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Funimation Reveals Full ‘Nichijou’ Anime Dub Cast

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With the series scheduled for a new Blu-ray release on July 23rd, 2019, we had several main character trailer announcements arrive and a full series trailer.
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One of my favorite series of the past decade is the Nichijou – My Ordinary Life series and it’s pretty much my go-to meme generator as well. We learned a couple of months ago that the property, which was a rescue from the Bandai Entertainment catalog that never got a release before, would be getting a dub for it. With the series scheduled for a new Blu-ray release on July 23rd, 2019, we had several main character trailer announcements arrive and a full series trailer. Now, knowing that Jad Saxton is directing with assistant ADR directors Morgan Garrett, Tia Ballard, and Felecia Angelle, we have the full cast list – which is impressive as it seemed like everyone wanted in on this one.

The full English cast includes:

  • Jad Saxton as Hakase Shinonome
  • Leah Clark as Mio Naganohara
  • Brittany Lauda as Mai Minakami
  • Monica Rial as Nano Shinonome
  • Anthony Bowling as Sakamoto
  • Morgan Garrett as Yuuko Aioi
  • Seth Magill as Koujirou Sasahara
  • Madeleine Morris as Misato Tachibana
  • Kyle Igneczi as Tsuyoshi Nakanojou
  • Tabitha Ray as Izumi Sakurai
  • Shawn Gann as Mr. Takasaki
  • Dallas Reid as Makoto Sakurai
  • Emily Neves as Mihoshi
  • Kara Edwards as Fe
  • Kathryn Taylor Rose as Weboshii
  • Kristen McGuire as Annaka
  • Maxey Whitehead as Yoshino Naganohara
  • Stephen Fu as Kenzaburou Daiku
  • Francis Henry as Principal Shinonome
  • Charlie Campbell as Kousuke Oura
  • Lydia Mackay as Ms. Nakamura
  • Mark Stoddard as Mr. Tomioka
  • Hayden Daviau as Word-Time Narrator
  • Tyson Rinehart as Tanaka
  • Apphia Yu as Sekiguchi
  • Howard Wang as Ogi
  • Gregory Lush as Akagi
  • Derek Whitener as Chiyoda
  • Matt Shipman as Katashina
  • Alex Moore as Tsukiyono
  • Greg Ducle as King Albert
  • David Novinski as Dolph
  • Sterling Gafford as Male Soldier #8
  • Emi Lo as Princess Starla
  • Chuck Huber as Oguri Cap
  • Marissa Lenti as Yuuko’s Mom
  • Brian Mathis as Masaharu Egi
  • Nicole Endicott as Kimiko
  • Phillip Weber as Shinonome Narrator
  • Tyler Walker as Buddy
  • Terri Doty as Kiyoshi
  • Sarah Wiedenheft as Mitsuo
  • Zach Bolton as Policeman
  • Megan Shipman as Tamamura
  • Sonny Strait as Crow
  • Alison Viktorin as Biscuit #2
  • Kenny Green as Monk
  • Doug Jackson as Nakanojou’s Father
  • Erika Larsen as Pyon
  • Cris George as Captain
  • Bill Jenkins as Officer
  • Austin Tindle as Scholar

Check out our review of the series.

The manga property spawned an anime adaptation that was simulcast by Crunchyroll and briefly licensed by Bandai Entertainment before they closed up shop, effectively placing a hold on the property.

Plot concept: From the creators of K-On! and Lucky Star comes a slice-of-life series packed with absurd antics and hilarious high school predicaments. Follow the adventures of three ordinary girls as they make life’s awkward moments a thousand times worse. Along with a colorful bunch of classmates, they learn their most important lessons the hard way. Like whether goats are an appropriate form of transportation, who would win in a wrestling match between the principal and a deer, and most notably, if the three-second rule applies to weenies that fly through mohawks. Meanwhile down the street, a pocket-sized professor makes life difficult for a robot who just wants to be normal. But normal is the last thing you can expect in a town where salmon fall from the sky. In fact, the only thing you can co

unt on is your friends, but even they are totally weird.