Kerstin Sanders-Dornseif (b. 1943), sometimes credited as Kerstin Sanders, is a German voice actress who dubbed Fran Sinclair on Die Dinos, the German dub of Dinosaurs. In Creature Shop-effects films, she dubbed Fly in Babe and Judith in Where the Wild Things Are.

Sanders-Dornseif has mostly dubbed strong-willed or imposing women, acting as the primary German voice of Susan Sarandon and Glenn Close, as well as dubbing Dianne Wiest, Faye Dunaway, Helen Mirren (including The Queen), Jane Curtin, Joanna Lumley (including Absolutely Fabulous), Zoë Wanamaker in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Alfre Woodard in Hearts and Souls, and Rita Moreno on Oz.

Animation roles include Dean Hardscrabble in Monsters University, Gru's Mother in Despicable Me, and the evil queen/witch in the 1992 redub of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and Maleficent and other villains on House of Mouse. Video games include The Settlers III, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and Assassin's Creed: Syndicate.

Sanders-Dornseif has acted sporadically in German film and TV since the sixties, including a 1986 TV version of Neil Simon's Plaza Suite. She has been busier in German radio and audio dramas, including various roles in the Geisterjäger John Sinclair and Gabriel Burns series, as well as Maggie Oakshott in the Sherlock Holmes adaptation "The Blue Carbuncle."

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