Sasami English Dub Cast List

FUNiRepBlue just sent me a list of the English dub voice actors in Sasami from the Tenchi Brand Manager at FUNimation. The list will be the character and then the voice actor.

  • AMITAV — J. Michael Tatum
  • ANRI — Brittney Karbowski
  • CHIAKI — Kate Oxley
  • DAIMON — Mike McFarland
  • ENDOU — Jessica Foster
  • GINGI IWAKURA — Sonny Strait
  • HASHIMOTO — Cynthia Cranz
  • HONOKA IWAKURA — Stacey Oristano
  • ITOKI — Carrie Savage
  • KASAI — Chad Ford
  • KOMIYA — Mary Morgan
  • KOZUE — Majken Bullard
  • MACHIYOKO — Amanda Doskocil
  • MAKABE — Maeghan Albach
  • MAKOTO — Cherami Leigh
  • MIHOSHI — Colleen Clinkenbeard
  • MISAO SHINOHARA — Monica Rial
  • MONTA — Todd Haberkorn
  • ONODERA — Jessica Foster
  • OOGI — D’Lytha Myers
  • PRINCIPAL — Barry Yandell
  • RYO-OHKI — Z Charles Bolton
  • SAEKI — Mary Morgan
  • SASAMI IWAKURA — Alison Viktorin
  • SATSUKI — Cynthia Cranz
  • TONOBE — Eric Vale
  • TSUKASA — Brina Palencia
  • TSUKASA’S FATHER — John Swasey
  • TSUKASA’S MOTHER — Leah Clark
  • WASHU — Luci Christian
  • YOUNG TSUKASA — Brina Palencia

Note: Image used is Japanese promotional art for Sasami 2 and is not necessarily what FUNimation will use for their packaging. ^_^;

Update: I interviewed English dub director Leah Clark, which you can read here.

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4 Responses to “Sasami English Dub Cast List”

  1. Anonymous says:

    thanks for sharing this!

  2. Peter H says:

    I see FUNi is just using their normal people and didn’t bring in any child voice actors like the Japanese did.

  3. MachRider37 says:

    Seems like they didn’t try getting back any old Tenchi VAs, but I guess this is detached enough from Tenchi that it doesn’t even matter really.

  4. AstroNerdBoy says:

    The Japanese didn’t bring back the old seiyuu either. They opted to use real pre-teen girls (I think most if not all had never done voice acting before) to do the voices of Sasami and company.

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