Erika Harlacher

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Erika Harlacher
Erika Harlacher.jpg
Harlacher in 2018
Born (1990-08-29) August 29, 1990 (age 30)
California, U.S.[1]
Alma materCalifornia State Polytechnic University, Pomona
OccupationVoice actress
Years active2011–present
Spouse(s)
Luke Stone
(m. 2020)
Websitewww.erikalynnharlacher.com

Erika Lynn Harlacher[2] (/ˈhɑːrlɑːkər/; born August 29, 1990)[3][4] is an American voice actress based in the Los Angeles area who has provided voices for English dubbed Japanese anime shows and video games. Some of her major roles in anime include: Ami Kawashima in Toradora!, Mimori Togo in Yuki Yuna is a Hero, Asseylum Vers Allusia in Aldnoah.Zero, Elizabeth Liones in The Seven Deadly Sins, Claudia Enfield in The Asterisk War, Ruler/Jeanne d'Arc in Fate/Apocrypha, Kurapika in Hunter × Hunter, Violet in Violet Evergarden, and Yumeko in Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler. In video games, she provides the voice of Kyoko Kirigiri and Kaede Akamatsu in the Danganronpa video game series, Sadira in Killer Instinct, Ayesha in Atelier Ayesha, Ann Takamaki in Persona 5 and Juna Crawford in The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III and IV.

Biography[edit]

Harlacher grew up in Camarillo, California, and started acting in school plays.[5][6] When she was around 9–10 years old, she was inspired by an interview by Christy Carlson Romano, who voiced the title character from Kim Possible, in which Romano said that with voice acting, you could go to work in your pajamas. Erika's mother responded that it was not a real job, and suggested Erika pursue acting only as a hobby.[7][8] Her first exposure to anime was through Dragon Ball Z and Pokémon, which she considered more like cartoons, and that she really got into manga and anime in school when Fruits Basket was being published in English.[4] At La Reina High School, she was active in the Speech and Mock Trial team,[5] which was noted statewide and even attended a national event.[9][10] She also competed on the school's diving team.[6][11][12]

After graduating high school in 2008,[13] she attended California State Polytechnic University, Pomona where she intended to major in graphic design.[7][14][15] During her freshman year, she looked up some online forums regarding voice-over and attended Anime Expo, where she learned about and attended an Adventures in Voice Acting workshop conducted by Tony Oliver.[5] On Oliver's suggestion that she was pretty good at it, she changed her major to theatre,[4][16] and continued to take voice acting lessons and workshops while studying at school. She also did a production internship at Bang Zoom! Entertainment where she got to sit in on some of the recording sessions.[7] Her first voice acting project was on K-On!, where she voiced Keiko Ida, among some other incidental characters.[5][17] Her first big voice-over role was for the Battleship video game, based on the 2012 movie of the same name, where she got to voice the main character, Grace Harland, among many veteran voice actors.[17] However, video game reviewers panned the game because none of the movie's actors reprised their roles in the game, and faulted the game's limited acting, which was relegated to mostly radio chatter and mission updates.[18][19][20] At one point in college, she had some health issues that led her to take an absence from school and acting, so she pursued production work, which her parents thought would make for a more practical career. She later dropped it as she was encouraged by Oliver to pursue acting and to finish school, eventually landing the lead role as Ayesha in the video game Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk.[7] She described Ayesha as a bit airheaded and ditsy but relatable and resembles her personality at times.[21] Video game reviewer Sean Madson of Diehardgamefan found the dub to be of decent quality, but said Ayesha "sounded a bit too obnoxious with her airheadedness."[22] Matt Sainsbury of Digitally Downloaded thought the dub was reasonable but disliked their American accents as not suiting the Japanese personality of the game.[23] Vince Ingenito of IGN wrote that "both the writing and voice acting fail to lend any weight to her plight. Ayesha seems about as upset over her missing sister as I might be over a glass of spilled milk, making it really hard to care about the outcome of her quest."[24] She also voiced Sadira, a spider-themed woman and new character to the Killer Instinct series.[25]

In 2014, Harlacher voiced Kyoko Kirigiri in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. She described Kyoko as the most calm among the wacky characters and always on top of things.[8] Video game reviewers thought the voice acting was okay.[26][27][28] In the same year, she voiced Blood Leopard in Accel World, who was similar to Kyoko's stoic disposition. In Sword Art Online, she voiced Sasha, whom she describes as being like a teacher/nun lady who is in charge of the kids who are lost in the game.[8][17] In the second season of Sword Art Online, she voiced Siune. She also began attending anime conventions as a guest panelist.[8][29] In voicing Dunya in the Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic series, She found her character to be not your average princess, and that she was fun because she was unpredictable.[5] Her biggest role that year was Ami Kawashima in the romantic comedy Toradora!, a classmate who harbors a mean and bratty personality behind a cheerful perfect-looking facade of a model.[30] As it was one of NIS America's first dub productions for anime,[31] She said they took a long time to call back from the audition, and that it also took more time than other studios in producing the dub for the show.[21][32] She describes Ami's character as trying to act like she knows what she's doing but does not really have it together, and also her lack of culinary talent.[21] LB Bryant of Japanator said that the Toradora dub release is a "must obtain" item and that "Ami Kawashima equals best girl."[31] Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers said the English dub cast did impressively well and those who only listen to the Japanese tracks would be missing out.[33] She also voiced Mako's mother, Sukuyo Mankanshoku in Kill la Kill, which later ran on Adult Swim's Toonami block in 2015.[7] She described the series as crazy, the Mankanshoku family as ridiculous, and that Sukuyo is very sweet by constantly providing everyone food.[4]

In 2015, Harlacher voiced Mimori Togo in Yuki Yuna is a Hero, one of the main heroines who are called to save their world by interacting in an alternate dimension where they have super powers. She described Togo as going through a lot of emotional stuff, which helped her expand her acting range.[21] Anime News Network reviewer Theron Martin said that the cast was "appropriately chosen for their roles in a vocal quality sense and handled the acting capably."[34] In the same year, she voiced main character Princess Asseylum Vers Allusia in Aldnoah.Zero as well as Elizabeth in The Seven Deadly Sins, both of which had English dub premieres on Netflix. She attended Sac-Anime in Sacramento, California; the panel she was on was regarded as one of the highlights of the convention.[35] Manga Entertainment listed Harlacher among their top 5 English voice actresses.[36] In 2016, she landed the voice role of main character Kurapika in the Viz Media English dub of the 2011 anime adaptation of Hunter x Hunter, which premiered on the Toonami block in April.[37] In 2017, she voiced Ann Takamaki, one of the core player characters in the video game Persona 5.[38] In that same year, she voiced Kaede Akamatsu in the game Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.

In 2018, Harlacher voiced main characters in two Netflix-streamed anime series: Violet in Violet Evergarden[39] and Yumeko Jabami in Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler. In the same year, she landed the role of main character Yugo in the third season of Wakfu: The Animated Series.[40] She also voiced Ondine in season 2 of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir.[41] In 2019, Harlacher starred as Sakura Yamauchi in the English dub of the feature anime film I Want to Eat Your Pancreas.[42][43][44]

Personal life[edit]

Harlacher lives in North Hollywood in the Los Angeles area.[45][46] In 2014, she started a Let's Play video channel on YouTube, where she plays through various games, some of which she has starred in, and others just for fun.[21][47][48] She has a younger sister Natalie.[49][50][51] She also owns two dogs.[52] On October 14, 2020, she married long-time boyfriend Luke Stone.[53][54] Her paternal grandfather, Ervin Harlacher, was the first president of Brookdale Community College.[55]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[45]
2011–13 K-On! Keiko Ida [5][56]
2011 Squid Girl Customer, Kozue Tanabe [57]
2013–14 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan: Demon Capital Wakana Nura, Natsumi Torii [25]
2013–14 Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne Haruka Uehara, Shoko Igarashi [58]
2013–15 Sword Art Online series Sasha, Siune
[59][60]
2013–14 Accel World Blood Leopard, Michiru Mita

Press[8]

2014–15 Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic series Dunya Mustasim Also Kingdom [5]
2014 Toradora! Ami Kawashima Also OVA [30][61]
2014–15 Kill la Kill Sukuyo Mankanshoku Also OVA [62][63]
2015 Yuki Yuna is a Hero Mimori Togo [14][34]
2015–16 Aldnoah.Zero Asseylum Vers Allusia [64][65]
2015–present The Seven Deadly Sins Elizabeth Liones [66]
2016 Love Live! Erena Todo [67][68]
2016 Your Lie in April Emi Igawa [69]
2016–17 Hunter × Hunter Kurapika 2011 series [37]
2016–17 The Asterisk War Claudia Enfield [70]
2016–17 God Eater Hibari Takeda [71]
2017 Dragon Ball Super Videl Bang Zoom! dub for Toonami Asia [72]
2017 Occultic;Nine Asuna Kisaki [73]
2017 Fate/Apocrypha Ruler / Joan of Arc [74]
2017 Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Sherry Polnareff [75]
2018 Violet Evergarden Violet Evergarden [76]
2018 Kakegurui Yumeko Jabami [77]
2018–present Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World Crusch Karsten [78]
2018 Skip Beat! Eiko Eps. 8–9 [79][80]
2018 Forest of Piano Sophie, Arisa [25]
2018 Megalo Box Yukiko Shirato [81][82]
2018 Back Street Girls: Gokudolls Aily [83]
2018 Lost Song Al Hawkray [84]
2019 Record of Grancrest War Marrine Kreische [85]
2019 Sailor Moon Taiki/Sailor Star Maker Studiopolis dub, Sailor Stars [86]
2019 Cells at Work! Immature Thymocyte [87]
2019 To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts Nancy Schaal Bancroft [88]
2019–present Fate/Grand Order - Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia Leonardo da Vinci [89]
2019 Teasing Master Takagi-san Yukari Amakawa Season 2 [90]
2020 Beyblade Burst Rise Dante Koryu [91]
2020 Magia Record Yachiyo Nanami [92]
2020 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Shinobu Kocho [93][94]
2020 Beastars Els [95]
2020 Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 Database AI, Hostess, others [25]
2020 The Misfit of Demon King Academy Izabella [96]
2020 The Idhun Chronicles Victoria [97][98]
2020 Persona 5: The Animation Ann Takamaki [99]


Film[edit]

List of voice performances in films
Year Title Role Notes Source[45]
2012 Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror Additional Voices Production assistant [100]
2018 The Seven Deadly Sins the Movie: Prisoners of the Sky Elizabeth Liones [101]
2019 I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Sakura Yamauchi Limited theatrical release [102][103][104]
2020 A Whisker Away Yoriko Fukase Netflix dub [25]
2020 Ni no Kuni Miki Midorikawa Netflix dub [25]
2020 Violet Evergarden: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll Violet Evergarden [25]
2020 Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna Menoa Belluci [105]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[45]
2012 Battleship Lt. Grace Harland [17][25]
2012 PlanetSide 2 VC1 Initiate Resume
2013 Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk Ayesha Altugle [7]
2013 Killer Instinct Sadira [25]
2014 Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Kyoko Kirigiri [8][106]
2014 Earth Defense Force 2025 Wing Diver Soldier B [107]
2014 Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Kyoko Kirigiri Resume
2014 Fairy Fencer F Harley, Marisa Also Advent Dark Force Resume
2014 D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die Olivia Jones [25]
2015 Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart Ryuka [4]
2015 Omega Quintet Momoka [56]
2016 The Technomancer Amelia Reacher [108][109][110]
2017 Persona 5 Ann Takamaki [111][38][110]
2018 Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Ann Takamaki [25]
2019 Yo-kai Watch 3 Hailey Anne, others [25]
2019 AI: The Somnium Files Aiba [112]
2019 Catherine: Full Body Ann Takamaki Persona 5 DLC [25]
2020 Persona 5 Royal Ann Takamaki [113]
2020 Final Fantasy VII Remake Kyrie Canaan [25]
2020 Genshin Impact Venti [114]
2020 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV Juna Crawford [25]
2020 Fire Emblem Heroes Guinivere [115]

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