Morgan Berry is a voice actor, singer, and YouTuber; best known for her voice roles in various anime television series, films, video games, and web series. Some of her most notable roles being in "My Hero Academia", "Pokemon: Twilight Wings", "Dragon Ball Super", "Fire Emblem", "Miraculous Ladybug", "Sword Art Online", "Borderlands 3", "Marvel Avengers Academy", "One Piece", "The Rising of the Shield Hero", "Food Wars", "Cells at Work", "Overlord", "Fruits Basket", "Megalo Box", "A Certain Magical Index", "Free!", "Touken Ranbu", "KanColle", "Smite", "Phantasy Star Online 2", the award winning film "The Boy and the Beast", and many more.
Morgan has worked with many prestigious companies including Disney, Nintendo, Cartoon Network / Adult Swim, Marvel Entertainment, SEGA, Netflix, Funimation, Rooster Teeth, Bandai Namco, Gearbox Software, Sanrio, Team Four Star, and various other notable establishments.
In addition to acting, Morgan is a professional recording artist and YouTube Personality under the name "The Unknown Songbird" with over 8 million views in total. As a professional singer, Morgan has performed at many prolific arenas including the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, the Toyota Center, the American Airlines Center, and Bass Hall.
~ Follow Morgan's adventures on Twitter! @TheMorganBerry
Before pursuing voice-over, Morgan's training as an actor began in 2004 with school theater, eventually joining a local performing arts program in 2007 where she began her vocal and dance training, as well as on-camera acting work. She went on to study the art of voice acting at KD Studio in 2014, and not too long after started voice acting at FUNimation that same year.
In 2008 Morgan sang her first lead solo at Bass Hall, quickly working her way up at the Christian Performing Arts Center. In 2009, Morgan joined the company's professional performing group as one of the lead singers. She then became one of the company's acting, dance, and choir teachers, also serving as a stage director, casting director, and occasionally a stage manager. Loving every aspect of the performing arts, she later left that company in the beginning of 2014 to become a solo artist and to further her acting career.