Colleen Clinkenbeard Biography

(Voice Actress)

Birthday: April 13, 1980 (Aries)

Born In: Shreveport, Louisiana, United States

Colleen Clinkenbeard is an American voice actress, line producer, dubbing artist, and script writer. She is famous for providing the voices to English versions of several popular Japanese anime. She has voiced characters in several anime such as ‘Dragon Ball Z Kai’, and ‘One Piece’. She works for Funimation, an American entertainment company which is known for dubbing and distributing foreign content, mostly Japanese anime. Clinkenbeard was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, in the US. She worked as a stage actress initially before she got involved with Funimation. Her early works include the voice role of Rachel Moore in the English version of the detective anime ‘Case Closed’. Throughout her career, she became known for her work as a dubbing artist in several popular anime shows such as ‘One Piece’, ‘Ghost Hunt’, ‘Soul Eater’, ‘Tokyo Ghoul’, and ‘My Hero Academia’. She has also starred in animated films such as ‘Fairy Tale: Dragon Cry’, and ‘One Piece Film: Gold’.
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Also Known As: Colleen Smith Clinkenbeard

Age: 44 Years, 44 Year Old Females


Spouse/Ex-: Patric Carroll (m. 2012)

Born Country: United States

Voice Actors American Women

Height: 5'7" (170 cm), 5'7" Females

U.S. State: Louisiana

City: Shreveport, Louisiana

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education: Florida State University

Initially, Colleen Clinkenbeard used to work as a stage actress. However, it was fellow voice actress Laura Bailey, who brought her to Funimation studios. Her first works include ‘Dragon Ball GT’, and ‘Kiddy Grade’ in 2004. The same year, she started voicing for Rachel Moore, in the English version of the anime ‘Case Closed’. She continued voicing the character till 2009.
She next voiced Riza Hawkeye in the English version of the anime ‘Full Metal Alchemist’. She worked on the script as well. The anime is one of her best-known works. The most notable works in her career as a dubbing artist include her role of Monkey D Luffy, in the anime ‘One Piece’, her role of Young Gohan, in ‘Dragon Ball Z Kai’, Erza Scarlet in ‘Fairy Tail’, Momo Yaoyorozu in ‘My Hero Academia’ and Akito Sohma in ‘Fruits Basket’.
Apart from this, she has voiced in dozens of other anime as a dubbing artist. Some of her other works include ‘Gunslinger Girl’, ‘Samurai 7’, ‘Diamond Daydreams’, ‘ Beet the Vandel Buster’, ‘Murder Princess’, ‘Witchblade’, ‘Romeo × Juliet’, ‘Soul Eater’, ‘Deadman Wonderland’, ‘Death Parade,’ ‘Tokyo Ghoul’, ‘Sakura Quest’, ‘Black Clover’, ‘OverLord’, and ‘Fairy Gone’.
Her first work as a voice artist in an American animated series was seen in the 2018 web series ‘RWBY’. The series has received mostly positive reviews. In 2019, she had a voice role in another American animated series ‘Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart’.
Clinkenbeard has also provided voices for characters in several animated TV films and animated feature films, such as ‘Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound’ (2004), ‘Origin: Spirits of the Past’ (2007), ‘Wolf Children’ (2013), ‘Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F’, (2015), ‘Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry’, (2017), and ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ (2019).
She has also provided her voice for numerous video games such as ‘Orcs Must Die! ‘, ‘Borderlands 2’, and ‘Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z’.
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Family & Personal Life
Colleen Clinkenbeard was born on 13th April 1980, in Shreveport, Louisiana, in the US. Not much is known regarding her early life. She has one sister named Bonny, who also works at Funimation, as a scriptwriter. She graduated from the Florida State University.
She got married to Patric Carroll in 2012. The couple has one son named Rhodes, who was born in 2014.

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