Kemono Jihen English Dub Cast and Crew Revealed


Kemono Jihen English dub

Have you been waiting to watch Kemono Jihen until the English dub releases? Well, the wait is almost over! Starting May 23, the Kemono Jihen English dub will be available to watch on Funimation.

The Kemono Jihen English dub features a talented group of voice actors including Madeleine Morris and Patrick Seitz, both of which provided voices for the hit anime My Hero Academia. Additionally, Kristen McGuire has also been cast, who is known for her work in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime. McGuire has also been featured in popular video games like Borderlands 3 and Smite.

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On the production side, Brittany Lauda will serve as the ADR director while Matt Shipman is the lead ADR engineer. Handling voice-over production will be Kocha Sound.

Here is the full cast for the Kemono Jihen English dub:

  • Madeleine Morris – Kabane
  • Patrick Seitz – Inugami
  • A.J. Beckles – Shiki
  • Cassie Ewulu – Akira
  • Kristen McGuire – Inari

While the crew is comprised of:

  • Brittany Lauda – ADR Director and Assistant ADR Engineer
  • Kocha Sound – Voice-Over Production
  • Matt Shipman – Lead ADR Engineer and Assistant ADR Director
  • Ben Balmaceda – Production Assistant
  • Meli Grant – Production Assistant
  • Jessica Cavanagh – ADR Scriptwriter
  • Tyler Walker – ADR Script Supervisor
  • Austin Sisk – ADR Prep
  • Brandon Peters – ADR Prep
  • Clifford Chapin – Pre-Booth Materials Supervisor
  • HastePro – Mix Engineer
  • Jose Pichinte – Assistant Mix Engineer

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When the Kemono Jihen English dub arrives on Funimation, it will only be the first two episodes. If you just cannot wait, the entire first season is available on the streamer with subtitles.

Kemono Jihen began as a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Shō Aimoto. It was serialized in the magazine Jump Square since December 2016. It was adapted into an anime television series this year. It is produced by Ajia-do Animation.