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Victor Joseph Mignogna (/mɪnˈjɑːnə/) is an American actor and musician known for his prolific voice-over work in the English dubs of Japanese anime shows, the most notable being Edward Elric from the Fullmetal Alchemist series, for which he earned the American Anime Award for Best Actor in 2007. Other notable anime roles include Broly from the Dragon Ball Z films, Tamaki Suoh in Ouran High School Host Club, Fai D. Flowright in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Dark Mousy in D.N.Angel, Kurz Weber in the Full Metal Panic! series, Yoshimori Sumimura in Kekkaishi, Zero and Ichiru Kiryu in the Vampire Knight series, Christopher Aonuma in Digimon Fusion, Nagato in Naruto Shippuden, Ikkaku Madarame in Bleach and Koubun Ka in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic. In video games, he is the voice of E-123 Omega in the Sonic the Hedgehog series and Junpei Iori from Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3. He was involved in music production in the Houston area. In live-action work, he has participated in several Star Trek fan productions, including Star Trek Continues where he plays Captain Kirk.

Vic Mignogna
Vic Mignogna by Gage Skidmore 3.jpg
Mignogna at the 2017 Phoenix Comicon
Born Victor Joseph Mignogna
Greensburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.[1]
Occupation Voice actor, musician
Years active 1997–present
Website vicsworld.net
Musical career
Genres Pop, Christian & Gospel
Instruments Piano, Vocals
Years active 1989–present[N 1]

Contents

Early lifeEdit

Mignogna grew up in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.[2] He graduated from Liberty University with a degree in television and film production.[3] He helped produce and arrange some of the songs on DC Talk's eponymous first album.[3][4] Mignogna taught drama and speech in Jacksonville, Florida,[2] and was an officer with the Ocean City Police Department.[3] In 1990, he moved to Houston, Texas, where he was a film and video production instructor at The Art Institute of Houston.[4] In 1993, he was a contestant on American television talent show Star Search, on which he sang "Worth Waiting For".[5]

CareerEdit

 
Mignogna at a comic expo in Calgary, Canada, June 2011

While working in video production with John Gremillion in Houston, Mignogna got involved in voice acting in anime at ADV Films.[2][4] He made his debut as Vega in the video game based anime series Street Fighter II V.[1][2][2][6][7][8] He started attending anime conventions, where he contacted Funimation and landed the voice role of Broly in the Dragon Ball Z films.[2][6]

In 2007, the American Anime Awards presented Mignogna with an award for Best Actor for his work on Fullmetal Alchemist.[9][10][11] He often gains attention for his role in Fullmetal Alchemist, and he attends between 15 and 25 conventions each year.[1][12] One of Mignogna's career goals was "to record at all of the major places where dubbing is done."[13] He said he was "the first ADV voice actor to record at Funimation in Dallas and then I was the first to go to New York".[13] He has also recorded in Los Angeles; he tried out for Bleach and received the part of Ikkaku Madarame.[14][15] In non-anime productions, he voiced Qrow Branwen in the American web series RWBY.[16]

In addition to voice acting, Mignogna has been involved in production for music, sound, and video.[17][18] He has produced hundreds of jingles for commercials,[13] and he was a worship leader with Houston's First Baptist Church.[19][4] He has sung the U.S. national anthem at several Houston Astros baseball games.[4] As a musician, Mignogna has released several albums, some of which feature English cover versions of anime songs from shows including One Piece and the Dragon Ball series. He also handled some of the ADR direction for the English dub of Claymore, in which he voices Rigaldo.

Mignogna has been involved with several fan productions, including Fullmetal Fantasy[13] and Star Trek: Phase II. In the latter series, he co-directed the episode "Enemy: Starfleet" and played the Andorian Captain. He directed "KITUMBA" and played Malkthon the Klingon, and was slated to direct the episode "Mindsifter".[1][8][20] In 2012, Mignogna worked with the Starship Farragut production group. He has directed and starred as Captain Kirk in their web series Star Trek Continues.[21][22][23][24]

FilmographyEdit

AnimeEdit

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source
1997 Street Fighter II V Vega ADV dub, debut role [1][2][25]
1999 Martian Successor Nadesico Ikeda Episode 19 [26]
2000 Gasaraki Colonel Ogawa [27]
2000 Generator Gawl Gawl Kudo [2][8][25][28]
2001 Orphen Cox, Lai [29]
2001 Princess Nine Hiroki Takasugi [25][30]
2002 Steel Angel Kurumi Bully Leader Episodes 1, 4 [31]
2002 Excel Saga Wolf Episode 10 [32]
2003 Noir Domenic, Heinz, Wellman [33]
2003 RahXephon Mamoru Torigai [34]
2003 Rune Soldier Leonard [35]
2003 Saiyuki Kougaiji [36]
2003–05 Full Metal Panic! series Kurz Weber, Pony Man, Béart [36][37][38]
2003 Aura Battler Dunbine Neal Given [25]
2003 Najica Blitz Tactics Yoshiki, Various characters [39][40]
2003 Super GALS! Good Looking Guy, Kouichi Akagi Episodes 18, 20 [41][42]
2003 Angelic Layer Host [43]
2003 Saint Seiya Jabu, Lizard Misty [44][45]
2003 Cat Girl Nuku Nuku Young President [46]
2003 Dirty Pair Flight 005 Conspiracy Dornenschtern [47]
2003 Dirty Pair Affair on Nolandia Officer [48]
2003 Orphen Revenge Lai, Montgomery [49]
2003 Legend of the Mystical Ninja Goemon [50]
2003–04 Yu Yu Hakusho Urashima, Bui [51][52]
2004 Neon Genesis Evangelion Shigeru Aoba Director's Cut [53]
2004 Kiddy Grade Dextera [25]
2004 Kino's Journey Various characters [54]
2004 Kaleido Star Master Linn, Ian, Investor, Arlon Brass Episodes 9, 12, 24, 25 [55]
2004 Megazone 23 series Shogo Yahagi [56]
2004 Gravion series Raven [57]
2004 Aquarian Age: Sign for Evolution Shingo Hirota [58]
2004 Peacemaker Kurogane Tatsunosuke Ichimura [36][25]
2004 Mezzo DSA Mugiyama [59]
2004 Sister Princess Mac Yamato Episode 2 [60]
2004 Giant Robo Zangetsu Episode 6 [61]
2004–06 Fullmetal Alchemist Edward Elric [9][10][11][48]
2004 D.N.Angel Dark Mousy [36][62]
2004 Cyber Team in Akihabara Grandpa [63]
2004 Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning Hunter Episodes 18, 19, 20 [64]
2005 Science Ninja Team Gatchaman Takahara ADV dub, Episode 3 [65]
2005 Daphne in the Brilliant Blue Davis Episodes 15, 16 [66]
2005 Madlax Carrossea Doon [67][68]
2006 Diamond Daydreams Radio Boy Episode 9 [69]
2006 Misaki Chronicles Goemon Ishikawa Episodes 3,4 [70]
2006 The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Hikaru Ichijyo [36][71]
2006 Princess Tutu Femio Episode 17 [72]
2006 UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie Mar [73]
2006 Tactics Sugino [74]
2006 Papuwa Gionkamen Arashiyama [75]
2006 Trinity Blood Virgil Walsh [36]
2006 Nerima Daikon Brothers Katuhama Episode 7 [76]
2007 Jinki: Extend Kalis [77]
2007 Utawarerumono Benawi [78]
2007 Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor Dr. Shirai [79]
2007 Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle Fai D. Flowright [36][48]
2007 Rozen Maiden Mada Pearl [48]
2007 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Yutaka Tamaru [80]
2007 009-1 Priest, Egg Episodes 1, 3 [81][82]
2007 Mushishi Kisuke Episode 14 [83]
2007 Air Yukito Kunisaki [84][36]
2007 Innocent Venus Jin Tsurasawa [85]
2007 Pumpkin Scissors Hans [86]
2007 Xenosaga: The Animation Wilhelm [87]
2007 Suzuka Tetsuhito Kinugasa [88]
2007 Air Gear Sora Takeuchi Episode 13, 14 [89]
2007 Le Chevalier D'Eon Sir Dashwood [90]
2007 Kurau Phantom Memory Regal Delyus [91]
2007–14 Bleach Ikkaku Madarame [14][15][92]
2008 Hell Girl Yoshiyuki Honjo Episode 4 [93]
2008 Shuffle! Forbesii (King of Demons) [94]
2008 Tokyo Majin Tendo Kozunu [95]
2008 The Wallflower Takenaga Oda [94]
2008 Lucky Star Guest characters Episodes 13–16 [96]
2008 Devil May Cry: The Animated Series Additional Voices [97]
2008 Claymore Rigaldo [98]
2008 Darker than Black Itzahk Episodes 13, 14 [99]
2008–09 Code Geass R2 Luciano Bradley [36]
2008–09 Ouran High School Host Club Tamaki Suoh [100][101]
2009 Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple Kensei Ma [102]
2009 D.Gray-man Akuma Clown, Alphonse Clouse [103][104]
2009 Murder Princess Falis's Father Episode 5 [105]
2009 Heroic Age Rom Ror [106]
2009 Kaze no Stigma Takeya Ōgami [107]
2010–11 Kekkaishi Yoshimori Sumimura [36]
2010 Linebarrels of Iron Eiji Kiriyama [108]
2010, 2016 One Piece Wetton, Sabo Funimation dub [109][110]
2010 Soul Eater Spirit Albarn [36]
2010–12 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Edward Elric Also OVAs
2010–14 Hetalia series Greece [111]
2010 A Certain Scientific Railgun Trick Episode 9 [112]
2010 Oh! Edo Rocket Tetsuju [113]
2010 Vampire Knight series Zero Kiryu, Ichiru Kiryu [114]
2010 Initial D Shingo Shoji Funimation dub [115]
2010–17 Naruto Shippuden Young Obito Uchiha, Nagato, Fuen [116][117]
2011 Birdy the Mighty Decode Kinzel Episode 5 [118]
2011 Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings Akechi Mitsuhide [119]
2011 Marvel Anime: Wolverine Hideki Kurohagi [120]
2011 Coicent Shinichi [48]
2012 Dream Eater Merry Ryota Iijima [121]
2012 Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt Oscar Episode 5 [122]
2012 Persona 4: The Animation Kou Ichijo [48]
2012 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan Inugamigyobu Tamazuki [123]
2012 Level E Prince Baka [124]
2013 Accel World Yellow Radio Episodes 11, 12 [125]
2013–14 Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne series Moid [126]
2013–15 Digimon Fusion Christopher Aonuma, MadLeomon, Leomon, Piximon [48]
2013 Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic Koubun Ka [127]
2013 Tiger & Bunny [128]
2014 Karneval Karoku [129][130]
2014 Sailor Moon Ryo Urawa Viz dub, Episodes 27, 41 [131]
2014 Attack on Titan Eld Gin [36][132][133]
2014 Space Dandy Gentle Nobra Episodes 18, 19 [134]
2015 Tokyo Ravens Yoshitaka Makihara
2015 Unbreakable Machine-Doll Sin [135]
2015–16 Durarara!!x2 Kasuka Heiwajima [136][137]
2015 The Heroic Legend of Arslan Silvermask [138]
2015 Show by Rock!! SHU☆ZO (English lyricist for Trichronika's songs) [139][140]
2015 Free – Iwatobi Swim Club Rin Matsuoka [141][142]
2016 Rage of Bahamut: Genesis Beelzebub [143]
2016 Black Butler: Book of Circus Peter [144]
2016 Brothers Conflict Futo Asahina [48]
2016 Garo: The Animation Mendoza [145]
2016 The Vision of Escaflowne Folken Fanel Funimation dub [146]
2016 The Asterisk War Randy Hooke [147]
2016 Fairy Tail Mard Geer [148]
2016 One-Punch Man Melzargard [149]

AnimationEdit

List of voice performances in animation
Year Title Role Notes Source
Rock 'N Learn series Marko the Pencil, others [150][151]
Starship Farragut: The Animated Episodes Shealar, Medical Assistant #1 Ep. "The Needs of the Many", "Power Source" [152][153]
2015–present RWBY Qrow Branwen [16][154]

FilmsEdit

List of voice performances in direct-to-video, television films and feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source
2000 Sin: The Movie Tim Perko [155]
2003 Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan Broly [92]
2003 Martian Successor Nadesico: The Motion Picture – Prince of Darkness Araragi, Hokushin's Six A [156]
2004 RahXephon: Pluralitas Concentio Mamoru Torigai [157]
2005 Saiyuki: Requiem Kougaiji [36]
2005 Dragon Ball Z: Broly – Second Coming Broly [92]
2005 Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly Broly [92]
2006 Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa Edward Elric
2007 Air Yukito Kunisaki [158]
2008 Bleach: Memories of Nobody Ikkaku Madarame [14][15][92]
2009 Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion Ikkaku Madarame
2011 Bleach: Fade to Black Ikkaku Madarame
2011 The Lion of Judah Raven 1 [159]
2012 Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice Keldeo [160][161]
2012 Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos Edward Elric [48]
2012 Mass Effect: Paragon Lost Messner [48]
2012 Sengoku Basara: The Last Party Tenkai [48]
2016 Escaflowne Folken Fanel Funimation dub [146]
2016 Digimon Adventure tri. Matt Ishida [162]
2017 One Piece Film: Gold Sabo Funimation dub [163]

Live-action dubbingEdit

Video gamesEdit

Live actionEdit

DocumentaryEdit

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

Audio recordingsEdit

  • Gospel of John
  • A Howl at the Moon (2014) – audiobook narrator[193]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The closing credits or manual does not list the voice actors involved.
  1. ^ 1999 was the year that Mignogna began voice acting for anime dubs for television shows and videos. He has been composing and producing music since DC Talk's album in 1989, and appeared on television in 1993 as a contestant on Star Search.

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