Caitlin Glass

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Caitlin Glass
Caitlin Glass by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Glass in 2013.
Born Caitlin Tiffany Glass
(1981-11-16) November 16, 1981 (age 32)
Washington, D.C.
Residence Irving, Texas
Other names Tiffany Patterson
Education BFA, Theater Arts, University of Texas at Arlington
Occupation Voice actress, ADR director, ADR scriptwriter, singer
Years active 2004-present[1]
Home town Escondido, California[2]
Religion Christian
Spouse(s) Tony Patterson

Caitlin Tiffany Glass (born November 16, 1981 in Washington, D.C.) is an American voice actress, ADR director, and script writer at Funimation/OkraTron 5000 who provided voices for a number of English versions of Japanese anime series, and video games.


Glass grew up in the San Diego area and attended middle school and high school in Escondido, California.[2] She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts in 2004. While still a college student, she went on a studio tour of Funimation and was hired the same day.[3] Her first roles were bit parts on Case Closed[3] until she landed the role of Hiyono Yuizaki in Spiral. She then went on to voice Triela in Gunslinger Girl. Her most notable role to date is as Winry Rockbell in the English language release of the anime Fullmetal Alchemist.

Her other notable roles include Nefertari Vivi in One Piece, Kaori Misaka in Kanon, Yakumo Tsukamoto in School Rumble, Saya Minatsuki in Black Cat, Accela Warrick in Solty Rei and Satellizer L. Bridget in Freezing. She can also be heard in Negima!, Kodocha, The Galaxy Railways, Sakura Taisen: Ecole de Paris, and Lupin III OVAs. In addition to her voice work at Funimation/Okatron 5000, she has also done work for Bang Zoom! Entertainment and New Generation Pictures.

In 2006, Glass began her first major ADR directing project, Suzuka and is one of a select few directors working on One Piece. In 2008, she directed the English version of Ouran High School Host Club and played the lead role of Haruhi Fujioka in the show. Along with directing, Glass enjoys adapting theme songs for Funimation dubs, and can occasionally be heard singing them.[4]

Outside of voice acting, she has worked as an ESL teacher in Spain.[4]


Anime roles[edit]

Video game roles[edit]

Anime song covers[edit]

  • A-LY-YA! - ending theme for Negima!? (with Cherami Leigh)
  • Faith - tenth English dub closing theme for One Piece.
  • Futari wa Wasurechau - second English dub closing theme for School Rumble: Second Semester (with Luci Christian).
  • Glory ~Because You're Here~ - seventh English dub closing theme for One Piece.
  • RUN! RUN! RUN! - second English dub closing theme for One Piece.
  • Under the Sky - English dub closing theme for Burst Angel.
  • Wings of the Heart - 2nd ending theme for Dragon Ball Z Kai (with Monica Rial)

Other voice roles[edit]

Production Staff[edit]

Voice Director[edit]

Script Writer[edit]


  1. ^ "Caitlin Glass". Retrieved 2012-08-21. 
  2. ^ a b "kiristokyoto - Profile". Retrieved 2013-12-11. 
  3. ^ a b c Funimation (January 3, 2013). "Inside the Voice Actors Studio - Caitlin Glass" (YouTube). 
  4. ^ a b "It's all about me!". Retrieved 2009-12-01. 
  5. ^ "Special Operations Squad: Eve of the Counterattack, Part 2". Attack on Titan. Episode 15. August 16, 2014. Adult Swim.
  6. ^ "Another World" (Hulu video). Birdy the Mighty Decode. Episode 5.,p4,d0. - closing credits
  7. ^ Doty, Terri; Tatum, J. Michael (January 15, 2012). "That Anime Show EP 36 The Return of Caitlin Glass" (Podcast). That Anime Show. 
  8. ^ "Invasion of Pieta (Part 1)". Claymore. Episode 21. - closing credits
  9. ^ D. Gray-man episode 16 and 17 closing credits
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  12. ^ "Book Trailer Launches Limited Time Offer! | Between Books". 2013-01-22. Retrieved 2013-12-11. 
  13. ^ "Rejection". Chaos Head. Episode 9. - closing credits
  14. ^ "Fate". Murder Princess. Episode 5. - closing credits

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