Voice and On-Camera
Luci is a prolific veteran voice actor of hundreds of anime and game titles, including voicing Ochaco in the current hit show My Hero Academia. She's also a narrator of audiobooks, corporate videos, and e-learning projects, and is a long-time commercial voice talent. On-camera, she's appeared in numerous
commercials, industrials, and film projects, recently playing opposite Tessa Thompson in the film Little Woods. Whether working out of her home studio or coming to collaborate in your space, Luci's superpower is being fun, flexible, and exceptional to work with while helping you create an awesome product. :)
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NEWS AND UPDATES
MY HERO ACADEMIA 'HEROES RISING' PREMIERE
A whole bunch of the cast hit Los Angeles for the premiere of the latest My Hero Academia movie. It was so exciting to get to watch the finished product with so many great friends and fans - the whole thing was electric. I can truly say it was like nothing I've ever experienced before, and I'll treasure that memory forever.
DUBBING FROM HOME DURING A PANDEMIC
During quarantine for COVID-19, safety is huge concern for everyone and work has understandably taken a backseat to prioritizing health and safeguards. I was so touched when my friends at Funimation reached out to find a way to continue dubbing My Hero Academia in a way that would keep everyone safe. Seeing their faces on my monitor and working with them to bring new episodes to fans during this difficult time was a total joy. Three cheers for clever, creative people finding a way to play! Click to watch a fun little video they shared to commemorate this totally new - for me - way to record anime.
VISIONCON LIVE INTERVIEW
Man, I've missed talking shop with fun people at cons! Zack reached out and invited me to be a part of this fun interview series, and it was just a joy. Thanks to him and all the Visioncon team - I hope I get to meet y'all in person someday.
2021 AUDIE AWARD NOMINEE - ROMANCE
Call Me Maybe by Cara Bastone, Narrated by Luci Christian and Neil Hellegers
I was so honored to learn Call Me Maybe was nominated for an Audie! This is the first time I've been nominated. Cara Bastone has written such a fun, sweet story, and Neil Hellegers was a dream to read with. Call Me Maybe is an Audible Original, and Sara Pagluica directed us over Amazon Chime as I read in my home studio in Houston and Neil was at his place in New York. The pandemic has been a fever dream, but the opportunities that came out of it - or maybe despite it? - make me feel incredibly lucky. Three cheers for Kal and Vera, and for everyone out there who keeps writing and telling good stories.