Cindy Kirsten Robinson (born April 6, 1973) is an American actress born in Los Angeles, California. While sweet-voiced, expect her character to be capable of kicking copious amounts of asses. She's been married to fellow voice actor Christopher Corey Smith since April 2022.
She's capable of doing a Brooklyn accent, as Persona 4: Arena shows.
Her personal website can be found here.
Notable roles done by Cindy Robinson:
- Berserk: The Golden Age Arc: Slan (credited as Simone Montgomery)
- BlazBlue: Alter Memory: Makoto Nanaya and Gii
- Bleach: Miyako Shiba and Kukaku Shiba
- BNA: Brand New Animal: Barbara Rose
- Brigadoon: Marin and Melan: Lala
- Bungo Stray Dogs: Kouyou Ozaki
- Code Geass: Inoue and V.V.
- DEVILMAN crybaby: Sirene, Psychogenie
- Digimon Fusion: Laylamon (Lilithmon), Chibitortomon (ChibiKamemon), and Ewan (Yuu) Amano
- Dragon Pilot: Hisone and Masotan: Sada Hinomoto
- Glitter Force: Ikuyo Hoshizura/Emily's Mother
- Great Teacher Onizuka: Nagisa Nagase
- Green Green: Midori Chitose
- High Score Girl: Namie Yaguchi
- Hunter × Hunter (2011 version): Chimera Ant Queen
- Knights of Sidonia: Samari Ittan and Sasaki
- Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit: Balsa
- Naruto: Kushina Uzumaki, Samui, and Tsunami
- Paprika: Atsuko Chiba/Paprika
- The Prince of Tennis: Sakuno Ryuzaki
- Sailor Moon (Viz dub) and Sailor Moon Crystal: Queen Beryl and Berthier
- Sword Art Online: Alternative Gun Gale Online: Saki Nitobe / Eva / "Boss"
- The Testament of Sister New Devil: Kurumi Nonaka
- Tweeny Witches (Both the TV series and The Adventures): Sheila
- Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation: Melissa Herman
- BlazBlue: Makoto Nanaya and Gii
- Blue Dragon: Zola
- Bravely Default: Einheria the Valkyrie
- Code of Princess: Ali-Baba
- Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness: Female Laharl
- Dragon's Crown: The Amazon
- Drakengard 3: Mikhail
- Dynasty Warriors: Zhang Chunhua
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Astrid & Valerica
- Eternal Sonata: Solfege
- Fallout: New Vegas: Francine Garret
- Fallout 4: Gwen McNamara
- Fire Emblem: Awakening: Libra and Aversa
- Mass Effect 2: Detective Anaya
- Octopath Traveler: H'aanit
- Persona 4: Arena: Labrys & Shadow Labrys
- Puyo Puyo Tetris: O, Yu and Rei
- Sakuna Of Rice And Ruin: Lady Kamuhitsuki
- Samurai Warriors: Nouhime and Ginchiyo Tachibana
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice: Lady Butterfly
- Sonic the Hedgehog: Amy Rose
- Sonic Frontiers: THE END
- Stella Glow: Sakuya
- Street Fighter V: Kolin
- Tales of the Abyss: Legretta the Quick
- Valkyria Chronicles: Marina Wulfstan
- Virtue's Last Reward: Zero III
- Ever After High: Madeline Hatter
- Monster High: Jackson Jekyll, Holt Hyde, and Operetta
- Leap Frog: Leap
- Wakfu: Apragone and Dathura
Tropes associated with her characters
- Playing Against Type:
- She usually plays sweet-voiced characters, but Legretta in Tales of the Abyss is deep-voiced and very serious.
- In Sailor Moon, she plays the villainous Queen Beryl, once again using a deeper tone.
- Einheria in Bravely Default is also a serious warrior and has a deeper voice.
- H'annit from Octopath Traveler also a fairly serious character that has her using a deeper voice than usual.
- Being chosen to play Leap in the early Leapfrog videos probably takes the cake- she voiced an anthropomorphic frog in a Slice of Life Educational Direct to Video series- using a voice that's quite deep. Also, Cross-Dressing Voices. It's also one of her first regular voiceover works.