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Winx Club
Winx Club
is an Italian animated television series directed, created and produced by Iginio Straffi[2] and his company Rainbow S.r.l.
Rainbow S.r.l.
in co-production with Rai Fiction.[3][4] It aired on Rai 2
Rai 2
in Italy from 28 January 2004, while for the sixth season was moved to Rai Gulp
Rai Gulp
in 2014. The series is one of the first Italian cartoons to be sold in the United States (preceded by series such as La Linea);[3][5] it was first licensed and dubbed into English by 4Kids Entertainment, and aired on Fox's programming block 4Kids TV (formerly FoxBox) beginning on June 19, 2004. Reruns of the series aired on Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
in 2005, and on CW4kids in 2009. RAI
RAI
also created an English dub for the first four seasons recording by Cinelume in Montreal. After 4Kids' license for the series was relinquished, Nickelodeon acquired the rights and produced a new English dub, which aired as of June 27, 2011, beginning with four-one hour specials summarizing seasons one and two. The seventh season aired on Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
in the UK from 4 July 2015 and on Nick Jr.
Nick Jr.
in the U.S from 10 January 2016, with a new dub by DuArt Film and Video. The series is also broadcast in over 150 countries worldwide,[2][6] and is Straffi's most successful creation.[2] Its continuing popularity spawned a Winx Club
Winx Club
media franchise, which also consists of toys, books, video games, clothing, three CGI feature-length films, two spin-off programs, and an upcoming live-action movie.

Contents

1 Plot 2 Voice cast

2.1 Original / RAI
RAI
Italian (2004–15) 2.2 Cinelume / RAI
RAI
English (2004–09) 2.3 4Kids Entertainment
4Kids Entertainment
(2004–07) 2.4 Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
(2011–15) 2.5 DuArt Film and Video
DuArt Film and Video
(2015–16)

3 Broadcast 4 Media

4.1 Films

4.1.1 The Secret of the Lost Kingdom 4.1.2 Magical Adventure 4.1.3 The Mystery of the Abyss 4.1.4 Live-action film

4.2 Home video and DVD 4.3 Video games 4.4 Spin-offs

5 Notes 6 References 7 External links

Plot[edit] Main articles: List of Winx Club episodes and List of Winx Club characters In Season 1, Bloom, a 16-year-old girl from Earth, discovers she has magical abilities when she saves Stella, a fairy princess from Solaria. Stella persuades Bloom to enroll in Alfea, a school for fairies in the Magical Dimension. There, she meets roommate Flora and apartment mates Tecna and Musa; together they form the Winx. They encounter and befriend the boys from the Red Fountain school of Specialists. They also encounter enemies, mainly the Trix, a witch trio. Together, the Winx go through many adventures and discover many secrets about Bloom's past while fighting their enemies and studying at Alfea. Their power in Season 1 is Winx.[jargon] In Season 2, the Trix are back and have allied with Lord Darkar, an ancient creature of evil who wants to rule the universe. Together with their new member, Aisha (also known as Layla in some dubs), and their new friends, the Pixies, the Winx will have to fight this new threat. They also meet Helia who, at first, is not a Specialist but becomes a Specialist and the love interest of Flora. Their power in Season 2 is Charmix.[jargon] In Season 3, the Winx have to face a new enemy, Valtor, whom the Trix freed from his prison and who took part in the destruction of Domino and shares a dark past with Bloom and her birth parents. Aisha meets a wizard, Nabu, with whom she falls in love. In Season 3 the Winx receive a new power, Enchantix.[jargon] The events of the third season are followed by those of the first movie, The Secret of the Lost Kingdom. In Season 4, taking place after the events of the movie, the Winx face a new threat: the four Wizards of the Black Circle, who caused all magic to disappear from Earth. The Winx go to Earth to save Roxy, the last fairy from Earth, fight the Wizards and restore its magic by freeing the Earth fairies from the Wizards. They also get a new power called Believix. They then get powers called the gifts of destiny. The gifts of destiny include Sophix, Lovix, and the black gift. The black gift can give life to a person who is not living. The events of the fourth season are followed by those of the second movie, Magical Adventure. In Season 5, taking place after Magical Adventure, the Winx Club battle Aisha's evil cousin Tritannus, who, allied with the Trix, seeks to take over the Magic Dimension. To defeat them, the Winx must prove their self-confidence, empathy and courage and achieve the power of Sirenix. They will also earn the two new transformations: Harmonix and Sirenix. The Winx bond with Selkies from the seas of the Magic Dimension, Aisha meets Roy, a specialist towards whom she is attracted while Bloom will have to save her sister Daphne from Tritannus. The events of the fifth season are followed by those of the third and last movie, The Mystery of the Abyss. In Season 6, the Trix take over Cloud Tower and ally with a young witch named Selina, who owns the Legendarium, a magical book which can make the legends become reality, and was once a childhood best friend of Bloom's. However, the Winx lost all their powers except Bloom. They will have to obtain two new transformations known as Bloomix and Mythix. During their quest to seal the Legendarium, the Winx will discover that they face the Trix and Acheron who is an evil wizard imprisoned in the Legendarium. Acheron is the master of Selina. In Season 7, the Winx discover the Fairy Animals, magical creatures with special talents necessary to balance the Magical Universe. The Winx find out that they are under threat from the new villains Kalshara, an evil shape-shifter, and her brother Brafilius. The Trix, the third villains, unexpectedly appear. To save the Fairy Animals, the Winx will have to travel through time, gain new transformations known as Butterflix and Tynix, and bond with Fairy Animals. Voice cast[edit] Original / RAI
RAI
Italian (2004–15)[edit] The original Italian version covers all seven seasons.

Main characters

Letizia Ciampa
Letizia Ciampa
– Bloom Perla Liberatori
Perla Liberatori
– Stella Domitilla D'Amico – Tecna Gemma Donati – Musa Ilaria Latini – Flora Laura Lenghi – Aisha / Layla

Recurring characters

Massimiliano Alto – Brandon Roberto Certoma – Mike Corrado Conforti – Timmy Stefano Crescentini – Avalon Barbara De Bortoli – Vanessa Sasha De Toni – Nabu Alessandro Quarta – Sky Federica De Bortoli – Darcy Tatiana Dessi – Icy Valeria Vidali – Stormy Debora Magnaghi – Roxy

Cinelume / RAI
RAI
English (2004–09)[edit] RAI
RAI
created an English dub for the first four seasons recording by Cinelume in Montreal.

Main characters

Helena Evangeliou – Bloom (seasons 1–3)[7] Angela Galuppo – Bloom (season 4)[7] Jennifer Seguin – Stella[7] Holly Gauthier-Frankel – Flora[7] Sarah McCullough (season 1–3) – Musa[7] Anik Matern (season 4) – Musa[7] Lezlie Karls – Tecna (season 1–2)[7] Jodie Resther – Tecna (season 3–4)[7] Lucinda Davis – Layla[7]

Recurring characters

Danny Brochu – Brandon[7] Sara Camacho – Roxy (season 4)[7] Lucinda Davis – Digit[8] Todd Fennell – Nabu (season 4)[7] Carrie Finlay – Darcy[7] Mark Hauser – Sky[7] Sarah McCullough (season 1–3) – Stormy[7] Elenor Noble – Icy[7] Mitchel Rothpan – Riven[7] Harry Standjofsky – Darkar, Avalon[7] Martin Watier – Helia[7] Michael Yarmush – Timmy[7]

4Kids Entertainment
4Kids Entertainment
(2004–07)[edit] 4Kids produced an English dub which aired on Fox network under its programming block FoxBox and later 4Kids TV. The dub covers the first three seasons. A list of voice actors was presented in the closing credits under Lead Voices with no references to their specific roles. 4Kids, as well as Winx Club
Winx Club
Konami Season 1 video game features the same voice actors:

Lead Voices cast in season 1

Sebastian Arcelus[9] Frank Frankson[9] – Brandon[10] Dan Green[9] – Sky[10] Carol Jacobanis[9] – Headmistress Griffin[11] Liza Jacqueline Kaplan[9] – Bloom[12][13][14] Rachael Lillis[9] – Faragonda, Amaryl, Dextia, Lucy[15][16][17] Caren Manuel[9] – Stella,[18][19] Darcy[18] Suzy Myers[9] – Stormy Lisa Ortiz[9] – Musa[20][21] Icy, Digit[20][20][22] Kayzie Rogers (season 1–2)[9] Dani Schaffel[9] – Tecna[20](seasons 1–2)[23] Mike Sinterniklaas[9] – Riven[20] Mary Stout (season 1–2)[9] Marc Thompson[9] – Knut[20][24] Kerry Williams[9] – Flora[25] Stuart Zagnit (season 1–2)[9] Pete Zarustica[9]

Lead voices added in season 2 and 3

John Campbell (season 3)[9] Vasthy Mompoint[9] – Layla[26] Meghan McCracken (season 3)[9] – Chimera[27] Sean Schemmel
Sean Schemmel
(season 3) [9] Grace Shepard (season 3)[9] Rebecca Soler
Rebecca Soler
– Tecna (season 3)[28][23]

Other notable voices

Bella Hudson[9] Daphne, Galatea & Piff[citation needed] Maia[29] Jason Griffith (season 1–2) [9] Michal the Girl[9] – Tune[30] Matt Hoverman (season 3)[9] Natasha Malinsky (season 2)[9][31] Su Meredith[9] Andrew Paul (season 3)[9] Veronica Taylor
Veronica Taylor
– Diaspro[32] Andi Whaley[9]

Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
(2011–15)[edit] Nickelodeon's voice cast covered seasons 3–6. Nick
Nick
produced several television specials to summarise both seasons 1 and 2.[33] The voice actors are not listed in the closing credits for both seasons 3 and 4. They are listed under "Featuring the Voices Of" starting in season 5, and detailed with roles starting with season 6.[34]

Main characters

Molly C. Quinn
Molly C. Quinn
– Bloom[34][35][36] Amy Gross – Stella[34][37] Alejandra Reynoso[34] – Flora[34][37] Romi Dames – Musa[34][37] Keke Palmer
Keke Palmer
– Aisha[34][36][38] Morgan Decker[34] – Tecna[34][37]

Recurring characters

Laura Bailey – Tressa, Serena[39][40] Dee Bradley Baker
Dee Bradley Baker
– Kiko,[34] Susan Blakeslee – Bloom's Sirenix Guardian[34] Kimberly Brooks – Stormy,[34] Jennifer Cody – Darcy,[34] Romi Dames – Cherie[34][41] Morgan Decker – Amore[34] Grey DeLisle
Grey DeLisle
– Marion (season 6)[34] Jessica DiCicco
Jessica DiCicco
– Selina[34][42] Elizabeth Gillies
Elizabeth Gillies
– Daphne[34][34][36][38] Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande
– Diaspro (specials and seasons 3–5)[36][38] Georgina Cordova – Piff and Digit[43] Adam Gregory
Adam Gregory
– Brandon[34] Amy Gross – Cara[34] Josh Keaton – Oritel (season 6)[34] Lara Jill Miller – Chatta, Tune, Livy[44] Daniella Monet[34] – Mitzi[45] Cassandra Morris
Cassandra Morris
– Diaspro (season 6)[27][34] Larisa Oleynik – Icy[34] Keke Palmer
Keke Palmer
– Piff[34] Molly C. Quinn
Molly C. Quinn
– Lockette Alejandra Reynoso – Chatta[34] Sam Riegel
Sam Riegel
– Riven[34] Charlie Schlatter – Timmy, Thoren[34] Matt Shively – Sky[34][36] April Stewart[34] – Vanessa[46] Kari Wahlgren
Kari Wahlgren
– Narrator, Faragonda[34][47] Mitchell Whitfield[34]

DuArt Film and Video
DuArt Film and Video
(2015–16)[edit] Season 7 lists only the main Winx Club
Winx Club
girls as well as seven supporting characters and their voice actors credited under Main Voices:[48]

Main characters

Haven Paschall – Bloom Jessica Paquet – Stella Eileen Stevens – Flora Kate Bristol – Musa Alysha Deslorieux – Aisha Saskia Maarleveld – Tecna

Supporting characters

Suzy Myers – Roxy Billy Bob Thompson – Sky Jake Paque – Brandon Wayne Grayson
Wayne Grayson
– Tim Eileen Stevens – Kalshara Marc Thompson – Brafilius Erica Schroeder – Faragonda

Broadcast[edit] Main article: List of Winx Club
Winx Club
episodes Winx Club
Winx Club
premiered on the Italian channel Rai 2
Rai 2
on 28 January 2004. In the United States, it was licensed and dubbed into English by 4Kids Entertainment and was broadcast on Fox's programming block, FoxBox, later 4Kids TV, beginning on 19 June 2004, with a preview episode airing on 22 May 2004. The series was also syndicated to Cartoon Network in 2005 on their afternoon block Miguzi and eventually started premiering new episodes the following year. Fox would continue its initial run on 4Kids TV
4Kids TV
for the first three seasons, ending airing of reruns in 2008.[49] On 18 July 2009, the CW aired the 4Kids dubbed episodes of Winx Club
Winx Club
on their programming block The CW4Kids. Meanwhile, an English dub produced by Cinelume in association with Rai 2, was broadcast in Singapore and was featured as an alternate English language track on several European DVD releases. On 2 September 2010, Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
announced through a press release that they would be co-producing seasons 5 and 6 of the series.[50] With a new English dub, Nick
Nick
premiered the series with four one-hour specials summarising seasons one and two. The first special aired on 27 June 2011; the second special, "Revenge of the Trix," was aired on 2 August 2011; the third special, "The Battle for Magix," aired on 18 September 2011; the fourth and final special, "The Shadow Phoenix," aired on 16 October 2011. Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
broadcast the third season under the subtitle Enchantix from 14 November 2011 to 26 December 2011. The fourth season, subtitled The Power of Believix, aired from 6 May 2012 to 29 July 2012. For the fifth and sixth seasons that are subtitled Beyond Believix and Bloomix respectively, Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
was listed as a co-producer with some of the episodes premiering ahead of the Italian broadcast. During the initial run of Bloomix, the series was moved from Rai 2
Rai 2
to Rai Gulp in 2014, starting with the fifteenth episode of Bloomix. The English dub later moved to Nick
Nick
Jr., starting with the ninth episode of Bloomix. The seventh season was broadcast on Rai Gulp
Rai Gulp
in 2015. Its English dub was produced by DuArt Film and Video; it first aired on Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
in the UK from 4 July 2015 and also aired on Nick Jr.
Nick Jr.
in the U.S from 10 January 2016. In 2016, during a Winx Club
Winx Club
reunion event, Straffi revealed that a fourth film would be produced in 2017 and confirmed that an eighth season was being written while World of Winx was being produced with Netflix.[51] Media[edit] Films[edit] The Secret of the Lost Kingdom[edit] Main article: Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom On 8 October 2006, Rainbow S.p.A.
Rainbow S.p.A.
announced on their official website that a Winx Club
Winx Club
film was being produced.[52] The CGI film, titled Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom (Italian: Winx Club
Winx Club
– Il segreto del regno perduto), was released theatrically in Italy on 30 November 2007. An English dub of the film was released on 20 November 2008 in Singapore. The film was re-dubbed in English and released in the United States as a TV movie on Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
on 11 March 2012. This version featured the cast from the Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
dub of the television series. The events of the movie follow those of the third season. As Bloom continues in the search for her birth parents along with her friends, she discovers more about her planet and has to fight Mandragora as well as the Ancestral Witches who destroyed her home. Bloom will discover who her parents are and where she came from. Magical Adventure[edit] Main article: Winx Club
Winx Club
3D: Magical Adventure On 9 November 2009, it was confirmed that there would be a second Winx Club movie released in 2010.[53] The film, titled Winx Club
Winx Club
3D: Magical Adventure (Italian: Winx Club
Winx Club
3D – Magica avventura) was released theatrically in Italy on 29 October 2010. The film was dubbed using the Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
voice cast and released as a television special in the United States on 20 May 2013. This version was shortened from the original's 87 minute runtime to approximately 45 minutes.[54] This movie was released with seven episodes from season five. In this film, the Trix, allied with the Ancestral Witches, manage to make almost all the good/positive magic of the universe disappear and the Winx and the Specialists go on a journey to restore it and defeat the witches. Meanwhile, Bloom learns more about her world's tragic fate that led its destruction eighteen years ago, and why Sky's father King Erendor does not want him to marry her. The Mystery of the Abyss[edit] Main article: Winx Club: The Mystery Of The Abyss The third and final Winx Club
Winx Club
movie was officially announced when the official Italian Winx Club
Winx Club
website allowed the fans to vote for its title in an online poll, with the title Mystery of the Abyss (Il mistero degli abissi) being chosen. The movie was released theatrically in Italy on 4 September 2014. An official teaser trailer was released on 16 April 2014, on the official Winx Club
Winx Club
channel on YouTube an official preview was released a short time later.[55] A Rai English dub of the movie was released exclusively on Netflix
Netflix
on 10 October 2014. Despite the entire fifth season being produced in Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
dub, the following movie was not. Taking place before the sixth season, the Trix try to activate the might of the Emperor's Throne and inadvertently free the evil nymph and Sirenix fairy, Politea. They kidnap Sky to free Tritannus from Oblivion and acquire a magical pearl from the Coral Wreath that will allow them to obtain the vast and unequaled power of the Emperor's Throne. The Winx will have to go on a Sirenix mission in the endless depths of the Infinite Ocean to stop them and save Sky. Live-action film[edit] It was announced on 11 February 2016 that Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
has teamed up with Rainbow to do a live action movie of Winx Club.[56] Home video and DVD[edit]

List of Winx Club
Winx Club
DVD releases

Release name No. of episodes Company Release date Notes

Vol. 1 Welcome To Magix! 5 Funimation

12 July 2005 [57] 4kids dub of season 1 episodes 1–5

Vol. 2 The Power of Dragon Fire 6 Funimation

15 November 2005 [58] 4kids dub of season 1 episodes 6–11

Vol. 3 Bloom's Secret Past 5 Funimation

17 January 2006

4kids dub of season 1 episodes 12–16

Vol. 4 Stolen Dragon Fire 5 Funimation

23 May 2006

4kids dub of season 1 episodes 17–21

Vol. 5 Battle For Alfea 5 Funimation

29 August 2006

4kids dub of season 1 episodes 22–26

Season 2, Vol. 1 Layla and the Pixies 12 Funimation

13 February 2007

4kids dub of season 2 episodes 1–12

Season 2, Vol. 2 Battle for the Codex 14 Funimation

18 September 2007

4kids dub of season 2 episodes 13–26

Season 3, Vol. 1 The Princess Ball 13 Funimation

27 January 2009

4kids dub of season 3 episodes 1–13

Season 3, Vol. 2 Fire and Flame 13 Funimation

27 February 2009; 9 years ago (2009-02-27)

FUNimation and 4Kids parted ways before this DVD was released; it would've contained the 4kids dub of season 3 episodes 14–26

The Secret of the Lost Kingdom Film + 7 Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
/ Paramount

7 August 2012

Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
dub of film and season 4 episodes 1–7

Magical Adventure Film + 7 Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
/ Paramount

13 August 2013

Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon
dub of film and season 5 episodes 1–7

The Original Complete Season 1 26 Cinedigm

25 March 2014

Cinelume dub of season 1 episodes 1–26

Realm of Magix: The Original Season 1, Vol. 1 13 Cinedigm

25 March 2014

Cinelume dub of season 1 episodes 1–13

Defeating The Trix: The Original Season 1, Vol. 2 13 Cinedigm

25 March 2014

Cinelume dub of season 1 episodes 14–26

The Original Complete Season 2 26 Cinedigm

11 November 2014

Cinelume dub of season 2 episodes 1–26

The Shadow Phoenix: The Original Season 2, Vol. 1 13 Cinedigm

11 November 2014

Cinelume dub of season 2 episodes 1–13

Video games[edit] Several video games based on the series have been released. The first of these was Winx Club, released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2, PC, and Game Boy Advance.[59] Other video games released include Winx Club: The Quest for the Codex (2006), Winx Club: Join the Club (2007), Winx Club: Mission Enchantix (2008), Dance Dance Revolution Winx Club (2009), Winx Club: Believix in You (2010), and Winx Club: Magical Fairy Party (2012).[60] In 2013, Tsumanga Studios released an app for iOS[61] and Android[62] titled Winx Sirenix Power. Other apps based on the series include Winx Fairy School (by Tsumanga Studios) and Winx Club: Rocks the World (by Budge Studios).[63][64] A Winx Club
Winx Club
video game was released on the Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo 3DS
titled Winx Club: Saving Alfea. The game is published by Little Orbit. Winx Club: Saving Alfea features the Winx Club
Winx Club
fairies in their Bloomix power from the sixth season. It was scheduled for a release on 11 November 2014.[65][66] Spin-offs[edit] A comedy spin-off series titled PopPixie premiered in Italy on 10 January 2011. This series is based on the pixies from the Winx Club series, and featured characters such as Lockette, Chatta, and Amore, along with new characters. The characters Caramel and Cherie, introduced in PopPixie, later appeared in Winx Club
Winx Club
as replacements for Digit and Tune, respectively. In September 2014, it was announced that a spin-off series titled World of Winx would be co-produced by Rainbow S.r.l.
Rainbow S.r.l.
and Netflix. World of Winx will be a two-season 13-episode spin-off that will be on Netflix
Netflix
worldwide, with the first season to air in 2016. The girls embark on an undercover journey all around the world looking for talented kids in art, sports, music, and science. These kids have their own kind of magic, and the Winx Club
Winx Club
fairies are enchanted by them though it doesn't take long before trouble sets in, and a new and dangerous mystery for Bloom and the others to solve.[67][68][69] The English dub is being produced by 3Beep and DuArt.[70][71][72] The first season of World of Winx was released on Netflix
Netflix
on 4 November 2016.[73][74] Notes[edit]

References[edit]

^ " Winx Club
Winx Club
to Receive Live-Action Film". bsckids.com. Retrieved 29 November 2016.  ^ a b c "About Me". Iginio Straffi. Retrieved 17 April 2017. Straffi creates and directs Rainbow key and most successful TV and Movie. His most successful creation, Winx Club, was first telecast in 2004 and instantly become a worldwide phenomenal TV show for kids 4–10. The show is now broadcast in over 150 countries reaching over 100 million audiences every month. He has also directed 3 CGI movies , Winx "The Secret of the Lost Kingdom" (2007), " The Magic Adventure" in 3D (2010) and the latest in production " The Mystery of the Abyss" (2014). ...Today Winx Club
Winx Club
has grown from a TV show into a household brand in Europe among girls, boasting a brand awareness of over 90% in most countries. There are over 6000 different products from Toys to apparels bearing the WinxClub brand at retail. Its tremendous success has helped put Rainbow on the World Leading Licensor ranking position 12.  ^ a b "PRESS " Iginio Straffi". Retrieved 11 September 2015.  ^ "Konami, 4kids Entertainment And Rainbow S.R.L. Announce Winx Club License Agreement". Game Zone. Retrieved 10 February 2013.  ^ Rainbow S.p.A.
Rainbow S.p.A.
"Winx Club". Retrieved 15 November 2006.  ^ "La ' Winx Club
Winx Club
Serie 7' presentata da Rainbow al festival di Taormina". Libero. 24 June 2015. Retrieved 1 July 2015.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t Rai English closing credits:

"An Unexpected Event". Winx Club. Season 1. Episode 1. Rainbow.  "The Shadow Phoenix". Winx Club. Season 2. Episode 1. Rainbow.  "Hallowinx!". Winx Club. Season 2. Episode 16. Rainbow.  WinxClubEnglish (10 December 2012). Winx Club
Winx Club
Ending Season 3 RAI English. YouTube. Retrieved 27 November 2015.  WinxClubEnglish (10 December 2012). Winx Club
Winx Club
Ending Season 4 RAI English. YouTube. Retrieved 27 November 2015. 

^ http://www.reisler.ca/women/c_davis/15%20Cindy%20DAVIS.pdf ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad 4Kids closing credits:

Winx Club. Season 1. Episode 1. 4Kids. FoxBox.  Winx Club. Season 1. Episode 26. 4Kids. FoxBox.  Winx Club. Season 2. Episode 9. 4Kids. FoxBox.  Winx Club. Season 3. Episode 1. 4Kids. Fox 4Kids. 

^ a b Dan Green And Greg Abbey Talk
Talk
About Other Voice Acting Roles. YouTube. 17 July 2012.  ^ "Resume". caroljacobanis.com. Retrieved 29 November 2016.  ^ "Outlanders Voice Actor Voting Contest". Central Park Media. Archived from the original on 17 November 2008. Retrieved 27 November 2015.  ^ "Now Casting – Liza Jacqueline Kaplan Bio & Pics". NowCasting.com. Retrieved 27 November 2015.  ^ McEntire, Mac (6 April 2014). "Winx Club: The Complete Season One". DVD Verdict. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015.  ^ "Google Sites". Google. Retrieved 21 March 2016.  ^ Rachael LM Voiceover (24 May 2015). RLM Animation VO Demo. YouTube.  ^ Rachael's tweets concerning Winx Club: * @NjaMagic (27 August 2015). "@RachaelLillis are you was Amaryl?" (Tweet) – via Twitter.  * Rachael Lillis [@RachaelLillis] (27 August 2015). "@NjaMagic Sorry, not sure! I played Lucy and Faragonda" (Tweet) – via Twitter.  ^ a b " The Cutting Room " Caren Lyn Tackett – Originals; some Old, some New, some Blue – Tickets – The Cutting Room – New York, NY – June 9th, 2013". The Cutting Room. Archived from the original on 13 June 2013. Retrieved 24 November 2015. She also dabbled in voice over acting, originating the voices of Stella & Darcy in the first four seasons of "Winx Club", as well as episodes of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", "Pokemon Chronicles", etc.  ^ Abbey, Gregory [@gregoryabbey] (13 May 2015). " Caren Manuel RT @NjaMagic: @gregoryabbey Awesome voice on winx! But who is voice it Stella? I search it long time!!" (Tweet). Retrieved 28 November 2016 – via Twitter.  ^ a b c d e f Terrace, Vincent (2008). Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010 (2d ed.). McFarland. p. 1184. ISBN 9780786486410.  ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jc8dB91jVz8 AWA 2010 – Lisa Ortiz voice acting as Musa and Icy ^ http://www.michaelsfavorites2.com/slayers/lisaortiz.html was VERY blessed to meet Lisa Ortiz again at Otakon 2011! She signed Winx Club figures for Musa, Icy and Digit as she does the voice for all 3! ^ a b Soler's tweets regarding Tecna in Winx Club: * Rebecca Soler
Rebecca Soler
[@rsolvervo] (1 April 2015). "@NjaMagic I think so. I am techna in one season and can't remember if it is 3" (Tweet). Retrieved 10 September 2015 – via Twitter.  * Rebecca Soler
Rebecca Soler
[@rsolervo] (1 April 2015). "@NjaMagic That seems right. I was not the original Techna. I recorded with 4Kids. Thanks for watching!" (Tweet). Retrieved 10 September 2015 – via Twitter.  ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20150620042404/http://www.mtvoices.com/page/page/1507869.htm ^ "Anime Convention NY/NJ/CT/PA AnimeNEXT June 17–19, 2005". animenext.org. Archived from the original on 6 September 2005. Retrieved 27 November 2015.  ^ Adrienne Onofri (28 May 2014). "GYPSY OF THE MONTH: Vasthy Mompoint of 'Rocky'". Broadway World. Retrieved 27 November 2015.  ^ a b Tweets pertaining to Cassandra Lee Morris's roles in Winx Club:

Cassandra Lee Morris
Cassandra Lee Morris
[@SoCassandra] (19 December 2013). "My first Winx Club episode aired on @NickelodeonTV! You can hear me as Diaspro 💗💜💛" (Tweet) – via Twitter.  MAR-KLAC-VELOUS [@KLAC_GS_ERA] (19 December 2013). "@SoCassandra @NickelodeonTV excuse me but read your tropes & wiki you did winx before back in 4kids days? (i did some digging on it)" (Tweet) – via Twitter.  Cassandra Lee Morris
Cassandra Lee Morris
[@SoCassandra] (20 December 2013). "@KLAC_GS_ERA that's right! I was Chimera back in the day 👑" (Tweet) – via Twitter.  Crazy Winx Fan [@Crazy_Winx_Fan] (22 December 2013). "@SoCassandra That's really cool! No one else that I no of has worked on #WinxClub both at 4kids and Nickelodeon! How cool!" (Tweet) – via Twitter.  Cassandra Lee Morris
Cassandra Lee Morris
[@SoCassandra] (22 December 2013). "@Crazy_Winx_Fan @winx4life Aw thanks, you guys are sweet 💗 Can't wait for you to see the next episode!" (Tweet) – via Twitter. 

^ " Rebecca Soler
Rebecca Soler
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