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Pauline Little
Years active1975–present
Known forThe Little Lulu Show (1996-1998)
The Triplets (1997-1999)
Caillou (1997-2000)
(m. 1988)

Pauline Little is a Scottish-born Canadian voice, film, and television actress.

She voices the twins Lotus and Jasmine in The Little Flying Bears, Maya in Maya the Bee, Francine in Samurai Pizza Cats and Caillou's Grandma in Caillou.

She can also be seen in The Day After Tomorrow and Last Exit. Her stage roles included the 1993 production of Peter Cureton's Passages.[2]

Personal life

Born in Scotland to theatrical parents, Little was raised in Montreal.[citation needed] Pauline graduated with a BFA in Theatre Performance from Concordia University in 1982 and began acting soon after.[citation needed] She started in theatre and then moved on to movies and television, but later moved on to doing voice acting work for animation.

She is married to actor and fellow Canadian Mark Camacho. Their son, Jesse Camacho, is also an actor, best known for the television series Less Than Kind.[3]





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  1. ^ Pauline Little at K.L. Benzakein Talent
  2. ^ "Passages is eloquent adieu by writer with AIDS". Montreal Gazette, 1993-10-22.
  3. ^ Michael-Oliver Harding (2010-05-25). "Class of 2010: Jesse Camacho, the whiz kid". NIGHTLIFE.CA. Retrieved 2016-01-15.