A professional Voiceover Artist /Vocalist for film and television, Mela Lee is featured in numerous commercials, animated series, games and films. She is most well known as Legend, Lifeline, in the multi-billion dollar phenom franchise – Apex Legends, as well as taking over the iconic role of Jade for Mortal Kombat 11, singing as Maestro Moon with Kristen Bell in Do Re +Mi for Amazon, as Kikimora in Disney’s The Owl House, and acting & singing for the soundtrack for Stories from the Outlands – Family Business (watch a clip here) Respawn /EA


Samurai Rabbit || The Usagi Chronicles – Netfilx
Miraculous Ladybug – Disney
Owl House – Disney
Do Re + Mi – Amazon
The Loud House – Nickelodeon
Marvel Avengers Assemble: Black Panther’s Quest – Disney XD
Lovecraft Country – HBO
Gotham – Fox
Better Call Saul
The Good Wife – CBS
True Detective – HBO
Drive with Ryan Gosling
Pirates of the Caribbean- on Stranger Tides


Currently writing for a 2023 debut solo album, Mela Lee’s four octave range and unique sound are reminiscent of the spirit of a young Etta James or Billie Holiday, the mischievous sensuality & playful rock edge of Halsey, and the winsome vocals of Adele. Lee’s voice is classic, stunning, and instantly familiar. The late Andrae Crouch said of Lee, “She has the voice of an angel and can break the heart of heaven”. Her sneak peek single with multi-platinum producer, Keith Harris is set for release October 14, 2022.

Mela Lee was the lead vocalist and songwriter for the LA breakout band, Magnolia Memoir, whose last three albums (Pale Fire, The Perfect Crime, and Steal the Stars) are available on iTunes/Amazon


Mela composes for Film, Television, and the Gaming & Graphic Novel world. Mela got her start as a music composer for Lorne Michael’s company, Broadway Video – writing and singing the theme song for the cult web series, “7 Minutes in Heaven with Mike O’Brien” and appearing on O’Brien’s Comedy Album release “Tasty Radio” with SNL alum Jason Sudeikis, Scarlett Johansson, Bill Hader & Seth Meyers. (Read a full article by Entertainment Weekly)

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