Isabella Rossellini is the voice actor behind General Malice, the head of the hate department in Human Resources. Meet the Netflix actress.
Human Resources is an animated sitcom and spin-off of the show Big Mouth. It takes place in the workplace of the Hormone Monsters from Big Mouth and follows the interactions of these monsters with human adults. The series was created by Kelly Galuska, Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, and Jennifer Flackett for Netflix. It premiered on March 18, 2022, and stars Aidy Bryant, Randall Park, and Keke Palmer. The show has received positive reviews and was renewed for a second and final season in April 2022. The final season was released on June 9, 2023.
The story revolves around a group of monsters representing various emotions assigned to human adults as their embodiments. The main cast includes Aidy Bryant as Emmy Fairfax, Randall Park as Peter "Pete" Doheny, and Keke Palmer as Rochelle Hillhurst. The series features a diverse range of characters voiced by actors such as Maya Rudolph, Nick Kroll, David Thewlis, and many others. Numerous guest stars, including Lupita Nyong'o, Janelle Monáe, and John Mulaney, have also made appearances.
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Human Resources: Isabella Rossellini is the Voice Actor of General Malice
Isabella Rossellini (@isabellarossellini), the talented Italian actress renowned for her beautiful performances in films like "Death Becomes Her" and "Blue Velvet," brings her immense talent to the animated series Human Resources. In an intriguing twist, Rossellini takes on the role of General Malice, a character with an air of sinister authority. As the head of the hate department, she becomes a formidable adversary to Rochelle's transformative journey from a hate worm to a love bug.
Isabella Rossellini is the voice behind General Malice on Human Resources.
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With a wicked and calculated demeanor, General Malice cunningly plots to overthrow love and promote hatred, even going so far as to goad Rochelle into considering a chilling act of violence. However, the story takes a dramatic turn as General Malice's plans crumble beneath the weight of her own malevolence, culminating in a gripping finale that seals her fate.
General Malice Voice Actress Isabella Rossellini's Career at a Glance
Italian actress Isabella Rossellini began her film career with a small role in the 1976 movie A Matter of Time, appearing alongside her mother. She gained recognition for her performances in films like Blue Velvet and Death Becomes Her. Rossellini's acting career expanded to include American films, and she appeared in White Nights and Cousins. In addition to her film work, she made appearances on television shows such as Alias and Friends.
Rossellini's career took an interesting turn when she enrolled at Hunter College in New York to study animal behavior. She then collaborated with the Sundance Channel to create a web series, where she explored animal mating rituals in a humorous and educational way. The series gained popularity and led to two more seasons, as well as other animal-themed productions.
Alongside her animal-focused projects, Rossellini continued to act in films such as Enemy and Silent Life. She also served as the President of the Jury for the Berlin International Film Festival in 2011 and the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival in 2015. In 2016, she joined the cast of the Hulu series Shut Eye, portraying the matriarch of a crime family.