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Aya Hirano
Native name 平野 綾
Born (1987-10-08) October 8, 1987 (age 31)
Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Occupation
Years active 2001–present
Agent Grick
Notable work
Musical career
Genres
Years active 2006–present
Labels
Website ayahirano.jp

Aya Hirano (平野 綾, Hirano Aya, born October 8, 1987) is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She performs roles in anime, visual novels, and television commercials in Japan. Beginning in the entertainment industry as a child actor performing in television commercials, she played her first voice acting role in 2001 in the anime television series Angel Tales. She released her first single "Breakthrough" in 2006, and she released her first album Riot Girl in 2008. She was formerly contracted to Space Craft Produce, a branch of the Space Craft Group, before moving to the talent agency Grick in August 2011. Her label was Lantis until 2011, when she moved to Universal Sigma.

Hirano is known for her roles as Haruhi Suzumiya in the Haruhi Suzumiya franchise, Misa Amane in Death Note, Konata Izumi in Lucky Star, and Lucy Heartfilia in Fairy Tail. She won the Voice Acting Award at the 2007 Tokyo Anime Awards for her breakthrough role as Haruhi Suzumiya, the Best Newcomer Award at the 1st Seiyu Awards in 2007, and won the Best Lead Actress award at the 2nd Seiyu Awards in 2008. In 2011, she temporarily ceased accepting new roles to recover from a pituary gland tumor that had been affecting her health. She resumed voice acting activities later that year. In 2016, after appearing at a stage play in Tokyo, she went to New York to study abroad for four months.

Biography

Early life and childhood

Hirano was born in Nagoya on October 8, 1987.[1][2][3] She spent a few of her very early years of life in America before returning to Japan.[4] In 1998, she joined the Tokyo Child Theatrical Group division of the Space Craft Group company.[5][6]

Acting career

After starting her acting career, Hirano began to appear in commercials and received her first role as a voice actress at 14 years old in the 2001 anime series Angel Tales.[7][8] In 2002, when she was 15, she voiced co-lead character Lumiere in Kiddy Grade.[9]

After graduating from high school, Hirano began seriously pursuing her voice acting and solo singing career. Her big break came in 2006, when she was cast as the voice of Haruhi Suzumiya, the title character of the anime series The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.[10] The series' public success has greatly enhanced her popularity and career in Japan. This success was followed by her voicing lead characters in anime based on popular manga; Reira Serizawa in Nana and Misa Amane in Death Note.[11] Her popularity was confirmed at the first Seiyu Awards, where she won "Best Newcomer (female)", for her role as Haruhi Suzumiya;[10] the same role also won her a nomination as "Best Main Character (female)". At the same awards, she was also nominated for "Best Supporting Character (female)", and earned two nominations for "Best Single" (One of which was for a solo, "Bōken Desho Desho?"; the other was a group nomination for the single "Hare Hare Yukai").[10][12] She also won in the Voice Acting category at the 2007 Tokyo Anime Awards for her role as the lead character in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, while the anime itself won in the "Best TV Anime Series" category.[13] The series also won the Animation Kobe Award for TV Feature in 2006.[14]

Hirano performed at the "Animelo Summer Live" concerts between 2006 and 2008,[15][16] as well as the Suzumiya Haruhi no Gekisō concert on March 18, 2007.[17] She was a guest at Anime Expo 2007, along with other cast members from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Minori Chihara and Yūko Gotō.[18] In 2007, she continued to enjoy great success in her career, landing the role of Konata Izumi in the anime version of Lucky Star.[11] In 2008, at the second Seiyu Awards, she won for Best Lead Actress, and also for Best Singing along with cast members of Lucky Star for the series' opening theme "Motteke! Sailor Fuku".[19]

In November 2010, Hirano posted a message on her Twitter account that she has had a pituitary gland tumor since junior high school. While not malignant, the tumor exerts pressure on certain motor functions, resulting in temporary memory loss, loss of vision and slurring of speech. She decided against elective surgery because the surgery would alter her nasal cavity and permanently modify her voice.[20] To facilitate her care, she announced in April 2011 that she had been prohibited from taking on new voice acting roles since the previous year. She still continued voicing characters for anime that received additional seasons or extended runs.[21] Citing a need for a new agency that was more ideal for her career wishes, she announced on August 12, 2011, that she had left Space Craft Entertainment.[22] On August 21, Hirano moved to the voice acting agency Grick.[23] Days later, on August 27, she posted a message on her Twitter account, confirming that she had resumed new voice acting roles in anime.[24]

In 2016, after a stint in the musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood in Tokyo, Hirano spent four months studying in New York.[25][26]

Music career

Hirano's music career began as part of the band SpringS, which was active from 2002 to 2003.[27] She then released two character image songs in 2005: "Kimi Kara Onegai My Saint" (キミからお願い★my saint), which was used as an ending theme to the original video animation Itsudatte My Santa!,[28] and "Futari no Imi" (二人の意味), which was an image song for her character Mamori Anezaki in the anime series Eyeshield 21.[29]

Hirano's first solo single under the record label Lantis was "Breakthrough", which was released on March 8, 2006; the title track was used as the opening theme of the visual novel Finalist.[30][31] Her next single was "Bōken Desho Desho?" (冒険でしょでしょ?, It's an Adventure, Right Right?), which was released on April 26, 2006; the title track is used as the opening theme of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.[32] The CD sold out in Japan the very day it was released.[33] This was followed by the release of an image song single for her character Haruhi Suzumiya on July 5, 2006, which contained the songs "Parallel Days" (パラレル Days) and "SOS nara Daijōbu" (SOS ならだいじょーぶ).[34] Her third single "Ashita no Prism" (明日のプリズム) was released on September 6, 2006.[35]

Hirano released her fourth single "Love Gun" on October 10, 2007.[36] This was followed by her fifth single "Neophilia" which was released on November 7, 2007,[37] and her sixth single "MonStAR" which was released on December 5, 2007.[38]

Hirano released her seventh single "Unnamed World" on April 23, 2008; the title track was used as the ending theme to the anime series Nijū Mensō no Musume.[39] This was followed by the release of her first solo album Riot Girl on July 16, 2008.[40] She then released the song "Namida" (涙 NAMIDA ナミダ) on October 8, 2008, which was used as the ending theme to the anime series Hyakko.[41]

Hirano released her eighth single "Set me free / Sing a song!" on April 29, 2009.[42] She then released her ninth single "Super Driver" on July 22, 2009; the title track is used as the opening theme of the second season of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.[43] Her second album Speed Star (スピード☆スター) was released on November 18, 2009.[44] Her tenth single "Hysteric Barbie" was released on June 23, 2010.[45] To promote the single, she created a Twitter account which was originally intended to be only used for one day;[46] however, she would continue to use the account after the promotion had ended.[47]

In May 2011, Hirano released a compilation album titled Aya Museum.[48] Later that month, she announced via Twitter that she was no longer performing music for Lantis and had discontinued her music career until further notice.[49] On August 2, 2011, Japanese magazine Bubka confirmed that she was dismissed by Lantis due to a sex scandal involving her sleeping with several band members.[50] She then returned to music in 2012 and was signed to the record label Universal Sigma.[51] Her first release on the label was the mini album Fragments on May 23, 2012.[52] This was followed by the song "Zutto Kitto" (ずっと きっと) which was released on August 15, 2012;[53] the title track is used as the ending theme to the anime film Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess.[54]

In 2013, Hirano released two singles: "TOxxxIC" which was released on February 20,[55] and "Promise" which was released on October 9; "Promise" was used as an insert song in the documentary film Kitakitsune Monogatari: Ashita e.[56] She released her fourth album Vivid on February 19, 2014.[57]

Filmography

Anime

Year Title Role Notes Source
[58][59][60]
2001–03 Angel Tales series Saru no Momo Debut role [11][61]
2002 Kiddy Grade Lumière [62][9][61]
2003 Beyblade G Revolution Ming-Ming [11]
2004 Battle B-Daman Charat [11]
2005 Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits Pheles [11]
2005 Eyeshield 21 Mamori Anezaki [63]
2005 Canvas 2: Niji Iro no Sketch Sumire Misaki [11][64]
2005 Itsudatte My Santa! Mai OVA [65]
2006 School Rumble series Yoko Sasakura starting in Second Semester (season 2) [11][66]
2006 Renkin 3-kyū Magical? Pokān Pachira [11][67]
2006 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Haruhi Suzumiya [68][62][69][70][71]
2006 Nana Reira Serizawa [62][11][61]
2006–07 Himawari! series Shikimi [72]
2006 Galaxy Angel-Rune Kahlua/Tequila Marjoram [62]
2006 Death Note Misa Amane [62][11]
2006 Buso Renkin Mahiro Muto [73]
2006 Sumomomo Momomo Sanae Nakajima [74]
2007 Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight! Mei Etoh [75]
2007–08 Lucky Star series Konata Izumi, Haruhi Suzumiya [68]
2007 Hello Kitty: Apple Forest and the Parallel Town Emily [11]
2007 Mokke Reiko Nagasawa [11]
2007 Dragonaut: The Resonance Garnet MacLaine [76]
2007–15 Soreike! Anpanman Tanpopochan, Kokinchan guest roles [11]
2008 Moegaku★5 Megami-sama [77][78]
2008 Fist of the North Star: The Legend of Toki Sara OVA [11]
2008 Lupin III: Green Vs. Red Yukiko OVA [11]
2008 Macross Frontier Mina Roshan, Nene Rora [11][66]
2008 Zettai Karen Children series Kaoru Akashi [61][79]
2008 Nijū Mensō no Musume Chizuko "Chiko" Mokamo [11][80]
2008 Hyakko Ayumi Nonomura [81][82]
2008 Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka Minato Nagase [83][84]
2008 Linebarrels of Iron Miu Kujō [11]
2008 Kemeko Deluxe! Nakamura-chan [11]
2009 White Album series Yuki Morikawa [85][86]
2009–11 Maria Holic series Shizu Shidō [11][66]
2009–10 Queen's Blade series Nanael [87][61]
2009–15 Jewelpet series Garnet, Komachi Saotome (Sunshine), Midori Akagi / Smart Green (Kira Deko) [88][61]
2009 Dragon Ball Kai Dende [61][89]
2009 Kawa no Hikari Tammy TV special [90][91]
2009 Fight Ippatsu! Jūden-chan!! Rona Elmo [11][66]
2009 To Arina OVA [11][92][93]
2009–11 Kimi ni Todoke Ume "Kurumi" Kurumizawa [11][61][94]
2009–present Fairy Tail Lucy Heartfilia [95][96]
2009 Kiddy Girl-and Lumiere [97]
2010–11 The Qwaser of Stigmata series Katja [98][99]
2010 Lupin III: The Last Job Asuka Kagurazaka [11]
2010 Black Butler II Hannah Annafellows [11]
2010–11 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan series Kana Ienaga [100]
2011 Nichijou Narrator Ep. 9 [11][66]
2011–present Gintama° Imai Nobume [11][61]
2011 Hunter × Hunter Menchi [11][61]
2012–13 Recorder and Randsell series Sayo Takahashi [11][101]
2012 Girls und Panzer Alisa [11][66]
2013–15 Gatchaman Crowds series Paiman [102][103]
2014 Witch Craft Works Weekend [104][105]
2014–15 Dragon Ball Z Kai (Majin Buu saga) Dende [11]
2014–15 Parasyte Migi [106]
2015-2018 Dragon Ball Super Dende [11]
2015 Ultimate Otaku Teacher Toune Yamato [66][107]

Drama CDs

Year Title Role Notes Source[108]
2002 Kiddy Grade Sound Layer Lumière Drama CD [11]
2006 Buso Renkin Mahiro Muto [11]
2006 Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora Sayoko Natsume [11]
2007 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya: Sound Around Haruhi Suzumiya [11]
2007 Tetsudou Musume
ja:鉄道むすめ
Minami Kurihashi
栗橋みなみ
[11]
2008 Be with You Mio Aio [11]
2008 Maria Holic Kanako Miyamae [109]
2008 Lucky Star Konata Izumi [11]
2009 Psychic Detective Yakumo Haruka Ozawa
小沢晴香
[11]
2008 B. Ichi Lin Kinpar resume
2009 Akane-iro ni Somaru Saka Minato Nagase [66]
2009 Kiss of Rose Princess Anís Yamamoto resume
Macross Frontier Miina Roshan, Nene Nora [66]
White Album Yuki Morikawa [66]
Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan Kana Ienaga [100]

Film

Year Title Role Source[110]
2008 Bleach: Fade to Black Sister [11]
2009 Pyu to Fuku! Jaguar: Ima, Fuki ni Yukimasu Hamyi [11]
2009 The Asylum Session
ja:アジール・セッション
Hiyoko [111][112][113]
2009 Duel Masters: Lunatic God Saga Runa Kamizuki [11]
2009 Macross Frontier: Itsuwari no Utahime Mena Roshan [11]
2010 The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Haruhi Suzumiya [11]
2010 Book Girl Miu Asakura [11]
2011 Macross Frontier: Sayonara no Tsubasa Mena Roshan [11][66]
2012 Go! Anpanman: Rhythm and Play – Anpanman and the Strange Parasol Kokin-chan [11]
2012 Jewelpet the Movie: Sweets Dance Princess Garnet [11]
2012 Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess Lucy Heartfilia [11]
2013 Hunter x Hunter: Phantom Rouge Retz [11]
2013 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Dende [11]
2013 Go! Anpanman: Mischievous Ghost and Cuddling Together Kokin-chan [11]
2014 Go! Anpanman: Kokin-Chan Became a Mom and Play with Fun Kokin-chan [11]
2015 Go! Anpanman Mija and the Magic Lamp Kokin-chan [11]
2015 Girls und Panzer der Film Alisa [11]
2016 Go! Anpanman: toy star of Nanda and Lunda Kokin-chan [11]
2017 Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry Lucy Heartfilia [11][114]
2017 Go! Anpanman: Bulbul's Big Treasure Hunt Adventure Kokin-chan [11]

Dubbing roles

Hirano has had dubbing roles in localized versions of a number of foreign television series and films.

Title Role Notes Source[115]
Can You Hear My Heart Bong Woo-ri Hwang Jung-eum
Cao Cao Diaochan Han Xue
City Hunter Kim Na-na Park Min-young
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Haley Jones Taylor Swift, Season 9 [116]
Dragonball Evolution Bulma Emmy Rossum [117]
Giant Lee Mi-joo Hwang Jung-eum
Renaissance Ilona Tasuiev Romola Garai
The Thieves Yenicall Jun Ji-hyun
Zathura Lisa Kristen Stewart


Video games

Year Title Role Source[118]
2006 Canvas 2: Niji Iro no Sketch Sumire Misaki [11]
2006 Finalist Honoka Serizawa [11][66]
2006 Eyeshield 21 Max Devil Power! Mamori Anezaki [11]
2006 Galaxy Angel games Kahlua/Tequila Marjoram [11]
2006–07 Nana games Reira Serizawa [11]
2007 Luminous Arc Lucia [11][66]
2007 Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight! Kira Kira Happy Festa! Mei Etoh [11][66]
2007–08 Eternal Sonata games Polka [11][119]
2007 Sumomomo Momomo: The Strongest Bride on Earth Sanae Nakajima [11]
2007 Buso Renkin Welcome Papillon to Park Mahiro Muto [11]
2007 Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon Shirma Magnolie [11][120]
2007–11 Haruhi Suzumiya games Haruhi Suzumiya [121]
2008–10 Lucky Star games Konata Izumi [11][66]
2008 Final Approach 2: 1st Priority Kanon Keiju [11][66]
2008–09 Katekyo Hitman Reborn! games Rizona [11]
2008–09 Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka games Minato Nagase [11][66]
2008 Sigma Harmonics Neon Tsukiyomi [122]
2008 Memories Off 6: T-wave Chisa Hakosaki [11][123]
2008 Zettai Karen Children DS: Dai-4 no Children Kaoru Akashi [11]
2008 Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales Shiroma [11]
2009 Arc Rise Fantasia Ruche [11]
2009 Magna Carta 2 Rzephilda "Zephie" Berlinette [11]
2009 Assassin's Creed 2 Cristina Vespucci [11]
2009–11 Queen's Blade: Spiral Chaos Nanael, Katja [11]
2010 Yakuza 4 Hana [11]
2010 White Album Yuki Morikawa [11]
2010 Assassin's Creed Brotherhood Cristina Vespucci [11]
2011 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 Kanonno Grassvalley [11]
2011 Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Prishe [11]
2011 Yakuza: Dead Souls Hana [11]
2012 Nendoroid Generation Haruhi Suzumiya [11]
2012 Aquapazza Yuki Morikawa [11]
2014 Ryū ga Gotoku Ishin! Ikumatsu
幾松
[11]
2014 Girls und Panzer: Senshadō, Kiwamemasu Alisa [11]
2014 Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Monaca Towa [11]
2017 Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Boreas [124]

Discography

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album information[125] Oricon
peak
position[126]
Riot Girl
  • Released: July 16, 2008
  • Label: Lantis
  • Catalog No.: LACA-5793[40][127]
6
Speed Star
  • Released: November 18, 2009
  • Label: Lantis
  • Catalog No.: LACA-35795[127][44]
4
Fragments
  • Released: May 23, 2012
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Catalog No.: UMCK-9487[128][129]
12
Vivid
  • Released: February 19, 2014
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Catalog No.: UMCK-9658[57]
31

Compilation albums

Title Album information[125] Oricon
peak
position[126]
Aya Museum
  • Released: May 25, 2011
  • Label: Lantis
  • Catalog No.: LACA-35115[48]
5

Singles

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Year Title[130] Oricon
peak
position[131]
Album
2006 "Breakthrough" 79 Riot Girl
2006 "Bōken Desho Desho?"[132] 10
2006 "Ashita no Prism"[133] 13
2007 "Love Gun" 6
2007 "Neophilia" 17
2007 "MonStAR" 11
2008 "Unnamed World"[80] 20 Speed Star
2009 "Set me free / Sing a song!"[134] 13
2010 "Hysteric Barbie"[46] 9  
2013 "TOxxxIC" 24 Vivid
2013 "Promise" 36

Character albums and singles

List of character albums and singles with selected chart positions
Year Title Oricon
peak
position[131]
Album
2005 Itsudatte My Santa! Character Song Vol. 1
Mai (Aya Hirano)
 
2006 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Character Song Vol.1 Haruhi Suzumiya
Haruhi Suzumiya (Aya Hirano)[135]
11  
2006 Galaxy Angel Character Single Vol.4 Kahlua (Tequila) Marjoram
Kahlua (Tequila) Marjoram (Aya Hirano)[136]
108  
2007 Tetsudo Musume Character Song Vol.1 Minami Kurihara
Minami Kurihara (Aya Hirano)[137]
85  
2007 Lucky ☆ Star Character Song Vol.001 featuring Konata
Izumi Konata (Aya Hirano)[138]
8  
2008 Zettai Karen Children Character CD 1st Session
Kaoru Akashi starring Aya Hirano[139]
68  
2008 Memories Off 6 Personal Collection 2
Chisa Hakosaki (Aya Hirano)[140]
160  
2008 "Namida Namida Namida" (涙 NAMIDA ナミダ)[141] 17  
2008 "Mezame nai Wish"
Minato Nagase (Aya Hirano)
Akane Iro ni Somaru Saka ending theme[142]
79  
2009 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya New Character Song Vol.1 Haruhi Suzumiya
Haruhi Suzumiya (Aya Hirano)[143]
16  
2009 White Album Character Song 1 Morikawa Yuki
Yuki Morikawa (Aya Hirano)[144]
23  
2009 "Super Driver"[132][145] 3 Speed Star
2009 Queen's Blade Character Song + Short Drama: Nanael
Nanael (Aya Hirano)[146]
167  
2009 "EleC☆TriCk"
Rona (Aya Hirano)[147]
122  
2010 "Koiiro Sora"
Yuki Morikawa (Aya Hirano)[148]
38  
2012 "Zutto Kitto"
Lucy (Aya Hirano)
146  
2015 Nagato Yuki-chan no Shoushitsu Character Song Case 5
Haruhi Suzumiya (Aya Hirano)[149]
97  

Video albums

List of video albums, with selected chart positions
Title Video information[150] Oricon
peak
position[151]
Animelo Summer Live 2007: Generation-A
  • Release date: November 28, 2007
  • Label: Lantis
  • Catalog No.: LABM-7015
Aya Hirano 1st Live 2008 Riot Tour Live
  • Release date: February 25, 2009
  • Label: Lantis
  • Catalog No.: LABM-7039
Aya Hirano Music Clip Collection Vol. 1[152]
  • Release date: September 9, 2009
  • Label: Lantis
  • Catalog No.: LABM-7055
Aya Hirano 2nd Live Tour 2009 "Speed Star Tours" Live DVD
  • Release date: June 23, 2010)
  • Label: Lantis
  • Catalog No.: LABM-7067
Aya Hirano Fragments Live Tour 2012 Live DVD
  • Release date: November 28, 2012
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Catalog No.: UMBK-1191

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External links

  • Official website (in Japanese)
  • Aya Hirano profile at Oricon (in Japanese)
  • Aya Hirano at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
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