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Been voice acting for 9 years and still doing it! Email at kimlinhtranvo@gmail.com if you want me to check out your voice acting opportunity!

Kimlinh Tran @Hnilmik

29, Female

Voice Actress

Southern CA, USA

Joined on 6/2/08

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Comments (14)

wow. you sure got a lot of stuff to do. very bizzy..

and im sorry for you about your grandpa :C. i know that feeling...

Blimey, so much voice!
And I should really practice the 100 hands thing myself, or just get into a habit of doing x amount of drawing a day!
And I'm sorry to hear about your Grandpa, I lost my Grandmother about 2 months back, so I know how tough it can get. Hope you're ok!

I hope your okay H. :<

Art sure is a wonderful coping tool; what with stressful depressing situations in life and all.
the one hundred hands and they're representative actions felt like what that person has done is what impacted the most of their time up to this point. Looking at it makes me feel appreciative of what i have done, what i am doing, and what i will do in the future.

It's quite endearing for artists to share life experiences with each other; it shows that there is great deal of trust between artists and viewers.

Also, good luck on current and future projects!

Sorry for the loss of your Grandpa; it must be very hard (I haven't lost any of my close relatives). Anyways, nice job in TOME and DBZ Abridged. I'll have to try that 100 hands thing sometime, it sounds neat.

Wow itâEUTMs great to see you doing so well Hnilmik! You are definitely a super nice person with buckets of talent pouring out of you! ^^ Hopefully people will get to hear the awesome "evil bird" sounds you did in my cartoon this year and it can help add to that 200 record for ya! Every little bit counts right? lol ;D

~Also best wishes to you and your family for the loss :[

::hugsh hugsh!::

And yush, every single bit works, 'cause that's exactly how I accumulated such a massive body of work! 'Still camping for your animation!!

I understand your grandpa thing, i lost mine a while ago, still keep pictures of him above my computer desk, almost cried myself while writing this, remember, he probably wouldn't want you to be so sad you couldn't do what you love doing. best of luck, looking forward to that 200 announcement

It's gotta be hard, and dedicating 49 days... It's impressed. I'm curious about those mourning rituals, to be honest.

Off-topic: Well, I don't have Facebook, and there's many people that I know whom no longer use FB, so yeah. I prefer big monthly updates rather than daily info scrapes for updates, and that happens with many things.

Mine's gone too... Parkinson's took him. I bawled when I got back from the funeral...
But on a more cheery note; DUST LOOKS AWESOME and Detective Grimoire is appealing.
I also laughed at Granda.

I'm gonna try the 100 hands thing...

Sorry for your loss. You really have a gifted talent and your grandpa would be proud
to see you succeed in the future for what you are now.

sorry fo your loss. I can kinda relate to this....

Bless you, it's never easy to lose someone. I'm sure everyone here can relate and you have many people to lean on. I hope this time of mourning is a smooth and peaceful one. Also, keep up the stellar work, you have to be one of the most gifted and talented voice-actresses I've ever had the pleasure of hearing.

i seriously sorry for your loss cuz i lose mine too, 3 years ago and i know the feeling

Sorry for your loss mate. I have been listening to your voice acting (some of which i don't even realize was you) And I'm pretty sure your grandpa is proud of ya...We sure are.

(out of curiosity, what's your nationality? I thought you were american at first, but that don't seem to be the case.)

xP I AM American! Both of my parents are Vietnamese and I was born in the US~ So I suppose I'm a 1st generation Vietnamese-American!