Alison Viktorin

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Alison Viktorin
Born Alison Ruth Retzloff
(1981-02-01) February 1, 1981 (age 33)
Residence Euless, Texas[1]
Other names Alison Retzloff
Education California Lutheran University (B.A.)[2]
Occupation Voice actress
Years active 2004-present
Agent Mary Collins Agency
Home town Argyle, Texas[1]
Spouse(s) Dustin Kayne Viktorin (m. 2005)
Children 1 son[1]

Alison Ruth Retzloff Viktorin (born February 1, 1981 in Argyle, Texas) is an American voice actress who has worked with Funimation/OkraTron 5000. She has provided voices for a number of English-language versions of Japanese anime shows, her most notable role being Conan Edogawa in the detective series Case Closed. She also does commercials and modeling in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.[3]

Alison is a 2003 graduate of California Lutheran University earning a BA in Drama.[2][3] Alison married Dustin Kayne Viktorin of Euless, Texas on August 27, 2005 in Fredericksburg, Texas.[2]


List of voice acting performances in film and television
Title Year Role Notes
Kiddy Grade 2004 Viola Debut role
Case Closed 2004 Conan Edogawa first starring voice role
Spiral 2004 Little Boy
Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy 2004 Bucky
Burst Angel 2005 Amy [4]
Lupin the Third: Missed by a Dollar 2006 Spirit Guide
Desert Punk 2006 Tsumiko credited as Alison Viktorin from here onwards
Negima! 2006 Fuka Narutaki, Fumika Narutaki TV Series 1
Rumbling Hearts 2006 Hotaru
Basilisk 2006 Takechiyo TV Ep. 18
Black Cat 2006 Adam
Mushishi 2007 Maho, Isana TV series: Eps. 3, 22
School Rumble 2007 Haruki Hanai (Child) TV series: Ep. 13
Itsudatte My Santa! 2007 Sharry
Peach Girl 2007 Tomiko
Sasami: Magical Girls Club 2008 Sasami Iwakura TV series, title role
Negima Spring and Summer Specials 2008 Fuka Narutaki, Fumika Narutaki OVA series
Ghost Hunt 2008 Kenji TV Eps. 12-13
Hell Girl 2008 Nina TV Ep. 17
Jyu-Oh-Sei 2008 Rai, Thor Klein (Child)
Witchblade 2008 Yuki Sasaki TV Ep. 16
Save Me! Lollipop 2009 Zero (Child)
El Cazador de la Bruja 2009 Joaquin TV Ep. 26
Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry 2009 Carmichael
One Piece 2010 Chabo, Child B TV Ep. 180
The Tower of Druaga: The Sword of Uruk 2010 Acra
Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor 2011 Suo Pavlichenko Lead role
Heaven's Lost Property 2011 Tomoko
Summer Wars 2011 Shingo Jinnouchi Feature Film
Sgt. Frog 2011 Karara TV Eps. 64-65, 77
Shiki 2011 Shizuka Matsuo
A Certain Magical Index 2012 Kuroko Shirai
Shakugan no Shana Movie 2012 Yukari Hirai Film
A Certain Scientific Railgun 2013 Kuroko Shirai Lead role
Haganai 2013 Kobato Hasegawa
Wolf Children 2013 Ame (Child) Feature Film
Eureka Seven: AO 2013 Liu Ing
Michiko and Hatchin 2013 Gabriel Belenbauza Yamada TV Ep. 1
Space Dandy 2014 QT TV series, lead role
One Piece 2014 Hoichael
Haganai: NEXT 2014 Kobato Hasegawa
Karneval 2014 Kiichi
A Certain Magical Index II 2014 Kuroko Shirai
A Certain Scientific Railgun S 2014 Kuroko Shirai

External links[edit]


  1. ^ a b c Barling, Jennifer (March 29, 2011). "Alison Viktorin: Living Out Loud". North Texas Child. Retrieved April 10, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c "Retzloff-Viktorin (wedding announcement)". The Facts (Brazoria County, Texas). 2005-08-21. Retrieved 2011-10-30. 
  3. ^ a b "Alumni News" (PDF). California Lutheran University Magazine 16 (1): 33. Summer 2008. 
  4. ^ Johnston, Chris (2005). "City of Angels". Newtype USA 4 (4): 34–35.