In her interview on the Pani Poni Dash DVD, Luci said her favorite subject in high school was English.
In November 2007, Luci announced her engagement to Michael on her myspace page. Luci posted a photo from her wedding in May 2008.
For the American Anime Awards 2007, Luci Christian was nominated for Best Actress for Princess Tutu, and Best Actress in a Comedy for her work in Desert Punk, Negima, and Nerima Daikon Brothers.
According to her actor commentary on D.N. Angel DVD Volume 2, Luci says she has a "snarky laugh" whenever she does these commentaries.
When asked about whether any of her family members watch her in action, Luci replied that her grandmother will occasionally scan Adult Swim to listen for Luci's voice acting.
The featurette on the Princess Tutu DVD Volume 1 has video footage of Luci in action as she does lines for her main character Duck.
When she voiced the lead character in Princess Tutu, Luci brought her ballet shoes to work. Before then she did some ballet in graduate school.
Luci's favorite animes, besides Full Metal Panic and Fullmetal Alchemist, include ones where she had a little more creative control, such as Super Gals! and Princess Tutu.
Luci got into voice acting through her agent's arrangements. ADV also held auditions at her talent agency and was auditioning in general for the cast of Full Metal Panic. Luci considers it "incredible timing".
Luci has a younger brother named Kevin who has been involved in politics in west Texas, even running for a state House seat.
Luci's parents were high school teachers who moved around different parts of Texas as she was growing up. Luci's dad was a high school football coach, and her mom was a band director and a drama instructor.
As she is the voice of the main character Ran Kotobuki in Super GALS, Luci recalls her favorite scenes from the series:
1) Ran's special juice that the loser of one of Ran's contests has to drink. It's a combination of all sorts of nasty foods and sauces.
2) The imaginary romantic dialogue that Greg Ayres does when Yuya talks and role-plays both himself and Ran.
3) The catfights between Ran and her rival Mami.
Luci's debut in anime voice acting was in Those Who Hunt Elves.
Luci participated in beauty pageants starring at three years old and until she was nine.
Luci's first starring role in an anime is teenager Kaname Chidori in Full Metal Panic.
One of Luci's earliest non-anime TV appearances was in a TV movie called Hell Swarm in 2000 where she played Cleo. She was also in a Walker, Texas Ranger episode and a TV series called Flip Flop which starred gymnast Mary Lou Retton.
Luci's favorite TV shows include: Sex and the City, Top Chef, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, and Project Runway.
Luci is one of the presenters at the first ever American Anime Awards to take place on February 24, 2007 in New York City.
Luci is 5'1", with brown hair and blue eyes.
Luci's favorite genre of movies is chick flicks. She also enjoys TV movies on A&E.
One of Luci's earliest convention appearances was for Metrocon which was held in July 2003 in Tampa, Florida. Since then, she has attended Metrocon for five consecutive years.
2004 - 2 appearances
2005 - 5 appearances
2006 - 6 appearances
2007 - 10 appearances
The furthest she has been for a con is Honolulu, for Kawaii Kon 2007.
In May 2006, Luci was interviewed and featured along with Hilary Haag and Christine Auten in an IGN Weekly video segment titled: The Babes of Anime.
Luci's theatre credits include the Alley Theatre and the John F. Kennedy Center in Houston.
Luci got her Bachelor's degree in Theatre from Angelo State University, in San Angelo, Texas, in 1995.
Luci graduated from Lousiana State University in 1998 with a Master's in Theatre.
On the Kodocha Volume 2 actor commentary, Luci remarked how her role as veteran actress Asako Kurumi was different from her usual voicing of younger girls, of which the latter group keeps her feeling young.
(while discussing the "How do I get into voice acting" question at an interview at Otakon 2004)
Luci: a large portion of it is just like anything in acting. It's being lucky. I didn't know about anime. Crispin Freeman told me about it, and I was like ani-what? I don't think any of us searched it out. It was something that we all kind of fell into. The doors open and you just walk through them.
(When asked at Otakon 2004 about her favorite dub character.)
Luci: My favorite is Ran in Super Gals. She's my alter ego; I just love her. It's like therapy without paying.