Biography[edit | edit source]
Career[edit | edit source]
Suzuki loved singing ever since she was a child, and held an interest in voice-related work (such as singing, narration, and acting). In her elementary school years, she began to watch late night anime, which inspired her to become a voice actor in order to do all the things she wanted to do. After saving up money working part-time in her first year of high school, she began to take lessons at a voice acting school in Tokyo once a week. In October 2014, the creators of the Macross franchise announced that auditions were going to be held, with the winner being cast in a role in the upcoming anime television series Macross Delta. Her mother was a fan of Macross Frontier, and knowing Suzuki's dream of becoming involved in entertainment, pushed her to participate in the audition. Having been inspired to participate in the audition due to her idolizing Megumi Nakajima, voice actress of Macross Frontier's Ranka Lee, Suzuki auditioned for the Macross Delta role, and in 2015 was selected for the role from a pool of approximately 8,000 other applicants. She was cast as Freyja Wion, the lead female character in the series, and a member of the fictional idol group Walküre.
For Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, She voiced as the Ultimate Artist, Angie Yonaga; a peppy, quirky, heavily religious and spiritual girl, believing that Atua is always at her side.
Walküre's first single, which includes the series' opening theme "Ichido Dake no Koi Nara" (一度だけの恋なら, "If I Love Only Once") and ending theme "Rune ga Pikatto Hikattara" (ルンがピカッと光ったら, "When the Rune Sparkles"), as well as the song "Ikenai Borderline" (いけないボーダーライン, "Forbidden Borderline"), was released on May 11, 2016.
In July 2017, Suzuki and Macross Delta co-star JUNNA were guests at Anime Expo in Los Angeles. She made her solo debut in 2018 when she performed the opening theme to the anime television series Ms. Koizumi Loves Ramen Noodles.
For Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, Minori voiced as Akiho Shinomoto.
Personal life[edit | edit source]
Suzuki lists Maaya Sakamoto, Megumi Nakajima, Nagi Yanagi and Galileo Galilei as among her influences in voice acting and music. Suzuki was fond of Nakajima in particular, once having participated in one of the latter's handshake events.
Filmography[edit | edit source]
Anime[edit | edit source]
|2016||Macross Delta||Freyja Wion|
|2016||Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters||Ai's friend (ep 1), Event attendee (ep 42)|
|2017||Kirakira PreCure a la Mode||Boy (eps 18, 49)|
|2017||King's Game The Animation||Nami Hirano|
|2018||Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card||Akiho Shinomoto|
|2018||Record of Grancrest War||Ema|
|2018||Kakuriyo: Bed and Breakfast for Spirits||Kai and Mei|
|2018||Chio's School Road||Momo Shinozuka|
|2018||A Certain Magical Index III||Floris|
|2019||Kochoki: Wakaki Nobunaga||Ikoma Kitsuno|
|2020||Show by Rock!! Mashumairesh!!||Uiui|
Video games[edit | edit source]
|2016||Macross Delta Scramble||Freyja Wion|
|2017||Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony||Angie Yonaga|
|2017||THE iDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS||Hajime Fujiwara|
|2017||Kantai Collection||Amagiri / Sagiri|
|2017||Azur Lane||Crescent / Comet|
|2018||Tokimeki Idol||Minato Tsukishima|
|2019||Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story||Rumor of the 10,000 Year Sakura|