| Dallas, Texas, U.S.|
| Mary Collins Agency|
| Brina Michelle Palencia|
February 13, 1984 (age 31) (1984-02-13) Oklahoma, U.S.
Gino Palencia (brother)
Star‑Crossed, Appleseed Alpha, Chariot, Evangelion: 20 You Can (Not, The Ghost of Goodnigh
J Michael Tatum, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Natalie Hall, John Burgmeier, Shinji Aramaki
University of North Texas
Brina Palencia Wikipedia
Brina Michelle Palencia (born February 13, 1984) is an American actress and singer who voices a number of English-language dubs of Japanese anime shows. She provides the voice for Vi Graythorn in Case Closed, Tony Tony Chopper in One Piece, Eve in Black Cat, Honoka Sakurai in Suzuka, Ai Enma in Hell Girl, Ciel Phantomhive in Black Butler, Holo in Spice and Wolf, Juvia in Fairy Tail, and Ryoko Okami in Okami-san and Her Seven Companions. In live-action work, she starred as Sophia in The CW's short-lived science fiction romantic drama Star-Crossed, and she had a role as Ana in an episode of The Walking Dead. She starred as LuAnn in the indie horror film Lumberjack Man which was broadcast on cable television.
Palencia was born and raised in Oklahoma. As a child, Palencia lived in Honduras until she was 4. Throughout her childhood she went back and forth between La Ceiba, Honduras and Owasso, Oklahoma. Her brother, Gino Palencia, works at Funimation as an ADR engineer and production assistant.
Palencia eventually settled in Dallas, Texas. She graduated from Weatherford High School in 2002. While studying at the University of North Texas (UNT), she was influenced by the anime series, Dragon Ball Z. After graduating from UNT with a Bachelor of Arts in Music in 2006, she began her career as a voice actress for Funimation. Palencia was also a director, but eventually decided to become a full-time actress.
Apart from her adult female voices, Palencia has been cast in younger male and female roles as well. She was formerly one of the hosts of GameStop TV and was seen in several independent films such as The Ladies of the House and Lumberjack Man. In 2014, she had a starring role as Roman's younger sister Sophia in The CW's science fiction romantic drama Star-Crossed.