Creator / Mitsuki Saiga

Well, she's got quite a deep voice; as a result, she's normally cast in the roles of young boys or tomboyish women. In fact, she can pitch her voice so deep that it's almost impossible to tell it belongs to a female. Even her female roles tend to have deep voices. A certified Bifauxnen in Real Life as well; just check out the group shot she took with Mamoru Miyano, Aya Hirano and Hiroshi Kamiya at the 2nd Seiyu Awards.

Essentially is the Distaff Counterpart of Akira Ishida in terms of vocal range, though in terms of career path and typecasting, it goes to Kouki Miyata. Her western counterpart is Jennifer Hale, as many of their roles specialize in using a contralto voice.

Seems to be friends with Takahiro Sakurai in real life.

Notable roles by Mitsuki Saiga:

Tropes relating to Mitsuki Saiga:

  • Badass Baritone: A rare female example. She has a very deep voice, and her voice roles range from teen boys, to tomboys, to even adult males.
  • Bifauxnen: Not only is her voice masculine, but so is her appearance.
  • Contralto of Danger: Her forte.
  • Crossdressing Voices: Many of her characters are boys and sometimes even fully grown men. Sometimes is confused for this trope too, when voicing female characters with a particularly deep register.
  • Pigeonholed Voice Actor: Many of the characters she voices are either tomboyish women or boys.
  • Woman of a Thousand Voices: Thanks to her very deep voice, she can voice characters anywhere from tomboyish women, to boys, and even fully grown men.