Here’s a video “Luduc versus le doublage” (Luduc vs. Dubbing) recorded at G-Anime 2013 in Gatineau which includes an interview with Terri Hawkes, the voice of Sailor Moon from the English dub of the Sailor Moon anime. This video is primarily in French but the portions with Terri Hawkes, which includes Sailor Moon saying lines from famous movies, are in English.
Mixed in with this are two French interviews, one with Olivier Visentin, an actor who dubs French voices for English movies such as the voice of Jonah Hill’s characters and the other with Jackie Berger who is best known as the voice of Estaban from the French dub of “Les Mystérieuses Cités d’or” or “The Mysterious Cities of Gold”, an anime show that was quite popular amongst French Canadians.
Here is the second panel by Terri Hawkes, the voice of Sailor Moon, from this year’s G-Anime convention in Gatineau. In this panel Terri talks about what it’s like working as an actor, writer and director in the entertainment industry. It’s mainly geared towards people who are interested in pursuing this kind of work. There is some mention of her time working on Sailor Moon so fans of the show should check it out.
This year at G-Anime Terri Hawkes, the English voice of Sailor Moon had two panels. Here is the first panel where Terri Hawkes discusses her time voicing Sailor Moon.
The next day Terri Hawkes ran another panel on acting, writing and directing as a professional. This panel didn’t have as much to do with Sailor Moon but may still be of interested to fans. It will be posted to the site in the near future.
Terri Hawkes, the voice actress most famous around these parts for voicing Sailor Moon in the majority of the first two seasons of the English dub, will appear as the English guest of honour at G-Anime 2013 this coming January. Check out their guest announcement in English or French for more details.
G-Anime is a yearly convention held in Gatineau, Quebec at the Palais des Congrès de Gatineau just minutes from downtown Ottawa. The convention will take place from Friday January 25th until Sunday January 27th. Registration is already open.
As an Ottawa native and frequent visitor of fine establishments in Gat City I will certainly be in attendance and hope to see some of you there.