Aya Hisakawa (久川 綾, Hisakawa Aya?) is a seiyū and J-pop singer born November 12, 1968 in Kaizuka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. In addition to releasing various solo CDs, she is well known for her anime voice roles, and has also done some work in video games. Hisakawa is currently affiliated with Aoni Production.
Mira Ackerman in Godannar
Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury in Sailor Moon
Cerberus (Kero) in Cardcaptor Sakura
Yuri Tsukikage/Cure Moonlight in Heartcatch Precure!
Yuki Sohma in Fruits Basket
Arimi Suzuki in Marmalade Boy
Retsu Unohana in Bleach
Miki Kaoru in Revolutionary Girl Utena
Yohko Mano in Devil Hunter Yohko
Akino in G Gundam
Becky Farrah in Gunsmith Cats
Layla B. Simmons in Idol Project
Skuld in Oh My Goddess!
Ichino Yanagida in Battle Athletes Victory
Haruko Kamio in Air
Amalla Suu in Love Hina
Minamo Kurosawa (“Nyamo”) in Azumanga Daioh
Yoko Nakajima in The Twelve Kingdoms
Chloe in Noir
Tarta in Magic Knight Rayearth
Maya Natsume in Tenjho Tenge
Rena Lanford in Star Ocean: The Second Story
Haruka Shitow in RahXephon
Limelda in Madlax
Rei in Beyblade
Arisa in All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku
Iria in Iria: Zeiram the Animation
Hinoto in X-TV
Rem Saverem in Trigun
Miyuki Haneda in 801 T.T.S. Airbats
Nanase Aasu in Puni Puni Poemi
Anne Anzai in Excel Saga
Yuko in Here is Greenwood
Chris in Villgust
Aya Isokawa in Free Talk Studio ~Mari no Kimama na O-Shaberi~
Chai Xianghua since Soul Calibur from Namco’s Soul Series Franchise.
Ryoko Balta in Tenchi Muyo! GXP
Taeko Sakurai in Kiteretsu Daihyakka
Tomoko Hoshina in ToHeart
Kuramori in Haibane Renmei
Nurse Sanada in G-On Riders
Goddess (7/Nana) in Loveless (manga)
Priscilla in Claymore
One of the five members of Peach Hips.
Edited by mzenken on 18 Dec 2011, 04:52
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