Leyla Rangel (born October 10th, 1985) is a Mexican voice actress who voices for the Mexican dub for Thomas & Friends.
She is most for being the voice of Hermione Granger since the fourth Harry Potter film, Ami in "Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi", Ahsoka Tano in "Star Wars: The Clone Wars", Kagome Higurashi from "InuYasha", Sasame from "Naruto", Violet Parr from "The Incredibles", Charlotte La Bouff from Disney's "The Princess and the Frog", Idressa from the "Tinker Bell" films, Astrid from the "How to Train Your Dragon" films, and the title character from "Kim Possible". She is also a frequent dubbing voice of celebrities such as Raven-Symoné, Lea Michele, and Emma Watson.
- She and Gaby Ugarte had been a voice of Emma Watson, and Dawn from Pokémon, which the voice director is Eduardo Garza.
- She, Geneviève Déry, Robert Wilfort, Rolando de Castro and Claes Ljungmark have all worked on "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire".
- Ruth Toscano, Nathan Clarke, Simon Fisher-Becker, César Izaguirre, César Árias, Katsuji Mori, Yigal Mizrachi, Hideyuki Umezu, José Luis Orozco, Jesse Grimm, Aryeh Cherner, Zuzanna Galia, Ángel Amorós, Tokuyoshi Kawashima, Octavio Rojas, Scott Maurstad, John Hurt, Humberto Vélez, Jorge Santos, Irwin Daayán, Masashi Ebara, Blas García, Dov Reiser, Albert Cohen, Hadar Shachaf Ma'ayan, Zvika Schwartzberg, Jamie Campbell Bower, Thomas Fritsch, Norma Iturbe and Rob Rackstraw have also starred in the "Harry Potter" films. Angela Kyriacou and Eddie Redmayne also had roles in it's prequel "Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them".
- Both she and Jules de Jongh voiced Kate from "The Haunted Pumpkin of Sleepy Hollow" in their respective languages.
- Both she and Justyna Bojczuk voiced Sweetie Belle from "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" in their respective languages. They also voiced Bridget Hatt.
- Both she and Shining Time Station actress Erica Luttrell voiced Cheetah from "Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham" in their respective languages.
- She, Adriana Casas, Loukas Frangoulis, Piotr Bąk, Paul Disbergen, Mikołaj Klimek, Bartosz Martyna, Tokuyoshi Kawashima, Dor Srugo, Mildred Barrera, Roberto Gutiérrez, Finn Poncin, Hinako Sasaki, Shinichirō Miki, Hisao Egawa, Javier Olguín, Kōichi Sakaguchi, Katsuji Mori, Susa Saukko, Janusz Wituch, Pasi Ruohonen, Dariusz Błażejewski, Kiyoyuki Yanada, Waldemar Barwiński, Junichi Kanemaru, Artur Pontek, Hiroshi Tsuchida, Krzysztof Szczerbiński, Josie Yee, Diana Pérez, Grzegorz Drojewski, Klaudiusz Kaufmann, Mayra Arellano, Sander de Heer, Hiroko Emori, Naomi Shindō, Justyna Bojczuk, Miłogost Reczek, Tsutomu Densaka, Bruno Coronel, Xóchitl Ugarte, Miguel Ángel Leal, Noriko Shitaya, Anna Gajewska, Gaby Ugarte, Hiro Nakajima, Roberto Mendiola, Chikara Osaka, Kan Tanaka, Yohei Nishina, Salvador Reyes, Yuri Shiratori, Bin Shimada, Ángel Amorós, Kenta Miyake, Keiko Toda, Octavio Rojas, Masaharu Satō, Trond Teigen, Kiyonobu Suzuki, Talya Barkay, Yehonatan Magon, Kumiko Higa, Nir Ron, Joanna Pach-Żbikowska, Scott Maurstad, Olga Kuznetsova, Jan Kulczycki, Moisés Iván Mora, Tomohiro Nishimura, Piotr Bajtlik, Hideki Takahashi, Alan Prieto, Beata Jankowska-Tzimas, Tetsu Inada, Nobutoshi Canna, Krystyna Kozanecka, Masayuki Omoro, Simen Sand, Gadi Levy, Paweł Szczesny, Erik Skjøld, Leonardo García, Dafnis Fernández, Adrian Perdjon, Gerardo García, Józef Mika, Lena Meieran, Manuel Campuzano, César Árias, Dulce Guerrero, Armando Coria, Salvador Serrano, Samuel Harjanne, Cezary Kwieciński, Hikaru Midorikawa, Juha Paananen and Hugolin Chevrette-Landesque have all worked on “Pokémon”.