Vic Mignogna

Victor Joseph Mignogna (/mɪnˈjɒnə/) is an American actor and musician known for his 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 films, Tamaki Suoh in Ouran High School Host Club, Fai D. Flowright in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Dark in D.N.Angel, Kurz Weber in the Full Metal Panic! series, Zero and Ichiru Kiryu in the Vampire Knight series, Christopher Aonuma in Digimon Fusion, Nagato and Obito Uchiha in Naruto Shippuden, Ikkaku Madarame in Bleach and Matt Ishida in Digimon Adventure tri. He also voiced Qrow Branwen in the anime-style web series RWBY. In video games, he is the voice of E-123 Omega in the Sonic the Hedgehog series and Junpei Iori from Persona 3. In live-action work, he has participated in several Star Trek fan productions, including Star Trek Continues where he plays Captain Kirk.

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Vic Mignogna
Mignogna in 2017
Born
Victor Joseph Mignogna

ResidenceLos Angeles, California, U.S.[1]
OccupationVoice actor, musician
Years active1999–present
Musical career
GenresPop, Christian & Gospel
InstrumentsPiano, Vocals
Years active1989–present[N 1]
Websitevicsworld.net

Victor Joseph Mignogna (/mɪnˈjɒnə/) is an American actor and musician known for his 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 films, Tamaki Suoh in Ouran High School Host Club, Fai D. Flowright in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Dark in D.N.Angel, Kurz Weber in the Full Metal Panic! series, Zero and Ichiru Kiryu in the Vampire Knight series, Christopher Aonuma in Digimon Fusion, Nagato and Obito Uchiha in Naruto Shippuden, Ikkaku Madarame in Bleach and Matt Ishida in Digimon Adventure tri. He also voiced Qrow Branwen in the anime-style web series RWBY. In video games, he is the voice of E-123 Omega in the Sonic the Hedgehog series and Junpei Iori from Persona 3. In live-action work, he has participated in several Star Trek fan productions, including Star Trek Continues where he plays Captain Kirk.

Early life

Mignogna grew up in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.[2] He graduated from Liberty University with a degree in television and film production.[3][4] He helped produce and arrange some of the songs on DC Talk's eponymous first album.[3][5] 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.[5] In 1993, he was a contestant on American television talent show Star Search, on which he sang "Worth Waiting For".[6]

Career

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][5] He made his debut as Vega in the video game based anime series Street Fighter II V.[1][2][2][7][8][9] He started attending anime conventions, where he contacted Funimation and landed the voice role of Broly in the Dragon Ball films.[2][7]

In 2007, the American Anime Awards presented Mignogna with an award for Best Actor for his work on Fullmetal Alchemist.[10][11][12] He often gains attention for his role in Fullmetal Alchemist, and he at one point attended between 15 and 25 conventions each year.[1][13] One of Mignogna's career goals was "to record at all of the major places where dubbing is done."[14] 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".[14] He has also recorded in Los Angeles; he tried out for Bleach and received the part of Ikkaku Madarame.[15][16] In non-anime productions, he voiced Qrow Branwen in the American web series RWBY.[17]

In addition to voice acting, Mignogna has been involved in production for music, sound, and video.[18][19] He has produced hundreds of jingles for commercials,[14] and he was a worship leader with Houston's First Baptist Church.[20][5] He has sung the U.S. national anthem at several Houston Astros baseball games.[5] 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[14] 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][9][21] In 2012, Mignogna worked with the Starship Farragut production group. He directed and starred as Captain Kirk in their web series Star Trek Continues.[22][23][24][25] Mignogna has received good reviews for writing, directing, executive producing and starring in Star Trek Continues, especially for his portrayal of the character of James T. Kirk, respectfully utilizing William Shatner's unique mannerisms and cadence.[26]

Sexual harassment allegations

Following the release of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, which prominently features Mignogna's vocal work, accusations of sexual harassment began to surface against Mignogna, with some allegations dating as far back as 2008.[27][28] Multiple accounts alleged that Mignogna kissed, groped, and made unwanted comments to fans without their consent, some of whom were underage.[27][28][29] Voice actresses Monica Rial and Jamie Marchi also tweeted their support for those speaking out, and shared their own experiences of being sexually harassed by Mignogna.[30] On February 5, 2019, Rooster Teeth, creators of the animated series RWBY, severed their business relationship with Mignogna,[29][31] and Funimation recast Mignogna's role of the Executive in The Morose Mononokean.[32] In response to the controversy, Mignogna categorically denied any accusations of sexual harassment. However, multiple anime conventions withdrew Mignogna from their guest list.[33][29] On February 11, 2019, Funimation confirmed on Twitter that they had ended professional ties with Mignogna following an investigation.[34][35] Mignogna issued an apology during his panel at Bak-Anime 2019 and again via Twitter on February 14, 2019.[36]

Filmography

Anime

List of dubbing performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source
1999Street Fighter II VVegaADV dub, debut role[1][2][37]
1999Martian Successor NadesicoIkedaEpisode 19[38]
2000GasarakiColonel Ogawa[39]
2000Generator GawlGawl Kudo[2][9][37][40]
2001OrphenCox, Lai[41]
2001Princess NineHiroki Takasugi[37][42]
2002Steel Angel KurumiBully LeaderEpisodes 1, 4[43]
2002Excel SagaWolfEpisode 10[44]
2003NoirDomenic, Heinz, Wellman[45]
2003RahXephonMamoru Torigai[46]
2003Rune SoldierLeonard[47]
2003SaiyukiKougaiji[48]
2003–05Full Metal Panic! seriesKurz Weber, Pony Man, Béart[48][49][50]
2003Aura Battler DunbineNeal Given[37]
2003Najica Blitz TacticsYoshiki, Various characters[51][52]
2003Super GALS!Good Looking Guy, Kouichi AkagiEpisodes 18, 20[53][54]
2003Angelic LayerHost[55]
2003Saint SeiyaJabu, Lizard Misty[56][57]
2003Cat Girl Nuku NukuYoung President[58]
2003Dirty Pair Flight 005 ConspiracyDornenschtern[59]
2003Dirty Pair Affair on NolandiaOfficer[60]
2003Orphen RevengeLai, Montgomery[61]
2003Legend of the Mystical NinjaGoemon[62]
2003–04Yu Yu HakushoUrashima, Bui[63][64]
2004Neon Genesis EvangelionShigeru AobaDirector's Cut[65]
2004Kiddy GradeDextera[37]
2004Kino's JourneyVarious characters[66]
2004Kaleido StarMaster Linn, Ian, Investor, Arlon BrassEpisodes 9, 12, 24, 25[67]
2004Megazone 23 seriesShogo Yahagi[68]
2004Gravion seriesRaven[69]
2004Aquarian Age: Sign for EvolutionShingo Hirota[70]
2004Peacemaker KuroganeTatsunosuke Ichimura[48][37]
2004Mezzo DSAMugiyama[71]
2004Sister PrincessMac YamatoEpisode 2[72]
2004Giant RoboZangetsuEpisode 6[73]
2004–06Fullmetal AlchemistEdward Elric[10][11][12][60]
2004D.N.AngelDark Mousy[48][74]
2004Cyber Team in AkihabaraShimabukuro Sengakuji (Grandpa)[75]
2004Spiral: The Bonds of ReasoningHunterEpisodes 18, 19, 20[76]
2005Science Ninja Team GatchamanTakaharaADV dub, episode 3[77]
2005Daphne in the Brilliant BlueDavisEpisodes 15, 16[78]
2005Initial DShingo ShojiFunimation dub[79]
2005MadlaxCarrossea Doon[80][81]
2006Diamond DaydreamsRadio BoyEpisode 9[82]
2006Misaki ChroniclesGoemon IshikawaEpisodes 3,4[83]
2006The Super Dimension Fortress MacrossHikaru Ichijyo[48][84]
2006Princess TutuFemioEpisode 17[85]
2006UFO Ultramaiden ValkyrieMar[86]
2006TacticsSugino[87]
2006PapuwaGionkamen Arashiyama[88]
2006Trinity BloodVirgil Walsh[48]
2006Nerima Daikon BrothersKatuhamaEpisode 7[89]
2007Jinki: ExtendKalis[90]
2007UtawarerumonoBenawi[91]
2007Guyver: The Bioboosted ArmorDr. Shirai[92]
2007Tsubasa: Reservoir ChronicleFai D. Flowright[48][60]
2007Rozen MaidenMada Pearl[60]
2007The Melancholy of Haruhi SuzumiyaYutaka Tamaru[93]
2007009-1Priest, EggEpisodes 1, 3[94][95]
2007MushishiKisukeEpisode 14[96]
2007AirYukito Kunisaki[97][48]
2007Innocent VenusJin Tsurasawa[98]
2007Pumpkin ScissorsHans[99]
2007Xenosaga: The AnimationWilhelm[100]
2007SuzukaTetsuhito Kinugasa[101]
2007Air GearSora TakeuchiEpisode 13, 14, 15[102]
2007Le Chevalier D'EonSir Dashwood[103]
2007Kurau Phantom MemoryRegal Delyus[104]
2007–14BleachIkkaku Madarame[15][16][105]
2008Hell GirlYoshiyuki HonjoEpisode 4[106]
2008Shuffle!Forbesii (King of Demons)[107]
2008Tokyo MajinTendo Kozunu[108]
2008The WallflowerTakenaga Oda[107]
2008Lucky StarGuest charactersEpisodes 13–16[109]
2008ClaymoreRigaldo [110]
2008Darker than BlackItzahkEpisodes 13, 14[111]
2008–09Code Geass R2Luciano Bradley[48]
2008–09Ouran High School Host ClubTamaki Suoh[112][113]
2009Kenichi: The Mightiest DiscipleKensei Ma[114]
2009D.Gray-manAkuma Clown, Alphonse Clouse[115][116]
2009Chrome Shelled RegiosLintens Savoled Harden[117]
2009Murder PrincessFalis's FatherEpisode 5[118]
2009Heroic AgeRom Ror[119]
2009Kaze no StigmaTakeya Ōgami[120]
2010–11KekkaishiYoshimori Sumimura[48]
2010Linebarrels of IronEiji Kiriyama[121]
2010, 2016One PieceWetton, SaboFunimation dub[122][123]
2010Soul EaterSpirit Albarn[48]
2010–12Fullmetal Alchemist: BrotherhoodEdward ElricAlso OVAs
2010–14Hetalia seriesGreece[124]
2010A Certain Scientific RailgunTrickEpisode 9[125]
2010Oh! Edo RocketTetsuju[126]
2010Vampire Knight seriesZero Kiryu, Ichiru Kiryu[127]
2010–17Naruto ShippudenYoung Obito Uchiha, Nagato, Fuen[128][129]
2011Birdy the Mighty DecodeKinzelEpisode 5[130]
2011Sengoku Basara: Samurai KingsAkechi Mitsuhide[131]
2011Marvel Anime: WolverineHideki Kurohagi[132]
2011CoicentShinichi[60]
2011 Chaos:HEad Shogon/General Also on Chaos:Child Episode 00 [133][134]
2012Dream Eater MerryRyota Iijima[135]
2012Panty & Stocking with GarterbeltOscarEpisode 5[136]
2012Persona 4: The AnimationKou Ichijo[60]
2012Nura: Rise of the Yokai ClanInugamigyobu Tamazuki[137]
2012Level EPrince Baka[138]
2013Accel WorldYellow RadioEpisodes 11, 12[139]
2013–14Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne seriesMoid[140]
2013–15Digimon FusionChristopher Aonuma, MadLeomon, Leomon, Piximon[60]
2013Magi: The Labyrinth of MagicKoubun Ka[141]
2013Tiger & Bunny[142]
2014KarnevalKaroku[143][144]
2014Sailor MoonRyo UrawaViz dub, Episodes 27, 41[145]
2014Attack on TitanEld Gin[48][146][147]
2014Space DandyGentle NobraEpisodes 18, 19[148]
2015Tokyo RavensYoshitaka Makihara
2015Unbreakable Machine-DollSin[149]
2015–16Durarara!!×2Kasuka Heiwajima[150][151]
2015The Heroic Legend of ArslanSilvermask[152]
2015Show by Rock!! seriesSHU☆ZO (English lyricist for Trichronika's songs)[153][154]
2015Free! seriesRin Matsuoka[155][156]
2016Rage of Bahamut: GenesisBeelzebub[157]
2016Black Butler: Book of CircusPeter[158]
2016Brothers ConflictFuto Asahina[60]
2016Garo: The AnimationMendoza[159]
2016The Vision of EscaflowneFolken FanelFunimation dub[160]
2016The Asterisk WarRandy Hooke[161]
2016Fairy TailMard Geer[162]
2016One-Punch ManMelzargard[163]
2016NanbakaKenshirou Yozakura[164]
2016–18Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru seriesMikazuki MunechikaEpisode 5[164]
2016Joker GamePriceEpisode 10[165]
2016DriftersSaint-GermiEpisode 6[166]
2017The ReflectionX-On[167]
2017Juni Taisen: Zodiac WarADR director[168]
2018Twin Star ExorcistsYuto Ijika[169]
2018JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is UnbreakableRohan Kishibe[60]
2019The Morose MononokeanThe ExecutiveSeason 2, episode 2 only[170]


Animation

List of voice performances in animation
Year Title Role Notes Source
2006–presentRock 'N Learn seriesBill, Marko the Pencil, others[171][172]
2009–10Starship Farragut: The Animated EpisodesShealar, Medical Assistant #1Ep. "The Needs of the Many", "Power Source"[173][174]
2015–2019RWBYQrow BranwenVolume 1-6[17][175]

Films

List of voice performances in direct-to-video, television films and feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source
2000Sin: The MovieTim Perko[176]
2003Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super SaiyanBroly[105]
2003Martian Successor Nadesico: The Motion Picture – Prince of DarknessAraragi, Hokushin's Six A[177]
2004RahXephon: Pluralitas ConcentioMamoru Torigai[178]
2005Saiyuki: RequiemKougaiji[48]
2005Dragon Ball Z: Broly – Second ComingBroly[105]
2005Dragon Ball Z: Bio-BrolyBroly[105]
2006Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of ShamballaEdward Elric
2007AirYukito Kunisaki[179]
2008Bleach: Memories of NobodyIkkaku Madarame[15][16][105]
2009Bleach: The DiamondDust RebellionIkkaku Madarame
2011Bleach: Fade to BlackIkkaku Madarame
2011The Lion of JudahRaven 1[180]
2012Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of JusticeKeldeo[181][182]
2012Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of MilosEdward Elric[60]
2012Mass Effect: Paragon LostMessner[60]
2012Sengoku Basara: The Last PartyTenkai[60]
2016EscaflowneFolken FanelFunimation dub[160]
2016-2018Digimon Adventure tri.Matt Ishida[183]
2017One Piece Film: GoldSaboFunimation dub[184]
2019Dragon Ball Super: BrolyBrolyFunimation dub[185]

Video games

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source
2003Unlimited SagaMythe, ArmandFirst video game role[186]
2003–presentDragon Ball game franchiseBroly, BurterOnly voiced Burter in Tenkaichi Tag Team, Raging Blast 2 and Ultimate Tenkaichi[60][107]
2005Fullmetal Alchemist and the Broken AngelEdward Elric[187]
2005Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson ElixirEdward Elric[188]
2006Fullmetal Alchemist: Dual SympathyEdward Elric[189]
2006–09Bleach seriesIkkaku MadarameDark Souls, Shattered Blade and The 3rd Phantom[190]
2007Project SylpheedKatana Faraway[191]
2007–18Persona seriesJunpei Iori[lower-alpha 1][60][186][192]
2008Star Ocean: First DepartureT'nique Arcana[60]
2009Kamen Rider: Dragon KnightSpear[193]
2009MagnaCarta 2Others[194]
2009–16Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja seriesNagato, Young Obito Uchiha, Cee, Madara Uchiha (Imposter)/Tobi[60]
2010Sengoku Basara: Samurai HeroesTenkai[195]
2010–presentSonic the Hedgehog seriesE-123 Omega[60]
2011–13Mario & Sonic seriesE-123 OmegaLondon 2012 and Sochi 2014[196][197]
2012DivinaOrwell[198]
2013Marvel HeroesUatu[60]
2013Pac-Man and the Ghostly AdventuresSpiral[199]


Live action

List of live-action appearances
Year Title Role Notes Source
2003Holly's Story: A Journey to Freedom and HopeJim Hudson[200][201]
2011Fallout: Nuka BreakMerchant/Narrator[202][203]
2012–17Star Trek ContinuesCaptain KirkDeveloper, writer, director[22][25]
2012Todd of the RingsVodo[204]
2013Star Trek: New VoyagesAndorian Captain, Klingon Commander Malkthon
2015Star Trek: RenegadesGaris[205]
2016Fan-O-Rama: A Futurama Fan FilmZapp Brannigan[206]
2017Altered SpiritsSkipaka Broken Spirits[207]

Documentary

List of voice performances in live-action films
Year Title Role Notes Source
2008Adventures in Voice ActingHimself[208]

Discography

Studio albums

Audio recordings

  • Gospel of John
  • A Howl at the Moon (2014) – audiobook narrator[209]

Notes

    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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