Voice Actors are actors who act live-action films but we have a large body of work where they played voice roles. It doesn’t mean your voice roles must supersede your live-action roles, let it just be prominent and we will include you here. If for example, you have 45 acting credits and 15 of them are voice roles with a few of them carrying hundreds of episodes, then you will make the caught.
But there is a catch. No actor can have more than two categories. If you are blonde, British, a filmmaker, and a voice actor we will include you in your national category and one of the other three and it may not be the one you have more credit on, we will include you based on the one many of our viewers know you with. You may have directed ten movies and only have five voiced roles but one of the voiced roles is what many readers address you as, then you are a voice actor to us.
Since there is no American Actors or American Actresses category, any American actor who falls under Voice Actors and another category say filmmakers, then the entry for the person will be Voice Actors and Filmmakers. Except the person is blonde and redheaded then their haircolor will be used to replace one of the work categories, usually not the voice category.