Ayako Kawasumi

Ayako Kawasumi (川澄 綾子, Kawasumi Ayako, born March 30, 1976) is a Japanese voice actress and singer.[2] She is affectionately referred to by her fellow voice actors and fans as "Ayachii (あやちー)", "Peyaya (ペヤヤ, Peyaya)","Ayasumi (あやすみ)" and "Aya-nē (あやねえ)". She is a skilled pianist as she has played the piano since childhood.[3] She composed and performed "...To You", the opening theme to Piano, and played pianists in the anime Piano and Nodame Cantabile. She is one of the most prolific and well-known voice actresses in Japan. Throughout her career, she has voiced plenty of iconic and famous characters, such as Erina Pendleton (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure), Akari Kamigishi (To Heart), Saber (Fate/stay night), Melfina (Outlaw Star), Nodame (Nodame Cantabile), Lafiel (Crest of the StarsBanner of the Stars), Fuu (Samurai Champloo), Leina (Queen's Blade), Aoi Sakuraba (Ai Yori Aoshi), Mahoro (Mahoromatic) and Natsuki Mogi (Initial D).

Ayako Kawasumi
川澄 綾子
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Ayako Kawasumi at the 2006 Otakon Convention
Born (1976-03-30) March 30, 1976 (age 44)[1]
Tokyo, Japan[1]
Occupation
Years active1997–present
AgentOffice Osawa
Height157 cm (5 ft 2 in)

FilmographyEdit

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Fate/Extella Link -Saber/Artoria Pendragon

Dubbing rolesEdit

Drama CDEdit

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

Release Date Title
March 21, 2002 Primary
March 26, 2003 Mahoromatic for Ayako Kawasumi (まほろまてぃっく for 川澄綾子)
October 6, 2004 AA
(with Ai Shimizu)

SinglesEdit

Release Date Title
September 23, 1998 Dream it
March 25, 1999 Owari no Nai Yume ni Mutte (終りのない夢に向って)
December 21, 2001 ...to you
November 5, 2004 Ka・Ta・Ko・To (カ・タ・コ・ト)
November 14, 2005 Love Love! Chu Chu! (Love Love! Chuっ Chuっ!)
November 22, 2006 Watashi no Namida to Sora (私の涙と空)
December 20, 2006 Scoop! / 7 days after
(with Mamiko Noto)

Character albumsEdit

Release Date Title
October 24, 2007 Sky Girls Character Mini-Album 1
(スカイガールズ キャラクター・ミニアルバム1)
(Sakurano Otoha – with Tsuji Ayumi)

Character SinglesEdit

Release Date Title
December 21, 2001 Mahoromatic CD Dramatic 1 (まほろまてぃっく CDどらまてぃっく1)
(Ando Mahoro – with Takada Yumi)
December 21, 2001 Mahoromatic CD Dramatic 3 (まほろまてぃっく CDどらまてぃっく3)
(Ando Mahoro – with Takimoto Fujiko)
July 25, 2002 Ai Yori Aoshi Ao Uta (藍より青し 葵唄)
(Sakuraba Aoi)
December 21, 2002 Mahoromatic ~Motto Utsukushii Mono~ Sound Party -Mahoro-ban- (まほろまてぃっく~もっと美しいもの~サウンドパーティ -まほろ盤-)
(Ando Mahoro)
June 4, 2003 Omoide ni Kawaru Kimi Memory Collection Vol.5 Narumi Sako (想い出にかわる君 メモリーコレクション Vol.5 鳴海沙子)
(Narumi Sako)
August 15, 2003 My Little Wing
(Hitawari Aya – with Nogawa Sakura, Fukui Yukari and Tanaka Kumi)
April 6, 2005 Ichigo Mashimaro Chara-CD Mari (苺ましまろ Chara-CD 2 茉莉) (Sakuragi Matsuri)
July 27, 2005 Ichigo Complete (いちごコンプリート)
(Sakuragi Matsuri – with Chiba Saeko, Orisaka Fumiko and Noto Mamiko)
September 7, 2005 Gokujou Seitokai Character Single Vol.3
Hida Sayuri & Tsunomoto Rein (極上生徒会キャラクターシングルVol.3 飛田小百合&角元れいん)
(Hida Sayuri – with Matsuoka Yumi)
May 10, 2006 Kodou (鼓動)
(Mishima Toko – with Shindo Kei)
August 9, 2006 Yume Tsukai Character CD ~Mishima Touko~ (夢使い キャラクターCD ~三島塔子~)(Mishima Touko)
December 27, 2006 Fate/stay night Character Image Song: Saber (Fate/stay night キャラクターイメージソング I:セイバー) (Saber)
August 22, 2007 Genzai no Aperitif (原罪のAperitif)
(Hime)
October 10, 2007 Zero no Tsukaima ~Futatsuki no Kishi~ Character CD2
(ゼロの使い魔 ~双月の騎士~ キャラクターCD2)
(Henrietta)
November 26, 2008 Kimi no Hikouki Kumo (きみのひこうき雲)
(Eineus)
December 25, 2008 Ichigo Splash (苺すぷらっしゅ)
(Sakuragi Matsuri – with Nabatame Hitomi, Chiba Saeko,
Orikasa Fumiko and Noto Mamiko)
June 24, 2009 promise melody / Echoes
(Eufinley Tsuge)
July 24, 2009 Queen's Blade Rurou no Senshi Character Song
+ Short Drama Reina Ver (クイーンズブレイド 流浪の戦士 キャラクターソング
+ショートドラマ レイナver
)
(Reina)
September 21, 2009 Zero no Tsukaima Character CD Siesta & Henrietta-hen (ゼロの使い魔 キャラクターCD4 シエスタ&アンリエッタ編)
(Henrietta – with Yui Horie)
January 27, 2010 LOVE × HEAVEN (Saikyo Tomomi – with Nakahara Mai,
Koshimizu Ami and Kugimiya Rie)

ReferencesEdit

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