Nami Miyahara

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Nami Miyahara
Native name 宮原 永海
Born (1978-01-24) January 24, 1978 (age 39)
Tokyo, Japan
Residence Vienna, Austria
  • Actress
  • voice actress
  • singer
Years active 1986–present
Employer Atomic Monkey
Musical career
Labels Dream Records

Nami Miyahara (宮原 永海 Miyahara Nami?, born January 24, 1978 in Tokyo), is an actress, voice actress and singer employed by Atomic Monkey.

Early life[edit]

When Miyahara was in junior high, she and her family moved to Austria, where she attended an international school and learned English.


Voice acting career[edit]

Miyahara began her voice acting career in 1997.

Musical career[edit]

Miyahara pursued a musical career alongside her voice acting works. Aside from performing image songs associated with some of the characters she voiced, she performs at open mics. She released her first indies album, titled REASON, in 2003. Miyahara also lent her vocals to some of Genki Rockets' songs as part of fictional space girl Lumi's image.

Miyahara was also a featured artist in one of FreeTEMPO's album.


Year Title Role Notes
1998 Mamotte Shugogetten Shouko Yamanobe
Yume no Crayon Oukoku Yukkutakku
St. Luminous Mission High School Irina Goinov
1999 Magic Users' Club Jurika Jinno
Ojamajo Doremi Masaru Yada
2000 Ojamajo Doremi # Masaru Yada
Digimon Adventure 02: Part I: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!! / Part 2: Supreme Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals Wallace First major role in theatrical film; also voiced the character in subsequent drama CDs
2001 Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi Momoko Asuka, Masaru Yada, Nini
2002 Ojamajo Doremi Dokka~n! Momoko Asuka, Masaru Yada, Nini
2005 Kouchuu Ouja Mushiking ~Mori no Tami no Densetsu~ Popo
2006 Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z Miyako Gōtokuji/Rolling Bubbles
2008 Casshern Sins Lyuze, Janice (singing voice) Provided the singing voice of Janice only.
Inazuma Eleven Yuuya Kogure
2009 Umi Monogatari ~Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto~ Utasha
Astro Boy Sludge
2010 So Ra No Wo To Aisha Aldola Performed in German (in-universe language of Roman Empire)
2011 Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Akari Tsukumo

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