Ellen Dubin is a Canadian actress.[1] She is best known for her part in the television mini-series Lexx, playing the role of Giggerota.

Ellen Dubin
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Dubin at the Gatecon 2005 convention in Vancouver (Canada).
SpouseJay Switzer

From 2004 to 2006, Dubin starred in the TV series The Collector as Jeri Slate. She was nominated for a Gemini Award for this role.[2] She also played a guest appearance role in Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict as well as a number of other series. In 2006 Dubin appeared in the TV movie The Wives He Forgot with Molly Ringwald and Mark Humphrey. In 2004 she appeared in Napoleon Dynamite.

Dubin is the spokesperson for the Make-a-Wish Foundation in Toronto and Central Ontario.[3] She was married to Canadian media executive Jay Switzer until his death in 2018.



Year Title Role Notes
1990 Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe First Waitress
1990 Personals Officer Andretti Television film
1994 Tammy and the T-Rex Helga
1999 Killer Deal Lisabeth Parker Television film
2002 All Around the Town Carla Hawkins aka Opal Television film
2004 Napoleon Dynamite Ilene
2006 The Wives He Forgot Gwen Television film
2008 A Teacher's Crime Anne Libby Television film
2008 Bull Dr. Piri
2009 Lost and Found Lise Short film
2010 When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story Dora Television film
2012 Dead Before Dawn Beverly Galloway
2014 The Big Fat Stone[4][5] Tilly Sanduski
2015 No Deposit Judy Ryan
2016 The Red Maple Leaf Marie MacDonald
2019 Midway Admiral King Secretary
2021 The Desperate Hour Sergeant Brandt
2021 Dune Bene Gesserit Ancestor Voice


Year Title Role Notes
1992, 1995 Forever Knight Mistress Tamara Dungan, Ingrid Marr 2 episodes
1995 Sailor Moon Lori (voice) Episode: "An Animated Mess"
1996 Due South Miss Sheldrake - States Attorney Episode: "Red, White or Blue"
1996 Gone in the Night Mary Ann Brown
1997, 1999–2002 Lexx Giggerota 6 episodes
1998 Pacific Blue Gretchen Marx Episode: "Thrill Week"
1998 First Wave Sarah Washburne Episode: "Elixer"
1999 Highlander: The Raven Crysta 2 episodes
2000 Earth: Final Conflict Shelley George Episode: "Interview"
2001 Relic Hunter Jacqueline Reed Episode: "The Reel Thing"
2003 Adventure Inc Dr. Leah Kelly Episode: "Plague Ship of Val Verde"
2004 Strange Days at Blake Holsey High Coach Carson Episode: "Equation"
2004 Mutant X Dr. Robinson Episode: "In Between"
2004 Puppets Who Kill Trans-Lady Episode: Sugar
2004–2006 The Collector Jeri Slate 24 episodes
2005 The Dead Zone Callie Fallon Episode: "Heroes & Demons"
2007 Blood Ties Felicia Episode: "Wild Blood"
2016 Lego Star Wars: The Resistance Rises Captain Phasma (voice) 2 episodes[6]
2017 My Roommate’s an Escort Ginger Episode: "Boss Lady"
2019 Star Wars Resistance Captain Phasma (voice) Episode: "Into the Unknown"
2020 Elinor Wonders Why Farmer Bear

Video gamesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2011 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Adisla, Brelas, additional voices
2014 Defense Grid 2 Cai
2015 Fallout 4 Alana Secord, Allie Filmore
2018 Starlink: Battle for Atlas Additional voices
2022 Relayer Relayer [7]
2022 Legends of Runeterra Xolaani [8]


Year Title Role Notes
2015 Disneyland Forever Narrator Nighttime Spectacular show in Disneyland
2017 Disney Illuminations! Narrator Nighttime Spectacular show in Disneyland Paris


  1. ^ Ellen Dubin's bio at northernstars.ca
  2. ^ Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television official site Archived 2011-09-28 at the Wayback Machine, retrieved 21 January 2008.
  3. ^ "One Thousand and One Nights of Wishes".
  4. ^ The Big Fat Stone synopsis & credits at radiotimes.com
  5. ^ The Big Fat Stone credits at cinemagia.ro
  6. ^ Ellen Dubin [@EllenDubinActor] (March 16, 2016). "In case you heard familiar voice, I am #CaptainPhasma in #StarWarsTheResistanceRises on @DisneyXD" (Tweet). Retrieved November 2, 2016 – via Twitter.
  7. ^ Kadokawa Games. Relayer. Clouded Leopard Entertainment. Scene: Ending credits, 14:32 in, EN Other VOICE CAST.
  8. ^ Connor Sheehy [@Riot_fizzNchip] (November 30, 2022). "That was *checks notes* Ellen Dubin!" (Tweet). Retrieved January 1, 2023 – via Twitter.

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