Cherami Leigh Biography
(Actress & Voice Artist Who Has Provided Voices for a Number of English-Language Versions of Japanese Anime Series)
Birthday: July 19, 1988 (Cancer)
Born In: Dallas, Texas, United States
Cherami Leigh is an American actress and voice actress best known for providing voice for the English-language versions of a vast number of Japanese anime and video games. Her best known voice roles include Sailor Venus in 'Sailor Moon' (1992-97), Sae Kashiwagi in 'Peach Girl' (2005), Tamaki Kawazoe in 'Bamboo Blade' (2007-08), Patty Thompson in 'Soul Eater' (2008-09), Cecily Campbell in 'The Sacred Blacksmith' (2009), Lucy Heartfilia in 'Fairy Tail' (2009-19), Asuna Yuuki in 'Sword Art Online' (2012-19), Iris Heart in the 'Hyperdimension Neptunia' anime (2013) and video games, and Sarada Uchiha in 'Boruto: Naruto Next Generations' (2017-Present). She has worked with most major production companies in the industry, including Funimation, Viz Media, Bang Zoom! Entertainment, NYAV Post, and Studiopolis. She has also acted in films like 'Beyond the Farthest Star' and 'Not Cool', and on television series such as 'Throwing Stones', 'Bones', 'Longmire' and 'Shameless'. Because she does both voice work and on-camera roles, she has taken the extra steps to learn fencing, horseback riding, kickboxing, and more, to strengthen her position in the field. She settled in Los Angeles, California in 2013, even though she regularly travels to her home state of Texas primarily for her work with Funimation on 'simuldub' projects.