Guppies.”

In the world of feature film animation, Brooks’ voice was heard in the Academy Award-nominated feature films “Jimmy Neutron” and “The Wild Thornberry’s Movie,” and she received critical acclaim for her performance as Kathy Duquesne, a.k.a Batwoman, in the direct-to-video feature “Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman.”

A native of Los Angeles, Brooks is a founding member and resident artist of the ground-breaking Elephant Theatre Company in Hollywood where she both directs and performs in experimental, cutting-edge theater.