遠藤 綾。 遠藤綾とは (エンドウアヤとは) [単語記事]

She wanted to do plays, but did not want to act in love scenes, and she was not allowed to graduate as a result, so Nozawa decided to make plays without love scenes. She enrolled in the Performing Arts Center, the training school of her current agency led by , and graduated after repeating a year. Archived from on August 7, 2018. After 's death, she became the official Japanese dub voice of , and has taken over many of Mizutani's other roles. Voice Artist Database in Japanese. Check mark indicates role has been confirmed using screenshots of closing credits and other reliable sources. She enrolled in the Performing Arts Center, the training school of her current agency led by , and graduated after repeating a year. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. Archived from on March 26, 2012. In the internet radio program Plume Monogatari, she formed the voice acting unit "Plume" with Manabi Mizuno and , but it is currently inactive. The Chihaya Ayase role, the dedicated high school student, will be Asami Seto! The Chihaya Ayase role, the dedicated high school student, will be Asami Seto! Archived from on May 15, 2014. Archived from on July 10, 2017. Also responsible for the ending theme. When she was in the training school, she was not good at theater, and according to Nozawa, she once said that she hated theater. Her first regular TV anime role was as Kasumi Horiguchi in in 2005, and since gaining recognition as Miyuki Takara in in 2007, she has played Sheryl Nome in and Angelique in in 2008. Hitoshi Doi's Seiyuu Database. Endō won the theme song award Radio Kansai Award at the 12th for Motteke! Archived from on July 10, 2017. In addition, since she originally wanted to be a voice actor, the principal's words about being an actor before being a voice actor weighed heavily on those around him, and when the class and the school were asked who wanted to be a voice actor, Endō was the only one who raised her hand. In addition, since she originally wanted to be a voice actor, the principal's words about being an actor before being a voice actor weighed heavily on those around him, and when the class and the school were asked who wanted to be a voice actor, Endō was the only one who raised her hand. Archived from on March 26, 2012. Sailor Fuku, the opening theme song for the TV animation Lucky Star, and in 2008, she won the Best Singing award at the together with , and. On August 8, 2013, Endō reported her marriage on her blog. Archived from on May 15, 2014. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. In the internet radio program Plume Monogatari, she formed the voice acting unit "Plume" with Manabi Mizuno and , but it is currently inactive. Endō won the theme song award Radio Kansai Award at the 12th for Motteke! Hitoshi Doi's Seiyuu Database. On August 8, 2013, Endō reported her marriage on her blog. Voice Artist Database in Japanese. Sailor Fuku, the opening theme song for the TV animation Lucky Star, and in 2008, she won the Best Singing award at the together with , and. Also responsible for the ending theme. After 's death, she became the official Japanese dub voice of , and has taken over many of Mizutani's other roles. She wanted to do plays, but did not want to act in love scenes, and she was not allowed to graduate as a result, so Nozawa decided to make plays without love scenes. In 2009, she won the Best Supporting Actress award at the. Check mark indicates role has been confirmed using screenshots of closing credits and other reliable sources. She said that the reason she decided to go to the training school was because her parents knew Nozawa and thought he would be a safe option. Her first regular TV anime role was as Kasumi Horiguchi in in 2005, and since gaining recognition as Miyuki Takara in in 2007, she has played Sheryl Nome in and Angelique in in 2008. She said that the reason she decided to go to the training school was because her parents knew Nozawa and thought he would be a safe option. When she was in the training school, she was not good at theater, and according to Nozawa, she once said that she hated theater. Archived from on August 7, 2018. In 2009, she won the Best Supporting Actress award at the.。

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