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Sentai Filmworks Unveils Full “My Love Story!!” Dub Cast

my-love-story-key-visual-001-20151027We’ve met the main crew, now it’s time to greet the rest of the folks in Takeo Goda’s world.

Earlier today, Sentai Filmworks unveiled the English dub cast for My Love Story!!. The series wills tar the following:

  • Takeo Goda: Andrew Love
  • Rinko Yamato: Tia Ballard
  • Makoto Sunakawa: Austin Tindle
  • Ai Sunakawa: Carli Mosier
  • Young Takeo: Luci Christian
  • Young Suna: Bryson Baugus
  • Takeo’s Mom: Marcy Bannor
  • Takeo’s Dad: Josh Morrison
  • Nanako: Luci Christian
  • Ayu: Shanae’a Moore
  • Kojima: Christina Kelly
  • Yuko: Rachel Landon
  • Mana: Christina Stroup
  • Kurihara: Cameron Bautsch
  • Momota: Gabriel Regojo
  • Kakitani: Blake Shepard
  • Fudo: Gareth West
  • Oda Hayato: Patrick Poole
  • Saijo Mariya: Stephanie Wittels
  • Amami Yukika: Juliet Simmons
  • Koki Ichinose: David Matranga
  • Additional Voices: Wendel Calvert
  • Additional Voices: Mark X. Laskowski
  • Additional Voices: John Swasey
  • Additional Voices: Jay Hickman
  • Additional Voices: Shelby Blocker
  • Additional Voices: Maggie Flecknoe
  • Additional Voices: Kregg Dailey
  • Additional Voices: Rachel Landon
  • Additional Voices: Melissa Pritchett
  • Additional Voices: Houston Hayes
  • Additional Voices: Shannon Emerick
  • Additional Voices: Kelly Manison
  • Additional Voices: Katelyn Barr
  • Additional Voices: Chelsea McCurdy
  • Additional Voices: Corey Hartzog
  • Additional Voices: Benjamin McLaughlin
  • Additional Voices: Jovan Jackson
  • Additional Voices: Hillary Haag
  • Additional Voices: Kalin Coates
  • Additional Voices: Carl Masterson
  • Additional Voices: Carolyn Medrano

Kyle Colby Jones is writing and directing the adaptation, while George Manly serves as ADR script spotter.

Sentai Filmworks will release My Love Story!! on DVD and Blu-Ray on December 20.

My Love Story!! is based on Kazune Kawahara and Aruko’s manga of the same name. The series, which aired from April through September 2015, was helmed by Morio Asaka (Cardcaptor Sakura, Chihayafuru) at Madhouse. Kunihiko Hamada (Chihayafuru, Nana) provided character designs on the project, while Natsuko Takahashi (Tokyo Magnitude 8.0, Blue Drop) took charge of series composition.

Viz Media holds the domestic rights to the original manga series. The company describes the series as follows:

Takeo Goda is a giant guy with a giant heart. Too bad the girls don’t want him! (They want his good-looking best friend, Sunakawa.) Used to being on the sidelines, Takeo simply stands tall and accepts his fate. But one day when he saves a girl named Yamato from a harasser on the train, his (love!) life suddenly takes an incredible turn!

Previously, Sentai Filmworks revealed that Andrew Love will take the lead role as gentle giant Takeo Goda, while Tia Ballard plays Rinko Yamato. You can check out the reveal trailers below:

Source: Sentai Filmworks

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