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Brianne Siddall

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Brianne Brozey
Born Brianne Chierighino Siddall
(1963-08-25) August 25, 1963 (age 50)
West Virginia, United States
Other names Brianne Sidall, Brianne Brozey, Ian Hawk, Jetty E. Bumpy, Jetta Bird
Occupation Voice Actress
Years active 1982–present
Agent The TGMD Talent Agency
Notable credit(s) .hack//SIGN
as Tsukasa
as Calumon/Tommy Himi
Outlaw Star
as Jim Hawking
Power Rangers: Time Force
as Circuit
Tales of Symphonia
as Mithos Yggdrasill

Brianne Siddall (born August 25, 1963) is an American voice actress. She is usually cast in the short kid role of a timid young boy. She was also a voice actress during the Power Rangers era who was active in the franchise until it moved to New Zealand in 2003. Although she voiced many different monsters, she was also the voice of an ally, that being Circuit in 2001's PR incarnation, Power Rangers: Time Force (and in 2002 during the Wild Force/Time Force team-up, Reinforcements from the Future, reprised her role as Circuit's voice).


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  • Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
  • Internet Movie Database
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