Anime USA Welcomes Voice Actor, Stephanie Young

Aug 22nd 2013
One Piece, Casshern Sins, Fullmetal Alchemist voice actress to appear at Anime USA 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Aug. 22, 2013 — Anime USA announces the appearance of voice actress, Stephanie Young, at this year's convention on September 13–15, 2013. Young is an actress, singer, songwriter, and producer, jolting from one project to the next. As a voice actress, she developed a niche voice for bringing life into assertive female characters in the wonderful worlds of Japanese animation and video games. She is best known for her work as Nico Robin in One Piece, Olivier Armstrong in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Clare in Claymore, and many others.

Young has also worked as voice talent for numerous other anime series, such as:
Case Closed
Ghost Hunt
Hetalia: World Series
Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE
xxxHOLiC
Soul Eater

Young's latest game projects include the role of the Sheriff of Lynchwood in Borderlands II and the lead female singing vocals in Ms. Splosion Man. In Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley, Young portrayed the female vocalist in the “Brad” theme song, as well as the voice of the Viking vixen, Nordya. Young can also be heard singing theme songs for Dragon Ball GT, Negima!, One Piece, and as her character Oruha in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicles.

As a singer and songwriter, Young lends her signature vocals to the Dallas-based pop/jazz band, The Brehms. Young will be joining her husband, David Brehm, at Anime USA 2013! Hear Young and Brehm perform together as The Brehms live at Anime USA on Friday, September 13, 2013. For biographical information and photographs, please visit Anime USA's Voice Actor page at: http://animeusa.org/guests/voice-actors/

About Anime USA: Anime USA began in 1999 as a 3-day Japanese animation convention in northern Virginia. It was started by fans. In 2004, Anime USA formed a non-profit educational organization to host the convention. Anime USA's mission is to promote, as well as educate the public about Japanese arts and popular culture. As in the beginning, Anime USA remains a convention of Otaku, by Otaku, for Otaku. Anime USA is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit managed solely by a staff of volunteers.

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