Christine Auten has dark brown hair.
Christine Auten appears with Kelly Manison in her first anime commentary done with video on the final volume of the Angelic Layer series.
Auten has a fondness for cats.
When ADV Flims was a smaller company and Auten had just begun her career as a voice actor, Auten worked with only two other voice actors: Brett Weaver and Amanda Winn.
Auten is a voice actor, producer, director, and singer.
Auten has yet to find anything more challenging then her time dubbing Priss Asagiri from Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040, which was her first star role.
Auten has mastered the skill of ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement) which is a professional dubbing technique that is very hard to learn.
Auten is an avid believer in accurate translations of Japanese to English cultural references.
Auten was involved in the adaptation of the anime Ghost Stories which had a very unceremonious transfer from its Japanese original to its English dub. She and her colleagues, however, were given full permission to alter the show from its original licensers, in order to better sell it to western audiences.
Auten's first involvement in voice acting was a small part in Compiler (White Compiler) before she moved on to Priss from Bubblegum Crisis
Christine Auten, along with her fellow voice actors, won Best Cast for their work on Fullmetal Alchemist at the first ever American Anime Awards. These awards were hosted in New York, Feb 24 2007.
Auten was one of the eight Babes of Anime which hosted the first ever American Anime Awards. These awards were hosted in New York, Feb 24 2007.
Christine's first theatrical film character was a bookworm in the middle of a rebellion against a theocratic order on the rise in Texas. It was filmed in 2005 and called After Twilight.
Christine is especially talented because she voices her own singing in her dub roles such as Sakaki from Azumanga Daioh and Priss Asagiri from Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040.
Christine Auten has been dubbing for ADV films since 1998. She's also worked with Funimation.
Christine's first project as an ADR Director is Best Student Council.
Christine was one of the voice actors filmed in the DVD extra for Princess Tutu Volume 1. She is seen voicing and timing her lines.
(when asked if she was a fan of anime)
Christine: I'd have to say that I am more of a general fan. Like anyone else I suppose, there are certain shows I like more than others. I'm rather fond of Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040, but I also really like RahXephon and Azumanga Daioh.
(talking about random things she likes about her work)
Christine: And that's kind of the neat thing about this, it's like "oh you watched Orphen too? You liked that? Great!" Just finding people who, it's just such an amazing thing, that if you like something, there were other people who like it too, and you can find SOMEWHERE somebody who likes that stuff.
(when asked if she'd ever had good work ruined by bad edits)
Christine: [laughs] You know what? In movies, in acting that I've done in movies, absolutely. But I tell you, the engineers that we work with over at ADV and Funimation are… gods. If anything, they save… everything. [laughs] There's a line that's three flaps over? Shrink it! It's because of them that dubbing has gotten so good. It's because of our engineers. They are just incredible. They are just absolutely incredible.
(when asked if there was a role she really wanted)
Christine: I really wanted to do Noir.
(when asked about characters she liked voicing)
Christine: RahXephon is really amazing. I had a lot of fun with Elvy. I'm also pretty proud of Genie in Rune Soldier.
(after being asked how it's like hearing her voice coming from an animated character)
Christine: Oh, it's weird at first, but you get used to it. Sometimes when I'm watching a show that I've done, I forget that it's my voice at all.