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Creator / Yui Horie

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Yui Horie (born September 20, 1976) is a veteran Japanese voice actress and singer. As a versatile seiyuu, she can play varied roles, from cutesy Hanyuu to Tsundere Naru.

She is also a popular singer and has released several albums from 2000 onwards. She is oftentimes chosen to sing the opening theme, ending theme, and/or an insert song in an anime she stars in.

Between the late 2000's and the early New-10's, her roles temporarily "cooled down", and during that time she has been taking supporting roles with substantially deeper and less genki voices as opposed to playing the spotlight as the heroine. In the mid 2010's, however, her resume sudden floods with sweet and caring Princess' (Milfune of Dog Days), Kind and Loving Big Sisters (Raika of Listen to me, girls. I am your father! and Wiz of Konosuba) as well as Beautiful Childhood Friend Cuties (Saren of Princess Connect! Re:Dive), returning to the Moe genre with role after adorable role with gutso, with no signs of slowing down to playing mothers and supporting older-roles as is usual for voice-actresses in their 40s.

She has also created the virtual idol Miss Monochrome, who got popular enough to have her own anime.

Many of her most popular voice roles tend to be very notable for spamming Verbal Tics non-stop.

Some of her roles include:

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