Tiffany Grant Talks Tears to Tiara, Blue Drop dubs and more!


#1

[quote]Revolution of Evangelion recently uploaded a series of video interviews and panels with Tiffany Grant. Her answers to a series of questions not only revealed a lot about her role in EVA, and her process in ADR script writing, but we were given a bit of a peak into the English dub for Tears to Tiara.

Tiffany Grant is a prolific Voice Actor based in Texas, who has played roles in dozens of series from ADV and Funimation. She is perhaps best known for her portrayal of Asuka in ADV’s English adaptation of Neon Genesis Evangelion. She has also provided the voices for Satella in Chrono Crusade, Ryoku Subaru in Martian Sucessor Nadesico, Kuriko Kazetsubaki in Maburaho, Altena in Noir, not to mention many other roles in popular shows such as Ouran High School Host Club, Hell Girl, Orphen, Kaleido Star, and many more.

During the interview, Tiffany revealed that she will be playing the role of Morgan in Tears to Tiara, of which the dub is actively in production.

Tears to Tiara is a 26 episode fantasy series based on a Japanese RPG game. It focuses on the members of the Gael clan, lead by the Demon Lord Arawn (I like this guy!) who battle for freedom from the Holy Empire.

Morgan is a member of the Gael tribe and one of it’s mightiest warriors. She is an amazing fighter and a drinker without bottom.

Tffany also stated that she wrote the ADR scripts for the first 13 episodes, with her husband Matt Greenfield writing the second half of the show. In addtion, she also stated she will be voicing a “major character” in Blue Drop, as well as a few supporting characters.

In what is also some excellent news, and what many of us had been wishing for, Tiffany confirmed that Matt Greenfield will be directing the English language adaptation of Tears to Tiara!

And for the curious, YES, she will have an Irish accent! [/quote]

http://www.secretvisionsanime.com/index.php?news&nid=9


#2

Well, pretty much everyone on that show will probably have respective accents, I assume.

Ohhh, it’s not based on a japanese RPG, it’s based on a japanese eroge tactical RPG.

oo la la…


#3

I might do the upgrade for Tears and Blue Drop, I have both sub already. Hopefully they will make it fairly easy to do.


#4

Despite the lackluster video and sound quality, these are some interesting clips to watch, especially if you’ve never been able to attend any of Tiffany’s panels at a convention. She speaks very candidly and isn’t afraid to defend some of their translation decisions, which you have to admire. Though I did feel bad for her when she was being questioned during her lunch. (Not to mention the guy didn’t shut up and hardly gave her time to answer… :stuck_out_tongue: )

Anyway, I’m totally pumped for Tears to Tiara now! I can’t wait to hear Tiffany in an ADV/Seraphim dub again. The fact that Matt Greenfield will be directing is just icing on the cake! (You better buy this one Prede! :wink: )

I’m getting more excited about the Blue Drop dub as well. (Hopefully, it will be another Greenfield job!)


#5

[quote=dragonrider_cody]
Morgan is a member of the Gael tribe and one of it’s mightiest warriors. She is an amazing fighter and a drinker without bottom.[/quote]

I would have to disagree… Mo-chan has a very nice bottom. :wink: :silly:

Edit: I am trying to watch the interview, but it is painful for me to do so. I used to do video production professionally and watching such amateur work just galls me. I know that with a little bit of equipment I cold have produced a much better video that you can actually hear. I’ve finally turned off the audio and am just reading the titles-but without drop shadows or edging, they are hard to read half the time. :ohmy:


#6

[quote=Newshawk]

[quote=dragonrider_cody]
Morgan is a member of the Gael tribe and one of it’s mightiest warriors. She is an amazing fighter and a drinker without bottom.[/quote]

I would have to disagree… Mo-chan has a very nice bottom. :wink: :silly:[/quote]

I think Octavia would agree with you!


#7

Octavia does seem to have diverse taste…


#8

I just finished watching the the EPIC interview with Tiffany Grant. It has sparked interest to try and watch EVA again. Those clips of robot week on toonami brought tears in my eyes. I remember watching the first episodes of EVA and Nadesico during that week.


#9

Variety is the spice of life! :wink:


#10

[quote=redshirt1]
Octavia does seem to have diverse taste…[/quote]

Don’t ask, don’t tell…


#11

[quote=techieq]
I just finished watching the EPIC interview with Tiffany Grant. It has sparked interest to try and watch EVA again. Those clips of robot week on toonami brought tears in my eyes. I remember watching the first episodes of EVA and Nadesico during that week.[/quote]

Yeah, same here. I remember when I first saw a trailer for Nadesico it drove me nuts, because I knew I had seen that opening before. It took me forever to remember where I had watched it…lol Ah, back when Toonami and CN didn’t suck. Good times. Good times.


#12

was Nadesico distributed by ADV? I know the movie was, but I am not sure who did the tv series.


#13

[quote=techieq]
was Nadesico distributed by ADV? I know the movie was, but I am not sure who did the tv series.[/quote]

Yep, ADV did the series as well. It was re-released in a thin pack, complete with all the special features, in 2008. It appears to have been out of print since then. But the thin pack is still available at Right Stuf.

Nadesico, Martian Successor DVD Perfect Collection (Hyb) (Thinpak)


#14

I am very tempted to buy it. :slight_smile:

I just bought 3 box sets of anime this past week including newly released from Section 23. I will hold off til next month.