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Michaela Dietz (born 1 November 1982; age 41) is an actress, voice actress, and singer who voiced Maj'el in the second season of Star Trek: Prodigy. She also voiced Grom in the episode "Ascension, Part I".

Dietz was born in South Korea and was adopted by an American family from Cooperstown, New York when she was three months old.

She is probably best known for voicing the character Amethyst on the Cartoon Network animated series Steven Universe (2013-19, with Dee Bradley Baker, Toks Olagundoye, Eugene Cordero, Eric Bauza, Kevin Michael Richardson, and Brian George) and Steven Universe: The Movie (2019, with Toks Olagundoye), as well as other media, such as video games, mobile phone games, and PSA ads connected to the series.

She also voiced Riff on Barney & Friends from 2006 to 2009, Dolly Dalmatian in Disney's 101 Dalmatian Street (2018-20), and Darryl McGee in another Disney animated series, The Ghost and Molly McGee (2021-24, with Sumalee Montano, Grey Griffin, Kari Wahlgren, Jenifer Lewis, Pamela Adlon, Fred Tatasciore, Diedrich Bader, Tom Kenny, Brett Gray, Tara Strong, Paul F. Tompkins, and Carlos Alazraqui).

She lent her voice to episodes of animated series such as Peanuts, Kid Cosmic (with Fred Tatasciore, Tom Kenny, Phil LaMarr, Grey Griffin, and Eric Bauza), Monsters at Work (with Dee Bradley Baker), Seth MacFarlane's American Dad! (with Wendy Schaal, Scott Grimes, Dee Bradley Baker, Patrick Stewart, and Nolan North) and Family Guy (with Toks Olagundoye and Carlos Alazraqui), Spidey and His Amazing Friends (with Gabrielle Ruiz and Kimberly Brooks), The Owl House (with Eric Bauza, Grey Griffin, and Kari Wahlgren), and Baby Shark's Big Show! (with Tara Strong).

She also voiced characters in a number of video games, such as Grand Theft Auto V (2013, with Al Rodrigo, Rob Brownstein, and Wil Wheaton), Lego Dimensions (2015, with Troy Baker, Grey Griffin, Jess Harnell, Christopher Lloyd, Scott Menville, Nolan North, Bumper Robinson, Tara Strong, Frank Welker, Fred Tatasciore, Ron Perlman, Tom Kenny, Dwight Schultz, Sumalee Montano, Simon Pegg, William Daniels, Michael Gough, Pamela Adlon, Dee Bradley Baker, Maurice LaMarche, and Kari Wahlgren), and Fallout 76 (2018, with Ron Perlman, Adrienne Barbeau, Fred Tatasciore, Bumper Robinson, Beau Billingslea, Michael Gough, Grace Lynn Kung, Jessica McKenna, and Keith Szarabajka).

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