Haruna Ikezawa

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Haruna Ikezawa
Native name 池澤 春菜
Born (1975-12-15) December 15, 1975 (age 39)
Athens, Greece
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Voice actress
Agent Across Entertainment
Home town Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan[1]

Haruna Ikezawa (池澤 春菜 Ikezawa Haruna?, born December 15, 1975 in Athens, Greece) is a Japanese voice actress.[1] She was formerly affiliated with 81 Produce and Oscar Promotion,[2] but as of 2014, she is affiliated with Across Entertainment.[3] Her major roles in anime include: Gō Seiba in Bakusō Kyōdai Let's & Go!!, Haruna Hiroko in Hamtaro, Yoshino Shimazu in Maria-sama ga Miteru, Momoka Nishizawa in Sgt. Frog. In video games, she has voiced Athena Asamiya in King of Fighters since 1998, and voiced Coco Bandicoot in the PlayStation games for the Crash Bandicoot series.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Series Role Notes Source[3][4]
1995 Wedding Peach Bride, female student, others [5]
1995 Battle Skipper BSX-03 Mega Diver [5]
1996–98 Bakusō Kyōdai Let's & Go!! Gō Seiba [5]
1996 Beast Wars: Transformers Transmutate [5]
1997 Haunted Junction Hanako-chan Ep. 3 [5]
1997 Virus Buster Serge Mirei [5]
1997 Kindaichi Case Files Fumi Kindaichi
1997 Kyuumei Senshi Nanosaver Jin [5]
1997 Demon Fighter Kocho Enoki Kocho [5]
1997 Clamp School Detectives Nagisa Azuya
1997–98 Ninpen Manmaru Manmaru
1997 Hyper Speed GranDoll Haruna [5]
1998 Alice SOS Yukari Ashikawa [5]
1999 Dangaizer 3 Mitsurugi Youna [5]
1999–2000 The Big O Lola [5]
1999 Meltylancer the Animation Nana OVA [5]
1999 Zoku Zoku Mora no Obaketachi Guu [5]
2000 UFO Baby Christine Hanakomachi
2000–06 Hamtaro Hiroko Haruna [5]
2000 Hiwou War Chronicles Hana NHK-BS [5]
2001 Super GALS! Kotobuki Ran Miyu Yamazaki [6]
2002 Atashin'chi Yukarin
2002–03 Gravion Runa Gusuku
2003–04 Case Closed Guest characters (Kasumi Namihara, Ema Anzai)
2003 Zentorix
時突冒険記 ゼントリックス
NHK-BS
2003 Zatch Bell! Li-en
2004 Maria-sama ga Miteru Yoshino Shimazu [2][5][7]
2004–05 Futari wa Pretty Cure Porun Also Max Heart [2][5]
2004 Sgt. Frog Momoka Nishizawa [2][5]
2005 Doraemon Tsubasa Ito, Susie
2006 Gaiking: Legend of Daiku-Maryu Puroisuto
2006 Happy Lucky Bikkuriman Juujika Tenshi
2007 Jūsō Kikō Dancouga Nova Aoi Hidaka
2007 KimiKiss pure rouge Mao Mizusawa [5]
2008 GeGeGe no Kitarō Amabie
2009 One Piece Keimi
2012 Daily Lives of High School Boys Self-conscious woman
2013 Fantasista Doll Rin
2013 Phi Brain: Puzzle of God Regina third season
2014 Kenichi: Shaamu no Akiba Tanbo Shaamu 7th OVA [8]
  Crayon Shin-chan Sho Matsumoto


Anime films[edit]

List of voice performances in anime feature films
Year Series Role Notes Source[3][4]
1997 Bakusō Kyōdai Let's & Go!! WGP Bōsō Mini Yonku Dai Tsuiseki!
2001 Hamtaro: Hamuhamu's Land Adventure
とっとこハム太郎 ハムハムランド大冒険
2003 Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: Yakiniku Road of Honor
2003 Atashin'chi
2003 Hamtaro: Hamuhamu Grand Prix Aurora Valley Miracle
とっとこハム太郎 ハムハムグランプリ オーロラ谷の奇跡
2005 Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart the Movie Porun
2006 Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie Momoka Nishizawa
2007 Chō Gekijōban Keroro Gunsō 2: Shinkai no Princess de Arimasu! Momoka Nishizawa

Live-action voice-over[edit]

List of voice performances in live-action shows
Series Role Notes Source[3][4]
Arithmetic Sui Sui NHK, live-action TV voice-over
Friday Anime Museum
Hitori de Derikumon
Kirari
きらり
News Plus 1 Narrator News show
Tensai TV kun NHK, TV variety show voice-over

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Series Role Notes Source[3]
1995 Fighting Vipers
1995 Power Dolls 2 Melissa Rutherford PlayStation [5]
1996 True Love Story Amano Midori Playstation [5]
1996 Melty Lancer -Ginga Shoujo Keisatu 2086- Nana Sega Saturn [5]
1996 Lunar: Silver Star Story Jessica [5]
1997 Ayakashi Ninden Kunoichiban Ouka Shirase Playstation [5]
1997 Boys Be Hikaru Mizuhara PlayStation [5]
1997 Sparkling Feather Coral, Opal Feather PC FX [5]
1997 Voice Idol Maniacs Pool Bar Story Haruna Ikezawa Sega Saturn [5]
1997 Atelier Marie Marlone [5]
1997 B Senjou no Alice Alice PlayStation [5][9]
1997–2000 Crash Bandicoot series Coco Bandicoot PlayStation games:
Cortex Strikes Back
Warped
Crash Team Racing
Crash Bash
1997 Magical Drop III Lovers, Death NeoGeo [5]
1997 Wizard's Harmony 2 Rumina PlayStation, Sega Saturn [5]
1999 Meltylancer the 3rd planet Nana, others PlayStation [5]
1998–present The King of Fighters series Athena Asamiya starting with King of Fighters '98 [5]
1999 L no Kisetsu Rumine Suzushina PlayStation [5]
1998 Debut 21 Ryoko Hagiwara PlayStation [5]
1998 The Star Bowling DX PlayStation [5]
1998 The Star Bowling Vol. 2 Sega Saturn [5]
1998 Doki Doki On Air Nana Windows, Mac, PlayStation [5]
1998 Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go!! Eternal Wings Gou PlayStation [5]
1998 Mujintou Monogatari R Kirara Tachihara Win [5]
1999 Yuukyuu Gensoukyoku 3 Perpetual Blue Vircia Ducelle Dreamcast [5]
1999 Lord of Fist
2000 Memories Off 2nd Tsubame Minami
2000 Yuukyuu Kumikyoku Perpetual Suite -All Star Project- Vircia Ducelle PlayStation [5]
2001 Capcom vs. SNK 2 Athena Asamiya GameCube, PS2, Xbox [5]
2002 Moeyo Ken Kaoru Okita
2004–05 Zatch Bell! Li-en
2008 Super Robot Wars Z Runa Gusuku
2009 Kindaichi Case Files: Devil's Killing Navigation Fumi Kindaichi
2011 Tales of Xillia Teepo [10]
2011 2nd Super Robot Wars Z: Hakai Hen Aoi Hidaka, Runa Gusuku
2011 One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 New World Keimi
2012 SD Gundam Generation Over World
2014 Magica Wars Zanbatsu Amane Sakaki
2014 3rd Super Robot Wars Z: Time Prison chapter Aoi Hidaka

Drama CDs[edit]

List of voice performances in drama CDs
Series Role Notes Source[3]
Battle Skipper BSX-3
Bounty Sword Clayo
Chou Kousoku Gran Doll Haruna radio
Dangaizer 3 Mitsurugi Youna
Heian Mato Karakuri Kidan Seishou Nagon, Tentarou radio
Luna Silver Story Lunatic Festa Jessica
Marie no Atelier Malrone radio
Minna de tsukuru Yuukyuu CD!
Neko na Kankei Kisugi Megumi
Suehiro Shoutengai Pre-Drama CD -Prelude- Tsukishima Yasuko
Yuukyuu Gensoukyoku "Yuukyuu Ongakusai"
Yuukyuu Gensoukyoku 3 Perpetual Blue
Yuukyuu Kumikyoku All Star Project Vircia Ducelle

Other dubbing[edit]

List of voice performances in localizations of overseas shows and films
Series Role Notes Source[3]
The Borrowers
Home Alone
Home Alone 2
Malice
Ocean Girl
オーシャン・ガール
The Scout
Scream 2

Other media[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Ikezawa Haruna". Hitoshi Doi. Retrieved January 22, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c d Nakagami, Yoshikatsu; Yoshida, Moichi; Fujimoto, Makiko; Nishimoto, Keiko. "Haruna Ikezawa". Newtype USA. 7 (1) pp. 142–143. January 2008. ISSN 1541-4817
  3. ^ a b c d e f g "Haruna Ikezawa profile". Across Entertainment. Retrieved July 18, 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c "池澤春菜". oscarpro.co.jp. Archived from the original on 5 November 2010. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar Doi, Hitoshi. "Ikezawa Haruna roles". Hitoshi Doi's Seiyuu Database. Retrieved July 27, 2015. 
  6. ^ "Super Gals - Ep. 01 (D): The World's Greatest Gal ♥ Go, Go → Ran Kotobuki!". Super GALS! Kotobuki Ran. Episode 1 – via YouTube. 
  7. ^ "Maria-sama ga Miteru 4th Season Confirmed for TV". Anime News Network. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  8. ^ "7th KenIchi the Mightiest Disciple Video Anime's Promo Video, Cast Unveiled". Anime News Network. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  9. ^ "TYDY-2096 - B Senjou no Alice / Haruna Ikezawa - VGMdb". vgmdb.net. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  10. ^ Namco Tales Studio (September 8, 2011). "Tales of Xillia" (in Japanese). PlayStation 3. Namco Bandai Games. Scene: Closing credits. 
  11. ^ "Macne Nana Virtual Singer Offered to Mac Users". Anime News Network. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  12. ^ "Six Seiyū Cover 12 Rock/Punk Songs for CD Collection". Anime News Network. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 

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