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Marina Inoue (井上 麻里奈 Inoue Marina?, born January 20, 1985 in Tokyo, Japan) is a female seiyū and singer.[1] She is signed onto Sony Music Entertainment Japan's Aniplex division. As for voice acting career, she's employed by Sigma Seven. She is 162 cm tall and has AB-type blood.

Inoue made her debut as a voice actor and singer after she was chosen out of 2000 people from the "Gonna be a star" auditions (hosted by Sony Music Entertainment Japan) for the title role in the OVA Le Portrait de Petit Cossette.[2][3]

Filmography

Leading roles in bold.

Anime

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
  • Oniichan no Koto Nanka Zenzen Suki Janain Dakara ne!! (Iroha Tsuchiura)[4]

OVA

Video games

  • Persona 3 Portable (Female Protagonist)
  • Angel Profile (Teresa)
  • Arcana Heart 2 (Petra Johanna Lagerkvist)
  • Blue Dragon (Shu)
  • Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight! Kirakira Happy Festa (Mutsuki Uehara)
  • Getsumen To Heiki Mina -Futatsu no Project M- (Tsukuda Mina, Tsukishiro Mina)
  • Granado Espada (Japanese version) (Calypso/Calyce)
  • Hayate no Gotoku! Boku ga Romio de Romio ga Boku de (Wataru Tachibana)
  • Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals (Selan)
  • No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (Sylvia Christel)
  • Sorairo no Fūkin -Remix- (Floria)
  • So Ra No Wo To: Otome no Quintet (Kyrie Kuon)
  • Steal Princess (Anis)
  • Tales of Graces (Kohak Hearts, Kamenin, Dark Kamenin)
  • Tales of Hearts (Kohak Hearts)
  • Tales of VS. (Kohak Hearts)
  • Valkyrie of the Battlefield: Gallian Chronicles (Alicia Melchiot)


Audio recording

Singles

# Single information
1 "Hōseki" (宝石?)
2 Energy
3 "Beautiful Story" (ビューティフル・ストーリー)?)
  • Released: February 21, 2007
  • Theme song from: Getsumen To Heiki Mina
  • B-side: "Hen na Koi" (変な恋?)

Other Songs

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Nakagami, Yoshikatsu; Yoshida, Imoichi; Onitsuka, Kanako; Nishimoto; Keiko. "Voice Actress Spotlight: Marina Inoue". Newtype USA. 6 (9) pp. 142–143. September 2007. ISSN 1541-4817.
  2. "Marina Inoue: official website" [井上 麻里奈] (in Japanese). 2003. Retrieved July 15, 2010. 
  3. "Marinabi!" [マリナビ!] (in Japanese). Retrieved July 15, 2010. 
  4. "Comic High!" [コミックハイ!] (in Japanese). Retrieved November 3, 2010. 

External links

ar:مارينا إينوي ko:이노우에 마리나 ru:Иноуэ, Марина tl:Marina Inoue zh:井上麻里奈

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