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Amy Birnbaum is a Actor American born on 14 april 1975

Amy Birnbaum

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Birth name Amy Birnbaum
Nationality USA
Birth 14 april 1975 (45 years)

Amy Birnbaum (born April 14, 1975) is an American voice actress and singer, who works on the properties of 4Kids Entertainment. She has done many voiceovers for cartoons, mainly dubbing for English versions of anime. Her works can be found in anime dubs such as Pokémon, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, Sonic X (including many of the recent video games), Magical DoReMi, and G.I. Joe: Sigma 6. Overall, Birnbaum is best known for voicing Téa Gardner in Yu-Gi-Oh!, Charmy Bee from the Sonic the Hedgehog games, and Max of the Pokémon anime.

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Filmography of Amy Birnbaum (6 films)

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Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, 1h40
Directed by Darren Dunstan, Kunihiko Yuyama
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about computing, Jeu, Films about video games, Films based on video games, Children's films
Actors Veronica Taylor, Ikue Ōtani, Rica Matsumoto, Rachael Lillis, Eric Stuart, KAORI
Roles Max
Rating68% 3.44843.44843.44843.44843.4484
In the legendary past, before the creation of Poké Balls, an aura-guiding hero Pokémon named Lucario sensed two armies about to clash at Cameron Palace in Kanto. He told his master, Sir Aaron, while he was being attacked by a group of Houndoom. During the battle, Lucario was blinded, and he used his Aura Sphere to eliminate the Houndoom.
Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys, 1h38
Directed by Kunihiko Yuyama
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about computing, Jeu, Films about video games, Films based on video games, Children's films
Actors Veronica Taylor, Rica Matsumoto, Amy Birnbaum, Eric Stuart, KAORI, Yūji Ueda
Roles Max
Rating61% 3.0592253.0592253.0592253.0592253.059225
A mysterious meteorite is hurtling towards the earth. During its entry into the atmosphere, it almost wounds Rayquaza, a sky guardian living in the ozone layer. The meteorite crashes into a polar zone, revealing two egg-shaped objects. The purple egg regenerates into a Deoxys and picks up the green egg. Rayquaza descends from the ozone layer to fight the invader (believing it to be an enemy). A battle ensues, destroying a nearby research site and traumatizing a young boy, scared by a stampede of Spheal, Sealeo, and Walrein. The purple Deoxys engages Rayquaza and the two take turns delivering devastating blows to each other, but the fight draws to a conclusion when Rayquaza surprises the alien Pokémon and fires a point blank Hyper Beam at it. Deoxys goes back to egg form and falls into the sea, while some researchers take the green egg with them. Beneath the sea, the injured Deoxys regenerates and waits. The green egg appears somewhere in Hoenn.
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie, 1h26
Origin Japon
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Comedy, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes L'adolescence, Films about education, Films about children, L'enfance marginalisée, Children's films, Films about school violence
Actors Shunsuke Kazama, Hiroki Takahashi, Kenjiro Tsuda, Junko Takeuchi, Tadashi Miyazawa, Kōji Ishii
Roles Téa Gardner
Rating50% 2.5091952.5091952.5091952.5091952.509195
The story takes places in the middle of the second anime, between the third and the fourth seasons, according to original chronology in Japan.
Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker, 1h21
Directed by Eric Stuart, Kunihiko Yuyama
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about computing, Jeu, Films about video games, Films based on video games, Children's films
Actors Rica Matsumoto, Veronica Taylor, KAORI, Ikue Ōtani, Fushigi Yamada, Eric Stuart
Roles Max (voice)
Rating58% 2.915682.915682.915682.915682.91568
The plot centers on Team Rocket and their newest base. The Pokémon of Team Rocket had managed to successfully captured three Whismur, which were to provide entertainment to Giovanni when he arrived. To force the Whismur to cooperate, Meowth had a baton that, when a switch was pressed on the end, made Pokémon dance uncontrollably.
Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns, 1h1
Genres Drama, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about computing, Jeu, Films about video games, Films based on video games, Children's films
Actors Veronica Taylor, Aurélien Ringelheim, Amy Birnbaum, Rikako Aikawa, Megumi Hayashibara, Eric Stuart
Rating64% 3.246593.246593.246593.246593.24659
Mewtwo, his heart having been softened by the selfless example of the human named Ash Ketchum back in his birthland in the eastern Kanto region, has now traveled to the western region of Johto in search of a location that is unreachable by the prying eyes and harsh judgments of humans for the sake of his band of cloned Pokémon, with whose welfare Mewtwo is solely concerned. He eventually finds the perfect hideaway: a huge mountain named Mt. Quena, surrounded by steep cliffs that are practically impossible to scale, but in its top is a forest and a freshwater lake that makes for a near-utopia for all the Bug Pokémon living there. This is a perfect fit for Mewtwo's band, so thus they settle in the top of Mt. Quena and begin a new, safe life, with Mewtwo watching over as their guardian, as he feels they cannot belong in the world as they were not born in it (Interestingly enough, he seems particularly close to the Pikachu and Meowth clones, possibly reflecting how important their templates were in his change of heart).
Pokémon 3: The Movie - Spell of the Unown, 1h31
Directed by Kunihiko Yuyama
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about computing, Jeu, Films about video games, Films based on video games, Children's films
Actors Rica Matsumoto, Mayumi Iizuka, Yūji Ueda, Ikue Ōtani, Megumi Hayashibara, Shin-ichiro Miki
Rating63% 3.1977853.1977853.1977853.1977853.197785
The film comes accompanied by a short mini-movie featuring Pikachu. In this mini-movie, Pikachu and his friends are left on a skyscraper in Big City by their trainers, who go off to prepare an unknown surprise for the Pokémon. Pikachu meets the Pichu Brothers, saving the younger one from falling off an opposite building. A group of Murkrow chase Pikachu off a flagpole, and he uses a group of Hoppip to reach the other side, sending Meowth who is window-cleaning, flying into a billboard. The Pichu Bros. assist Pikachu to return to his friends but they end up going on a journey across the city to the Pichu Bros' playground. On the way, they get chased by a Houndour who they later encounter again. The angry Houndour chases the three around until he nearly knocks the playground over. Pikachu, the Pichu Bros., Houndour and their assortment of friends manage to save the playground. Pikachu realizes it is nearly six o'clock and he must return to his friends before Ash, his trainer, does. Pikachu and the Pichu Bros. use a tire to get to the building, sending Meowth flying again. The three arrive in the nick of time, the Pichu Brothers departing. Ash, Misty and Brock arrive and take the Pokémon into a room where a party has been laid out for them in celebration of the first anniversary of Ash and Pikachu's meeting.