|Relatives||Professor Cerise (husband),|
Chloe (daughter), Parker (son)
|Anime debut||Best Friend...Worst Nightmare!|
|English voice actor||Lisa Ortiz|
|Japanese voice actor||Tomo Sakurai|
As revealed in Best Friend...Worst Nightmare!, Talia and her future husband Professor Cerise attended the same high school. She wanted to become a mangaka, but found that practicing was becoming tedious. However, Cerise encouraged her to continue pursuing her dreams.
In the present day, Parker asked her to wake Chloe up for school. She later had breakfast with her family and then waved goodbye to Chloe and her husband as he drove Chloe off to school. Later, Talia had to go to Chloe's school after Chloe forgot her lunch. She sat down with her daughter after Chloe was left feeling uncomfortable during a class discussion about future aspirations.
In There's a New Kid in Town!, Chloe discovered that the manga Talia had been working on was inspired by Chloe and her Yamper during breakfast. An argument between the two ensued, but it was interrupted when Yamper appeared with an injured Pidove. With that, Talia and the rest of the family got together to treat the injured Pokémon and find its owner. When they found the owner, the family bade the Tiny Pigeon Pokémon farewell.
In JN057, Talia receives a call to cover the absence of a co-worker who ended up getting hurt. This leaves Chloe with no one to spend the night with.
Talia displays a calm, kind and caring character. She has shown to be quite close to her daughter, Chloe as she helps her style her hair and advised Chloe to take her time in choosing her own path in life. As an artist, Talia often incorporates elements of daily life in her works. The main character of her current manga is based on Chloe and Yamper.
|Japanese||ヨシノ Yoshino||From 吉野山 Yoshino-yama (Mount Yoshino, a mountain well-known for its cherry blossoms) or 吉野町駅 Yoshinochō-eki (Yoshinochō Station, a train station in Yokohama located four stops away from Sakuragichō Station on the Blue Line)|
|Talia||From θάλλω thállō (Ancient Greek for to bloom)|
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