Futaba voice actress Erica Lindbeck deleted her Twitter account following a row over a Futaba AI cover video that used her voice. Fans defended the voice actress, calling out the efforts of monetizing her voice without her permission.

Meanwhile some people on Twitter blamed her for “running a harassment campaign over a harmless video”

Who is Erica Lindbeck?

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, and raised in Greenville, North Carolina, Erica Lindbeck is an American actress. Before deciding to major in acting at the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television, she took part in numerous local community theater and school performances.

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Erica is well known for providing the voices for many different characters in films, video games, and television shows, such as Loona from Helluva Boss, Cassie Cage from Mortal Kombat 11, Black Cat in Spider Man (2018 video game), Barbie from Barbie: Dolphin Magic, Barbie: Spy Squad, and Barbie: Star Light Adventure (as well as the Hello Barbie doll), and Cheelai in Dragon Ball Super: Broly and Super Hero.

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Her list of voice acting credits also include Emira from The Owl House, Loa from Pacific Rim: The Black, Jessie Rasberry from Final Fantasy VII Remake, Alyson Ronan from Tell Me Why, Elora from Arcane, Mustard/Barista/Assistant/The Princess from Smiling Friends, Daki from Demon Slayer, Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers in Marvel Future Avengers, Marvel Future Evolution and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: the Black Order, Misty and Meredith from Cyberpunk 2077, Kaori from Your Lie in April, Futaba Sakura from Persona 5, Blaze the Cat/Omochao from Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: 2020, Jane Foster from Avengers Assemble, as well as many others.