Luci Christian

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Luci Christian
Luci Christian 2019.jpg
Christian at the 2019 GalaxyCon Louisville
BornMarch 18, 1973
EducationLouisiana State University
Angelo State University
Occupation
  • Voice actress
  • ADR script writer
Years active1999–present[1]
Notable work
Spouse
Michael Bell
(m. 2008)
Children2[2]
RelativesKevin Christian (brother)[3]
Websitelucichristian.com

Louisa Michelle Christian[4] (born March 18, 1973) is an American voice actress and ADR script writer at Funimation and Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks. She has provided many voices for English versions of Japanese anime series and films.

Life and career[edit]

Christian grew up in Texas, where her parents, Mike and Barbara, were high school teachers.[3] From age 3 to 9, she participated in some local beauty pageants, and later got involved in theater programs in high school.[5] In college, she originally pursued journalism, but changed to theatre when she was offered a scholarship.[5] She got her bachelor's degree in Theatre from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, and her Master of Fine Arts in Theatre at the Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.[5]

Her involvement in anime starts in ADV Films in Houston where she had some bit parts in Those Who Hunt Elves that involved about three hours of studio time. She did not hear back for some time until she got cast in Neo Ranga.[1] A few weeks later, she auditioned and got her first starring role as Kaname Chidori in Full Metal Panic!.[1][5] In Super Gals! Ran Kotobuki, she voices the title character who is a fun-loving teenage gal in a family of police officers.[6] In Prétear, she voices main character Himeno Awayuki, a teenage girl who ends up living with two stepsisters and becomes involved in a magical girl fantasy.[7] She also voiced teacher Yukari Tanizaki in the school life comedy Azumanga Daioh.[8] In 2006, she was featured in a series of articles by IGN titled "Babes of ADV Voice-Over".[9]

Christian joined the voice actors who would regularly travel from Houston to record with Funimation in Dallas. She had supporting roles in Fullmetal Alchemist as guest character Psiren and later as the recurring character Wrath.[10] She voiced actress Asako Kurumi in Funimation's dub of Kodocha,[11] and a lead role as Rico in the girls-with-guns drama Gunslinger Girl.[10][12] In 2006, she voiced lead character Asuna Kagurazaka in the school anime Negima, which is about a boy magician who teaches at an all-girls middle school. Theron Martin of Anime News Network remarked that she interpreted her role much like Kaname Chidori on Full Metal Panic.[13] She also landed the lead role of Tenma Tsukamoto in the comedy School Rumble,[14] voiced the supporting role of Hitomi Kashiwa in Welcome to the NHK, and voiced the youthful-looking Mitsukuni "Honey" Haninozuka in Ouran High School Host Club.[15] After Funimation acquired the dubbing rights for the long-running One Piece anime series, Christian was selected to play its lead female navigator Nami.[16]

In 2007, the American Anime Awards nominated her for Best Actress for her work in Princess Tutu as the lead role of Ahiru, and Best Actress in a Comedy for her work in Desert Punk, Negima and Nerima Daikon Brothers, but lost to Mary Elizabeth McGlynn and Debi Derryberry, respectively.[17]

In 2009, she voiced Kirino Chiba, the captain of a kendo team in Bamboo Blade and Lenalee Lee in the fantasy series D.Gray-man. In 2010, she voiced as Nagisa Furukawa in the Clannad series, the title character in Birdy the Mighty Decode and Makina Hoshimura from Corpse Princess. She voiced Medusa in the Soul Eater anime series, which was released on video in 2010 and later broadcast on Cartoon Network in 2013. In 2011, she voiced Meryl Strife in the English dub of anime feature film Trigun: Badlands Rumble. In 2012, she voiced Nessa in Fractale, served as the narrator for Ōkami-san and her Seven Companions and Kamisama Kiss, and voiced companion devil Elsie in The World God Only Knows. In 2013, she voiced main characters Marika Kato in Bodacious Space Pirates,[18] and Himeko Inaba in the body-swapping anime series Kokoro Connect.[19] In 2016, she voiced Ochaco Uraraka in My Hero Academia.[20] Christian voiced Chihaya Ayase in Sentai Filmworks' English dub of the adaptation of Yuki Suetsugu's manga series Chihayafuru.[21] Also in 2017, she had starring heroine roles as Hestia in Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? and Touko Nanami in Bloom Into You.[22][23]

Personal life[edit]

Christian is married to Michael Bell. They have two daughters.[2] She has a brother, Kevin Christian, who ran for a seat in the Texas Legislature in 2006.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of English dubbing performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source
1998 Those Who Hunt Elves Colleena [1]
2003 Neo Ranga Takako Kedoin, Tokimi [1]
2003–2005, 2018 Full Metal Panic series Kaname Chidori Also Fumoffu, The Second Raid, and Invisible Victory [1][24][25][26]
2003 Super Gals Ran Kotobuki [6]
2003 Pretear Himeno Awayuki [7]
2004 Azumanga Daioh Yukari Tanizaki [8]
2004 Fullmetal Alchemist Wrath, Psiren [10]
2005 Princess Tutu Duck / Princess Tutu 2 seasons [1][27]
2005 Elfen Lied Mariko Kurama [28]
2005 Kodocha Asako Kurumi [11]
2005–2007 Gunslinger Girl Rico 2 seasons [10][12]
2005 Ghost Stories Misono, Shizuko, Nancee Grayce ADV dub [29]
2006–2008 Negima! Magister Negi Magi series Asuna Kagurazaka Also Negima?! and OVAs [13]
2006 Black Cat Young Train [30]
2007 Air Haruko Kamio Funimation dub [31]
2007–2008 School Rumble series Tenma Tsukamoto Also season 2 and OVAs [14]
2007 Welcome to the NHK Hitomi Kashiwa [32]
2007–present One Piece Nami Funimation dub [16]
2008 Ouran High School Host Club Mitsukuni "Honey" Haninozuka [15]
2009 Bamboo Blade Kirino Chiba [33]
2009–2010, 2016–2018 D.Gray-man series Lenalee Lee Also Hallow in 2018 [34][35]
2010 Soul Eater Medusa Gorgon [36]
2010–2011 Clannad series Nagisa Furukawa, Ushio Okazaki Also After Story and movie [37]
2010 Birdy the Mighty: Decode Birdy 2 seasons, ADV dub [38]
2010 Corpse Princess Makina Hoshimura [39]
2012–2015 The World God Only Knows series Elsie 3 seasons + OVAs [40]
2012 Black Butler II Alois Trancy [41]
2012 Ōkami-san and her Seven Companions Narrator [42]
2012 Infinite Stratos series Chifuyu Orimura, Madoka Orimura, Ran Gotanda 2 seasons + OVAs [43][44]
2012 The Legend of the Legendary Heroes Ferris Eris Also OVA [45]
2012 Cat Planet Cuties Antonia Morfenoss Sentai dub [46]
2012 Fractale Nessa [47]
2013 Bodacious Space Pirates Marika Kato Also film [18]
2013–2015 A Certain Scientific Railgun series Banri Edasaki 2 seasons [48]
2013 Appleseed XIII OVAs Deunan Knute Also Tartaros and Ouranos [49]
2013 AKB0048 Nagisa Motomiya [50]
2013 Campione! Shizuka Kusanagi [51]
2013 Kokoro Connect Himeko Inaba [19]
2014 Kill Me Baby Sonya [52]
2014 Kamisama Kiss Narrator [53][54]
2014 Problem Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren't They? Shiroyasha [55]
2014 Gatchaman Crowds PAI-Man [56]
2014 Log Horizon Minori [57]
2014 The Ambition of Oda Nobuna Himiko, Narrator [58]
2014 Rozen Maiden: Zurückspulen Shinku [59]
2014 Diabolik Lovers Beatrix/Laito (young) [60]
2015 Dog & Scissors Hami/Sarai [61]
2015 Maid Sama! Aoi Hyoudou [62]
2015 Beyond the Boundary Yayoi Kanbara [63]
2015 Parasyte Satomi Murano [64]
2015–2016 Chaika - The Coffin Princess Vivi Holopainen 2 seasons [65]
2016 Hanayamata Hana N. Fountainstand [66]
2016–present My Hero Academia series Ochaco Uraraka, Recovery Girl Replacing Juli Erickson in Season 2 due to retirement [20]
2016 Dennō Coil Kenichi "Haraken" Harakawa [67]
2016 My Love Story!! Nanako Yamazaki, Takeo Gouda (young) [68]
2017 Amagi Brilliant Park Sylphy, Chiba [69]
2017 Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Hestia [22]
2017 Sakura Quest Chikako Shinomiya [70]
2017 Chivalry of a Failed Knight Stella Vermillion [71]
2017 Samurai Warriors Yukimura Sanada (child) [29]
2017 School-Live! Yuuri Wakasa [72]
2017–present Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Yuki Yoshino [73]
2017 Ushio and Tora Akiyo Takatori, Mayko Inoue [74][75]
2017 Gate Sherry Tyueri [76]
2017 Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars Johann [77]
2017 Chihayafuru Chihaya Ayase 2 seasons [78]
2017 Squid Girl Chizuru Aizawa season 2 [79]
2017 Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto Aina Kuronuma [80]
2018 Tanaka-kun is Always Listless Echizen [81]
2018 Flip Flappers Cocona Kokomine [82]
2018 Devils' Line Tsukasa Taira [83]
2018 Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches Rika Saionji [84][85]
2018 Revue Starlight Nana Daiba [86]
2018 Armed Girl's Machiavellism Tsukuyo Inaba [87]
2018–2022 Made in Abyss Reg [88][89]
2018 Bloom Into You Touko Nanami [23]
2018 UQ Holder! Asuna [90]
2018 Dragon Ball Super Yurin Ep. "A Mysterious Beauty Appears! The Enigma of the Tien Shin-Style Dojo?" Tweet[91][self-published source?]
2018 Princess Principal Rita [92]
2019 Land of the Lustrous King Ventricosus [93]
2019 Just Because! Mio Natsume [94]
2019–2021 Fruits Basket Hiro Soma [29] [95]
2019 Mitsuboshi Colors Yui Akamatsu [96]
2019 Waiting in the Summer Rinon [97]
2019 Kase-san and Morning Glories Teacher [98]
2019 Domestic Girlfriend Miu Ashihara [99]
2019 My Romantic Comedy Snafu Too! Iroha Isshiki [29]
2019 Radiant Yggdrajill [100]
2020 Nekopara Azuki Ep. 1 [101]
2020 BanG Dream! Tae Hanazono Season 2 [102]
2020 After the Rain Akira Tachibana [103]
2020 My Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax Iroha Isshiki [29]
2020 The Pet Girl of Sakurasou Misaki Kamiigusa [104]
2020 The Demon Girl Next Door Anri Sata [105]
2020 Wasteful Days of High School Girls Akane "Wota" Kikuchi [106]
2020 The Millionaire Detective Balance: Unlimited Mahoro Saeki [107]
2020 Shirobako Mei, Noa, Poppy [108]
2021 Sakura Wars the Animation Hakushu Murasame [109]
2021 Sonny Boy Nozomi [110]
2021 Ranking of Kings Hiling [111]
2022 Kakegurui ×× Miyo Inbami Sentai Filmworks dub [112]
2022 Girls' Frontline Kalina [113]
2022 Shenmue Joy [114]
2022 Iroduku: The World in Colors Ruri Tsukishiro [115]
2022 Love Live! Superstar!! Kanon's Mother [116]

Animation[edit]

List of voice performances in animation
Year Title Role Notes Source
2018 RWBY Lil' Miss Malachite Vol. 6, Ep. 2 [117][118]
2022 Link Click Emma's Mom Chinese donghua; English dub [119]

Film[edit]

List of voice performances in film
Year Title Role Notes Source
2006 Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa Wrath   [120]
2008 One Piece - Movie: The Desert Princess and the Pirates - Adventures in Alabasta Nami   [121]
2008 Appleseed Ex Machina Deunan Knute   [122]
2009 Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike Rita Mordio   [29]
2011 Trigun: Badlands Rumble Meryl Strife   [123]
2012 Starship Troopers: Invasion Carmen Ibanez [29]
2013 One Piece Film: Strong World Nami   [citation needed]
2013 Colorful Pura Pura [124]
2014 One Piece Film: Z Nami   [citation needed]
2014 Appleseed Alpha Deunan Knute   [29]
2015 Beyond the Boundary -I’ll Be Here- Future Yayoi Kanbara   [citation needed]
2016 The Boy and the Beast Kyuta (young) [125]
2017 One Piece Film: Gold Nami Limited theatrical release [126]
2017 Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars Carmen Ibanez [29]
2017 Blade Runner Black Out 2022 Trixie Anime short film released in the lead-up to the release of Blade Runner 2049 [127][128]
2018 My Hero Academia: Two Heroes Ochaco Uraraka Limited theatrical release [29]
2019 One Piece: Stampede Nami Limited theatrical release [129]
2020 My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising Ochaco Uraraka Limited theatrical release [130]
2021 My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission Ochaco Uraraka [citation needed]
2021 Gintama: The Very Final Tama, Catherine [131]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source
2008 One Piece: Unlimited Adventure Nami
2011 Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi Hero (Childish)
2012 Borderlands 2 Una, Laney White [132][note 1]
2015 Dragon Ball Xenoverse Time Patroller
2016 Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Time Patroller [29]
2021 Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2 Leona Lucraft Game Released in 2018. English dub added in January 28, 2021, patch.
2022 Phantom Breaker: Omnia Cocoa [133]
2022 Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness Reg [134]

Other media[edit]

List of performances in other media
Year Title Role Notes Source
2009 Rock 'N Learn Penny Learn Math – Money & Making Change, voice role [135]
2013 Abel's Field Receptionist live-action film [136]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Christian was credited for Gaige in the manual. Anthony Burch has tweeted a correction.
    Anthony Burch [@reverendanthony] (October 5, 2012). "To everyone who is asking, Gaige is voiced by Cherami Leigh" (Tweet). Retrieved October 5, 2012 – via Twitter.

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