Stephanie Young

Stephanie Young is a professional actress, singer/songwriter, producer, and fan of caffeinated beverages that jolt her from one creative project to the next! As a voice actress and singer, she quickly developed a niche voice for dominating females, witches, warriors and queens in the wonderful worlds of anime and gaming. She is best known for her work as “Nico Robin” in One Piece (Funimation dub), ”, “Olivier Armstrong” in Full Metal Alchemist, Brotherhood, “Clare” in Claymore, “Arachne” in Soul Eater, “Dominator” in Pyscho-Pass, “Shamrock” in .hack Quantum, “Juiz” in Eden of the East, “Junko” in Desert Punk, “Sherry Cromwell” in A Certain Magical Index, “Momoko” in Okami-san and Her Seven Companions, “Eve” in Spice and Wolf II, “Moeran” in Fractale, “Choka” in Hero Tales, “Oise” in Oh! Edo Rocket, “Tamayo Kataokon” in Rideback, “Yoshikawa” in Bamboo Blade, “Elfriede” in Moonphase, “Mana” in Negima, “Katherine” in King of Thorn, “Miranda Maverick” in Solty Rei, “Sophia” in Aquarion, “Kagero” in Basilisk, “Sasha Jobson” in Blassreiter, “Lecty Leque” in Heroic Age, “Flanca” in Gunslinger Girl, “Oruha” in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, “Nora” in Witchblade, “Echidna Parass” in Black Cat, “Nanako” in Crayon Shin-chan, “B.B.” in Glass Fleet, “Yuuri Kitajima” in Dragonaut, “Jane” in Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament, “Yahagi” in Mushi-shi, “Dr. Kozuki” in Rumbling Hearts, “Itoko Osakabe” in School Rumble, and “Mireille” in Trinity Blood.

Stephanie’s latest game projects include the role of the “Sheriff of Lynchwood” in Borderlands II, the lead female vocals (singing) in Ms. Splosion Man, and “Weaver” in Orcs Must Die! In Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smilely, Stephanie is the female vocalist in the “Brad” theme song, as well as the voice of the Viking hottie, “Nordya”. Other gaming credits include Fiona” in Spike Out, Battlestreet and “Selket” in Unreal Championship II, The Liandri Conflict. Stephanie can also be heard singing theme songs for Dragon Ball GT, Negima, One Piece, and as her character Oruha in Tsubasa.

As a singer/songwriter, Stephanie enjoys lending her signature, soulful vocals, along with her guitarist husband David, to the Dallas-based pop/jazz band, The Brehms (www.thebrehmsband.com). Stephanie is also a graduate of Baylor University with a degree in Theatre Performance. Her love of performing lead her to work extensively on the stage, as well as on both sides of the camera with the production house, Blue Logic (www.bluelogicproductions.com), as well 12Forward Productions and HGTV. Stephanie is a two-time nominee for the Dallas Theatre League’s Leon Rabin Award for her work in the Dallas Theatre Community, and she is represented by The Horne Agency.