Tomo Saeki (サエキ トモ (佐伯 智), Saeki Tomo, born February 2, 1973) is a Japanese voice actress.
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Akemi Okamura is a Japanese voice actress and narrator. She is affiliated with Mausu Promotion. She performed a song in the NHK program Minna no Uta and currently voices Nami in One Piece.
Sawa Ishige is a Japanese voice actress.
Kazuya Ichijō is a Japanese voice actor. He is married to Minami Hokuto, better known by her stage name Hitomi. He also provided the voice of adult video games.
Ojamajo Doremi, alternatively titled Magical DoReMi in English, is a Japanese magical girl anime television series created by Toei Animation. It focuses on a group of elementary school girls, led by Doremi Harukaze, who become witch apprentices. The series aired in Japan on TV Asahi between February 1999 and January 2003, spanning four seasons and 201 episodes, and was followed by an original video animation series released between June and December 2004. An English-language version of the first season, produced by 4Kids Entertainment, aired in North America in 2005. The franchise has also spawned two companion films, various manga adaptations, and a sequel light novel series. A 20th anniversary film titled Looking for Magical Doremi was released on November 13, 2020.
Di Gi Charat is a Japanese manga and anime series created by Koge-Donbo. The series follows a catgirl named Di Gi Charat "Dejiko" who was adopted as the mascot of Broccoli's retail chain store, Gamers. The original anime series and its original video animations (OVAs) are set in a Gamers store. There are twenty Gamers stores across Japan.
Tiffany Lynn Grant is an American voice 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.
A Little Snow Fairy Sugar is a Japanese anime series developed by J.C.Staff. It premiered in Japan on TBS on October 2, 2001, and ran for 24 episodes until its conclusion March 26, 2002. A two-episode OVA was also released for the series. The series was licensed for North America by Geneon Entertainment, but after the closure of Geneon, its DVD releases went out of print. In 2009, Sentai Filmworks had acquired the license.
Koge-Donbo* (こげどんぼ*), is a Japanese manga artist. Koge-Donbo* started her career soon after college as a doujinshi artist. She got the idea of a unique pen-name, Kobe-Donbo* from Akira Toriyama's pet cat. She made her first official US appearance at Otakon 2004 in Baltimore, MD as a Guest of Honor. Before that, she appeared at the AnimeGamers USA retail store in Los Angeles, California on July 7, 2002, for an autograph session promoting her Chocola 2001 artbook. She returned for another autograph session at the same store on August 3, 2004. She was a Guest of Honor at Anime Expo 2006, presenting the world premiere of the new Di Gi Charat animation series.
Mandy Clark is an American voice actress, primarily noted for her role as Tomo Takino in the English-language dub of Azumanga Daioh. She auditioned for ADV Films in the year 2000 without prior drama training, and landed her first episode role in Excel Saga. She went on retired from voice acting in 2004 in order to begin attending college. In early 2006 she returned to Houston and has since graduated. She is currently working as a freelance digital artist. She was married in 2009.
Asami Sanada is a Japanese actress and voice actress. She is affiliated with Amuleto. She is best known as the voices of Vita in the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha series, Jun Sakurada in the Rozen Maiden series, Kurumi Tokisaki in the Date A Live series, Sawako Yamanaka in the K-On! series, and her debut role as Dejiko in Di Gi Charat.
Takayuki Yamaguchi is a Japanese voice actor who works for 81 Produce.
Chiemi Chiba is a Japanese actress and voice actress affiliated with Umikaze. She made her singing debut on April 7, 1993 as a member of the J-Pop group Aurora Gonin Musume. She is best known for her roles from the anime series as Yuzuriha Nekoi in Tsubasa Chronicle, Hinako in Sister Princess, Doremi Harukaze in Ojamajo Doremi, Nanaka Kirisato in Nanaka 6/17, Wanya in UFO Baby and Kyoko Kirisaki in Black Cat. She announced on her 38th birthday; February 25, 2013 that she had gotten married.
Ezra E. Weisz is an American voice actor.
Di Gi Charat Nyo! is a Japanese anime and an alternate version 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.
Satomi Akesaka is a Japanese actress, voice actress and retired singer affiliated with the Amuleto talent agency. She voiced main characters Hina Satou in Tesagure! Bukatsu-mono, Taeko Nomura in Coppelion, Mutsuki in Danchigai, krkr in Gdgd Fairies, Teruha Andō in Girls Beyond the Wasteland, Yūki Asano in Kyo no Gononi, Miho Edogawa in Level E, and Natsume in Master of Martial Hearts. She also voices supporting characters such as: Esdeath in Akame ga Kill, Varda in Engage Planet Kiss Dum, Mari Kurokawa in Gate, Arsene in Tantei Opera Milky Holmes, Miho in Suzuka, Kanon in Pretty Rhythm and Rinko Shirokane in BanG Dream! (2017–2018).
Bimonthly Comi Digi was a Japanese seinen manga magazine edited by Broccoli, published by Flex Comix, and sold through Soft Bank Creative. The magazine is sold bimonthly on even-numbered months on the twenty-first. The magazine was originally published in April 2003 under the title Quarterly Di Gi Charat, after the series Di Gi Charat published by Broccoli Books. The magazine was suspended in July 2004, but restarted publication in October 2004 under the new title Comic Di Gi Charat and was sold bimonthly as a special edition version of Comic Rush. The title was changed again in October 2005 to simply Comi Digi, and lasted for two issues until the title was changed a final time to the current Comi Digi + on April 21, 2006. The final issue was released 21 August 2008.
Takashi Matsuyama is a Japanese actor and voice actor; he is well known for playing Takeo Saeki in The Grudge and Mamoru Satake in Zipang.
Hiro was an Italian television channel, owned by television network Mediaset. Aimed to a children and teens viewership, was launched in 2008 as part of Mediaset Premium pay television network. The channel was devoted to broadcasting anime programming. The last announcer of the channel was Italian voice actor Claudio Moneta.