Ayaka Imamura Retires from Voice Acting Due to Worsening Health

Friday, June 29th, 2018

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Ayaka Imamura | Retirement Announcement

With Line talent agency has announced that voice actress Ayaka Imamura will retire from the entertainment industry at the end of the month due to her declining health. Imamura said her health started to worsen last year and has made it hard for her to focus.

Ayaka Imamura voiced Ange in Princess Principal, the main character of the series. Her first major role as a voice actress was as Miyabi Hotaka in Absolute Duo. She went on to voice other characters such as Teru Hayama in Three Leaves, Three Colors, Michiru Amatsuki in Takunomi., Misao Amari in Fate/EXTRA Last Encore, and Minaho Iina in Magic of Stella.

SOURCES: With Line Official Website, Mantan Web via Nijipoi, ANN

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