Kayzie Rogers

(Redirected from Jamie Peacock)

Kayzie Rogers is a former American voice actress for the English-language dub of the Pokémon anime.

Kayzie Rogers

She is not related to voice actor Bill Rogers.


Rogers was one of the original voice actresses on Pokémon, playing mostly characters of the day and various Pokémon characters. When 4Kids let their rights to the series lapse, Rogers continued her voice work on the series under the pseudonym of Jamie Peacock. In Season 9, she took over the role of Max from Amy Birnbaum. However, when that character left the series, Rogers made a brief departure from the show, having suffered a foot injury.[1] For the whole of the tenth season after Following a Maiden's Voyage!, voice clips from the first five seasons were used to voice Wobbuffet, as well as other Kanto and Johto Pokémon she had voiced. The role of Mime Jr. was taken over by Michele Knotz, while the Hoenn Pokémon she voiced, Taillow and Lotad, were voiced in season ten by Billy Beach and Bill Rogers, respectively.

Upon her return to the series, she returned to the roles of Wobbuffet and Mime Jr. as well as all the other Pokémon she voiced in the past (with the exception of Taillow and Lotad), again credited by her real name. After both Pokémon left the series (until the end of Best Wishes for Wobbuffet where it returned to Jessie's team), she began voicing a new regularly seen Pokémon: Iris's Axew until the end of Best Wishes. She remained one of the longest running voice actors for the English dub next to Carter Cathcart. She is also the only English voice actor or actress to voice a role in every Pokémon movie prior to the twentieth movie.

In 2017, Rogers opted to retire from the anime, with her main role of Wobbuffet being handed over to Erica Schroeder. The last time she voiced a character in the anime was during Alola to New Adventure!, where she played Mimey, but a clip of her voice was used for Mimey in the Who's That Pokémon? segment of Alolan Open House!.

Pokémon roles







Video games

Pokémon Puzzle League

Super Smash Bros. Melee

Pokémon Learning League

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure

PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Other non-Pokémon roles


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  This article is part of Project VA, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each voice actor of the Pokémon anime.