Luci Christian

Voice Actress

Luci Christian was born in Hamilton, Texas, United States on March 18th, 1973 and is the Voice Actress. At the age of 50, Luci Christian biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
March 18, 1973
United States
Place of Birth
Hamilton, Texas, United States
50 years old
Zodiac Sign
Film Actor, Screenwriter, Stage Actor, Voice Actor
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Louisiana State University, Angelo State University
Luci Christian Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Michael Bell ​(m. 2008)​
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Luci Christian Life

Louisa Michelle "Luci" Christian (born March 18, 1973) is an American voice actor and ADR script writer at Funimation and Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks.

She has performed many voices for English-language versions of Japanese anime series and films.

Personal life

Christian is married to Michael Bell. They have two children. Kevin Christian, her brother, was running for a seat in the Texas Legislature in 2006.


Luci Christian Career

Life and career

Christian grew up in Texas, where her parents, Mike and Barbara, were high school teachers. She competed in some local beauty pageants from the age of 3 to 9, then became involved in high school theater classes. She started out studying journalism but then moved to theatre when she was given a scholarship. She earned her bachelor's degree in Theatre from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, and her Master of Fine Arts in Theatre from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Her involvement in anime began in ADV Films in Houston, where she appeared in Those Who Hunted Elves, which required approximately three hours of studio time. She didn't hear back for some time until she was cast in Neo Ranga. She auditioned and gained her first acting role in Full Metal Panic, a few weeks after.

In Super Gals!

Ran Kotobuki plays a title character who is a fun-loving teenager in a family of police officers. Heno Awayuki, a teenage girl who ends up living with two stepsisters and becomes involved in a magical girl fantasy, appears in Prétear. In the school life comedy Azumanga Daioh, Yukari Tanizaki also starred. In 2006, she was featured in an IGN article titled "Babes of ADV Voice-Over"; a series of articles.

With Funimation in Dallas, Christian joined the voice actors who would regularly travel from Houston to record. Psiren and later as the recurring character Wrath appeared in Fullmetal Alchemist. In Funimation's Dub of Kodocha, actress Asako Kurumi appeared as a leader and Rico in the girls-with-guns drama Gunslinger Girl. In the school anime Negima, which is about a boy magician who teaches at an all-girls middle school, she played lead character Asuna Kagurazaka in 2006. Theron Martin of Anime News Network said she interpreted her role in a similar way to Kaname Chidori on Full Metal Panic. She also landed the lead role of Tenma Tsukamoto in the comedy School Rumble, voiced the support role of Hitomi Kashiwa in Welcome to the NHK, and spoke out for the youthful-looking Mitsukuni "Honey" Haninozuka in Ouran High School Host Club. Christian was chosen to play lead female navigator Nami after Funimation purchased the dubbing rights for the long-running One Piece anime series.

The American Anime Awards nominated her for Best Actress in a Comedy for her role in Princess Tutu, Negima, and Nerima Daikon Brothers in 2007, but she lost to Mary Elizabeth McGlynn and Debi Derryberry, respectively.

Kirino Chiba, the captain of a kendo team in Bamboo Blade and Lenalee Lee in the fantasy film D.Gray-man, appeared in 2009. Nagisa Furukawa, the name character in Birdy the Mighty Decode and Makina Hoshimura from Corpse Princess, appeared in 2010. Medusa was a character in the Soul Eater anime series, which was released on video in 2010 and then broadcast on Cartoon Network in 2013. Meryl Strife appeared in the English dub of anime feature film Trigun: Badlands Rumble in 2011. Nessa in Fractale, served as the narrator for kami-san and her Seven Companions and Kamisama Kiss, as well as Elsie's voiced companion in The World Only Knows in 2012. Marika Kato, a main character in Bodacious Space Pirates and Himeko Inaba's body-swapping anime series Kokoro Connect in 2013, she portrayed her main characters Marika Kato and Himeko Inaba. In 2016, she sang of Ochaco Uraraka in My Hero Academia. In Sentai Filmworks' English dub of Yuki Suetsu's manga series Chihayafuru, Christian voiced Chihaya Ayase. She appeared as Hestia in Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon during 2017. You'll be in bloom with Touko Nanami.


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