Pauline Little has been a professional actress for over 35 years. Born in Scotland to theatrical parents, she was raised in Montreal and learned at an early age that she had caught the acting bug as well. Pauline graduated with a BFA in Theatre Performance from Concordia University in 1982 and hit the ground running. She started in theatre and then moved on to movies and television, appearing in over 75 different productions. But that wasn't enough for Pauline, oh no, she wanted more. Animation and cartoon voices soon followed. She has voiced many favourites, including Maya the Bee, Caillou's Grandma, Little Lulu's mom, the Drunk Queen in The True Story of Puss'n Boots ( for which she won a Montreal ACTRA award) and most recently the truck driving, hard living, Claire DeWay in Two Nuts and a Richard. Pauline being the multi-tasker that she is, also does adaptation for cartoons and can also be seen directing them sometimes. Married to fellow actor Mark Camacho, they are the proud parents of Jesse and Sarah Camacho, two professional actors living in Toronto. That acting bug is still going strong.