Nisha Rathode (Editor)

Julia Fletcher

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Name  Julia Fletcher
Role  Voice actress

Spouse  John DeMita (m. 1992)
TV shows  Dragon Slayer
Julia Fletcher Julia Fletcher screenshots images and pictures Giant Bomb

Children  Connor DeMita, Holly DeMita
Movies  The Animatrix, Kiki's Delivery Service, Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, The Second Renaissa, The Second Renaissa
Similar People  John DeMita, Jack Fletcher, Peter Chung, Mahiro Maeda, Yoshiaki Kawajiri

Julia Fletcher (born 1958), sometimes credited as Julia DeMita, is an American voice actress whose throaty, articulate vocals have graced many popular animated works and video games. Among her best-known roles are the Instructor (narrator) in The Animatrix: The Second Renaissance, Elma and Yunalesca in Final Fantasy X, Carmila in Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, Scaphandra and Judy in Aeon Flux, and Olmpias in the first four episodes of Reign: The Conqueror. She is married to voice actor John DeMita. They have two sons, Connor (born 1995) and Elliot Fletcher (born 1996). She also was voice cast for Orphan in Final Fantasy XIII.



  • Aeon Flux – Scraphandra, Judy, Additional voices
  • Dragon Slayer – Princess
  • Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals – Mid
  • Golgo 13: Queen Bee – Nursemaid
  • Kiki's Delivery Service – Ket's Aunt, Ket's Mother
  • Naruto – Haruna
  • Ninja Scroll – Nekome, Azami, Utsushiei
  • Pet Shop of Horrors – Jill, Mrs. Hayworth
  • Psycho Diver: Soul Siren – Kyoko Ayuhara
  • Reign – Olympias
  • Tekkaman Blade II – Aki Kisaragi, Dead-End
  • Tenchi Muyo! – Nagi (Tenchi Universe)
  • The Animatrix - The Second Renaissance – The Instructor
  • The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury – Merc Squad Leader
  • Twilight of the Dark Master – Chan Long
  • Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust – Carmilla
  • Vampire Princess Miyu – Maiko Yanagihara, Mrs. Oshima, Narrator
  • Video games

  • Final Fantasy X – Elma, Yunalesca
  • Final Fantasy X-2 – Elma
  • Final Fantasy XII – Judge Drace
  • Final Fantasy XIII – Orphan (Shell form, female half)
  • Project Sylpheed – Doris Egan
  • Valkyria Chronicles – Eleanor Varrot
  • Valkyria Chronicles II – Eleanor Varrot, Rene Randall
  • Awards and nominations

    Ovation Awards

  • 2009: Nominated for Lead Actress in a Play for the role of Anna in the Andak Stage Company production of "The Letters"
  • References

    Julia Fletcher Wikipedia