If you hadn’t heard, Superman relocated to Hollywood. He flies about town fighting the never ending battle. When not, he can be seen in a voice booth under the secret identities of Sasuske Uchia, Ben Tennyson or Bobby Drake. When he goes home, he’s greeted by Wonder Woman. She’s also been known to go to work as Temari of the Sunagakure or Dream Girl of the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Actually, those are just some of the roles Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt, two of the fastest rising stars in the voice acting world have had in recent years. Since the turn of the millennium, they have been part of a brash new batch of voice actors whose roots were in anime, and are rapidly expanding into other arenas.
The fans are noticing it, too. When Yuri and Tara recently appeared at the recent Florida Supercon, the line at their table stretched out of the room, with fans asking for autographs on pictures of the characters they’ve voiced – anime, animation, gaming or otherwise.
The two have been married since 2002.
To read the full interview as conducted just before the holidays by Steve Fritz via Newsarama.com, click on the source link below.