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Ami Koshimizu (小清水 亜美 Koshimizu Ami?, born February 15, 1986) is a female seiyū and is affiliated with Production Baobab management.[2] She was born in the city of Kokubunji in Tokyo Prefecture. Her blood type is AB, her height is 168 cm (about 5'6") and her weight is 48 kg.[3] She is a Seiyu award winning voice actress.

Summary

Career

  • She graduated from Aomori Yamada High School.[4] Due to her tall stature, she was often described as having model-like features by her classmates.
  • She was once part of the theatrical company, Gekidan Wakakusa before joining Production Baobab.
  • From her tenure in the Gekidan Wakakusa theatrical company, she was influenced by senior member Mayumi Iizuka to pursue her career as a seiyū.
  • She debuted as the voice of Nadja Applefield from Ashita no Nadja when she won an audition during her second year of high school.
  • She has been praised for her ability to voice roles ranging from taciturn to tsundere personalities.
  • In the first Seiyū Awards held on March 3, 2007, she won the award for best actress in a supporting role for her portrayal of Kallen Stadtfeld in Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion.
  • She is co-hosting the radio program Comchat Countdown with Takahiro Sakurai.

Personal

  • She often wears contact lenses for her vision, but would revert to using glasses when in private.
  • While recording, she has a habit of constantly switching the script between her left and right hand.
  • She is not particularly adept in her kanji and English. While recording for the Ashita no Nadja drama CDs, she mispronounced the kanji "横暴" from "oubou" (おうぼう) to the incorrect "yokobou" (よこぼう). She also did not understand the definition of the word "rise" from the similarly titled ending theme song she sang for AIKa R-16: Virgin Mission until she asked fellow seiyū Jun Fukuyama during the time spent recording for Code Geass. He gave her the metaphor of the word "rise" being used in "sunrise" to help her understand.
  • Mamiko Noto, Hitomi Nabatame, and Yui Horie have all jokingly made the comparison that the animal Ami most resembled was a mouse during their time spent recording for School Rumble.
  • After appearing in the commercial for the Code Geass video game, she liked her uniform from the fictional Ashford Academy she wore so much that staff members let her keep it.

Performance

Leading roles in bold.

TV anime

2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

OVA

Drama CD

Web anime

  • Kētai Shōjo (Ichiru Mishima)

Pachinko

  • Gokuraku Parodius (Akane)

Game

  • Another Century's Episode 3 (Anemone)
  • Another Century's Episode: R (Kallen Stadtfeld)
  • Record of Agarest War(Dyshana)
  • Ar tonelico II (Luca Truelywaath)
  • Agarest Senki Zero (Friedlinde)
  • Castlevania Judgment (Sypha Belnades)
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (Kallen Stadtfeld)
  • Dream ClubAmane / Misaki Shirogane
  • Elvandia Story (Emelia)
  • Finalist (Wakana Sakoi)
  • Futakoi series (Sumireko Ichijou)
    • Futakoi
    • Futakoi Koi to Mizugi no Survival
    • Futakoi Alternative: Koi to Shoujo to Machinegun
  • Gift -Prism- (Yukari Kamishiro)
  • Growlanser 6: Precarious World (Wendy)
  • Hakare na Haato -Dare ga Tame ni Kimi wa Aru? (Harune Moriizumi)
  • KimiKiss (Yumi Hoshino)
  • The King of Fighters series (Mai Shiranui)[6]
    • The King of Fighters XIII
    • The King of Fighters: SkyStage
  • Kētai Shōjo (Ichiru Mishima)
  • Lucky ☆ Star Moe Drill (Kagami Hiiragi)
  • My-Otome: Otome Butoushi!! (Nina Wáng)
  • Myself ; Yourself (Nanaka Yatsushiro)
  • Rockman ZX Advent (Ashe)
  • Persona 4 (Yukiko Amagi)
  • Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon (Misuto)
  • Sacred Blaze (Kiyora)
  • School Rumble series (Tenma Tsukamoto)
    • School Rumble: Nesan Jiken Desu!
    • School Rumble: Neru Musume wa Sodatsu
    • School Rumble Ni Gakki Kyōfu no (?) Natsu Gasshuku! Yōkan ni Yūrei arawareru!? Otakara o megutte Makkō Shōbu!!! no Maki
  • Separate Hearts (Hikari Hinata)
  • Tales of Legendia (Fenimore Xelhes, Thyra Welzes)
  • True Tears (Hikari Ogasawara)
  • Rune Factory Frontier (Mist)

Radio

Radio CD

Live

Theatre

  • Super Oshibai: School Rumble~ Osaru-san da yo, Harima-kun!~ (Tenma Tsukamoto)

Discography

DVD

  • Present, released March 22, 2006.

Singles

  • Sailing to the Future, released March 28, 2007.
    1. Sailing to the Future
    2. Rise
    3. Sailing to the Future (Instrumental)
    4. Rise (Instrumental)
    5. Pure Mind: Rune Mist Edition

Albums

  • Natural, released March 22, 2006.
    1. CIRCLE GAME
    2. CREAM
    3. ココロの深いトコロ
    4. scene11
    5. この恋は忘れない
    6. 約束
    7. MESSAGE
    8. Present
    9. SUPER GIRL
    10. dear friend♡
    11. SAKURA Fallen

Other

  • My-Otome Zwei Volume 2 Special Package CD New Theme Song - storm / Nina Wáng (Ami Koshimizu), released February 23, 2007.
    1. storm
    2. storm (off vocal)
    3. Nina & Mai Tokiha's Girlish "My-Otome Zwei Volume 2" Impressions With a Lot of Talking Special!!

References

External links

ar:أمي كوشيميزو ko:고시미즈 아미 id:Ami Koshimizu ru:Косимидзу, Ами zh:小清水亞美

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