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She's particularly active in {{anime}} dubbing, and regularly dubs Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/MorenaBaccarin and Creator/ScottieThompson on the live-action side. She also had a small role in ''Film/{{Femme Fatale|2002}}''.

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She's particularly active in {{anime}} dubbing, and regularly dubs the roles Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/MorenaBaccarin and Creator/ScottieThompson on the live-action side.a regular basis. She also had a small role in ''Film/{{Femme Fatale|2002}}''.


Her voice is known for her subtle mix of mild sultriness and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995 with the French dub of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''.

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Her voice is known for her subtle mix of mild sultriness and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995 with the French dub of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''.''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', in which she dubbed Misato Katsuragi.

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Her husband, Jean-Pascal Quilichini, is also a voice actor in his own right, as are her children, Clara and Victor Quilichini.


Her voice is known for her subtle mix of mild sultriness and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995.

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Her voice is known for her subtle mix of mild sultriness and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995.1995 with the French dub of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''.


* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'': Sylvanas Windrunner (since ''Legion'', and also in ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm''), Queen Azshara (''Battle for Azeroth''), Grand Magus Telestra (''Wrath of the Lich King''), Grand Astromancer Capernian (''The Burning Crusade'') and half of the female human [=NPCs=] since 2004.

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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'': Sylvanas Windrunner (since ''Legion'', and also in ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm''), Queen Azshara (''Battle for Azeroth''), Grand Magus Telestra (''Wrath of the Lich King''), Grand Astromancer Capernian (''The Burning Crusade'') and half of the female human [=NPCs=] since 2004.


* ''[[Franchise/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion]]'': Misato Katsuragi

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* ''[[Franchise/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion]]'': Misato KatsuragiKatsuragi.


Her voice is known for her subtle mix of mild sultriness and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995. She's particularly active in {{anime}} dubbing, and regularly dubs Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/MorenaBaccarin and Creator/ScottieThompson on the live-action side. She also had a small role in ''Film/{{Femme Fatale|2002}}''.

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Her voice is known for her subtle mix of mild sultriness and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995.

She's particularly active in {{anime}} dubbing, and regularly dubs Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/MorenaBaccarin and Creator/ScottieThompson on the live-action side. She also had a small role in ''Film/{{Femme Fatale|2002}}''.

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* ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'': Sister Teodora Contanto.


* ''Franchise/NeonGenesisEvangelion'': Misato Katsuragi (the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion original series]] - original and Netflix dubs - and films, as well as ''[[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Rebuild]]'').

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* ''Franchise/NeonGenesisEvangelion'': ''[[Franchise/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion]]'': Misato Katsuragi (the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion original series]] - original and Netflix dubs - and films, as well as ''[[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Rebuild]]'').Katsuragi
** ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''
** ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion''


Her voice is known for her subtle mix of sultriness and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995. She's particularly active in {{anime}} dubbing, and regularly dubs Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/MorenaBaccarin and Creator/ScottieThompson on the live-action side. She also had a small role in ''Film/{{Femme Fatale|2002}}''.

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Her voice is known for her subtle mix of mild sultriness and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995. She's particularly active in {{anime}} dubbing, and regularly dubs Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/MorenaBaccarin and Creator/ScottieThompson on the live-action side. She also had a small role in ''Film/{{Femme Fatale|2002}}''.


Her voice is known for her subtle mix of sultry and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995. She's particularly active in {{anime}} dubbing, and regularly dubs Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/MorenaBaccarin and Creator/ScottieThompson on the live-action side. She also had a small role in ''Film/{{Femme Fatale|2002}}''.

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Her voice is known for her subtle mix of sultry sultriness and authority. Her first dubbing work was none other than Music/{{Madonna}} in ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'' (1989), though her career in that field really took off in 1995. She's particularly active in {{anime}} dubbing, and regularly dubs Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter, Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/MorenaBaccarin and Creator/ScottieThompson on the live-action side. She also had a small role in ''Film/{{Femme Fatale|2002}}''.


* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'': Sylvanas Windrunner (since ''Legion'', and also in ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm''), Queen Azshara (''Battle for Azeroth''), Grand Astromancer Capernian (''The Burning Crusade''), Grand Magus Telestra (''Wrath of the Lich King'') and half of the female human [=NPCs=] since 2004.

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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'': Sylvanas Windrunner (since ''Legion'', and also in ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm''), Queen Azshara (''Battle for Azeroth''), Grand Magus Telestra (''Wrath of the Lich King''), Grand Astromancer Capernian (''The Burning Crusade''), Grand Magus Telestra (''Wrath of the Lich King'') Crusade'') and half of the female human [=NPCs=] since 2004.


* ''Series/ManMen'': Candace.

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* ''Series/ManMen'': ''Series/MadMen'': Candace.

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* ''Series/{{Firefly}}'': Inara Serra.
* ''Series/ManMen'': Candace.

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* ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind'': Kushana (second dub).


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** Jenoba in ''Legend of Crystania''.

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