Maile Flanagan died on February 24, 2019, in Los Angeles, California, at age 61. She had a long and diverse career in the entertainment industry. She was a member of SAG-AFTRA and had more than a hundred acting credits on IMDB. She was a frequent guest star on television series, including The Office, Modern Family, and Weeds. She also had recurring roles on several television shows, including the Disney XD series Lab Rats.
Maile Flanagan was born on May 19, 1965, in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was educated at Boston College and Munich American High School. She is an accomplished actress and screenwriter, who has won various awards for her work. In the past decade, she has been married to Lesa Hammett, whom she met while working as an actor in New York.
Flanagan’s acting resume includes numerous voice-over roles. She voiced Naruto for 14 years, and acted in more than 40 movies and video games. She is also an Emmy-nominated voice actress. Her role in the animated show “Naruto” earned her worldwide fame among anime fans. Flanagan also appeared in recurring roles on shows such as Lab Rats, Yes Man, and The Loud House.
Flanagan has a long list of theater credits, including several plays at the Third Stage. She worked with Justin Tanner, the writer of Oklahoma! and Wife Swappers. She also won the LA Weekly award for Best Female Comedy Performance for her role as Shannon in Tanner’s Day Drinkers. The event will feature a panel discussion of Flanagan’s career and personal life. It will be followed by a Q&A led by the Assistant Theatre Department Chair.