Hekiru Shiina

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Hekiru Shiina
Native name 椎名 へきる
Born (1974-03-12) March 12, 1974 (age 42)
Higashikurume, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation
Years active 1991-present
Agent Arts Vision
Website www.hekiru-shiina.jp/ja/
Musical career
Genres J-pop, anison
Instruments Vocals
Labels Sony Music, Lantis

Hekiru Shiina (椎名 へきる Shiina Hekiru?, born March 12, 1974 in Higashikurume, Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actress and singer.[1] Shiina debuted as a singer at age 17 in 1991. Her first voice role was Tenshiko in K.O. Beast in 1992. Some of her major voice roles include Hikaru Shidou in Magic Knight Rayearth, Alpha in Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō, Ami Chono in Girls und Panzer, Tenjōin Katsura in YAT Anshin! Uchu Ryokou, and Celestia in Danganronpa: The Animation.[2] In video games, she provided the voice for famous Capcom mascot Mega Man in Mega Man: The Power Battle and Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters and Pastel in the TwinBee games.[2] Shiina is associated with Arts Vision, a major agency for talent in Tokyo, and was working under Sony Music Records, her record label until 2009, when she changed over to Lantis.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

Year Series Role Notes Source[3]
1992 K.O. Beast Tenshiko Debut anime voice role [4][5]
1993–95 Idol Defense Force Hummingbird Mina Toreishi [4][5]
1993–94 Tama and Friends series Momo [5]
1993 Sonic Soldier Borgman II: New Century 2058 Sara   [4]
1994 Plastic Little Elysse Aldo Mordish [4][5]
1994 Magical Princess Minky Momo Girl   [4][5]
1994–95 DNA² Kotomi Takanashi Also OAVs [4][5]
1994–97 Magic Knight Rayearth Hikaru Shidou Also Rayearth 2 and OAVs [4][5][2]
1995 Elementalors Asami [4][5]
1995 Megami Paradise Rurubell   [4]
1995 Miyuki-chan in Wonderland Woman at the door [4][5]
1995 Dirty Pair Flash Julian OVA ep. 3 [5]
1996 Sonic the Hedgehog Tails OVA [4][5]
1996 Shinesman Princess Shiina   [4]
1996–98 YAT Anshin! Uchū Ryokō Tenjōin Katsura Also Ryokou 2 [4][5][2]
1998 Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō Alpha   [4][5][2]
1998–2000 Sorcerous Stabber Orphen Dortin Also Revenge [4][5]
1998–99 Twinbee Paradise Pastel   [4][2]
1999; Eden's Bowy Elisiss / Seeda   [4][5]
2000 Invincible King Tri-Zenon Doumu Kai [5][4]
2002 Jing: King of Bandits Fino [5]
2003 Detective School Q Reika Kurita [5]
2006 Kemonozume Yuka Kamitsuki   [4][5]
2006 Tokimeki Memorial Only Love Haruka Wakatake   [4][5]
2008 Himitsu – Top Secret Jun Okina   [5]
2008 Hell Girl: Three Vessels Yamawaro   [5]
2010–present Seitokai Yakuindomo Nene Todoroki Also OVAs and second season [6][5][7][2]
2011 Un-Go Mitsuko Sasa Ep. 3 [5]
2012 Girls und Panzer Ami Chono   [5][2]
2013 Danganronpa: The Animation Celestia Ludenberg   [5][2]

Film[edit]

Year Series Role Notes Source[3]
1997 Kimba the White Lion Rukio [5]
2001 Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time Ruri [5]
2015 Girls und Panzer der Film Ami Chono [5]

Video games[edit]

Year Series Role Notes Source
1994 K.O. Beast Tenshiko PC Engine version [4][8]
1994 Advanced VG Masuda Chiho PC Engine, PlayStation versions [4]
1995 Magic Knight Rayearth Hikaru Shidou [4][5][7]
1994–98 TwinBee! games Pastel [4][5]
1996 Soul Edge ver II Seung Mina Arcade version [4]
1996 Langrisser III Rifani Sega Saturn version [4][5]
1996–97 Arc the Lad 2 Sania Also subsequent games [4][5]
1997 Castlevania: Symphony of the Night   [9]
1997 Game Tengoku Momoko Sega Saturn version [4]
2000 Orphen games Dortin PS1/PS2 [5]
2001 Invincible King Tri-Zenon Doumu Kai PS1/PS2 [5]
2010 Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Celestia Ludenberg Also Reload in 2013 [10][5]
2011 Dream Club Zero 遙華 Xbox 360 [5]
2012 Haganai Portable Karen Tenjotera
天条寺可憐
PSP [5]
2012–15 Gal*Gun games Haruno bud
春野つぼみ
PS3 [5]
2013 Hetalia: The Beautiful World Lissa [5]

Overseas dubbing[edit]

Series Role Notes Source[3]
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane Marlene    
Bend It Like Beckham Jess    
ER Meredith Season 15  
Mr. Vampire Sau    

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Year Title[11] Catalogue
Number
(Japan)
Oricon[12]
Peak
position
Weeks
charted
1994 Shiena Sony Music: SRCL-2939[13][14]
1995 Respiration SRCL-3196[15][16]
1995 No Make Girl SRCL-3338[17][18]
1996 With a Will SRCL-3738[19][20]
1998 Baby Blue Eyes SRCL-4179[21][22]
1998 Face to Face SRCL-4452[23][24]
2000 Right Beside You SRCL-4784[25][26]
2001 Precious Garden SRCL-4987[27][28]
2002 Sadistic Pink SRCL-5297, 5153[29][30]
2003 10 Carat SRCL-5542[31][32]
2004 Wings of Time SRCL-5975[33][34]
2005 Clear Sky SRCL-5925, 5923/4[35][36]
2007 Rockin' for Love SRCL-6489, 6497/8[37][38] 50 2
2009 Rock Rose Lantis: LACA-5947[39] 36 2
2010 For You LACA-15067[40] 91 2
2013 Ermitage LACA-15298[41] 55 1

Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions
Year Title[11] Catalogue
Number
(Japan)
Oricon[12]
Peak
position
Weeks
charted
2000 b-side you ~B-Side Collection~ Sony Music: SRCL-4785[42][43]
2008 Best! ~Single Collection~ SRCL-6774~5, 6771~3[44][45] 41 2
2011 Golden☆Best Hekiru Shiina ~On Animation & Game Soundtracks MHCL-1868[46][47] 122 1
2012 Hekiru Shiina single, coupling & backing tracks 1995-2000 MHCL-2190~2[48][49] 41 2

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Year Title[11] Catalogue
Number
(Japan)
Oricon[50] Album
Peak
position
Weeks
charted
2006 "Power Of Love/Reborn~On'na wa umarekawaru~" (Power Of Love/Reborn~女は生まれ変わる~?) Sony: SRCL-6274[51] 45 3  
2007 "Eternal Circle" SRCL-6471/2[52] 51 2  
2010 "Let Me Say YEAH!!!!" Lantis: LACM-4694[53] 57 2  
2010 "Ashitaninareba" (明日になれば?, To proceed with tomorrow) LACM-4726[54] 47 2  
2010 "Nagai Yume" (長い夢?, Long dream) LACM-4731[55] 55 2  
2011 "Smash Up!!" LACM-4802[56] 66 2  
2011 "Wonderful days" LACM-4891[57] 77 2  
2012 "Miracle Blue" LACM-4962[58] 76 2  
2012 "Se tsu na" (セ・ツ・ナ?) LACM-14043[59] 56 1  

References[edit]

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  57. ^ "wonderful days – 椎名へきる" [Wonderful Days – Hekiru Shiina]. Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved June 23, 2015. 
  58. ^ "Miracle Blue – 椎名へきる" [Miracle Blue – Hekiru Shiina]. Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved June 23, 2015. 
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