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Funimation Announces Gosick English Dub Cast

posted on 2017-02-16 17:20 EST
Apphia Yu, Matt Shipman star; home video slated for May 30 release

Funimation Entertainment announced its English dub cast for Gosick on Thursday. The cast is as follows:

  • Apphia Yu as Victorique de Blois
  • Matt Shipman as Kazuya Kujo
  • Adam Rowe as Grevil de Blois
  • Kristen McGuire as Cecil Lafitte
  • Erica Mendez as Avril Bradley
  • Morgan Garrett as Sophie
  • David Wald as Albert de Blois
  • Elizabeth Maxwell as Cordelia Gallo
  • Robert McCollum as Brian Roscoe
  • Kent Williams as Jupiter Roger
  • Clifford Chapin as Yasuhiro Kujo
  • Megan Shipman as Ruri Kujo
  • Kasi Hollowell as Julie Guile
  • Aaron Roberts as Ned Baxter
  • Brian Mathis as Maurice
  • Juli Erickson as Roxanne
  • Luci Christian as Phantom Thief Quiaran
  • Ian Sinclair as Maxime
  • John Burgmeier as Alan
  • Kyle Phillips as Derek
  • Cris George as Raul
  • Michelle Rojas as Mildred
  • R Bruce Elliott as Headman Sergius
  • Lucien Dodge as Ambrose
  • Colleen Clinkenbeard as Harminia
  • Rachel Michelle Thompson as Anastasia
  • Jeremy Inman as Garnier
  • Brittany Lauda as Luigi
  • Brandon Potter as Superintendant General Signore
  • Anastasia Munoz as Jacqueline de Signore
  • Caitlin Glass as Marion
  • Ray Hurd as Leviathan
  • Sonny Strait as Rupert de Giret
  • Lydia Mackay as Coco Rose
  • Charlie Campbell as Baron Musgrave
  • Dallas Reid as Ian Musgrave
  • David Matranga as Young Albert de Blois
  • Todd Haberkorn as Wong Kai
  • Christopher Wehkamp as Simon Hunt
  • Monica Rial as Carmilla
  • Monica Rial as Morella
  • Amanda Lee as The Orphan
  • Chris Rager as The Knight
  • Seth Magill as The Lumberjack (Gideon Lesglant)
  • Stephanie Young as Ginger Pie

Funimation will release the first 12 episodes on a Blu-ray Disc and DVD combo pack on May 30.

The anime adapted Kazuki Sakuraba's mystery novel series, in which Kazuya Kujo studies abroad at the Saint Marguerite Academy in a small European country in 1924. Kazuya joins forces with Victorique to solve mysteries. Victorique is a girl who skips class in order to read books, but has deductive powers that rival Sherlock Holmes'.

Bandai Entertainment had licensed the anime in July 2011, before announcing that it would discontinue new releases in January the following year.

Crunchyroll streamed the 24-episode anime as it aired in Japan in 2011. Tokyopop released two of the original light novel volumes in North America.


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