Lisa Ortiz Biography ((?)-)

Born December 11. Addresses: Office: c/o Central Park Media Group, 250West 57th St., Suite 317, New York, NY 10107.; Contact: c/o Taj Productions,28 West 27th St., Suite 906, New York, NY 10001.

Gender
Female
Occupation
Actress, voice artist

Famous Works

  • CREDITS
  • Anime Film Appearances
  • Voices of Pony and Eluza, Gall Force: Eternal Story, Animate Film,1986
  • Voices of Pony and Eluza, Gall Force: Chikyu sho (also known as Gall Force Earth), Manga Video, 1989
  • Voice of Deedlit, Lodoss to senki (also known as Record of Lodoss War and Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight),1990
  • Voices of Pony and Eluza, Gall Force: Stardust War, 1994
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Slayers: The Motion Picture, 1995
  • Voice of Saori, Bishojo yugeki-tai battle skipper (also known as Battle Skipper), Central Park Media Group, 1995
  • Voice of Chris Sign, Twin Signal, Anime Works, 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, The Slay Vol. 1 (also known as The Slayers), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, The Slay Vol. 2 (also known as The Slayers), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, The Slay Vol. 3 (also known as The Slayers), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, The Slay Vol. 6 (also known as The Slayers), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, The Slay Vol. 7 (also known as The Slayers), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Sudden Pinch, 1996
  • Voice of Nanaka Nakatomi, Maho tsukai tai! (also known as MagicUser's Club!), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, I'll Get You (also known as The SlayersNext, Volume 2: I'll Get You), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Explosion Array (also known as Slayers:Explosive Array), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Dragon Slave (also known as Slayers: Dragon Slave), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Dash! Run for It! My Magic Doesn't Work (also known as The Slayers, Episode #4: Dash! Run for It! My Magic Doesn't Work?!), 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Shocking Confession (also known as The Slayers Next, Volume 3: The Shocking Confession), 1997
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Pandemonium (also known as The Slayers Try, Volume 5: Pandemonium!), 1997
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Love External (also known as The SlayersTry, Volume 3: Love Eternal?), 1997
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, A Hero Descends (also known as The Slayers Try, Volume 6: A Hero Descends?), 1997
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Death of the Devil Dragon (also known as The Slayers Next, Volume 7: Death of the Devil Dragon), 1997
  • Voice of Ellis, Battle Arena Toshinden, 1997
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, The Unexpected End (also known as The Slayers Next, Volume 4: The Unexpected End?), 1998
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Phantom City (also known as The SlayersNext, Volume 8: Phantom City), 1998
  • Voices of Squirtle, Blastoise, Pidgeotto, Zubat, and Hitmonchan, Pokemon the First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back (also known as Pokemon: The First Movie), Warner Bros., 1999
  • Voice of Fuu, Rayearth OAV, Manga Entertainment, 2000
  • Voice, Pokemon: Mewtwo's Return (also known as Mewtwo, Land That Meets the Eye and Mewtwo's Return), Warner Bros., 2000
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Try Again (also known as The Slayers Try, Volume 1: Try Again!), 2000
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Touch and Go (also known as The SlayersTry, Volume 4: Touch and Go!), 2000
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Slayer Next Vol. 7 (also known as The Slayers Next, Volume 7: Death of the Devil Dragon), 2000
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Showdown (also known as The Slayers Try,Volume 7: A Showdown!), 2000
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Secret of the Giga Slave (also known as The Slayers Next, Volume 6: Secret of the Giga Slave), 2000
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Majestic Journey (also known as The Slayers Try, Volume 1: Majestic Journey), 2000
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Forbidden Dance (also known as The Slayers Next, Volume 5: The Forbidden Dance?), 2000
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Dragon Shine (also known as The SlayersTry, Volume 2: The Dragon Shrine?), 2000
  • Voice of Lisa, Pokemon 3: The Movie (also known as Pokemon 3 and Pokemon 3 the Movie: Spell of the Unown), Warner Bros., 2001
  • Also voice of Saki, Boogiepop Phantom; voice of Maetel for Harlock Saga and Maetel Legend; voice of Luna, Meadowlands; voice of Miki "Min" Willows," Pokemon Magical; voices of Ayumi "Ann" andMiki "Min" Willows, Pokemon Magical 2; voices of Bitty, Julie, and Miki, Pokemon Magical 3; voice of Min Willows, Pokemon Magical 4;voice of Min Willows, Pokemon Magical: The Movie; voice of Chiho "Crystal" Williams, Pokemon Neo; voice of Shiori, Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie; voice of Terumi, Takegami: Guardian of Darkness; voices of Mari Sakisaka and Hatsumi, Virgin Fleet; and multiple voices,Yu-Gi-Oh!
  • Anime Film Work
  • Additional voices, Pokemon the First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back (also known as Pokemon: The First Movie), Warner Bros., 1999
  • Television Appearances
  • Anime Series
  • Voices of Azalyn, Emi Hanner, and Yumi Hanner, Musekinin Kanchou Tylor (also known as Irresponsible Captain Tyler), 1993
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, The Slayers, 1995
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Slayers Next, 1996
  • Voice of Lina Inverse, Slayers Try, 1997
  • Voice of Tsubasa Shibahime, Kareshi Kanojo no Jijyou (also known as His and Her Circumstances and Karekano), 1998
  • Voice of Lala-Ru, Ima, soko ni iru boku (also known as Now andThen, Here and There), 1999
  • Voices of Cassidy of Team Rocket and Lapras, Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), syndicated, 1999-
  • Voice of Chikorita, Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters,Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions,and Pokemon: Master Quest), syndicated, 2000-
  • Multiple voices, Tama and Friends, 2001
  • Other Series
  • Liz, Fifteen (also known as Hillside), c. 1994
  • Episodic
  • Voice of Sabrina, "Abra and the Psychic Showdown," Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), syndicated,1998
  • Voices of Sabrina and Sabrina's mother, "Haunter vs. Kadabra," Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest),syndicated, 1998
  • Voice of Rebecca, "The Punchy Pokemon," Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), syndicated, 1998
  • Voice of first perfume girl, "Pokemon Scent-Station," Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), syndicated, 1998
  • Voice of Duplica, "Ditto's Mysterious Mansion," Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon:Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), syndicated, 1998
  • Voice of Daisy Williams, "The Water Flowers of Cerulean City," Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest),syndicated, 1998
  • Voice of Lara Laramie, "The Flame Pokemon-Athon," Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), syndicated,1998
  • Voices of Cassandra, "The Problem with Paras," Pokemon (also knownas Pocket Monsters, Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), syndicated, 1999
  • Voices of Marina, Miki, and Leezah for episodes of Pokemon; voicesof Ann and Cleffa, Pokemon Magical; voices of Daisy Waterflower and Wendy Williams, "The Cerulean Caper," voice of Erika's first maid, "Christmasin Celadon," and voice of Sabrina, "Saffron Night," episodes of Pokemon Magical; voice of Daisy Oak, "The Oak Family Christmas," voice of Jessidy,"Stargirlz," "Fantasy World," and "Togepi's Secret," episodes of Pokemon Magical 2; voice of Catherine Makino, "Kate's Makeover," Pokemon Magical 4; voices of Misty and Tommy, "A New Era Begins," and voices of Miki "Min" Willows and Miranda, "Don't Give Up! The Future Awaits...," episodes of Pokemon Neon; and voice of Sabrina, "Pokemon the Sunset Challenge," Pokemon 2001.
  • Television Work
  • Anime Series
  • Additional voices, Pokemon (also known as Pocket Monsters,Pokemon: The Johto Journeys, Pokemon: Johto League Champions, and Pokemon: Master Quest), syndicated, 1998-
  • Internet Appearances
  • Series
  • Voices of Androida, the midget, and psychiatrist for the online series Barbarian Moron; voice of Jennifer Love Houston, Mean Planet.

Further Reference

OTHER SOURCES

    Electronic
    • Angelfire, http://www.angelfire.com, July 19, 2002
    • A Fan's View, http://www.fansview.com, July 19, 2002

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