Stephanie Sheh

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Stephanie Sheh
41st Annie Awards, Stephanie Sheh, 2014.jpg
Stephanie Sheh at the 2014 Annie Awards
Born Stephanie Ru-Phan Sheh
(1977-04-10) April 10, 1977 (age 40)
Kalamazoo, Michigan, U.S.[1]
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
New York City, New York, U.S.
Nationality American
Other names Jennifer Sekiguchi, Laura Chyu, Tiffany Hsieh, Lulu Chiang
Alma mater University of California, Los Angeles
Occupation Voice actress, ADR director, writer, producer, singer
Years active 2001–present
Home town Northern California, U.S.

Stephanie Ru-Phan Sheh, who also goes by the alias Jennifer Sekiguchi, is an American voice actress, ADR writer, director, producer and singer.[2] She has worked for several major companies, including Cartoon Network and Sony. She is often involved with doing voice over work in anime, original animation, video games, dubbing, commercials, and TV shows. Her notable voice roles include Orihime Inoue in Bleach, Hinata Hyuga in Naruto, Eureka in Eureka Seven, and Mikuru Asahina in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.[2]


Sheh was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan and was raised in Northern California.[1] She spent much of her childhood in Taiwan, where half of her relatives still live, and speaks Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese.[3] She became interested in being an actress when she was in her early years in Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, California. While at the University of California, Los Angeles she was involved in anime clubs.[2] After graduating from UCLA, she took a job as a producer while she pursued her acting career. She got her training and studying on acting, voice acting, and improvisation in Second City Training Center, East West Players, Susan Blu Voiceover Workshop and UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. Stephanie has also recorded radio spots for United States Cellular Corporation.

Under the moniker of Jennifer Sekiguchi, she made her voice acting debut as Silky in I'm Gonna Be An Angel! in 2001. During that time, she worked at Synch-Point, which produced English dubs for anime, in which she produced the dub for I'm Gonna Be An Angel!, besides voicing Silky.[4] She was working with Studio Pierrot when she brought in Marc Handler to ADR direct and write for FLCL, which she played as one of the main characters, Mamimi.[5]

She would later land starring voice roles as Orihime Inoue in Bleach and Eureka in Eureka Seven. She also voiced supporting character Hinata Hyuga in the hit series Naruto in which her character had a major role in the storyline. The three shows have aired on Cartoon Network with varied success. She describes Hinata's issues with self-esteem as very relatable.[6]

Sheh has been involved in voicing characters in video games such as BioShock 2, Aion: The Tower of Eternity, True Crime: New York City, Devil May Cry 4, Grand Theft Auto V, and Resident Evil 5 as the current voice of Rebecca Chambers on the Resident Evil franchise. Beyond using her voice, Stephanie was flown by plane to Japan to provide the motion capture for the character Cereza in Sega's video game Bayonetta. She also voiced Finnel in Ar tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel, Mlle Blanche de Grace in BioShock 2 and Orihime Inoue in the Bleach series.

Sheh has appeared several times on G4's Attack of the Show! as "Tiny Olivia Munn". In 2012, she was a host in the 2011 Talk-Show TV series BPM: Beats Per Mnet.

In 2011, she formed the fundraising organization We Heart Japan in response to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.[7]

In 2013, she reprised the role of Eureka in Eureka Seven: Astral Ocean.

In July 2014, Viz Media revealed details behind its upcoming Sailor Moon Blu-ray release and the series' new dub cast at its panel at the 2014 Anime Expo in Los Angeles. Stephanie has been cast to voice Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon in Viz's redub of the first anime series,[8] as well as Crystal.



List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Crew Role, Notes Source[9]
2001 I'm Gonna Be An Angel! Silky, various Debut role
as Jennifer Sekiguchi in some episodes
2002 I My Me! Strawberry Eggs Fujio Himejima As Jennifer Sekiguchi [12]
2003 FLCL Mamimi Samejima, various As Jennifer Sekiguchi [10][11][12][13]
2004 Marmalade Boy Yayoi Takase, Chris As Jennifer Sekiguchi [12]
2005 Daphne in the Brilliant Blue Yukari Hanaoka, various As Lulu Chiang [14]
2005 Zatch Bell! Penny, Shion Hibiki   [11]
2005 Tenjho Tenge Aya Natsume As Tiffany Hsieh [15]
2005 Girls Bravo series Kirie Kojima As Lulu Chiang [14][16][17]
2005 DearS Natsuki Ikuhara As Jennifer Sekiguchi [12]
2005–09 Naruto Hinata Hyuga, Kin Tsuchi, Ibara, Naruto's Sexy Jutsu, various [11][13][18]
2005 Mars Daybreak Megumi Higashihara [11]
2005–06 Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo Haydee As Jennifer Sekiguchi [12]
2005–06 Immortal Grand Prix Bella DeMarco, Yuri Jin TV series [11]
2005 Samurai Champloo Koza Eps. "Misguided Miscreants (Part 1)"; "Misguided Miscreants (Part 2)"
As Jennifer Sekiguchi
2006–07 Haré+Guu series Guu As Jennifer Sekiguchi [19]
2006 Boys Be... Yumi Kazama As Jennifer Sekiguchi [20][21]
2006 Destiny of the Shrine Maiden Himeko Kurusugawa As Jennifer Sekiguchi [22]
2006–07 Eureka Seven Eureka   [11]
2006 Gun X Sword Wendy As Jennifer Sekiguchi [12]
2006 MÄR Daydream Fairy   [11]
2006–14 Bleach Orihime Inoue, others Also movies [11][13]
2006–07 Fate/stay night Illyasviel von Einzbern, News reporter As Jennifer Sekiguchi [12]
2007 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Mikuru Asahina [11]
2008 Lucky☆Star Akira Kogami   [11][18]
2008 Gurren Lagann Kinon Bachika   [23]
2010–14 Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Audrey Burne Also ADR director [24][25][26]
2010–17 Naruto Shippuden Hinata Hyuga, Rin Nohara, various    
2010–11 Eden of the East Micchon Also movies [18]
2011–12 K-On! Yui Hirasawa 2 TV series, and live-action promotional material [27][28]
2012–13 Blue Exorcist Kuro Also OVA [29]
2012–13 Tiger & Bunny Kriem   [30]
2013–14 Accel World Chiyuri Kurashima    
2013 K Neko   [31]
2013–15 Sword Art Online Yui    
2014–15 Knights of Sidonia Shizuka Hoshijiro As Alexi Shi [32][33]
2014–present Sailor Moon Usagi Tsukino / Sailor Moon Viz dub [8]
2014–15 Kill la Kill Nui Harime   [34][35]
2015 Magi: The Kingdom of Magic Scheherazade   [36]
2015 The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan Mikuru Asahina   [37]
2015 Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation Histoire, Abnes   [38]
2015 Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works Illyasviel von Einzbern   [39]
2015 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Suzi Q / Suzi Q Joestar  
2015–present Sailor Moon Crystal Usagi Tsukino / Sailor Moon   [40]
2015 Little Witch Academia Lotte Yanson, Jasminka Antonenko   [41][42]
2016 Your Lie in April Nagi Aiza [43]
2016 Cyborg 009 VS Devilman Françoise Arnoul / Cyborg 003 OVA series [44]
2016 Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy Mikan Tsumiki Despair Arc [45]
2016–17 Erased Kayo Hinazuki [46]
2016 Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement Kasuga   [47]
2017 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Lacus Clyne NYAV Post dub [48]
2018 Terraformars Nina Yuzik, Erica Nakanojo, Joyce, Rachel   [49]


List of voice performances in animation
Year Title Role Crew Role, Notes Source[9]
2008 Three Delivery Sue Yee   [18]
2011 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Mai Le Episode: "Dragon's Secret"  
2012 Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot Share, Secret, Laugh-a-Lot, Baby Tugs Bears   [18]
2012 DC Nation Shorts: Batman of Shanghai Catwoman   [50]
2012–14 Peter Rabbit Mrs. Rabbit    
2013–present Monster High Jane Boolittle, Jinafire Long   [18]
2013–14 The Legend of Korra Zhu Li Moon, Rohan, others   [18][51]
2013–present Ever After High Duchess Swan, White Queen    
2013 Friends: Dolphin Cruise Mrs. Stevens    
2014 Clarence Debbie, others Episode: "Clarence's Millions" [52]
2014 Judge Dredd: Superfiend Vienna   [53]
2015 Miles from Tomorrowland Po Po 2 episodes [18][54]
2015–present Star Darlings Vega, Piper
2015 Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Bond Kuro Episode: "Screama Donna"  
2015–present DC Super Hero Girls Katana   [55]
2015 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir Manon Chamack, others   [56]
2017 We Bare Bears Sayiuri Episode: "Summer Love"
2017 The Loud House Beatrix, Belle,and Beau Jr. Episode: "Future Tense"


List of voice performances in feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source[9]
2011 Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil Additional voices   [57]
2014 Ernest & Celestine Additional voices Limited Theatrical release [58]
2015 The Laws of the Universe Part 0 Natsumi Limited theatrical release [18]
2016 Only Yesterday Aiko Limited Theatrical release [59]
2017 Sailor Moon R: The Movie Sailor Moon Limited theatrical release [60]
2017 My Life as a Courgette Additional voices Limited theatrical release
2017 Your Name. Mitsuha Miyamizu ADR Director, Casting Director
Limited theatrical release
List of voice performances in direct-to-video and television films
Year Title Role Notes Source[9]
2005 Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventurers Minami Uehara    
2005 Street Fighter Alpha: Generations Sayaka    
2006 The Happy Cricket Little Christopher    
2008 Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom Flora    
2008 xxxHolic The Movie: A Midsummer Night's Dream Girl, Young Woman    
2011 Mia and the Migoo Girl on Bridge    
2011 Winx Club 3D: Magical Adventure Flora    
2011 Jungle Bunch: The Movie Ping    
2012 Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works Illyasviel von Einzbern    
2012 Blue Exorcist: The Movie Kuro    
2013 K-On! The Movie Yui Hirasawa [18]
2013 Khumba Cheerleader Zebra   [18]
2014 Patema Inverted Kaho Also ADR Director [63]
2014 Winx Club: The Mystery of the Abyss Flora    
2014 A Letter to Momo Ikuko Miyaura    
2014 Time of Eve Nagi    
2015 009 Re:Cyborg 001/Ivan Whisky   [18]
2016 Barbie: Spy Squad Renee   [18]
2016 Strike Witches: The Movie Gertrud Barkhorn [64]
2017 K: Missing Kings Neko [65]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Crew Role, Notes Source[9]
2004 Shadow Hearts: Covenant Anastasia   [18]
2004 Ape Escape: Pumped & Primed Helga    
2005 Radiata Stories Ridley Silverlake    
2006 Grandia III Alfina    
2006–present Naruto series Hinata Hyūga, Rin, Pain Chikushodo, others   [18]
2006 Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria Silmeria Valkyrie   [18]
2006 Tales of the Abyss Natalia    
2007 Eureka Seven Vol. 2: The New Vision Anemone, Eureka    
2007 Odin Sphere Mercedes    
2007 Project Sylpheed May Crichton as Stephanie Shea [66]
2007 Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Metis    
2007 Blue Dragon Paches Town Child, Sahlia    
2007 .hack//G.U. Vol.3//Redemption Aura, Tabby    
2007 Eternal Sonata Serenade   [18]
2007 Warriors Orochi Da Ji    
2007 Soul Nomad and the World Eaters Danette  
2007–11 Bleach series Orihime Inoue, Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck    
2007 Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles Rebecca Chambers   [67]
2008 Devil May Cry 4 Kyrie   [18]
2008 Summon Night: Twin Age Reiha    
2008 Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice Asuka Cranekick (Absence of Justice and Absence of Detention), Princess Sapphire (Absence of Detention Post Game)    
2008 Warriors Orochi 2 Da Ji    
2008 Star Ocean: First Departure Erys Jerand   [18][68]
2009 Resident Evil 5 Rebecca Chambers, Majini    
2009 Terminator Salvation Resistance Soldier   [18]
2009 Infamous Pedestrian    
2009 MagnaCarta 2 Celestine Roaa   [18]
2009 Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles Hannah    
2010 BioShock 2 Mlle Blanche de Grac   [18]
2010 Final Fantasy XIII Cocoon Inhabitants    
2010 Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes Kasuga    
2011–15 Hyperdimension Neptunia series Histoire, Abnes, Saori    
2011 Elsword Ariel Uncredited  
2011 The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Estelle Bright    
2011 Persona 2: Innocent Sin Lisa Silverman    
2012 Ninja Gaiden 3 Canna, Omitsu   [18]
2012 Diablo III Additional voices   [69]
2010 Trauma Team Tomoe Tachibana   [70]
2012 The Secret World Amitola "Ami" Dexter, Lisa Hui, Marianne Che    
2013 Anarchy Reigns Ai Rin, Fei Rin, Rin Rin, Stela Fitzgerald   [18]
2013 Fire Emblem Awakening Kjelle, Tharja   [18]
2013 Dynasty Warriors 8 Guan Yinping    
2013 Killer Is Dead A Girl (Moon River), Mika   [18]
2013 Grand Theft Auto V The Local Population    
2013 Disney Princess: Palace Pets Blossom, Peti, and Treasure   [18]
2013 Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl Frederica Irving    
2013 Sonic Lost World Zeena    
2014 Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star Casty Riernoit    
2014 Bravely Default Airy, Praline à la Mode    
2014 The Lego Movie Videogame Additional voices [71]
2014 Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Candice, additional voices   [72]
2014 Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Additional voices   [73]
2014 Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Mikan Tsumiki   [74]
2015 Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Additional voices   [75]
2015 Til Morning’s Light Erica   [76][77][78]
2015 BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend Mai Natsume    
2015 Persona 4: Dancing All Night Tamami Uesugi    
2015 Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance Liezerota    
2015 Stella Glow Popo    
2016 Fire Emblem Fates Beruka, Sophie, Rhajat    
2016 World of Final Fantasy Sherlotta   [18]
2016 Skylanders: Imaginators Ember   [79]
2016 Final Fantasy XV Additional voices [80]
2017 Digimon World: Next Order Shiki  
2017 Fire Emblem Heroes Tharja, Beruka, Rhajat [81]
List of motion capture performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source
2009 Bayonetta Cereza [82]



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Preceded by
Linda Ballantyne
Voice of Sailor Moon
Succeeded by