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Ayane Sakura

Ayane Sakura

Known For: Acting · Birthday: 1994-01-29 (26 years old) · Gender: Female · Place of Birth: Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

52 Movies · 77 TV shows

Also Known As: 佐倉綾音 · 사쿠라 아야네 · Аянэ Сакура · Sakura Ayane · さくら あやね · あやねる

Biography

Sakura was born in Tokyo. She had a desire in becoming an actress and decided to enroll in a theater acting school, during her junior high school years. At school, she studied Japanese dancing, stretching, sword fighting, voice training and acting. After performing on stage, she realized that she "was different" and decided that acting was no longer a suitable career for her. Sakura made her voice acting debut in 2010. In 2011, she voiced Merry Nightmare, the heroine of the anime series Dream Eater Merry. She also performed the song "Yume to Kibō to Ashita no Atashi" which was used as the ending theme to the series. In 2012, she voiced the character Miyabi Kannagi in Nakaimo - My Sister Is Among Them!, Marii Buratei in Joshiraku, and Ayami Ōruri in Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future. In 2013, she played Asuka Mishima in A Town Where You Live, Alisa Ayase in Love Live!, Yuiko Enomoto in Love Lab, Natsumi Koshigaya in Non Non Biyori, Akane Isshiki in Vividred Operation and Suzuka Dairenji in Tokyo Ravens. She and her co-stars performed the series' opening theme "Daydream Cafe" as the group Petit Rabbit's Sakura has also voiced Nao Tomori in Charlotte, Iroha Isshiki in My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected, Haru Onodera in Nisekoi, and Moa in Show by Rock!! She also played Silvia Lautreamont in Dragonar Academy, Yuzuki Kurebayashi in Selector Infected WIXOSS and Levi Kazama in Trinity Seven. In 2016, Sakura played Ochaco Uraraka in My Hero Academia. In 2017, she played the roles of Hikari Tsuneki in Seiren and Phoena in Chain Chronicle. Sakura shared the Best Supporting Actress Award at the 12th Seiyu Awards with Saori Ōnishi. In 2018, she played the roles of Yū Ōsawa in Ms. Koizumi Loves Ramen Noodles and Saiko Yonebayashi in Tokyo Ghoul:re. She also appeared in the film version of "Tokyo Ghoul"

Movies & TV shows

2021.

2 TV shows

2020.

5 Movies · 9 TV shows

2019.

17 Movies · 7 TV shows

2018.

3 Movies · 6 TV shows

2017.

7 Movies · 8 TV shows

2016.

4 Movies · 7 TV shows

2015.

6 Movies · 7 TV shows

2014.

2 Movies · 10 TV shows

2013.

4 Movies · 11 TV shows

2012.

2 Movies · 5 TV shows

2011.

1 Movie · 1 TV show

2005.

1 TV show

Unknown Year.

1 Movie · 3 TV shows
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