In the translation for Latin America, Jane Lane has the same voice than the Black Cat from Spider-Man: The Animated Series (also in its Latin American translation). It was really odd, Jane does not seem the type who would fight with criminals in the street dressed with a black leather suit with Cleavage Window and domino mask. Or perhaps it's the best secret identity ever devised...
Played straight in the italian translation, where Marina Massironi, the voice of Daria, is a well-known comedic actress.
No Export for You: Unlike Beavis And Butthead, the series was dubbed in very few languages (and all of them from Western countries). Other countries only showed a subbed version (like South Korea and Israel) or never bothered to broadcast the series in first place (like Japan).
Talking to Himself: Many of the regular characters are voiced by the same actors & actresses:
The aforementioned Wendy Hoopes, who played Helen and Quinn Morgendorfer as well as Jane Lane.
According to the Daria Wiki, Jane is the closest to her normal speaking voice.
MarcThompson voiced Mr. Anthony DeMartino, Mr. Timothy O'Neill, Kevin Thompson, Jamie, and Charles "Upchuck" Ruttheimer III (during the first season only).
Janie Mertz voices Brittany Taylor, Sandi and Linda Griffin, and goth girl Andrea in her last two appearances ("Mart of Darkness" and "Is It College Yet?")
What Could Have Been: Glenn Eichler was offered, after season five, either a TV movie to wrap up the series or a half-season extension to keep Daria going. He chose the former (MTV at the time had started producing TV movies and Daria's first tv movie was a huge hit for the network), which is a good thing as shortly after Daria ended, MTV killed it's animation division and the remaining animation shows on the network all got royally screwed over with them airing at random times and having episodes never air at all.
When the show began production, there were contingency plans conceived to have cameos by Beavis And Butthead as a Ratings Stunt in case the show did not take off right away. Luckily, the show was a hit from day one and kept this from ever happening.
Speaking of which, plans to have Daria cameo on the revived Beavis and Butthead were conceived but shelved due to MTV declaring her off-limits to Mike Judge (who gave up all claim to her when the character got her own show). MTV wanted to keep the option open to one day reviving Daria and Judge wanted to ignore the series. MTV won and Daria and her series were left untouched.
Jane went through a huge number of revisions to her character before the pilot was filmed. She was originally going to be a much angrier Riot Grrrl type (and thus even easier to mistake for a lesbian than the one they wound up with!) rather than the lugubrious, artsy stoner chick we all know and love. Her final character design is actually a younger version of the first draft of Principal Li of all people (which is probably why a lot of people think Jane sort of looks Asian), who incidentally was originally going to be an overly cheerful Misplaced Kindergarten Teacher.