Mallorie Rodak is an American voice actress who has appeared in over 100 shows, movies, animation, and video games. She was nominated for Breakthrough Voice Actress of the Year in 2014 by Behind the Voice Actors.
Mallorie’s best-known anime voices include Yukino (Fairy Tail), Yumi (Senran Kagura), Yuki Mori (Star Blazers), High Elf Archer (Goblin Slayer), Solution Epsilon (Overlord), Nebra Silva (Black Clover), Rossweisse (High School DXD), Great Sage (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime), Turquoise (Dr. Stone), Prince of Wales (Azur Lane), Finè (Izetta), Orsola (A Certain Magical Index II), Kyoh Goshoin (Netoge), and Sayuki (Hensuki).
Other notable roles: Enishida (One Piece), Kinuha (Noragami), Queen (Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka), Carmilla Vanstein (Kemono Michi), Akimoto Senpai (Fruits Basket), Lasithi (Dimension W), Utako (Hinamatsuri), Adrian Andrews (Ace Attorney), Kotoe Kinukawa (Boogiepop), Miyuki Kujou (Shomin Sample), Mayumi (MIX), Yamato Toune (Ultimate Otaku Teacher), Minami (Tokyo ESP), Nishiki (Miss Caretaker of Sunohara), and Black Lizard (Rampo Kitan).
And if for some reason you didn’t catch any of those titles, her other voice acting credits include over 75 more anime shows and movies, including My Hero Academia, Monster Hunter Stories: Ride On, Tokyo Ghoul, Assassination Classroom, Ragnarok the Animation, Date A Live, Seraph of the End, Radiant, Kantai Collection, Darling in the Franxx, Nichijou, Cardcaptor Sakura, Garo: Vanishing Line, SSSS.Gridman, Love Live! Sunshine!!, Keijo!!!!!!!!, Fairy Gone, Tales of Zestiria the X, Afterlost, Divine Gate, Angels of Death, Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest, Barakamon, Heavy Object, Endro!, Stars Align, and Pop Team Epic, to name a few.
Outside of the wonderful world of anime, you can hear Mallorie as the voice of Da Ji in the video game Smite, Alicia in the game Dawnstar, and Agatha on the DnD podcast The Dungeon Booth.
Over the past decade, you may have heard Mallorie’s voice on hundreds of TV and radio commercials for brands like Pizza Hut, Jeep, Dish Network, Metro PCS, Ram Trucks, Albertsons, and more. One of Mallorie’s audiobook narrations for “True Crime from Texas Monthly” was named one of 2018’s Best Nonfiction Audiobooks by Library Journal.
Out of the booth and in front of the camera, Mallorie’s resume includes co-starring in an episode of The Long Road Home miniseries (National Geographic), as well as credits in The Vast of Night (Amazon Prime), GCB (ABC), Lone Star (Fox), and Chase (NBC/Jerry Bruckheimer), among other titles.
Mallorie has been acting and singing across the Midwest since she was a young girl. She holds a Master’s degree from Meadows School of the Arts at SMU in Dallas, TX, and two Bachelor degrees from Drury University in Springfield, MO, where she studied acting with Tony-nominated actor Robert Westenberg.
Follow Mallorie at @mall0rie on Twitter and @mmmallorie on Instagram. Can’t wait to meet you at a convention!