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"Satine's place in the Star Wars universe definitely has strong roots in the story because of her past with Obi-Wan, but she can also stand on her own as a character so that you want to see what she'll do next. That's what drew me to her."
―Anna Graves[src]

Anna Graves (born Anna Desiree Godwin on May 12, 1978 in Memphis, Tennessee) is a voice actress who has worked on several commercials and video games, including X-Men Origins: Wolverine as Mystique/Raven Darkholme, Carol Frost and Staff Fight #1, James Cameron's Avatar: The Game as RDA, and as an additional voice actress in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Sugi, voiced by Anna Graves

In 2010, Graves began voicing in The Clone Wars TV series Satine Kryze, the Duchess of Mandalore and former love interest of Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi who is played by voice actor James Arnold Taylor.

She is a life-long Star Wars fan. To portray Satine, she drew wisdom, strength and regality from Cate Blanchett's portrayal of Queen Elizabeth. And because of Satine's relationship to Obi-Wan, she decided to emulate Carrie Fisher's portrayal of Leia Organa.[1] She would also voice this character in Disney Infinity 3.0.[2]

Graves also played two female bounty hunters, Sugi and Rumi Paramita, in the episode "Bounty Hunters," and Senator Meena Tills of Mon Cala in the fourth season's first story arc. She returned as Satine for two episodes of Season 3, "Corruption" and "The Academy," and reprised the role of Sugi for the season finale episode "Wookiee Hunt." She voiced Satine again in Season 4's episode "A Friend in Need" and in Season 5's "Shades of Reason" and "The Lawless," as well as Sugi in "Eminence."

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  1. StarWars.com Anna Graves: The Voice of Mandalore on StarWars.com (content now obsolete; backup link)
  2. TwitterLogo.svg Anna Graves (@gravyvoice) on Twitter: "I'm the voice of Princess Leia in the new @DisneyInfinity 3.0!" (screenshot)

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