Fay Masterson

Fay Masterson

British actress Fay Masterson began in her teens with a small role in the children's comedy adventure reboot "The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking." In the early 1990s, Masterson moved from London to Hollywood, where she quickly landed prominent supporting roles in films including the Mel Gibson-directed drama "The Man Without a Face" and the Chevy Chase family farce "Cops and Robbersons." But stardom didn't beckon, so while acting in low-budget films and making occasional TV guest appearances, she began a lucrative side career as a video game voiceover artist. In 2010, she co-starred in the time-travel sitcom "Sex and the Austen Girl" as Jane Mansfield, a Regency England maiden who finds herself in 21st-century Los Angeles.


Guest Appearances