|Born|| July 13, 1968 |
|Alma mater||Chuo University|
|Height||157 cm (5 ft 2 in)|
Omi Minami (南 央美, Minami Omi, born July 13, 1968) is a Japanese voice actress, essayist and columnist. She is mostly known for her work in anime and video game roles, with starring roles as Hyatt in Excel Saga , Ruri Hoshino in Martian Successor Nadesico , Majic in Orphen , as well as Takuro in Di Gi Charat and Fan Xinglou in The Asterisk War .
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Martian Successor Nadesico, sometimes referred to as simply Nadesico, is a Japanese anime television series animated by Xebec and directed by Tatsuo Satō. A manga adaptation created by Kia Asamiya was published by Kadokawa Shoten from 1997 to 1999. The manga, published in English by CPM Manga, has many significant changes from the anime.
Yūji Ueda is a Japanese actor, voice actor and singer from Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. He is best known for voicing the roles of Sagara Sanosuke in Rurouni Kenshin, Akito Tenkawa in Martian Successor Nadesico, Takeshi/Brock in Pokémon, Horohoro/Trey Racer in Shaman King, Johannes Krauser II in Detroit Metal City, Keitarō Urashima in Love Hina, Shirou Iori in Kill la Kill, and Yousuke Fuuma in Wedding Peach.
Puni Puni Poemy is a two-part original video animation spin-off from the Excel Saga manga and TV animation. It features some of that series' secondary characters and many of its staff, primarily director Shinichi Watanabe. Like Excel Saga, it is a parody of other anime, manga and various aspects of popular culture, though in this case with the magical girl genre providing its primary focus and general structure. The series was originally an in-joke from an episode of Excel Saga; Watanabe decided to take the in-joke to its most extreme logical conclusion, creating the series.
Tomoko Kawakami was a Japanese voice actress. Having graduated from the Toho Gakuen College of Drama and Music, she was affiliated with Production Baobab at the time of her death.
Charles Forrest "Spike" Spencer is an American voice actor and columnist best known for dubbing Japanese anime films. He is known for his roles in ADV Films dubs of Neon Genesis Evangelion as Shinji Ikari, Martian Successor Nadesico as Akito Tenkawa, and Excel Saga as Gojo Shioji. He has also performed voice acting for radio, especially commercials. His anime character voices tend to be either for timid, shy, or weak characters, or for eccentric and comical ones.
Noriko Itō, better known by the stage name of Noriko Hidaka, is a Japanese actress, voice actress, singer and narrator. She played Akane Tendo in Ranma ½, Satsuki Kusakabe in My Neighbor Totoro, Near in Death Note, Seta Sōjirō in Rurouni Kenshin, Jean Roque Raltique in Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water and Kikyo in Inuyasha and also Kotori Minami's mom in Love Live! School Idol Project both seasons in anime series, as well in 2015 films. She is also the famous dubbing roles for Jayma Mays in American TV series Glee, as well in The Smurfs film series.
Akio Suyama is a Japanese voice actor, affiliated with Sigma Seven. He was born in Toyonaka, Osaka.
Tiffany Lynn Grant is an American actress and script writer who is known for her English-dubbing work for ADV Films on such anime films and television series as Neon Genesis Evangelion, in which she voiced the character Asuka Langley Soryu.
John Michael Gremillion is an American voice actor who works for Funimation and Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks. He has provided voices for a number of English-language versions of Japanese anime series and video games; notable credits include Go Mutsugi from Area 88, Yamato Hotsuin from Devil Survivor 2: The Animation, Schawanheld Bulge from Galaxy Railways, Chuen Otoko from Five Numbers, Dracule Mihawk from One Piece, and Hakuoro from Utawarerumono.
Andrew Mark "Andy" McAvin is an American actor and voice over actor with nearly 80 credits to his resume. He also appeared in over 120 professional theatrical productions including Broadway musicals. He does voice work in anime dubs for ADV Films and Seraphim Digital.
Right Stuf Inc. is an independent video publisher and distributor of video programming that specializes in Asian entertainment. The company has several divisions including: Nozomi Entertainment (production), Critical Mass, RightStufAnime.com and 5 Points Pictures. In March 2012, Right Stuf launched 5 Points Pictures, its live action label. Right Stuf also offers production services and distribution for Japanese labels Aniplex of America, Sunrise Inc., Eleven Arts, and Pony Canyon.
Di Gi Charat Nyo! is a Japanese anime and an alternate adaptation of Di Gi Charat. The series features Dejiko, and Puchiko, two catgirls who travel to Earth, for princess training, where they are accidentally split up.
John Allan Swasey is an American voice actor, ADR Director, and script writer who works at ADV Films, Funimation and Sentai Filmworks.
Brett A. Weaver is an American voice actor working with ADV Films, Funimation, OkaTron 5000, and Sentai Filmworks. He is known for his roles in the English-language dubs of anime series. He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, cartoonist and graphic novelist E.K. Weaver.
Mark X. Laskowski is an American voice actor. He is known for many roles in anime dubs for ADV Films and Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks, such as Shinpachi Shimura from Gintama the Movie, Kobungo Inuta from Hakkenden, Kota Hirano from Highschool of the Dead, K from Puni Puni Poemi, Flint from the Bodacious Space Pirates movie, and Tweedledim from the Mardock Scramble movies.
Takuma Terashima is a Japanese voice actor and singer born in Ishikawa, Japan. Terashima graduated from Tokyo Announce Gakuin, voice training school. He had initially belonged to Holypeak until December 2008, and then to Production Baobab up until September 2011 when he switched to Axlone, Toshiyuki Morikawa's own agency. He is married to voice actress Satomi Satō.
Animax was a Latin American pay television channel, serving as the regional variant of the Japanese network of the same name. It was launched on 31 July 2005, replacing Locomotion, which was acquired by Sony on 18 January of the same year. Animax was divided into four feeds: three in Spanish and one in Portuguese (Brazil).
Project X Zone is a crossover tactical role-playing game for the Nintendo 3DS developed by Banpresto and Monolith Soft with assistance from Capcom and Red Entertainment and published by Namco Bandai Games. The game is a follow up to the 2005 video game Namco × Capcom and features characters from Namco Bandai, Capcom, and Sega. The game was released on October 11, 2012 in Japan; June 25, 2013 in North America; and July 5, 2013 in Europe. The game received mixed to positive reviews on release; praise went towards the game's cast, combat system, and presentation, but criticism was directed at its repetitive gameplay and confusing storyline.
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