Kristin Sutton (born April 25, 1976 in Kinston, North Carolina) is an American actress and voice actress. She is best known as the second voice of Bubbles (original voice by Tara Strong) and Blossom (original voice by Cathy Cavadini), from The Powerpuff Girls, with Trendmasters toys; and "Baby" Baby Bop on Barney and Friends for Playskool. She is also known for her work in the American dubs of Japanese anime cartoon series, such as Fairy Tail, Save Me! Lollipop, One Piece, Ghost Hunt, Shin Chan, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Soul Eater, A Certain Magical Index II, Baccano, and Unbreakable Machine Doll. Kristin's voice is also currently featured in the new kids channel of How It Should Have Ended Kids! and as the character Serqet in the video game Smite.
Sutton was raised in Houston, Texas. She studied Musical theatre at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City. After graduation, Kristin embarked on her first national tour Battle Cry of Freedom and performed at The New York Renaissance Faire. After the Faire, Kristin worked for a stint at Tuacahn theater in St. George, Utah, in an outdoor performance of How the West was Won in which she played a saloon dancer, a Madam, and a Mormon refugee. She also worked for a few years as Barbie and Alice in Wonderland at FAO Schwarz Toy store. Kristin then undertook a second national tour of Robin Hood. In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, Sutton moved back to her home state of Texas and began working on projects such as Barney and Friends, and starred in the feature films, Searching For Sonny with Minka Kelly and Jason Dohring, Seven Angels in Eden, and in the television series Wonderville, in addition to her voice over work and commercials.
Sutton now resides in Plano, Texas with husband, Chad Ford, who is also an actor.