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Crunchyroll, LLC (doing business as Crunchyroll) is an American entertainment company based in Coppell, Texas. Founded as FUNimation Productions in 1994 by Gen Fukunaga and his wife Cindy in Silicon Valley, with funding by Daniel Cocanougher and his family, who became investors in the company, which then relocated to North Richland Hills and later Flower Mound, Texas.

It operates an eponymous over-the-top subscription video on-demand service, which distributes anime films and television series produced by the Japanese animation studios.

The company became a subsidiary of Navarre Corporation on May 11, 2005 only to be sold back to Fukunaga in April 2011. From 2017 to 2019, the Japanese conglomerate Sony owned a 100% stake in the company through its Sony Pictures Entertainment division (via Sony Pictures Television) and Aniplex, and since 2019, Sony has run the company through a joint venture between two of its units: Sony Pictures Entertainment (via Sony Pictures Television) and Sony Music Entertainment Japan (via Aniplex). The company was rebranded to Crunchyroll, LLC in March 2022 after acquiring the streaming service of the same name in August 2021.

Dubs[]

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Anime[]

Series[]

Specials/OVAs[]

Films[]

Donghua[]

Series[]

Outsourced Dubs[]

Dubs Crunchyroll produced utilizing other dubbing studios.

Anime[]

Series[]

Films[]

Talent Pool[]

Voice Actors

Voice Actors frequently utilized in Crunchyroll’s dubs. Many of its voice cast also works on titles dubbed by Studio Nano in Dallas.

Recurring Guests

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

† deceased
* defunct/inactive/retired

Translators and Adapters[]

Directors[]

See Also[]

  • Crunchyroll; a subscription streaming service currently operated by the parent company of the same name.
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