Brittney Karbowski is an American voice actress who has voiced in a number of English-language versions of Japanese anime series for Funimation, Sentai Filmworks and ADV Films.
Karbowski started her acting career in theater productions such as Little Shop of Horrors, Seussical, and Pirates of Penzance in Houston, Texas. While playing Janet in a local stage production of The Rocky Horror Show, she was noticed by a director from ADV Films. Her start into the anime business occurred in 2004, when she was asked to be an extra in the series Gantz. By December 2006 she stated that Fuko from Gilgamesh was her favorite dub as she thought the character was “cute and wicked, but wicked in a good way”. She eventually received starring roles as Himeko Katagiri in Pani Poni Dash and as Aoba Tsuzaki in Jinki: Extend through her work at ADV Films. Karbowski started voicing for Funimation in 2007 with a starring role as Mai in Itsudatte My Santa!. She also expanded her voice acting to other venues when she voiced her first video game character in 2007 as Pinkun in Akiba’s Beat. ADV Films ultimately ceased operations in 2008, and several properties were transferred to Funimation. It was also during this time that she voiced the lead heroine Ayu Tsukimiya in Kanon after the title transfer had taken place. Karbowski has since dubbed dozens of characters including both major and minor roles through Funimation.
Karbowski has also had roles in films such as Celie in Up & Down, Susie in Puncture and a backpack girl in The Starving Games. She was slated to be a lead character Zax in the science fiction Code of Evil. Karbowski starred in the 2014 horror film Atrocity.