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Amanda Celine Miller (born September 10, 1987) is an American voice actress and ADR Writer known for her voicework in audiobooks, commercials, English dubs for anime, animation, and video games. Her major roles include Makoto Kino / Sailor Jupiter, in the Viz Media re-dub of the classic Sailor Moon series and the new Sailor Moon Crystal series, Takeru Aizawa in Squid Girl, and Boruto Uzumaki in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. She is also known for voicing in Danganronpa video game series such as the antagonist, Junko Enoshima in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, the protagonist Toko Fukawa in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls, also Shirokuma in Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls, and Sully and Cherche in the video game Fire Emblem Awakening. She was selected as the Breakthrough Actress of the Year by Behind The Voice Actors in their annual Dub Anime Awards for 2014.

Since 2018, she currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.


Makoto Kino, otherwise known as Sailor Jupiter, is arguably one of Amanda C. Miller's most notable roles. A longtime Sailor Moon fan, Miller auditioned for every female part in the series but became ecstatic when she discovered that she was cast as Sailor Jupiter. Miller cites Sailor Jupiter as her favorite character. On describing the similarities between her and Sailor Jupiter, Miller said, "I'm a lot like Makoto because we were both the tallest kid in our class. I was, like, 5'7” when I was in fifth grade ... I did play hockey on a boys’ team. I played goalie. So, I think that I have the tomboy aspect—and I love green—but also what I love about the character is that she was very tough but she was also equally as feminine. She was just so ‘I like to ice skate, I like to nerd out over cute boys,’ and I just love that about her. I think we both share that. Like we’re both feminine, but we'll also kick your butt." Miller cited actor Harvey Fierstein as an influence on voicing Makoto.


Live-Action Dubbing

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Animation Dubbing

Animated Series

  • Lastman (2016) - Tallulah, Additional Voices

Animated Films

Anime Dubbing


OVA & Specials

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Video Game Dubbing



VSI Los Angeles

Bang Zoom! Entertainment




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