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Sarah Natochenny (born September 20, 1987) is an American voice actress, most famous for providing the English dub voice of the main character Ash Ketchum in the Pokémon anime series since 2006's "Battle Frontier".


Natochenny is a native of Forest Hills, Queens in New York City. When she was 12, she participated in the Junior Olympics where she won a bronze medal in rhythmic gymnastics. She has worked with the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute's Young Actors Program, Upright Citizens Brigade, and Magnet Theatre.

Natochenny recalled that she was 11 when the Pokémon anime started airing in English. She auditioned and landed the lead role of Ash Ketchum starting with the show's ninth season in 2006, replacing Veronica Taylor.

Natochenny also voices lead character Alicia on the Xbox 360 video game Bullet Witch. She appears in videos on the comedy website CollegeHumor.com. She has played roles in various comedy videos and independent films and recently wrote and edited her own character reel. Her impressions include Angelina Jolie, Lana del Rey, Natalie Portman, and Russell Brand.

In 2019, Natochenny was recognized with a SOVAS Award.

In late 2020, Sarah relocated to Los Angeles, California, but still continues to do dubbing work in New York.


Live-Action Dubbing

TV Series

  • Reality Z (2020-present) - Ro (ep. 1), Additional Voices
  • Valeria (2020-present) - Additional Voices

Animation Dubbing

Animated Series

  • Winx Club (2004-present) - Additional Voices (DuArt Dub)
  • Super 4 (2014-2017) - Twinkle
  • 44 Cats (2018-present) - Lampo, Igor, Baby Pie

Animated Films

Anime Dubbing


  • Pokémon Advanced Generation (2002-2006) - Ash Ketchum (eps. 146-192), Delia Ketchum (ep. 192), Female Reporter #B (ep. 153), Ninja #A (ep. 156), Girl with Red Hair (ep. 158), Girl with Green Hair (ep. 158), Battle Pike Referee (ep. 158), Girl (ep. 159), Woman #2 (ep. 160), Woman (ep. 165), Luna (ep. 166), Boy #B (ep. 166), Boy #C (ep. 166), Girl (ep. 166), Ledian's Trainer (ep. 176), Solidad (ep. 180), Corina (ep. 184), Trainer #1 (ep. 187), Additional Voices
  • Pokémon Diamond & Pearl (2006-2010) - Ash Ketchum, Delia Ketchum, Johanna, Prinplup's Trainer (ep. 4), Coordinator #C (ep. 10), Boy #C (ep. 11), Female Customer (ep. 24), Ryan (ep. 29), Cheryl (eps. 30-31), Holly (eps. 50-52), Female Team Galactic Grunts (ep. 69), Woman (ep. 77), Girl #2 (ep. 86), Lila (ep. 95), Female Team Galactic Grunt (eps. 110, 151), Woman in Couple (ep. 113), Female Reporter (ep. 115), Kid #B (ep. 121), Snorlax's Trainer (ep. 158) Young Leona (ep. 161), Girl in Pink Shirt (ep. 167), Customer #C (ep. 184), Girl #A (ep. 185), Girl #C (ep. 185), Additional Voices
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (2008-2011) - Additional Voices
  • Pokémon Best Wishes! (2010-2013) - Ash Ketchum, Delia Ketchum, Jewelry Woman (ep. 19), Woman #B (ep. 21), Food Kid (ep. 52), Old Lady (ep. 59), Skyla (eps. 66, 67, 103), Cassie (ep. 90), Kid #C (ep. 111), Additional Voices
  • Pokémon XY (2013-2016) - Ash Ketchum, Delia Ketchum, Rhyhorn Farmer (ep. 7), Girl #1 (ep. 124), Team Flare Grunt (ep. 133), Additional Voices
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V (2014-2017) - Aura Sentia
  • Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016-2019) - Ash Ketchum, Delia Ketchum, Pershie's Trainer (ep. 7), Karpy's Manager (ep. 113), Additional Voices
  • Pokémon Journeys: The Series (2019-present) - Ash Ketchum, Delia Ketchum, Commercial Voice (ep. 81), Additional Voices

OVAs & Specials

Anime Films

Video Game Dubbing

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