The most obvious problem you would have is that you list your location as Cornwall rather than, say, Houston or LA; you really need to be in the right place to dub anime. I gather being an actor is, though not a strict requirement, certainly beneficial. A lot of voice talents do theatre and radio work, for example.
Naturally, all this will be fruitless if you aren't actually good at voice acting.
As for being a novelist, I gather one has to write things. More importantly, you have to actually get them published somewhere.
Yes my location is a problem, as i have said in various other posts nothing happens in cornwall since people pretty much seem to think it's a hick farmer county, and you always have to live in america to get anywhere. As for being a actor i don't really fancy going to drama school, you probably can't get anywhere without it but i just don't think it's my kinda crowd, i wouldn't mind doing radio work though. When it comes to whether i'm actually any good, well i couldn't really be the judge of that myself but one of the things i love the most is reading books to people, i will read to who ever will listen and do all the voices the best i possibly can.
Even though i have dreams of becoming a great novelist, 17 is still way to young to be taken seriously by any agent so i guess i still have some time before that dream can be realised, but i still have some great stories. Some planned, some just ideas and one slowly being writen to the best of my ability (whether they are any good is a different story)