Brittney Karbowski

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Brittney Karbowski
Brittney Karbowski at Anime Supercon (2542109574).jpg
Karbowski at the 2008 Anime Supercon
Born
Brittney Marie Karbowski

(1986-06-26) June 26, 1986 (age 33)[1]
Alma materUniversity of Houston
OccupationVoice actress
Years active2005–present[2]
Spouse(s)
Matthew Hernandez (m. 2013)
[3]
Children1

Brittney Marie Karbowski (born June 26, 1986)[1] is an American voice actress who has voiced in a number of English-language versions of Japanese anime series for ADV Films, Funimation and Sentai Filmworks, most notably Black Star in Soul Eater. She also voices as Wendy Marvell in Fairy Tail, Mikoto Misaka in A Certain Magical Index and its spinoff, A Certain Scientific Railgun, and Yuri Nakamura in Angel Beats!.

Career[edit]

Karbowski started her acting career in theater productions such as Little Shop of Horrors, Seussical, and Pirates of Penzance in Houston, Texas. She got into the anime business from a director contact when she played Janet in a local stage production of The Rocky Horror Show.[4] She voiced in Yumeria, Madlax and Hakugei: Legend of the Moby Dick. Her first leading role with ADV Films came in Gilgamesh where she played Fuko.[5][6] She attended University of Houston briefly where she majored in theater.[6] In 2006, she had starring voice roles as Himeko Katagiri in Pani Poni Dash and as Aoba Tsuzaki in Jinki: Extend.[6][7] In 2008, she voiced the lead heroine Ayu Tsukimiya in Kanon.

In 2007, she began voicing for Funimation with a starring role as Mai in Itsudatte My Santa! and as Apis in a One Piece storyline. In 2008, she had starring roles in ensemble casts as Anri Misugi in Sasami: Magical Girls Club, Ku Shiratori in Shattered Angels and Sia in Shuffle![7] In 2009, she voiced the lead role Nina Yamada in Save Me! Lollipop.[8]

In 2010, she landed the starring role of Black Star in the Funimation dub of Soul Eater, which was broadcast on Adult Swim in 2013. She also voiced Selim Bradley / Pride in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and Ryou Fujibayashi in Clannad. In 2011, she voiced starring characters including Ikaros in Heaven's Lost Property, Nanami Nishijo in Chaos;Head and Eve Neuschwanstein in Needless.

Karbowski continued to voice main characters in 2012 such as Yamada in B Gata H Kei: Yamada's First Time and Chizuru Yukimura in Hakuoki. In 2013, she played starring characters Rin Natsume in Little Busters!, Himiko in Btooom! and Manami Kinjou in Cat Planet Cuties.[9] In 2017, she voiced her first video game character as Pinkun in Akiba's Beat.[10][11]

Outside of voice acting, Karbowski has had roles in films such as Celie in Up & Down, Susie in Puncture and a backpack girl in The Starving Games. She was slated to be a lead character Zax in an upcoming sci-fi movie Code of Evil. She also starred in the 2014 horror film Atrocity.[12]

Personal life[edit]

Karbowski was briefly hospitalized with a broken neck in 2010 due to a car accident.[13]

She married Matthew Hernandez on October 11, 2013.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of dubbing performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[7]
2004 Chrono Crusade Sister Anna Eps. 14–26 Resume
2005 Madlax Nakhl [6]
2005 Gilgamesh Fuko Omuro [6]
2005 Yumeria Mone Press[6][14]
2006 Ghost Stories Mio Ep. 9 [15]
2007 Air Gear Reng Fa Press[14]
2006 Le Chevalier D'Eon Anna Rochefort Press[14]
2006 Jinki: Extend Aoba Tsuzaki [6]
2006 Pani Poni Dash! Himeko Katagiri Press[14]
2007 Kanon Ayu [16]
2007 Coyote Ragtime Show Franca Press[14]
2007 Hell Girl Minami Shibuya Press[14]
2007 Itsudatte My Santa! Mai [17]
2007 Mushishi Ito Tozawa Resume
2007 One Piece Apis, Klabautermann, Mousse, Yuki (Ep. 78, 270), others Funimation dub Press[14][18]
2007 Red Garden Rose Sheedy Press[18]
2007 Shin-Chan Ryuuko Funimation dub Resume
2007 Xenosaga: The Animation M.O.M.O Press[14]
2008 Best Student Council Mayura Ichikawa Resume
2008 Claymore Riful Press[14][18]
2008 Darker than Black Kiko Kayanuma [19]
2008 Ghost Hunt Thanat Eps. 12–13 [20]
2008 Kanon Ayu Tsukimiya 2006 series [9][14][21]
2008 Ouran High School Host Club Hinako Tsuwabuki Press[14]
2008 Sasami: Magical Girls Club Anri Misugi Press[14]
2008 Shattered Angels Ku Shiratori Resume
2008 Shuffle! Sia Resume
2008 Tokyo Majin Kyoko "Anko" Tohno Resume
2008 The Wallflower Laseine Resume
2009 Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple Kaede Tanimoto Resume
2009 Kiba Roya Resume
2009 Murder Princess Milano [22]
2009 Negima!? Anya Resume
2009 Save Me! Lollipop Nina Yamada Resume
2010 Clannad Ryou Fujibayashi Press[9]
2010–11 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Selim Bradley / Pride Press[9]
2010 Master of Martial Hearts Yu Daimonji Resume
2010 Sekirei Hikari [23]
2010 Soul Eater Black Star [24][25]
2011 Angel Beats! Yuri Nakamura Press[9]
2011 Blue Drop Tsubael Resume
2011 Chaos;Head Nanami [23]
2011 Heaven's Lost Property series Ikaros Press[9]
2011 Highschool of the Dead Alice Maresato Press[18]
2011 Maken-ki! Furan Takaki [26]
2011 Needless Eve Neuschwanstein Press[18]
2011 Night Raid 1931 Yukina Sonogi Resume
2011 Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom Cal "Drei" Devens Resume
2012 A Certain Magical Index Mikoto Misaka, Last Order, Misaka sisters [27][9]
2012 B Gata H Kei: Yamada's First Time Yamada [28][29]
2012 Campione! Athena [30]
2012 Ef: A Fairy Tale of the Two Kei Shindou [18]
2012–2019 Fairy Tail Wendy Marvell Press[9]
2012 Freezing Ingrid Bernstein [23]
2012 Hakuoki Chizuru Yukimura [23]
2012–14 Infinite Stratos Cecilia Alcott 2 seasons and OVAs [31][32]
2012 Is This a Zombie? Tomonori Second Season and OVA [33]
2012 Shakugan no Shana Ogata Second Season and Onwards [34]
2012 The World God Only Knows Kanon Nakagawa, Chihiro Kosaka (season 2) Press[9]
2013 A Certain Scientific Railgun Mikoto Misaka [35]
2013 AKB0048 Orine Aida [36]
2013 Another Yukari Sakuragi [37]
2013 Bodacious Space Pirates Mami Endo Press[9]
2013 Cat Planet Cuties Manami Kinjou Press[9]
2013 Dusk Maiden of Amnesia Momoe Okonogi [38]
2013 Hiiro no Kakera Kiyono Takara [39]
2013 Kokoro Connect Rina Yaegeshi [23]
2013 Maria Holic Dorm Supervisor "God" Also "Alive" [40]
2013 Phi Brain: Puzzle of God Ana Gram [41]
2013 Say I Love You (manga) Nagi Kurosawa [42]
2013 We Without Wings Ai [43]
2014 The Ambition of Oda Nobuna Takenake Hanbe [44]
2014 A Certain Scientific Railgun S Mikoto Misaka, Misaka sisters [35][45]
2014 Chaika - The Coffin Princess Chaika Bohdan [46]
2014 Attack on Titan Hitch Dreyse Also Attack on Titan: Junior High [47]
2014 Diabolik Lovers Christa, Young Kou Also Season 2 [48][49]
2014 Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya Mimi Katsura [50]
2014 Jormungand series Schokolade [51]
2014 Problem Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren't They? Kusakabe Yo [52]
2014 Psycho-Pass Chika Ep. 1 [53]
2014 Rozen Maiden Zurücksplen Suiseiseki [54]
2014 Upotte!! Ichiroku (M16A4) [55]
2015 Akame ga Kill! Aria [56]
2015 Beyond the Boundary Ai Shindo [57]
2015 Black Bullet Yuzuki Katagiri [58]
2015 Date A Live Kaguya Yamai [59]
2015 Leviathan: The Last Defense Jormungandr [60]
2015 Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions Sanae Dekomori [61]
2015 Dog & Scissors Maxi Akizuki [62]
2015 Magical Warfare Futaba Ida [63]
2015 Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse Inia Sestina [64]
2015–16 Parasyte Migi [65]
2015 Selector Infected WIXOSS Piruluk [66]
2016 Cross Ange Vivian [67]
2016 Dennō Coil Fumie Hashimoto [68]
2016 Shimoneta Otome Saotome [69]
2016 Hanayamata Sachiko Yamanoshita [23]
2016 Wizard Barristers Cecil Sudo [23]
2016 Monster Hunter Stories: Ride On Lute [23]
2016 Trinity Seven Selina Sherlock [70]
2017 Alice & Zoroku Asahi Hinagiri [71]
2017 Amagi Brilliant Park Shiina Chujo [72]
2017 Chaos;Child Nanami Nishijo (Ep. 1) [73]
2017 Chihayafuru Nayuta Amakusu/Nene Hayasaka [74][75]
2017 Classroom of the Elite Chiaki Matsushita [76]
2017 Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Hisako Arato [23]
2017 Gamers! Karen Tendō [77]
2017 Gate Lelei La Lalena [78]
2017 KanColle Sendai [23]
2017 Monster Musume Papi [79]
2017 Onigiri (video game) Ibaraki-doji [80]
2017 School-Live! Yuki Takeya [81]
2017 Space Patrol Luluco Luluco [23]
2017 Squid Girl Kiyomi Sakura Season 2 [82]
2017 Ushio and Tora Yu/Omamori/ Tokisaka/Lei Xia [83]
2017 WorldEnd Ithea-Myse-Valgulious [84]
2017 Tanaka-Kun is Always Listless Rino Tanaka [85]
2018 Angels of Death Eddie Ep. 2 [86]
2018 Anonymous Noise Young Yuzu [87]
2018 Armed Girl's Machiavellism Koharu Narukami [88]
2018 Bloom Into You Koyomi Kanou [89]
2018 Doreiku Machi Machiya [90]
2018 Dragon Ball Super Kusu Tweet[91]
2018 Flip Flappers Papika [92]
2018 Twin Princess of Wonder Planet Princess Fine
2018 Haikyu!! Hitoka Yachi Season 2 [93]
2018 Hitorijime My Hero Ryoko, Young Kensuke [94]
2018 Land of the Lustrous (TV series) Zircon [95]
2018 Made in Abyss Nanachi [96]
2018 Revue Starlight Karen Aijo [97]
2018 Scum's Wish Noriko [98]
2018 The Seven Heavenly Virtues Metatron [99]
2018 That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Rimuru Tempest [100]
2018 UQ Holder! Tota [101]
2019 A Certain Scientific Accelerator Last Order, Misaka sisters [102]
2019 Boogiepop and Others Rika [103]
2019 My Hero Academia Camie Utsushimi
2019 Ensemble Stars! Hajime Shino [104]
2019 Hakumei and Mikochi Hakumei [105]
2019 Just Because! Ena [106]
2019 Kämpfer Akane Mishima [107]
2019 Love Stage!! Kasumi Shino/Gaga-Ruru [108]
2019 Mitsuboshi Colors Kotoha [60]
2019 Waiting in the Summer Remon Yamano [109]
2019 Assassins Pride Melida Angel [110]
2019 Ahiru no Sora Sora Kurumatani (young) [111]
2019 To Love Ru Mikan [112]
2019 O Maidens in Your Savage Season Kazusa Onodera [113]
2020 Sorcerous Stabber Orphen Volkan [114]

Film[edit]

List of voice and dubbing performances in direct-to-video, feature and television films
Year Title Role Notes Source
2010 Halo Legends Sister Segment: "Odd One Out" Resume
2011 Summer Wars Yuhei Jinnouchi [115]
2012 Gintama: The Movie Tetsuko Murata, Kyubei Yagyu [23]
2013 Colorful Shoko Sano [116]
2016 The Boy and the Beast Jirōmaru (Young) [117]


Video games[edit]

List of voice and dubbing performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[7]
2017 Akiba's Beat Pinkun [10][11]

Live-action[edit]

List of acting performances in film and television
Year Title Role Notes Refs[7]
2011 Puncture Susie Resume
2013 The Starving Games Backpack Girl [118]

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