Claire Guyot

Born 28 June 1966, Claire Guyot began her career in the theater and entered the field of dubbing in the early 1990s. She was the French voice of Winona Ryder in Edward Scissorhands and Dracula, and later became the voice of Teri Hatcher (Lois and Clark the New Adventures of Superman) but gained fame recently by dubbing Sarah Michelle Gellar in Buffy the Vampire Slayer as well as in films and commercials.

Album cover - Indiciblement - Claire Guyot In late 2007, she was a guest on Le Grand Journal hosted by Michel Denisot with the four other actresses who dubbed the series Desperate Housewives, celebrating the release of the French DVD set of the 2nd season. She is currently artistic director in charge of the dubbing of several television series.

She has some reputation as a chanteuse, and released her first solo album, Indiciblement (Unspeakably), on 21 April 2009. That album is available on iTunes in the US. She had recorded Enfin seule hélas in 2006 with Eric Miller. Her latest album is Mama Mia! (2011).

Below is a video with samples of Guyot's work, beginning with some Sarah Michelle Gellar: