She-Ra: Princess of Power
Loo-Kee / Imp / Queen Angella / Spritina / Frosta / Sprint / Davy Jones / Flutterina / Girl / Granita / Peekablue / Scout / Villager / Bee people / Blond boy / Boy / Bryan / Corry / Crystal Sundancer / Erri-Anne / Eternian boy / Facet / Gayda / Gayda the Harpy / Huntara / Jason / Kowla / Kristala / Kyle / Marsh / Melog / Monkey / Morther / Perfuma / Redhaired boy / Sea Elf #2 / Small One / Spunky / Starla / Swifty's Baby / Tondy / Young Girl
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
Arcadian women / Background villagers / Celice's singing voice / Cloaked woman in crowd / Computer voice / Cynda / Drak / Dree Elle / Elora / Frogman / Giggling palace girls / Glitch / Jade / Jonno / Justin / Krill / Lady Arvela / Lady Spring / Little Girl / Loos / Major Andrea Steele / Miss Summer / Mother / Ommy / Page / Peasant boy / Peasant girl / Podi / Polti Mother / Polti Warrior / Prince Esker / Prince Jeremy / Princess Nami / Rose / Royal Page / Snoob / Spirit of the Ancients / Squonge / The Rose Goddess / Village boy / Wind Raider computer
Fleeder / 'Erbert / Wild Child / ...
Delilah / The Emerald Knight
- The Quest
... The Emerald Knight (voice, uncredited)
Reddi-Wip commercial, together with her brother Lane Scheimer
and featuring early animation by Filmation.
Erika Carroll | E.C.S.
Did You Know?
[on coming out as homosexual] I was a strong female voice myself, and-guess what?-I happened to be gay. Does that make any difference about anything? I'll tell you one thing, it didn't matter, because Filmation was one of the gayest places in town. (2007)
The 1968 Filmation cartoon series Fantastic Voyage
(1968) featured a character named "Dr. Erika Lane", named after Lou Scheimer's daughter Erika and son Lane. Lou himself used 'Erika Lane' as a pseudonym whenever he was credited as a composer on one of his productions.