Brianne Siddall in 2014
August 25, 1963 |
Encino, California, U.S.
|Residence||Valencia, California, U.S.|
|Other names||Ian Hawk, Brianne Brozey|
|Alma mater||Loyola Marymount University, California State University at Northridge|
|Home town||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Spouse(s)||Deven Chierighino (m. 1987)|
Brianne Siddall (born August 25, 1963 in Encino, California), also known under her stage names of Ian Hawk and Brianne Brozey, is an American voice actress. She is known for voicing Tommy Himi and Calumon in over a hundred episodes of the popular anime Digimon and its video games, as well as for voicing Tsukasa and Elk in the anime .hack//Sign and the .hack games. In the late 1990s Siddall, under the stage name Ian Hawk, was hired to perform as the voice of Myōjin Yahiko for the Sony dub of the Ruroni Kenshin anime and OAV, which premiered in the United States under the title Samurai X. This initial attempt to market the series proved unsuccessful and the series was later re-dubbed by Media Blasters, who chose to hire Bang Zoom! Entertainment to redub the series. She also voiced characters for Pioneer and Bang Zoom! including Kunikida in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Ruby and Rina in Saint Tail. In live-action voice-over, she voiced Impus, the infant version of the character Prince Olympius, in Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue, and Circuit the robotic owl in Power Rangers Time Force. She voiced Jim Hawking, the kid crew member in Outlaw Star, which had a run on Cartoon Network's Toonami and Adult Swim programming blocks, She also voiced main character Al Izuruha in the Mobile Suit Gundam OAV, Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket. She provided the voice of the toy Sage of Fijit Friends.
Siddall married producer Deven Chierighino in 1987. In 2011, Siddall was involved in an accident on the set of NCIS: Los Angeles, where she worked as an assistant location manager. She underwent surgery in 2015 to re-fuse portions of her vertebrae and the pain from the injuries and surgeries has made it difficult for Siddall to speak. She has an African Grey bird named Jetta. Prior to her accident, she was an active runner and participated in several marathons.
|1999||Serial Experiments Lain||Taro||As Ian Hawk|
|1999–2002||Digimon series||Tommy Himi, Calumon, Koromon, Kuramon, others|||
|2000||Trigun||Tonis, Boy||As Ian Hawk|
|2000||Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure||Newscaster||As Ian Hawk|
|2000||The Legend of Black Heaven||Gen Tanaka||As Ian Hawk|
|2001||Outlaw Star||James "Jim" Hawking||As Ian Hawk, Grouped under English Voice Talent|||
|2001||Arc the Lad||Young Elk, others||As Ian Hawk|||
|2001||Bastard!!||Lushe||As Ian Hawk|
|2001||Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team||Boy||As Ian Hawk, OVA Ep. 8|
|2001||Hand Maid May||Ikariya||As Ian Hawk|
|2001||Saint Tail||Ruby, Rina, others|||
|2001||Vampire Princess Miyu||Mayumi||Ep. 17|||
|2001||Cowboy Bebop||Various characters||As Ian Hawk|||
|2001||Gate Keepers||Hideki||As Ian Hawk|
|2001||Mon Colle Knights||Rockna Hiiragi|||
|2002||Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket||Al Izuruha||As Ian Hawk|||
|2002||Babel II: Beyond Infinity||Leon (child), others||As Ian Hawk|
|2002||Tokyo Revelation||Sinshiro Soma||As Ian Hawk|
|2002||X||Various characters||As Ian Hawk|||
|2002||Fushigi Yûgi Eikoden||Emperor Reizeitei, Boushin||As Ian Hawk|
|2003||Wild Arms: Twilight Venom||Sheyenne Rainstorm||As Ian Hawk|
|2003||Samurai X||Myōjin Yahiko, others||Sony dub, OAV series
As Ian Hawk
|2003||A Little Snow Fairy Sugar||Salt||As Ian Hawk|
|2003||Kikaider-01: The Animation||Akira|
|2003||Dirty Pair: Affair on Nolandia||Misumi/Misuni, Connie Brighton||Streamline Pictures dub, As Ian Hawk|||
|2005||Saiyuki Reload||Kensei||As Ian Hawk|
|2005||Kyo Kara Maoh!||Little Shori|||
|2005||Fafner in the Azure||Island Core||As Ian Hawk|
|2005-2009||Naruto||Nawaki, Additional Voices|||
|2005||IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix||Johnny Lipkin|
|2006||Bleach||Horiuchi Hironari, Shū Kannogi|||
|2007||The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya||Kunikida|||
|2007||Mega Man Star Force||Claud Pincer|||
|2007||Digimon Data Squad||Keenan Crier|||
|2008||Blue Dragon||Shu's Friend|||
|2008||Gurren Lagann||Gimmy||As Brianne Brozey|||
|2008||Ghost Slayers Ayashi||Soya Ryudo|||
|2009||Naruto: Shippūden||Nawaki, Additional Voices|||
|2011||The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya||Kunikida||Ep. 7|||
|2011||Mix Master: Final Force||Tomo, Additional Voices||As Murray Blue|||
|2012||Blue Exorcist||Nemu Takara, Yōhei, Takara's Puppet||Also in Kyoto Saga|||
|2014||Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan: Demon Capital||Shokera|||
|2015||The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan||Kunikida|||
|1996-1997||Saban's Adventures of Oliver Twist||Artful Dodger, Additional Voices|||
|1997||The New Batman Adventures||50's Robin|||
|2004||Zentrix||Nick||As Brianne Siddall|||
|2005||The Return of Dogtanian||Philippe|||
|2012–15||Rachel & the TreeSchoolers||Simon||As Brianne Siddall for Ep. 1, as Murray Blue for others|||
|1984||Shadows Run Black||Girl at Police Counter|||
|1987||Lust for Freedom||Prison inmate||Also Assistant editor|||
|1989||The Wizard of Speed and Time|||
|1993||Mighty Morphin Power Rangers||Various characters|||
|2000–01||Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue||Impus|||
|2001||Power Rangers Time Force||Circuit|||
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DEVEN CHIERIGHINO and BRIANNE SIDDALL (who can be seen in our film as the last one electrified to the wiz-bike), married April 4, 1987
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Brianne Siddall (working under her male stage name Ian Hawk) gives a truly affected performance as Al, roughly equaling her Japanese counterpart Daisuke Namikawa.
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