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Sentai Filmworks Streams Food Wars! English Dub Clip

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Full English cast revealed

Sentai Filmworks revealed the full English dub cast and an English-dubbed clip for the Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma anime on Wednesday.

The cast, including the previously announced main cast for the first three episodes, is as follows:

  • Blake Shepard as Soma Yukihira
  • Jad Saxton as Megumi Tadokoro
  • Scott Gibbs as Satoshi Isshiki
  • Luci Christian as Yuki Yoshino
  • Kelley Peters as Ryoko Sakaki
  • Greg Ayres as Zenji Marui
  • Corey Hartzog as Sato
  • Andrew Love as Aoki
  • Houston Hayes as Shun Ibusaki
  • Joanne Bonasso as Fumio Daimido
  • Rachel Landon as Ikumi Mito
  • Stephanie Wittels as Erina Nakiri
  • Brittney Karbowski as Hisako Arato
  • Bryson Baugus as Takumi Aldini
  • Clint Bickham as Isami Aldini
  • Leraldo Anzaldua as Ryo Kurokiba
  • Christina Kelly as Alice Nakiri
  • Kregg Dailey as Akira Hayama
  • Monica Rial as Jun Shiomi
  • Gareth West as Kanichi Konishi
  • Maggie Flecknoe as Yaeko Minegasaki
  • Jennifer Gilbert as Urara
  • Juliet Simmons as Mayumi Kurase
  • Katelyn Barr as Aki
  • Carolyn Medrano as Madoka
  • James Belcher as Narrator
  • Jay Hickman as Joichiro Yukihira
  • Maggie Flecknoe as Yaeko Minegasaki
  • John Swasey as Senzaemon
  • John Gremillion as Chapelle
  • David Wald as Gotouda
  • Ty Mahany as Gin Dojima
  • Benjamin McLaughlin as Kojiro Shinomiya
  • Allison Sumrall as Hinako Inui
  • Chris Gibson as Sekimori
  • Chaney Moore as Mizuhara
  • Justin Doran as Hiromi Sena
  • David Matranga as Kosuke
  • John Swasey as Kyusaku
  • Anthony Hunter as Etsuya Eizan
  • Shelley Calene-Black as Kinu
  • Mark X. Laskowski as Tomita
  • Karlii Hoch as Nao Sadatsuka

Kyle Jones is directing the dub and writing the script along with Marta Bechtol and George Manley.

Sentai Filmworks premiered the English dub at Los Angeles' Anime Expo earlier this month. The company will release the series on Blu-ray Disc, DVD, and Blu-ray Disc/DVD premium box set on August 15.

The first anime season of Food Wars! aired for 24 episodes from April to September 2015. Crunchyroll streamed the first anime adaptation as it aired in Japan, and Sentai Filmworks licensed the series for North America. Sentai Filmworks also licensed Food Wars! The Second Plate, the second anime season. The 13-episode series aired in July-September 2016, and Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired.

A third season of the anime is premiering this fall.


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