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Amiya (voice) szerepében:
Tomoyo Kurosawa 1996-04-10 Saitama, Japan

Tomoyo Kurosawa (黒沢 ともよ, born April 10, 1996) is a Japanese actress, voice actress and singer from Chichibu, Saitama who is affiliated with Toho Entertainment. Her major voice acting roles in anime are in Yuki Yuna Is a Hero as Itsuki Inubozaki, Sound! Euphonium as Kumiko Oumae and Land of the Lustrous as Phosphophyllite. Kurosawa began studying acting at the age of 3. In 2000, she began appearing in TV dramas, commercials and stage performances. Kurosawa became a support member of Sound Horizon in 2008, appearing in their sixth CD story "Moira" that same year, and in Sound Horizon's seventh CD story "Märchen", released in 2010. Kurosawa made her voice acting debut as Natsuki Koyama in the 2010 anime film Welcome to the Space Show. In 2012, she moved from Space Craft to Mausu Promotion. On March 3, 2018, she won the 12th Seiyu Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role. She graduated from Hosei University in 2019. On August 1, 2021, she announced her transfer from Mausu Promotion to Toho Entertainment. Source: Wikipedia

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KYOANI MUSIC FESTIVAL -Inspiration for the future- poszter
KYOANI MUSIC FESTIVAL -Inspiration for the future- film TMDb
Sound! Euphonium Official Brass Band Concert ~Kitauji High School Brass Band 5th Regular Concert 5th Anniversary Concert~ poszter
Sound! Euphonium Official Brass Band Concert ~Kitauji High School Brass Band 5th Regular Concert 5th Anniversary Concert~ film TMDb
THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS 3rdLIVE シンデレラの舞踏会 - Power of Smile - Day1 poszter
THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS 3rdLIVE シンデレラの舞踏会 - Power of Smile - Day1 film TMDb
THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS 4thLIVE TriCastle Story ─346 Castle─ poszter
THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS 4thLIVE TriCastle Story ─346 Castle─ film TMDb
7th Story Concert “Märchen” poszter
7th Story Concert “Märchen” film TMDb

Doctor (voice) szerepében:
Yuki Kaida 1974-11-30 日本 东京都 涉谷区

Yuki Kaida is a voice actress (seiyuu) and radio personality from Tokyo, Japan. Although she has an extensive vocal range, voicing a large variety of characters throughout her career, she is commonly typecasted as young males, achieving mainstream success as her roles in Hunter × Hunter as Kurapika, The Prince of Tennis as Shusuke Fuji, and Shounen Onmyouji as Abe no Masahiro. She was formerly affiliated with the talent management agency Toritori Office, but is currently freelance. She holds the distinction of being one of the only Japanese voice actors to have completed their formal education in the United States. Consequently, she speaks multiple languages with varying degrees of fluency outside of Japanese. She is affectionately nicknamed Yukki (ゆっきー) by her Japanese fans.

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流星のロックマン poszter
流星のロックマン sorozat TMDb
The Promised Neverland poszter
The Promised Neverland film TMDb

Dobermann (voice) szerepében:
Atsumi Tanezaki 1990-09-27 Oita, Japan

Atsumi Tanezaki is a Japanese voice actress formerly affiliated with Toritori Office, but is now represented by Haikyō. She was born on September 27.

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Ace (voice) szerepében:
Takashi Matsuyama 1960-04-02 Tokyo, Japan

Takashi Matsuyama (松山 鷹志)  is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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仮面ライダー poszter
仮面ライダー sorozat TMDb
The Grudge poszter
The Grudge film TMDb
Ju-on: The Grudge 2 poszter
Ju-on: The Grudge 2 film TMDb
Ju-on: The Grudge poszter
Ju-on: The Grudge film TMDb
The Grudge 2 poszter
The Grudge 2 film TMDb
The Grudge 3 poszter
The Grudge 3 film TMDb

Ch'en (voice) szerepében:
Shizuka Ishigami 1988-09-14 Tokyo, Japan

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Kal'tsit (voice) szerepében:
Yoko Hikasa 1985-07-16 Kanagawa, Japan

Yoko Hikasa is a Japanese voice actress and singer, currently affiliated with I'm Enterprise. She aspired to become a voice actress after watching Sailor Moon, and later attended Nihon Narration Engi Kenkyuujo, a seiyuu training school. Her major breakthrough was the leading role as Mio Akiyama in the hit series K-ON.

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K-ON! Live Event ~Let's Go!~ poszter
K-ON! Live Event ~Let's Go!~ film TMDb
K-ON! Live Event ~Come With Me!!~ poszter
K-ON! Live Event ~Come With Me!!~ film TMDb
Symphogear Live 2018 poszter
Symphogear Live 2018 film TMDb
Symphogear Live 2016 poszter
Symphogear Live 2016 film TMDb
Symphogear Live 2013 poszter
Symphogear Live 2013 film TMDb
Symphogear Live 2020 → 2022 poszter
Symphogear Live 2020 → 2022 film TMDb

Wei Yenwu (voice) szerepében:
Koichi Yamadera 1961-06-17 Shiogama, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

Koichi Yamadera is a Japanese voice actor and radio personality, known for voicing Jim Carrey and Eddie Murphy in the Japanese language releases of their respective films. In 2006, he divorced voice actress Mika Kanai. His most notable characters are Spike Spiegel from Cowboy Bebop (1998) and the subsequent follow up film Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001), Beerus from the longstanding Dragonball franchise, and the modern day voice of Inspector Zenigata of the longstanding Lupin the Third franchise after the retirement of the previous voice actor Gorō Naya and first appearing in the role in Lupin the Third: Blood Seal of the Eternal Mermaid (2011)

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仮面ライダー poszter
仮面ライダー sorozat TMDb
Shin Ultraman poszter
Shin Ultraman film TMDb
Godzilla: Final Wars poszter
Godzilla: Final Wars film TMDb
Godzilla vs. Megaguirus poszter
Godzilla vs. Megaguirus film TMDb
Gintama poszter
Gintama film TMDb
Karate Girl poszter
Karate Girl film TMDb

Talulah (voice) szerepében:
Maaya Sakamoto 1980-03-31 Tokyo, Japan

Maaya Sakamoto is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She made her debut as a voice actress in 1992 as the voice of Chifuru in Little Twins, but is better known as voice of Hitomi Kanzaki in The Vision of Escaflowne. Other major roles in anime include Riho Yamazaki in Nightwalker: The Midnight Detective, Moe Katsuragi in Risky Safety, Princess Tomoyo in Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle, Haruhi Fujioka in Ouran High School Host Club, Sayaka Nakasugi in Birdy the Mighty, Ciel Phantomhive in Black Butler, Shinobu Oshino in Monogatari, Shiki Ryougi in the Kara no Kyoukai film series, and Motoko Kusanagi in the newer Ghost in the Shell films and series. In video games she voices Aura and Natsume in .hack, Lisa Hamilton / La Mariposa in Dead or Alive, Aeris in Kingdom Hearts, Aigis in Persona 3, Lightning in Final Fantasy XIII games, Ling Xiaoyu in the Tekken series, and Alisa Illinichina Amiella in God Eater. She has also branched into singing, performing songs in both English and Japanese. She released her debut single "Yakusoku wa Iranai" in collaboration with Yoko Kanno under Victor Entertainment on April 24, 1996. Her singles "Tune the Rainbow", "Loop", "Ame ga Furu", and "Triangler" have all reached the top 10 Oricon singles chart: "Triangler" in particular charted at number 3 and remained charting for 26 weeks. Her albums have had similar success, with Shōnen Alice and Yūnagi Loop both reaching the top 10 Oricon albums chart; and her album You Can't Catch Me, released on January 12, 2011, became her first release to ever reach number 1. She held a concert at the Nippon Budokan on March 31, 2010, her thirtieth birthday. In the Japanese localization of overseas dubs, she has voiced Padme Amidala as presented in the Star Wars films and cartoons, as well as being the dub voice for Natalie Portman on numerous films.

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Learning with Manga! Fate/Grand Order poszter
Learning with Manga! Fate/Grand Order film TMDb
Ink Music: In the Land of the Hundred-Tongued Lyricist poszter
Ink Music: In the Land of the Hundred-Tongued Lyricist film TMDb
You & Me poszter
You & Me film TMDb
坂本真綾 25周年記念LIVE「約束はいらない」 at 横浜アリーナ poszter
坂本真綾 25周年記念LIVE「約束はいらない」 at 横浜アリーナ film TMDb
Sakamoto Maaya LIVE TOUR 2009 "WE ARE KAZEYOMI!" poszter
Sakamoto Maaya LIVE TOUR 2009 "WE ARE KAZEYOMI!" film TMDb
Maaya Sakamoto Live 2011 in the silence poszter
Maaya Sakamoto Live 2011 in the silence film TMDb