• Reina Scully is an actress, YouTuber and translator with Japanese and American nationality and an Asian ethnicity, born on 21 August 1988
• She is mostly known for her eponymous YouTube channel, as well as her work on many other networks such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook
• She is part of the Super Panic Frenzy YouTube channel and is hosting the podcast “Boys Only Club”
• She started her acting career in 2016 and has since voiced many roles, most recently in the upcoming short science fiction film “Mecha-Ude”
• Her hobbies include playing video games, traveling, watching movies and condemning the actions of YouTuber Logan Paul
Reina Scully’s ethnicity and nationality
Reina Scully was born in Japan on 21 August 1988 – her zodiac sign is Leo, her ethnicity is Asian and she holds both American and Japanese nationality. She is an actress, YouTuber and a translator, who might be known best for her eponymous YouTube channel onto which she mostly uploads content related to animes.
Childhood and education
Reina was raised in the US as her family moved there once she turned three – she has no siblings, and her parents are both working in the field of law.
Christmas is my favorite 🎄
Even if it’s 2020 🥲 pic.twitter.com/WRcYvR3iMG
— Reina Scully (@ReinaScully) December 3, 2020
She became interested in Japanese culture at a very early age as she began watching anime and listening to their music, while she also started playing video games and spent most of her spare time with boys rather than with girls. Reina attended a local high school at which she was physically active, as she played soccer for the school’s team and also practiced playing the guitar, and her acting skills with the school’s drama club. After she matriculated in 2006, she chose not to enroll at a college, but to find a job to financially support herself.
Reina’s channel is today subscribed to by over 400,000 people, and counts close to 26 million views of all her videos combined – besides anime, she also uploads other content related to Japan, such as videos concerning its language and culture. Two of her most popular videos are “What a Modern Japanese House Looks Like | House Tour” as it has been watched close to 3.5 million times since 7 November 2016, and “MECHA UDE Full Episode English Dub”, which has been viewed over 1.8 million times since 11 May 2019.
She is also active on several other social media networks including Instagram, on which her account is followed by over 150,000 people, while she has uploaded more than 1,500 pictures most of which have been taken during her everyday life. She has been active on Twitter since October 2010, and has over 150,000 followers. Reina is also has a Facebook page, which counts close to 14,000 followers.
She is also known for having worked as a SourceFed (YouTube channel) host in March 2014, and helped them win the 2014 Streamy Award for News and Current Events.
Today, Reina is part of the Super Panic Frenzy YouTube channel, and is hosting the podcast “Boys Only Club”, together with Suptic.
Reina launched her acting career in 2016, when she played Oompa Loompa in the episodes “Steve Quits Comedy” and “Your Favorite Movie Characters Gender Swapped” of the comedy series “Nuclear Family”, a parody of pop culture and internet trends which starred Bree Essrig, Matt Lieberman and Steve Zaragoza. In the same year, Reina appeared in the episode “Our 1 Year Anniversary!!!!” of the news comedy series “People Be Like”.
Reina made her voicing debut in 2017, when cast to lend her voice to Darla in the episode “Jasper Dies at the End” of the animated adventure comedy series “Camp Camp”, and in the same year voiced DJ Aoyama in the episodes “Crepe Craving” and “Popcorn Panic” of the animated series “Urahara”. She went on to voice Daichi in the short drama film “Maydeleh and the Prisoner”, written and directed by Maya Ben Yair and which starred Nami Paix, Milt Kogan and Stewart J. Zully – the story follows a holocaust survivor who remembers the time when she was little and had a Japanese caretaker named Haruka.
The year 2018 heard her voice Mistral Pilot in three episodes of the critically acclaimed animated action adventure series “RWBY”, which follows four teenage girls who are fighting monsters called the Grimm, then in the same year she played herself in the episode “Spring Breakdown” of the comedy series “Lifestyle Classic”. She reprised her voicing role as Mistral Pilot in the 2018 animated action adventure movie “RWBY: Volume 5”, while her most recent role has been in 10 episodes of the short comedy series “Sugar Pine 7”.
Reina has recently been cast to voice Aki Murasame in the English version of the upcoming short science fiction film “Mecha-Ude”.
Love life and relationships
Reina prefers to keep the details of her love life to herself, but it’s widely known that she is a married woman and that her other half is Michael Flusk. The two met at a cosplay event in the early 2010s, at which they were introduced by a mutual friend, and it was Reina who asked Michael out on a date is he is very shy and as she has claimed that he probably wouldn’t have made the first move. They became engaged in 2014, and married in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family in 2016.
Michael is a non-celebrity man, who is also a huge fan of everything that has anything to do with Japan – he likes to watch animes, movies made by the famous Studio Ghibli, and generally enjoys ‘all things nerdy’.
Reina hasn’t talked about any other men she might have been with before meeting Michael, so as of October 2020, she is married and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
Reina likes to play video games, and although she is mostly focused on Japanese animated games, she is also keen on playing a few of the most popular games of today, including “Fortnite” and “League of Legends”.
She likes to travel, especially around Asia, and has already been to many Asian countries – Reina is very sensitive when it comes to Japan, and has condemned the actions of the YouTuber Logan Paul who has uploaded a video onto his YouTube channel which features him showing a dead body in a Japanese forest, which is known as the place where many people go to commit suicide.
In her spare time and mostly late at night, Reina likes to watch movies featuring some of her favorite Japanese actors and actresses – Haruma Miura, Takeru Satoh and Suzu Hirose – such as “Attack on Titan”, “Kimi ni Todoke” and “Crows Zero 2”.
Age and height
Reina is 32 years old. She has long blonde hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) and she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs).
As of October 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $1 million.