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DuArt Media Services is an American film and recording studio founded in New York City by Al Young in 1922. DuArt has been involved with a number of films over its history, such as Dirty Dancing, The Cider House Rules and Forrest Gump, pioneering in a number of filmmaking technologies. Founder Al Young built one of the earliest continuous 35-millimeter processing machines in 1927, DuArt processed the first film in Eastmancolor negative in 1950, and DuArt also worked with CBS on EVR consumer video-player-based special-motion film in 1966. In 1979, DuArt was presented with an Academy Award for Technical Achievement for their development of the Frame-Count cueing system. During the 1980s, the lab became an industry leader in Super-16mm blow-ups, enabling independent filmmakers the opportunity to compete in the theatrical marketplace with low-budgeted films. In 2000, owner and Chairman Irwin Young was awarded the Gordon E. Sawyer Award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for technological contributions to the motion picture industry.

Since 2006; they opened their doors for anime dubbing, original animation, and commercials, with clients including 4Kids Entertainment, AnimeWho, The Pokémon Company International, Accel Animation, J. Kyle's Korner Entertainment and Mondo Media. Their notable works include Pokémon (the eleventh through twenty-second seasons), Joe vs. Joe, and It's All Elementary.

On August 25, 2021, DuArt announced that they would be ceasing all of its media services to focus on its real estate holding.

Dubs

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Animation

Series

  • Winx Club (2004-2015) (Season 7)
  • Robocar Poli (2011-present)
  • Regal Academy (2016-2018)
  • World of Winx (2016-2017)

Films

Anime

Series

Specials/OVAs

Films

Talent Pool

Voice Actors

Note that some voice actors use alternate names for legal reasons.

  • Greg Abbey (also known as Frank Frankson and John Campbell)
  • Christopher C. Adams
  • Lisa Adams
  • Tucker Allan
  • Ric Anderson
  • Ryan Andes
  • Justin Anselmi
  • Alexandra Archetti
  • Jo Armeniox
  • Major Attaway (also does work in Dallas)
  • Emily Bauer (usually credited as Emily Jenness, previously based in California until 2003/2004)
  • Amanda Baumler
  • Aurora Bea
  • Benjamin Becker
  • Rebecca Becker (real name Simona Berman)
  • Henry F. Benjamin
  • Noah Benjamin
  • Eliza Bent
  • Sam Black
  • Maddie Blaustein (passed away in 2008)
  • Craig Blair
  • Catrin Lloyd Bollard
  • Carmen Borgia
  • J. David Brimmer (also credited as Michael Alston Baley)
  • Kate Bristol (briefly from 2014-2018 before moving back to Dallas, still does work in DuArt on occasion, also known as Kate Nget)
  • Theresa Buchheister
  • Tyler Bunch (better known for his puppeteering work with the Muppets, his voice acting work is under the name of H.D. Quinn)
  • Kathryn Cahill
  • Francesca Calo
  • Roger Callagy (real name Rob Morrison)
  • Jordan Carlos
  • Bailey Carr
  • Henry Carr
  • James Carter Cathcart (also known as Jimmy Zoppi and Billy Beach)
  • Michael Chobot
  • Grace Choi
  • Neo Cihi
  • Henry Coffey
  • Nikki Colange
  • James Weaver Clark
  • Christopher Collet (also known as Andrew Paull)
  • Shannon Conley (also known as Vibe Jones or Sonny Dey)
  • Nicholas Corda
  • Tamir Cousins-Ali
  • Emily Cramer
  • Michael Lockwood Crouch
  • Amanda D'Archangelis
  • Jennifer Forziati-DaCosta
  • Samantha Daniel
  • Alysha Deslorieux
  • Marc Diraison (moved to California in 2013)
  • Lianne Marie Dobbs
  • Kether Donohue (now based in Los Angeles as a live-action actress, also known as Annice Moriarty)
  • Ryan William Downey
  • Nicholas DiMichele
  • Darren Dunstan
  • Daniel J. Edwards
  • Jenny Emm
  • Allen Enlow
  • Adam Ezegelian
  • Bryan Fenkart
  • Toby Fielding
  • Marci Fine
  • E. James Ford
  • Nathalie Frederick
  • Lisa Flanagan
  • Lauren Gallo
  • Lori Gardner (also known as Lori Phillips)
  • Jayne Grand
  • Wayne Grayson (also credited by his real name, Vinnie Penna)
  • Dan Green (also credited as Jay Snyder, Tom Wilson)
  • Jason Griffith (moved to California in 2018, also known as J. Griff or Adam Caroleson)
  • Deven Bailey Griffin
  • Abe Goldfarb
  • Nathalie Gorham
  • Marcus Guerrier
  • Jake Gus
  • Graham Halstead
  • Brittney Lee Hamilton
  • Martha Harms (previously based in Dallas until 2016)
  • Bobbi Hartley
  • Dina Hawana
  • Alex Haynes
  • Ula Hedwig
  • Michael Henning
  • John Hershberger
  • Khristine Hvam
  • Laurie Hymes
  • Eli James
  • Vanessa Johansson (also known as Vanessa Gardner)
  • David Errigo Jr. (moved to Los Angeles in 2016)
  • Michael Liscio, Jr.
  • Eva Kaminsky (also known as Eva Christensen)
  • Lauren Kammerling
  • Jessie Kane-Gill
  • Rory Max Kaplan
  • Francis Kelly
  • Marisa Kennedy
  • Carrie Keranen (also known as Evelyn Lanto and Caroline Lawson, moved to California in 2010)
  • Brian Kim
  • Michele Knotz (also does work in Dallas)
  • Christopher Kromer
  • Matthew Labyorteaux (also known as Matt Charles)
  • Alyse Lamb
  • Brittany Lauda (previously based in Dallas, but still does work there on occasion)
  • Barrett Leddy
  • Eddy Lee
  • Ted Lewis (also known as Ed Paul)
  • Neil Levine
  • Ronald Levine
  • Rachael Lillis* (moved to California in 2013)
  • Peter Linz* (usually credited under George Bailey)
  • Averyn Mackey
  • Dani Marcus
  • Saskia Maarleveld
  • Gary Mack (real name Gary Littman)
  • Natasha Malinsky (also known as Rhonda Krempa, previously did work in Singapore for Odex)
  • Evan Maltby
  • Jesse Manocherian
  • Joshua Matthews
  • Maggie McDowell
  • Jamie McGonnigal (has also worked in Dallas)
  • Michael McMillan
  • Rich McNanna
  • Samantha Moon
  • Michelle Morehead
  • Emlyn Morinelli (also known as Emily Williams, previously did work in Singapore for Odex)
  • Cassandra Lee Morris (moved to California in 2010)
  • Gilles Motais
  • Samia Mounts
  • Brian Munn (also known as Brian Hovland)
  • Suzy Myers
  • Samara Naeymi
  • Sarah Natochenny
  • David Oliver Nelson
  • Christina Nicholas
  • Ryan Nicolls
  • Norma Nongauza
  • Ax Norman
  • Mary O'Brady
  • Jennifer O'Donnell
  • Sara Ornelas
  • Lisa Ortiz (moved to California in 2019/2020, but still does work for DuArt)
  • Michael Palan
  • Amy Palant
  • Jake Paque
  • Haven Paschall
  • Rodger Parsons (also known as Ken Gates)
  • Rose Pednoe
  • Pay Pental
  • Kate Peterson
  • Aaron Phillips (credited as Ben Phillips, not to be confused with the Funimation actor of the same name)
  • Tom Picasso
  • Therese Plummer
  • Mike Pollock (also known as Herb Lawrence, has done work in Los Angeles for Sonic Boom)
  • Brittany Pressley
  • Miriam Pultro
  • Debora Rabbai (also credited as Angora Deb)
  • David Logan Rankin
  • Scottie Ray (real name Scott Rayow)
  • Joe Rodriguez
  • Annie Roland
  • Julián Rebolledo
  • Georgette Reilly
  • T.J. Del Reno
  • Rosie Reyes (real name Rohana Kenin Elias-Reyes)
  • Sean Reyes (real name Sean Kenin)
  • Lara Starr Rigores
  • Carly Robins
  • Benn Robbins
  • Bill Rogers (moved to California in 2015/2016, but still does work for DuArt)
  • Kayzie Rogers (also known as Jamie Peacock, retired in 2016 and moved to Zanzibar)
  • Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld
  • Jonathan Todd Ross (also known as Todd Garbeil)
  • Josh Ruben
  • Anthony Salerno
  • Carrie Savage (formerly based in California and Texas, moved to New York in 2015)
  • Sean Schemmel (formerly based in Dallas, moved to California in 2013)
  • Melissa Schoenberg (also known as Melissa Hope)
  • Erica Schroeder (formerly credited as Bella Hudson)
  • Bob Senkewicz
  • Lipica Shah (also known as Lipica Jaclyn)
  • Robby Sharpe (also known as Robby Duncan Sharpe)
  • Lindsay Sheppard
  • Jonathan Silver
  • Rachel Slotky
  • Rebecca Soler (also known as Jessica Paquet)
  • Caroline Spinola
  • Ryan Stadler
  • Eileen Stevens (moved to St. Petersburg, FL in 2019)
  • Rachael S. Stern
  • Nick Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Joshua Swanson
  • Marc Swint (also does work in Dallas)
  • Hilary Thomas (now based in Seattle)
  • Billy Bob Thompson
  • Marc Thompson
  • Natasha Tictotin
  • Bill Timoney (also known as Billy Regan, also did work in Los Angeles during the late 90s-early 2000s)
  • Bill Tost
  • Aleksey Tsitsilin
  • Bryan Tyler
  • Elinor Vanderburg
  • Ben Wayland
  • Finn Wayland
  • Henry Wayland
  • Tom Wayland (left company after rape allegation in 2015, still does work for NYAV Post and his own company)
  • Bruce Warren
  • Adam Wennick
  • Alexander Werenko
  • Annika Werenko
  • Tim Werenko
  • Sophie Weyman
  • Crystal Wilkinson
  • Kerry Williams
  • Scott Williams
  • Cory Willis
  • David Wills
  • Nicole Wood
  • Oliver Wyman (also known as Pete Zarustica)
  • Meredith Zeitlin (also known as Zoe Martin)
  • Stuart Zagnit (also credited as Stan Hart)
  • Emily Woo Zeller (only "Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa & the Clash of Ages" and "Pokémon XY"; Formerly based in Hong Kong until 2014, moved to Los Angeles in 2018)

Guest Actors

Voice actors from outside the NY talent pool that have appeared in their dubs.

† deceased
* defunct/inactive/retired roles.

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