Colleen Clinkenbeard

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Colleen Clinkenbeard
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Colleen Clinkenbeard in 2011
Born Colleen Smith Clinkenbeard
(1980-04-13) April 13, 1980 (age 35)
Shreveport, Louisiana
Residence Flower Mound, Texas
Alma mater Florida State University
Occupation Voice actress, ADR director, ADR script writer, line producer
Years active 2004–present[1]
Agent Linda McAlister[2]
Spouse(s) Patric Carroll[3]
Children 1[4]

Colleen Smith Clinkenbeard (born April 13, 1980)[5] is an American voice actress, line producer, ADR director, and script writer at Funimation who provides the voices for a number of English versions of Japanese anime series, and video games.

Career[edit]

As a stage actress in Dallas, Clinkenbeard got involved in voice-over when fellow voice actress Laura Bailey brought her to Funimation for an audition.[6] Her first voice role was in Dragonball GT,[7] She landed starring roles of Rachel Moore in Case Closed and Éclair in Kiddy Grade. Midway through Kiddy Grade, director Justin Cook had her be the ADR director for the series. She would later direct along with Mike McFarland on Fullmetal Alchemist which came out in November 2004 on Cartoon Network.[6]

Clinkenbeard went on to provide the voices of Monkey D. Luffy in One Piece,[8] Moka Akashiya's inner personality in Rosario + Vampire, Erza Scarlet in Fairy Tail and Yuko Ichihara in xxxHolic. She is known for a wide vocal range, but most frequently plays strong-willed women, femmes fatales or young boys.

Personal life[edit]

Clinkenbeard and voice actress Laura Bailey were roommates while working at Funimation.[9] She married Patric Carroll; they have a son named Rhodes (born 2014).[3][4]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances and production work in anime
Year Series Voice role Crew role Notes Source[10]
2004 Case Closed Rachel Moore ADR Director   [11][12]
Dragon Ball Z Princess Snake   Funimation Remix version, Ep. 14  
2004 Fullmetal Alchemist Riza Hawkeye, Rosé Thomas ADR Director, ADR Script    
2004 Kiddy Grade Éclair ADR Director   [13]
2004 Spiral Suzuki   Eps. 5, 16 [14]
2005 Burst Angel Maria     [15]
2005 Gunslinger Girl Additional voices     [16]
2005 Kodocha Misako Kurata ADR Director and Script Writer   [17][18]
2005 Samurai 7 Kirara Mikumari ADR script writer   [19]
2005 Sakura Taisen: Ecole de Paris Glycine Bleumer ADR Director   [20]
2006 Basilisk: The Kōga Ninja Scrolls Hotarubi     [21]
2006 Diamond Daydreams Nurse Yuuki     [22]
2006 Moon Phase Kouhei's Mom Line Producer, ADR Director   [23]
2006 Negima! series Sakurako Shina, Shizuna Minamoto ADR Director, Line Producer both TV series and specials [24]
2006 Rumbling Hearts Mitsuki Hayase     [25]
2006 Shin-Chan Himawari "Hima" Nohara, Masao    
2006 Speed Grapher Kaoru Koganei     [26]
2006 Trinity Blood Esther Blanchett     [27]
2007 Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad Ishiguro Izumi    
2007 Beet the Vandel Buster Beet      
2007 Mushishi Setsu   Ep. 14 [28]
2007 One Piece Monkey D. Luffy, others   Funimation dub  
2007 Peach Girl Misao Aki     [citation needed]
2007 School Rumble Tae Anegasaki Line Producer Also 2nd semester and extra class [citation needed]
2007 SoltyRei Rose Anderson ADR script writer   [citation needed]
2007 Suzuka Yuuka Saotome     [citation needed]
2007 Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle Yuko Ichihara ADR Director, Line Producer   [29]
2007 Witchblade Reina Soho      
2008 Aquarion Hong Lihua/Reika ADR Director, Line Producer   [citation needed]
2008 Baldr Force EXE Resolution Lian     [citation needed]
2008 Black Blood Brothers Mimiko Katsuragi Line Producer   [citation needed]
2008 Claymore Galatea ADR Director, Line Producer   [30]
2008 Darker than Black Chiaki Shinoda     [citation needed]
2008 Ghost Hunt Ayako Matsuzaki     [citation needed]
2008 Kanon (2006 series) Mishio Amano     [citation needed]
2008 One Piece Movie: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta Monkey D. Luffy     [31]
2008 Ouran High School Host Club Éclair Tonnerre, Ritsu Kasanoda (Young)     [citation needed]
2008 Shuffle! Kareha Line Producer   [citation needed]
2008 Sasami: Magical Girls Club Mihoshi     [citation needed]
2008 Vexille Vexille     [citation needed]
2008 xxxHolic Yuko Ichihara Line Producer   [citation needed]
2009 Baccano! Nice Holystone     [citation needed]
2009 Bamboo Blade Maya Yokoo     [citation needed]
2009 Blassreiter Jil     [citation needed]
2009 D.Gray-man Miranda Lotto     [citation needed]
2009 Dragonaut: The Resonance Toa     [citation needed]
2009 Heroic Age Nilval Nephew Line Producer   [citation needed]
2009 Initial D Mako Sato Line Producer Funimation dub [citation needed]
2009 Kaze no Stigma Kirika Tachibana     [citation needed]
2009 Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple Kisara Nanjo ADR Director, Script, Line Producer [citation needed]
2009 Murder Princess Alita Forland     [citation needed]
2009 Nabari no Ou Yae Oda Line Producer   [citation needed]
2009 Rebuild of Evangelion series Ritsuko Akagi     [citation needed]
2009 Romeo × Juliet Cordelia     [32]
2009 Save Me! Lollipop Kuku     [citation needed]
2009 Sgt. Frog Mrs. Furbottom (Cat), Kumiko Watanabe ADR Director   [citation needed]
2009 Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry Mariette     [citation needed]
2009 The Tower of Druaga Ethana     [citation needed]
2010 Casshern Sins Liza   Ep. 5, 18 [citation needed]
2010 Corpse Princess Minai Ruo     [citation needed]
2010 Dragon Ball Kai Gohan, Goku (Young, DB Movie Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies), Android 18     [11]
2010 Eden of the East Asako Morimi     [citation needed]
2010 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Riza Hawkeye     [33]
2010 Rin ~Daughters of Mnemosyne Rin Asogi     [11]
2010–12 Sekirei Matsu   Also Pure Engagement and OVAs [11]
2010 Soul Eater Marie Mjolnir    
2011 Baka and Test Yoko Takahashi ADR Director, Line Producer   [citation needed]
2011 Black Butler series Angela ADR Director, Script, Line Producer   [citation needed]
2011 Chaos;Head Yua Kusunoki, Mia Kusunoki     [11][34]
2011 Chrome Shelled Regios Leerin Marfs Line Producer   [citation needed]
2011 Fairy Tail Erza Scarlet     [35]
2011 Ga-Rei: Zero Natsuki Kasuga   Ep. 1 [citation needed]
2011 Hero Tales Rinmei Shokan     [citation needed]
2011 Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom Claudia McCunnen     [citation needed]
2011 Rosario + Vampire series Moka Vamp     [36]
2011 The Sacred Blacksmith Francesca     [citation needed]
2011 Spice and Wolf II Diana Rubens Line Producer   [citation needed]
2011 Summer Wars Noriko Jinnouchi    
2011 Trigun: Badlands Rumble Amelia     [citation needed]
2012 Aria the Scarlet Ammo Jeanne d'Arc     [citation needed]
2012 Cat Planet Cuties Janes     [citation needed]
2012 Deadman Wonderland Makina Line Producer [citation needed]
2012 Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker Cassandra Pentaghast     [citation needed]
2012 Fafner: Dead Agressor: Heaven and Earth Kiyomi Kaname     [11]
2012 Fractale Megan ADR Director, Line Producer   [citation needed]
2012 Heaven's Lost Property: Forte Hiyori Kazane   Ep. 5 [citation needed]
2012 Hetalia World Series Chibi Romano, Monaco Cat     [citation needed]
2012 The Legend of the Legendary Heroes Noa Ehn Line Producer   [citation needed]
2012 Level E Luna=Mi=Mad・Magura     [citation needed]
2012 Ōkami-san and her Seven Companions Otsu Tsurugaya ADR Director, Line Producer   [citation needed]
2012 Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt Scanty ADR Director   [37]
2012 Princess Jellyfish Lina (Kuranosuke's Mother)     [citation needed]
2012 Shakugan no Shana series Margery Daw   Seasons 2-3, movie, and OVA [11][38]
2012 Shiki Ritsuko Kunihiro     [citation needed]
2012 Steins;Gate Coffee Shop Employee ADR Director, Line Producer   [39]
2012 Strike Witches 2 Hanna-Justina Marseille   Ep. 10, 12 [citation needed]
2013 A Certain Scientific Railgun Therestina Kihara Lifeline     [citation needed]
2013 Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero Listy ADR Director   [40]
2013 Aquarion Evol Suomi     [citation needed]
2013 Blood-C: The Last Dark Haruno Yanagi     [citation needed]
2013 Eureka Seven: AO Truth (Female Body) Line Producer   [citation needed]
2013 Future Diary Rea Amano (Yukiteru's Mother)     [citation needed]
2013 Good Luck Girl! Momiji     [citation needed]
2013 High School DxD Shueran, Shiro ADR Director, Line Producer   [41]
2013 Heaven's Lost Property the Movie: The Angeloid of Clockwork Hiyori Kazane     [citation needed]
2013 Is This a Zombie? of the Dead Eucliwood Hellscythe (Fantasy voice)   Eps. 7–9 [citation needed]
2013 Maken-ki! Kumi Amio   Ep. 5 [citation needed]
2013 Michiko and Hatchin Cinara   Ep. 12, 16 [citation needed]
2013 One Piece Film: Strong World Monkey D. Luffy     [citation needed]
2013 Sankarea Kaoru Saōji, Aya Morizono   Ep. 13, OVA [citation needed]
2013 Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar Flora Nanadan     [citation needed]
2013 Wolf Children Hana     [11]
2014 A Certain Scientific Railgun S Therestina Kihara Lifeline     [citation needed]
2014 Attack on Titan Mikasa's Mother (Ep. 6)     [citation needed]
2014 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Mai     [citation needed]
2014 Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo Ritsuko Akagi     [citation needed]
2014 Hetalia: The Beautiful World Chibi Romano     [citation needed]
2014 Kamisama Kiss Yonomori (Ep. 4)     [citation needed]
2014 Psycho-Pass series Risa Aoyanagi     [citation needed]
2014 Space Dandy Scarlet     [42]
2015 Rolling Girls Masami Utoku ADR Director   [43]
2015 Yurikuma Arashi Yurika Hatonaka     [44]
2015 Maria the Virgin Witch Viv     [citation needed]
2015 Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' Mai     [citation needed]
  Appleseed XIII   ADR Director, Line Producer   [citation needed]
2011 Guilty Crown   ADR Director, Line Producer   [citation needed]
  Birdy the Mighty: Decode series   Line Producer   [citation needed]
  Code: Breaker   ADR Director   [citation needed]
  Shin chan   Adaptation Eps. 3-4 [citation needed]
  Tokyo Ravens   ADR Director   [citation needed]
  Yona of the Dawn   ADR Director   [citation needed]

Direct-to-video and television films[edit]

List of voice performances and production work in direct-to-video and television films
Year Series Voice Role Crew Role Notes Source[10]
2006 Fullmetal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shamballa Riza Hawkeye, Rosé Thomas Line Producer    
  Shakugan no Shana The Movie   Line Producer   [38]
  Mass Effect: Paragon Lost   Casting Director    
2013 Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess Erza Scarlet Line Producer    
2014 One Piece: Film Z Monkey D. Luffy     [45]


Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[10]
  Æon Flux Sybil, Hostesses [11]
  Battle Zone Spokesperson
  BloodRayne 2 Minions
  Borderlands Lilith, Patricia Tannis [11]
2012 Borderlands 2 Lilith, Patricia Tannis   [11][46]
2014 Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! Lilith   [47]
  Case Closed: The Mirapolis Investigation Rachel Moore [11]
  Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley Mistress Ropes, Bradbot, Geisha Puppets, "I Love U" (Vocals)
  Dragon Ball series Gohan and Goku (Kid/Teen) (2011–present), Android 18 (2007; 2011–present), Agent Mai, Zangya [11]
  Fullmetal Alchemist series Riza Hawkeye
2009 Ghostbusters: The Video Game Additional Voice Talent[48]
  The Gunstringer Additional Voices
  One Piece: Unlimited Adventure Monkey D. Luffy
  Orcs Must Die! Sorceress [11]
  Orcs Must Die! 2 Sorceress [11]
  Smite Arachne, Ne Zha, Narrator Tutorial [11]
  Spikeout: Battle Street Linda
  The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct Scout, Kennedy, Walker [11]

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  4. ^ a b It wasn't the easy birth we planned, but it was definitely worth it. Rhodes Vandelow Carroll. Colleen Clinkenbeard on Twitter. September 14, 2014. Retrieved October 12, 2014.
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