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FUNimation (formerly known as FUNimation Entertainment) is an American entertainment company formed by Gen Fukunaga on May 9, 1994 to produce, merchandise and distribute anime and other entertainment properties in the United States and international markets. The company is headquartered and based in Flower Mound, Texas.

The studio is one of the leading distributors of anime and other foreign entertainment properties in North America alongside Viz Media, Sentai Filmworks and Aniplex of America.

The company became a subsidiary of Navarre Corporation on May 11, 2005 only to be sold back to Fukunaga in April 2011. On July 31, 2017, Sony Pictures Television announced plans to acquire a 95% stake in Funimation for $143 million while Gen Fukunaga will retain his position with a 5% share. The deal was closed on October 27, 2017. Funimation also has a long-term partnership agreement with Crunchyroll.

DubsEdit

Funimation Old Logo

The Funimation logo from 1995 to 2005

Funimation Logo

The Funimation logo from 2005 to 2016

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AnimeEdit

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Specials/OVAsEdit

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Live-Action FilmsEdit

Outsourced DubsEdit

Dubs FUNimation produced utilizing other dubbing studios. Only done for works that have had previous dubs by other companies to maintain cast consistency. The exception here is for the Dragon Ball series which were done during FUNimation's early years through their partnerships with Saban and Seagull Entertainment.

Licensed WorksEdit

Anime works dubbed by previous distributors, but currently licensed by FUNimation

Anime SeriesEdit

Specials/OVAsEdit

FilmsEdit

Talent PoolEdit

Voice Actors

Voice Actors frequently utilized in FUNimation’s dubs. Many of its voice cast also works on titles dubbed by Seraphim Digital in Houston.

Recurring Guests

Voice actors from outside FUNimation's talent pool that have appeared in their dubs

Notable Guest Voices

† deceased
* defunct/inactive/retired

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