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Trigun

Trigun

Trigun
First Aired (USA): March 31, 2003
Last Aired (USA): 2003
Home Video Release Date (USA): March 28, 2000

First Aired (Japan): April 1, 1998
Last Aired (Japan): 1998

Seasons: 1
Episodes: 26

Franchise: Trigun
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Alchan the Green
said at 8:32 PM on Thu Oct 24 2013
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What really interests me about the "Trigun" cast (at least in English) is the number of voice actors who are unknowns, or were at the time. I've looked through the VA's of several of the characters now, and while some of them carved out pretty impressive careers (I'm thinking of Johnny Yong Bosch and Bridget Hoffman here, for instance) others either did virtually nothing else or had careers but ones that people don't really remember or talk about.

In particular, it fascinates me that of the four main "Trigun" men, only two of them (Vash and Legato) are voiced by actors who've since had much of a career. Both Jeff Nimoy and Bo Williams seem almost completely unknown even now.


#1 favorite TV Show
for 1 member.

A favorite TV Show
for 64 members.
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"Though it differs from the manga, it's still awesome!"

- Eric Rolon
FAVE CHARACTER
Who's your favorite character?
Vash the Stampede
50.0% (4 votes)
Nicholas D. Wolfwood
25.0% (2 votes)
Milly Thompson
12.5% (1 votes)
Meryl Stryfe
12.5% (1 votes)
8 Total Votes
VOICE COMPARES
Listen to all the actors who have voiced the following Trigun characters.
Meryl Stryfe
Milly Thompson
Nicholas D. Wolfwood