Cast and Crew

Each cast and crew member entry includes some biographical information as well as highlights of their various non-Daria projects. Since it would be extremely difficult to keep track of them all, links to their Internet Movie Database pages are also provided, where you can find more complete and up-to-date information.

Production Staff
Glenn Eichler
Creator, Executive Producer
  • Was the original story editor for MTV's Beavis and Butt-head, and created the character Daria for that series.
  • Wrote articles for Esquire, The Village Voice, and The New York Times.
  • Was the managing editor for National Lampoon.
  • Edited the bestselling books Beavis and Butt-head: This Book Sucks and The Beavis and Butt-head Ensucklopedia.
  • Current writer and producer for the TV series The Colbert Report.
Glenn Eichler's IMDB page
Glenn Eichler
Creator, Creative Consultant
  • Performed the voice of Andrea until her departure from the series after season 3.
  • Was instrumental in selecting the musical cues for each episode (seasons 1-3).
Susie Lewis' IMDB page
Anne D. Bernstein
Staff Writer
  • Head writer for the MTV series Downtown.
  • Wrote the Daria book The Daria Diaries.
Anne D. Bernstein's IMDB page

Voice Talent
(Listed Alphabetically)
Sarah Drew
  • Tapped by MTV in 1995 for a one-time voiceover appearance on Daria while still in high school. Impressed, the producers offered her the role of Stacy.
  • Graduated from the University of Virginia in 2002.
  • Co-starred in the movie Radio with Cuba Gooding Jr.
  • Guest-starred in episodes of Wonderfalls and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
  • Had a recurring role as Hannah Rogers on Everwood (WB).
  • Currently appearing as Dr. April Kepner in Grey's Anatomy (ABC).
Sarah Drew's IMDB page
Alvaro J. Gonzalez
  • Resident actor at the Protean Theatre Company in New York City since 1996.
  • Roles in the plays "Antigone" (Creon), "Malcolm" (Cox), "Vieux Carre" (Writer), "Down the Road" (Reach) and "The New York Renaissance Faire" (DeVere/Willoughby).
  • Wrote, starred in, and co-produced "Reunion With a Murderer" in New York City.
  • Roles in the films Edge (as Dr. Tooe) and Tatoos & Traffic Jams (as Bernie).
Alvaro J. Gonzalez's IMDB page
Tracy Grandstaff
  • Staff writer for the MTV editorial department from 1993 to 1998.
  • Participated in the "dry run" test pilot for MTV's The Real World, but was not chosen to be on the actual show.
  • Voiced various characters on MTV's Beavis and Butt-head (including Daria, Cassandra, Lolita, Tanqueray, and Stewart's mother).
  • Writer for MTV's Beavis and Butt-head and The Tom Green Show.
Tracy Grandstaff's IMDB page
Russell Hankin
  • Vice President of Ring of Fire Productions, a "multimedia theater" group based in New York City.
  • Performs voiceover work in many children's audio books, CD-ROM products, and radio commercials.
Russell Hankin's IMDB page
Wendy Hoopes
"Helen, Jane, Quinn"
  • Roles in the films Private Parts, Calling Bobcat, Better Living, Killing Cinderella, and Spinster.
  • Guest-starrted in episodes of Swift Justice, New York Undercover, Sex and the City, Third Watch, Law & Order, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
  • Voice the character Mona Sax in the video game "Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne."
  • Co-starred in the NBC TV series LAX (as Customs Officer Betty).
Wendy Hoopes' IMDB page
Jessica Cydnee Jackson

No biographical information available at this time.

Jessica Cydnee Jackson's IMDB page

Janie Mertz
"Andrea, Brittany, Sandi"
  • Credited under her given name, "Lisa Collins" until "Road Worrier" (#111).
  • Took over the role of Andrea from Susie Lewis starting in season 4.
Janie Mertz's IMDB page
Julian Rebolledo
  • Also did voices for Dora the Explorer, Go, Diego!, Go!, and Regular Show
Julian Rebolledo's IMDB page
Marc Thompson
"Kevin, Jamie, Mr. DeMartino, Mr. O'Neill"
  • Also did voices for the Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Yu-Gi-Oh! Zextal animated series, along with Pokemon series.
  • Voiced Kyurem in various Super Smash Brothers games for Nintendo.
Marc Thompson's IMDB page
Amir Williams
  • Was the fourth person to voice the character of Mack (after Delon Ferdinand, Paul Williams, and Kevin Daniels Jr.), starting in season 4.
Amir Williams' IMDB page