"Sarah Williams' page are meant to be finished. Like tropes! ...Or tropers."Ready everyone? It's time to paint this trope page red!Sarah Williams is a voice actress who had debuted as Ayumi Tokita of Squid Girl. She next took a role as Peacock in the video game Skullgirls. Then she got an upper stage as Sayaka Miki in the English version of Puella Magi Madoka Magica which could be her breakout role to date. She then took Neptunia's Uni which doubles as a shared role with Eri Kitamura.Afterwards, she starts to differ further from Kitamura, which reveals a that she's crazy. Thus most of her roles later would be more like hyperactively crazy girl.Has a Twitter account.
Notable roles by Sarah Williams:
- AAA in Freedom Planet 2
- Angelic Buster, Hilla, and Young Empress Cygnus from MapleStory
- Ayumi Tokita in Squid Girl'
- Chihaya Mifune in Persona 5
- Echo from Mobius Final Fantasy
- Jinx the Loose Cannon from League of Legends
- Kali in Dragon Nest (NA version)
- Karin Miyoshi in Yuki Yuna Is a Hero
- Lizbeth in Sword Art Online
- Metallia, The Swamp Witch in The Witch and the Hundred Knight
- Miku and Shion Ozu in Coppelion
- Nonon Jakuzure in Kill la Kill
- Peacock in Skull Girls
- Saturndiva in TOME: Terrain of Magical Expertise
- Saya Sasamiya in The Asterisk War
- Sayaka Miki in Puella Magi Madoka Magica
- Sayu Hisanuma in Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea
- Shallotte Elminus in Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea
- Tifa Lockhart in Final Fantasy VII Machinabridged
- Uni in Neptunia and the anime adaptation
- Welsh Cocott in Mugen Souls
- Yuniko "Scarlet Rain" Kouzuki in Accel World
- Valbarossa Hawkeye in Raiden V
Tropes associated with Sarah Williams:
- Cute and Psycho: What Nonon, Peacock, Yuniko, Jinx and Abridged!Tifa have in common.
- Genki Girl: Many of the characters she voices tend to be very hyperactive, especially Jinx.
- Pigeonholed Voice Actor: Tends to play crazy girls. Probably because she is crazy.
- Woman of a Thousand Voices: Apart from sounding like Eri Kitamura, she has a wide vocal range as evidenced here.