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Her popularity was confirmed at the first , where she won "Best Newcomer female ", for her role as Haruhi Suzumiya; the same role also won her a nomination as "Best Main Character female ". She also won in the Voice Acting category at the 2007 for her role as the lead character in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. Hirano performed at the concerts between 2006 and 2008, as well as the concert on March 18, 2007. She released her first single "" in 2006, and she released her first album in 2008. This is more a testament to Ms. In November 2010, Hirano posted a message on her Twitter account that she has had a since junior high school. Anpanman: Kokin-Chan Became a Mom and Play with Fun Kokin-chan 2015 Go! After graduating from high school, Hirano began seriously pursuing her voice acting and solo singing career. Archived from on October 14, 2016. Hirano's vast talent than any lack of skill by English counterpart Brittney Karbowski, as few other voice actors in either language could have saved this role. She still continued voicing characters for anime that received additional seasons or extended runs. Her first release on the label was the mini album Fragments on May 23, 2012. Aya Hirano Official Website in Japanese. 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? Archived from the original on February 8, 2009. 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! In 2013, Hirano released two singles: "TOxxxIC" which was released on February 20, and "Promise" which was released on October 9; "Promise" was used as an insert song in the documentary film Kitakitsune Monogatari: Ashita e. 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. Archived from on April 26, 2010. Her label was until 2011, when she moved to. Anpanman: Mischievous Ghost and Cuddling Together Kokin-chan 2014 Go! She was a guest at 2007, along with other cast members from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, and. She resumed voice acting activities later that year. The second episode delivers minor improvements, with a different Hirano-voiced closer again being the highlight, but not enough so to bump up the overall grade. Archived from on January 13, 2015. The series' public success has greatly enhanced her popularity and career 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. She decided against elective surgery because the surgery would alter her nasal cavity and permanently modify her voice. 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. This was followed by her fifth single "" which was released on November 7, 2007, and her sixth single "" which was released on December 5, 2007. She released her fourth album Vivid on February 19, 2014. Aya Hirano Official Website in Japanese. Archived from the original on March 2, 2010. Archived from on August 7, 2008. Archived from on May 7, 2012. Her big break came in 2006, when she was cast as the voice of , the of the anime series. This was followed by the release of her first solo album on July 16, 2008. Archived from the original on February 17, 2006. In 2002, when she was 15, she voiced co-lead character in. The CD sold out in Japan the very day it was released. Hirano released her fourth single "Love Gun" on October 10, 2007. Archived from on October 3, 2016. In 2011, she temporarily ceased accepting new roles to recover from a tumor that had been affecting her health. On August 21, Hirano moved to the voice acting agency Grick. Archived from on March 4, 2016. Hitoshi Doi's Seiyuu Database. Anpanman: Rhythm and Play — Anpanman and the Strange Parasol Kokin-chan 2012 Garnet 2012 2013 Hunter x Hunter: Phantom Rouge Retz 2013 Dende 2013 Go! Anpanman Mija and the Magic Lamp Kokin-chan 2015 2016 Go! Hirano is known for her roles as in the franchise, in , Konata Izumi in , and in. Voice Artist Database in Japanese. Anpanman: toy star of Nanda and Lunda Kokin-chan 2017 Lucy Heartfilia 2017 Go! In May 2011, Hirano released a compilation album titled Aya Museum. Archived from on June 11, 2007. Hirano's first solo single under the record label was "", which was released on March 8, 2006; the title track was used as the opening theme of the visual novel Finalist. She won the Voice Acting Award at the 2007 for her breakthrough role as Haruhi Suzumiya, the Best Newcomer Award at the in 2007, and won the Best Lead Actress award at the in 2008. While not malignant, the tumor exerts pressure on certain motor functions, resulting in temporary memory loss, loss of vision and slurring of speech. The first episode offers only a pathetically weak and unimaginative effort, however, with the only bright spot being a decent light-rock closer sung by Aya Hirano. The Japanese dub sounds less irritating, however, primarily because Aya Hirano works the same magic she later uses in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya in turning Mai into a mildly palatable character. 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. 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. In 2016, after a stint in the musical in Tokyo, Hirano spent four months studying English and voice in New York. Archived from on November 30, 2007. On the Japanese side, the dub is most notable for giving a 15-year-old Aya Hirano, who voices Lumière, her first co-starring role. 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. Hirano also pioneered the " voice actor" crossover that became popular beginning in the late 2000s. Her tenth single "Hysteric Barbie" was released on June 23, 2010. Archived from on May 7, 2016. In 2016, after appearing at a stage play in Tokyo, she went to New York to study abroad for four months. 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. In 1998, she joined the Tokyo Child Theatrical Group division of the company. Archived from on February 28, 2008. She spent a few of her very early years of life in America before returning to Japan. In 2007, she continued to enjoy great success in her career, landing the role of in the anime version of. This success was followed by her voicing lead characters in anime based on popular ; in and in. To promote the single, she created a Twitter account which was originally intended to be only used for one day; however, she would continue to use the account after the promotion had ended. Days later, on August 27, she posted a message on her Twitter account, confirming that she had resumed new voice acting roles in anime. She then returned to music in 2012 and was signed to the record label. Hirano's portrayal of the character both in the anime and on live television made her one of the earliest examples of the "idol voice actor" trend that gained popularity in the late 2000s. Hirano released her seventh single "" on April 23, 2008; the title track was used as the ending theme to the anime series. Archived from on February 2, 2009.。

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