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  • Megumi Hayashibara
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  • This is a fictuous filmography. For the real thing, click here
  • Megumi Hayashibara (ur. 30 marca 1967) – seiyū, która użyczyła głosu Himeko Nayotake w anime Czarodziejka z Księżyca. Jej inne znaczące role to m.in. Rei Ayanami w Neon Genesis Evangelion, Ai Haibara w Detektyw Conan, Ranma Saotome w Ranma ½, Faye Valentine w Cowboy Bebop, Lina Inverse w Slayers oraz Musashi/Jessie w Pokémon.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原 めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi?, born March 30, 1967) is a seiyū who voiced the female and childhood version of Ranma Saotome. She is a singer in her own right and has released numerous singles and several albums. Hayashibra's other lead roles include Lina Inverse from the Slayers series, Rei Ayanami from Neon Genesis Evangelion, and Faye Valentine from Cowboy Bebop.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原 めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi, born March 30, 1967) is a Japanese voice artist, singer, radio personality, and from lyricist Tokyo. She is a voice artist in Pokémon. She is also the voice of Ranma Saotome (female) in Ranma ½.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原 めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi) [urodzona 30 marca 1967 roku w Tokio, Japonia] - japońska aktorka głosowa, seiyu, piosenkarka, osobowość radiowa i autorka piosenek, aktywna od 1986 roku. Jej pseudonimy to: Megu-san, Megu-nee, Bara-san, Kakka (Excellency), and Daijin (Minister). Najbardziej znana z ról w Ranma ½, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Cowboy Bebop, Slayers, Case Closed, Pokémon, All Purpose Cultural Catgirl Nuku Nuku i Król Szamanów. Jest japońskim głosem Nicole w SatAM.
  • Megumi is one of the most prominent voice actresses in Japan, and her other roles include Ai Haibara in "Detective Conan", Pyocola Analogue III/Piyoko in "Di Gi Charat", female Ranma Saotome in "Ranma ½", Jessie/Musashi in "Pokémon", Lina Inverse in "Slayers", Rei Ayanami in "Neon Genesis Evangelion", and Faye Valentine in "Cowboy Bebop". She is also a very prominent singer in Japan, and has released a multitude of singles. Also, she is a licensed and qualified nurse.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原 めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi?) is a voice actress that affiliated to Woodpark Office.
  • Megumi Hayashibara(林原 めぐみHayashibara Megumi) (born March 30, 1967) is a Japanese seiyū, singer, radio personality, and lyricist from Tokyo. She is currently affiliated with Aksent. Her nicknames include: Megu-san, Megu-nee, Bara-san, Kakka, and Daijin. She is best known for her roles in Ranma ½ (as Ranma Saotome (female voice)), Neon Genesis Evangelion (as Rei Ayanami), Cowboy Bebop (as Faye Valentine), Slayers (as Lina Inverse), Detective Conan (as Ai Haibara), Pokémon (as Musashi/Jessie of Team Rocket), and Shaman King (as Anna Kyoyama). She is also a fully qualified and registered nurse.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi) is a Japanese voice actress, singer, and radio personality.
  • Megumi Hayashibara was born on March 30, 1967, in Tokyo, Japan. When she was a young girl, she loved to watch anime, and she was shocked to learn that adults provided the voices of the characters she believed were real. When she was a little older, she was one of 18 girls out of over 600 chosen by a talent agency, Arts Vision, to undergo training to become a voice actress. Despite her two-year training with Arts Vision, Hayashibara's parents were opposed to her prospective career; bowing to their pressure, Hayashibara enrolled in nursing school, and disliked it. She eventually saw a magazine article about a voice acting school that was recruiting students, and she made up her mind to quit nursing and become an actress.
  • Although a pop/rock performer of substantial fame and talent with an international following, this former nurse is probably best known in the United States for the hundred or more roles she's played in various anime and video games; reading her resume is like reading a history of the best in Japanese animation. Just to name a few of the characters she's voiced, she has been: As the seiyuu for girl-type Ranma in Ranma ½, she has been a part of the singing group DoCo, and has participated in other anime-related "supergroups" as well. Her American equivalent is Wendee Lee.
  • Megumi Hayashibara was born on March 30, 1967 in Tokyo, Japan. She studied at a Catholic school, and at one point was bullied in fifth grade. She was an active club member and participated in the Badminton, Biology, Broadcasting, Drama, and English clubs. She played the role of Alice in an English language production of Alice in Wonderland. Despite qualifying as a nurse, she has never been employed in a nursing position.
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Urodzony
  • 1967-03-30
Zdjęcie
  • Megumi Hayashibara.jpg
Lata
  • 1986
Zawód
  • Aktorka
  • seiyū, piosenkarka
Imię
  • Megumi Hayashibara
Obrazek
  • Megumi Hayashibara.jpg
Data urodzenia
  • 1967-03-30
Kanji/Kana
  • 林原めぐみ
kanji / kana
  • Hayashibara Megumi
  • 林原めぐみ
sm roles
  • Japanese anime:
  • Himeko Nayotake
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Birthplace
Birth Date
  • 1967-03-30
Date
  • 1967-03-30
Age
  • 47
Role
  • Nicole w SatAM
Spouse
  • Ari
  • Masaharu Amiya
Country
  • Japan
Name
  • Megumi Hayashibara
  • Hayashibara, Megumi
Romaji
  • Hayashibara Megumi
Małżonek
  • Masaharu Amiya
Dzieci
  • córka
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Birthdate
  • 1967-03-30
Language
  • Japanese
Years Active
  • 1986
Other Names
  • MEGUMI , Megu-san, Megu-nee, Bara-san, Kakka, Daijin
Birth Place
Title
  • Megumi Hayashibara
Place of Birth
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Character
Children
  • Daughter
Occupation
Miejsce urodzenia
  • Kita, Tokio, Japonia
ID
  • 886
  • 370677
  • 373300
Spouses
  • Masaharu Amiya
Website
Gender
  • Female
Born
  • --03-30
Date of Birth
  • 1967-03-30
Short Description
  • Singer, actor
Size
  • 220
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  • This is a fictuous filmography. For the real thing, click here
  • Megumi Hayashibara (ur. 30 marca 1967) – seiyū, która użyczyła głosu Himeko Nayotake w anime Czarodziejka z Księżyca. Jej inne znaczące role to m.in. Rei Ayanami w Neon Genesis Evangelion, Ai Haibara w Detektyw Conan, Ranma Saotome w Ranma ½, Faye Valentine w Cowboy Bebop, Lina Inverse w Slayers oraz Musashi/Jessie w Pokémon.
  • Megumi Hayashibara was born on March 30, 1967 in Tokyo, Japan. She studied at a Catholic school, and at one point was bullied in fifth grade. She was an active club member and participated in the Badminton, Biology, Broadcasting, Drama, and English clubs. She played the role of Alice in an English language production of Alice in Wonderland. Despite qualifying as a nurse, she has never been employed in a nursing position. On March 30, 1998, she married. On January 10, 2004, she announced on her radio show that she was pregnant with her first child. On June 28 of the same year, she gave birth to a daughter.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原 めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi?, born March 30, 1967) is a seiyū who voiced the female and childhood version of Ranma Saotome. She is a singer in her own right and has released numerous singles and several albums. Hayashibra's other lead roles include Lina Inverse from the Slayers series, Rei Ayanami from Neon Genesis Evangelion, and Faye Valentine from Cowboy Bebop.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原 めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi, born March 30, 1967) is a Japanese voice artist, singer, radio personality, and from lyricist Tokyo. She is a voice artist in Pokémon. She is also the voice of Ranma Saotome (female) in Ranma ½.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原 めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi) [urodzona 30 marca 1967 roku w Tokio, Japonia] - japońska aktorka głosowa, seiyu, piosenkarka, osobowość radiowa i autorka piosenek, aktywna od 1986 roku. Jej pseudonimy to: Megu-san, Megu-nee, Bara-san, Kakka (Excellency), and Daijin (Minister). Najbardziej znana z ról w Ranma ½, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Cowboy Bebop, Slayers, Case Closed, Pokémon, All Purpose Cultural Catgirl Nuku Nuku i Król Szamanów. Jest japońskim głosem Nicole w SatAM.
  • Megumi is one of the most prominent voice actresses in Japan, and her other roles include Ai Haibara in "Detective Conan", Pyocola Analogue III/Piyoko in "Di Gi Charat", female Ranma Saotome in "Ranma ½", Jessie/Musashi in "Pokémon", Lina Inverse in "Slayers", Rei Ayanami in "Neon Genesis Evangelion", and Faye Valentine in "Cowboy Bebop". She is also a very prominent singer in Japan, and has released a multitude of singles. Also, she is a licensed and qualified nurse.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原 めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi?) is a voice actress that affiliated to Woodpark Office.
  • Megumi Hayashibara was born on March 30, 1967, in Tokyo, Japan. When she was a young girl, she loved to watch anime, and she was shocked to learn that adults provided the voices of the characters she believed were real. When she was a little older, she was one of 18 girls out of over 600 chosen by a talent agency, Arts Vision, to undergo training to become a voice actress. Despite her two-year training with Arts Vision, Hayashibara's parents were opposed to her prospective career; bowing to their pressure, Hayashibara enrolled in nursing school, and disliked it. She eventually saw a magazine article about a voice acting school that was recruiting students, and she made up her mind to quit nursing and become an actress. Hayashibara's first anime role was that of a kindergartener heard off-screen in the first episode of Maison Ikkoku, and she later was credited as providing the voice for Yosuke Nanao. She then went on to provide hundreds, if not thousands of other voices. In addition to her voice acting career, Hayashibara is an accomplished singer, with fourteen solo albums released between 1991 and 2004. She also has hosted two radio talk and music shows, Tokyo Boogie Night (in Tokyo) and Megumi's Heartful Station (in Osaka). On March 30, 1998, on her 31st birthday, Hayashibara was married to a coworker she had been seeing for five years previous. On June 28, 2004, she had her first child, a girl.
  • Megumi Hayashibara(林原 めぐみHayashibara Megumi) (born March 30, 1967) is a Japanese seiyū, singer, radio personality, and lyricist from Tokyo. She is currently affiliated with Aksent. Her nicknames include: Megu-san, Megu-nee, Bara-san, Kakka, and Daijin. She is best known for her roles in Ranma ½ (as Ranma Saotome (female voice)), Neon Genesis Evangelion (as Rei Ayanami), Cowboy Bebop (as Faye Valentine), Slayers (as Lina Inverse), Detective Conan (as Ai Haibara), Pokémon (as Musashi/Jessie of Team Rocket), and Shaman King (as Anna Kyoyama). She is also a fully qualified and registered nurse.
  • Although a pop/rock performer of substantial fame and talent with an international following, this former nurse is probably best known in the United States for the hundred or more roles she's played in various anime and video games; reading her resume is like reading a history of the best in Japanese animation. Megumi Hayashibara was notably part of the wave of seiyuu, along with Hekiru Shiina and Mariko Kouda, who became popular in the 1990s due to the large amounts of money provided by recording companies and the more multi-media approach to stardom developed at that time. Her debut was playing several bit roles in the anime Maison Ikkoku which probably led to her role as girl-type Ranma ½. Just to name a few of the characters she's voiced, she has been: * Girl-type Ranma in Ranma ½ * Pai in 3x3 Eyes * Minky Momo in Magical Princess Minky Momo * Nuku-Nuku in All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku * Ai in Video Girl Ai * Momoko Sakurayama in Patlabor * Momiji Fujimiya in Blue Seed * Lina Inverse in Slayers * Rei Ayanami, Yui Ikari, Pen-Pen and the berserk EVA Unit 01 in Neon Genesis Evangelion * Achika in Tenchi Muyo in Love * Musashi (Jessie) in Pokémon...she also voices several of the Pokemon, including Bulbasaur, Mudkip, Chimchar's evolutionary line, and Snivy. * Lime in Saber Marionette J and its sequels * Tira Misu in Bakuretsu Hunters * Himeko Nayotake in the Sailor Moon S Movie * Canal in Lost Universe * Faye Valentine in Cowboy Bebop * Haruka Urashima in Love Hina * Megumi Amatsuka in Tenshi na Konamaiki * Paprika, a/k/a Dr. Atsuko Chiba, in Paprika * Ai Haibara from Detective Conan * Christina MacKenzie in Gundam 0080 * Elle Ragu in Shadow Skill * Aki Kisaragi in Tekkaman Blade * Blanc Neige in Shining Tears (Though replaced by Ayako Kawasumi in Shining Tears X Wind) * Patricia Hackman in Super Robot Wars F/Final * Shantotto in Dissidia Final Fantasy * Anna Kyouyama in Shaman King * Young Genkai in Yu Yu Hakusho * Arioch in Drakengard * Lemina Ausa in Lunar Eternal Blue * Hello Kitty * Maeda's Mother in Sakigake Cromartie Koukou. * Falzeb in Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh, Super Robot Wars GC and Super Robot Wars NEO * Maria Santos in Yarudora series vol.3: Sampaguita * Anna Kyoyama in Shaman King Any one of these roles would be a career-making milestone for a voice actress, but as a Woman Of A Thousand Voices, Hayashibara has had the talent and skill to win that kind of part again and again. She is such a major figure in anime that the character of Megumi Reinard in Martian Successor Nadesico was actually based on her, partly as parody and partly as tribute. She is arguably one of the few seiyuu who isn't set in a role. Her huge number of voice credits have invited comparision to Mel Blanc, June Foray, and Frank Welker in American Animation. When she has a part in an anime, she frequently performs its theme song; she is also in demand to record themes for other animes as well, such as "Treat or Goblins" from Abenobashi Mahou Shoutengai and the Achika version of "Alchemy of Love", the theme song for the Tenchi Universe film, Tenchi Muyo! in Love. As the seiyuu for girl-type Ranma in Ranma ½, she has been a part of the singing group DoCo, and has participated in other anime-related "supergroups" as well. She's even done Japanese dubbing for American animation, most notably as Batgirl/Barbara Gordon in Batman: The Animated Series, Diddy Kong in the Donkey Kong Country TV series, Sam Manson in Danny Phantom, Crysta in Fern Gully and Little Sneezer from Tiny Toon Adventures. She also authored (but didn't draw) the manga about her life biography, titled Megumi-Toon. A reasonably complete listing of her credits can be found on her page in the Internet Movie Database, here. Her American equivalent is Wendee Lee.
  • Megumi Hayashibara (林原めぐみ Hayashibara Megumi) is a Japanese voice actress, singer, and radio personality.
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