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THE LEGENDARY DAWN MICHELLE BENNETT (born December 13, 1992, in Dallas) is a relative newcomer to the voice acting scene for Funimation. Despite being a newer face in the company, she's quickly racked up a prolific career, having been heard in several of the company's broadcast dubs in particular, with no signs of slowing down any time soon. She is probably best known as Sash Lilac in Freedom Planet and Kale/Kefla in Dragon Ball Super.

You can find her Twitter account here, and her Tumblr is here. Despite her last name, she is not related to fellow voice actor Jeff Bennett.


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Dawn M. Bennett and her works provide examples of:

  • Action Girl: The vast majority of her characters tend to be capable fighters.
  • But Not Too Foreign: She's Filipino-American.
  • Contralto of Danger: Some of her roles has Bennett deepen her vocals to add some menace or authority from her characters. The same case occurs when she's singing rock music.
  • I Don't Know Mortal Kombat: For a while, she admitted to not being very good at playing Lilac, the character she voiced in Freedom Planet. Thankfully, she got a lot better with many panel appearances with Galaxy Trail.
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": Despite her work as a voice actress in her own right, she confessed in a stream with Some Call Me Johnny that she has a hard time not fangirling with some of the veterans at Funimation.
  • Name's the Same: Dawn is often misattributed as the voice of Germaine in Neurotically Yours.
  • Nice Girl: Many of her characters tend to be sweet girls. She herself is very warm with her fans.
  • Old Shame: A downplayed example, but she's claimed that if there was anything about her work as Lilac she could re-record, it would be the character's screams when she was captured by Lord Brevon.
  • Promoted Fanboy: She grew up loving Dragon Ball during their youth, and even voiced a one-off role (Fairy C) during Super's early Funimation days. That being said, she also really likes the Incredible Hulk for the same amount of time. Once the Universe Survival Saga dub rolled around, she managed to snag up Kale, a role that combined both her interests into one. So much that she commissioned a convention art print combining both ideas into a Dragon Ball-inspired homage to Hulk's debut comic cover.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Timtams, courtesy of Edwyn Tiong.

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