Michelle Ruff - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Michelle Ruff’s height is 5ft 3½in (1.61 m)

Michelle Suzanne Ruff is an American voice actress. She is known for her work in anime and video games. In her early voicework career, she used her mother’s name, Georgette Rose, as a pseudonym. Some of her notable roles include: Chi in Chobits, Rukia Kuchiki in Bleach, Aoi Sakuraba in Ai Yori Aoshi, Yoko Littner in Gurren Lagann, and Yuki Nagato in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. In the more recent Resident Evil games, she voices Jill Valentine.

First Name: Michelle
Last Name: Ruff
Born: 22nd September, 1966, Detroit, Michigan
Height: 5ft 3½in (1.61 m)
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Nationality: American
Occupation: Voice Actress
Filmography: Baiohazâdo reberêshonzu 2 (2015), Whiplash (2014), The LEGO Movie Videogame (2014), Hatched (2014), Ultra Street Fighter IV (2014), Friends of the Jungle (2014), Judge Dredd: Superfiend (2014), Friends: Emma’s Dilemma (2014), Friends: Country Girls (2014), Epic (2013), The Wind Rises (2013), Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan: Demon Capital (2013), Jungle Master (2013), Drag-On Dragoon 3 (2013), Friends: Dolphin Cruise (2013), Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet (2013), Friends: Stephanie’s Surprise Party (2013), Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (2013), Unchained Blades (2013), Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time (2012), Resident Evil: Revelations (2012), Dragon’s Dogma (2012), Skullgirls (2012), Friends: New Girl in Town (2012), Fire Emblem: Awakening (2012), Lunar: Silver Star Story Touch (2012), Lupin the Third: A Woman Called Fujiko Mine (2012), Zetman (2012), Pom Pom and Friends (2012), NeverDead (2012), Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters (2011, Short Film), Sonic Generations (2011), Fate/Zero (2011, TV Show), Mix Master: Final Force (2011), Cyrus (2010), Yogi Bear (2010), Iron Man (2010, TV Show), The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya (2010), Bleach: Hell Verse (2010), Pom Pom and Friends: The Big Mystery (2010), Gods Eater Burst (2010), Blazblue: Continuum Shift (2010), Pom Pom and Friends: Pom Pom the Hero (2010), Bride Wars (2009), Redline (2009), Kaseki choushinka Supekutobusu: Orijinzu (2009), Biohazard: Degeneration (2008), Gekijô ban Bleach: Fade to Black – Kimi no na o yobu (2008), Time Hollow (2008), Gekijô ban Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion – Mô hitotsu no hyôrinmaru (2007), Digimon Data Squad (2007, TV Show), Lucky Star (2007, TV Show), Tengen toppa gurren lagann (2007, TV Show), Naruto: Shippûden (2007, TV Show), Blue Dragon (2007, TV Show), Bleach: Memories of Nobody (2006), Ghost in the Shell: Solid State Society (2006, TV Movie), Over the Hedge (2006), Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (2006, TV Show), The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (2006, TV Show), Idaten Jump (2006, TV Show), Makai senki disgaea (2006, TV Show), Tokko (2006, TV Show), Kekkaishi (2006, TV Show), Bleach: Shattered Blade (2006), Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (2005), Gekijô-ban Naruto: Daigekitotsu! Maboroshi no chitei iseki dattebayo! (2005), Thru the Moebius Strip (2005), IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix (2005, TV Show), Kôkyô shihen Eureka Sebun (2005, TV Show), MÄR: Märchen Awakens Romance (2005, TV Show), Zatch Bell! (2005, TV Show), Battle B-Daman (2005, TV Show), Kamichu! (2005, TV Show), Koi kaze (2004, TV Show), Bleach (2004, TV Show), DearS (2004, TV Show), Duel Masters (2004, TV Show), Girls Bravo (2004, TV Show), God, Save Our King! (2004, TV Show), Destiny of the Shrine Maiden (2004, TV Show), Lost (2004, TV Show), Monster (2004, TV Show), Paranoia Agent (2004, TV Show), Rave Master (2004, TV Show), Soukyû no fafunâ (2004, TV Show), What the Bleep Do We Know!? (2004), Hikari to mizu no Daphne (2004, TV Show), Ai yori aoshi ‘enishi’ (2003, TV Show), Gungrave (2003, TV Show), Last Exile (2003, TV Show), Onegai Twins (2003, TV Show), R.O.D the TV (2003, TV Show), Scrapped Princess (2003, TV Show), SD Gundam Force (2003, TV Show), Shingetsutan tsukihime (2003, TV Show), Wolf’s Rain (2003, TV Show), Gad Guard (2003, TV Show), Rumic Theater: Mermaid Forest (2003, TV Show), Someday’s Dreamers (2003, TV Show), Stellvia (2003, TV Show), Immortal Grand Prix (2003, TV Show), The Grudge (2002), WXIII: Patlabor the Movie 3 (2002), Bluer Than Indigo (2002, TV Show), Chobits (2002, TV Show), Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002, TV Show), Naruto (2002, TV Show), Please Teacher! (2002, TV Show), Speed Racer X (2002, TV Show), The Twelve Kingdoms (2002, TV Show), Witch Hunter Robin (2002, TV Show), Space Pirate Captain Harlock: The Endless Odyssey (2002, Short Film), Ground Defense Force Mao-chan (2002, TV Show), Heat Guy J (2002, TV Show), Overman King-Gainer (2002, TV Show), Digimon: Island of the Lost Digimon (2002), Kaubôi bibappu: Tengoku no tobira (2001), Cyborg 009 (2001, TV Show), Gate Keepers (2001, TV Show), Janguru wa itsumo hare nochi Guu (2001, TV Show), Mahoromatic (2001, TV Show), Samurai Girl: Real Bout High School (2001, TV Show), Scryed (2001, TV Show), The Oblongs (2001, TV Show), X (2001, TV Show), Cosmo Warrior Zero (2001, TV Show), Love Hina Spring Special (2001, TV Movie), A Little Snow Fairy Sugar (2001, TV Show), Cardcaptor Sakura: The Sealed Card (2000), Megami kouhosei (2000), Argentosoma (2000, TV Show), Hajime no ippo (2000, TV Show), Love Hina (2000, TV Show), Mayonaka no tantei Nightwalker (2000, TV Show), Vandread (2000, TV Show), Boys be… (2000, TV Show), Brigadoon: Marin to Melan (2000, TV Show), Love Hina Christmas Special: Silent Eve (2000, TV Movie), Kero-chan ni omakase! (2000, Short Film), Hunt for the Sword Samurai (2000), Puppet Princess (2000), Attack the Gas Station! (1999), Curb Your Enthusiasm (1999, TV Show), Digimon: Digital Monsters (1999, TV Show), GTO (1999, TV Show), The Big O (1999, TV Show), Arc the Lad (1999, TV Show), Black Heaven (1999, TV Show), Dual! Paralle lunlun monogatari (1999, TV Show), Omishi mahou gekijou Risky Safety (1999, TV Show), Wild ARMs: Twilight Venom (1999, TV Show), Devadasy (1999), Di Gi Charat (1999), Trigun (1998, TV Show), Kidô senshi Gandamu: Dai 08 MS shôtai – Mirâzu ripôto (1998), Kidô senshi Gundam: Dai 08 MS shôtai (1996, TV Show), Rurouni Kenshin: Wandering Samurai (1996, TV Show), Ninja Cadets! (1996), Apocalypse Zero (1996), Jinzô ningen Hakaidâ (1995), Kishin dôji Zenki (1995, TV Show), Tokyo Mafia (1995), Tokyo Mafia 2 (1995), Kaitou Saint Tail (1995, TV Show), Metal Fighter Miku (1995, TV Show), Magic Knight Rayearth (1994, TV Show), Marmalade Boy (1994, TV Show), Sailor Moon (1992, TV Show), Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (1991), Akira (1988), Project A 2 (1987), Lupin the Third: The Secret of Mamo (1978), Lupin the 3rd (1977, TV Show), The Mysterians (1957), Catherine (-)

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