They were all voiced in French by Marie-Christine "Maïk" Darah.
Born February 7, 1954 in Pantin, Seine-Saint-Denis from a Togolese father and a French mother, she grew up to become one the busiest French voice actresses ever, numbering credits in the four digits range. Her voice is easily one of the most recognizable and beloved in the business. She's also had a career on stage and in small supporting roles on the silver screen and TV, but nowhere near her extensive dubbing activity.
She's known for dubbing a pretty sizeable number of African-American actresses, most famously Whoopi Goldberg (and the two of them met at least once◊). Moreover, if you seek a French voice for a Mama Bear, a Sassy Black Woman, the female equivalent of a Badass Baritone, or even a Cool Old Lady these days, she'll likely be on top of your list.
Some of her dubbing roles include:
- Whoopi Goldberg in most of her films and TV appearancesnote
- Queen Latifah in 11 films.
- Angela Bassett in 10 films.
- Alfre Woodard in 8 films and A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017).
- Pam Grier in 7 films.
- Adina Porter in 7 TV productions.
- Viola Davis in 6 films.
- Madonna in 6 films.
- C.C.H. Pounder in 4 films.
- Halle Berry in 3 films.
- Michelle Pfeiffer in The Witches of Eastwick and Married to the Mob.
- Beyoncé in Austin Powers in Goldmember and Cadillac Records.
- Naomie Harris in the Pirates of the Caribbean films.
- Leslie Uggams in Deadpool and Deadpool 2.
- Oprah Winfrey in A Wrinkle in Time.
- Annie Potts in the Ghostbusters films.
- Bess Motta and Shawn Schepps in The Terminator.
- Lois Griffin in Family Guy.
- Francine Smith in American Dad!.