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Voice Compare » Devil May Cry » Dante

Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Dante with sound clips and images.
Dante is the protagonist of Devil May Cry. He is the son of the demon Sparda and specializes in paranormal mercenary work.

Drew Coombs voiced Dante for the first DMC game and for Viewtiful Joe. Matthew Kaminsky took over in Devil May Cry 2, and Reuben Langdon is the current voice of Dante, starting with Devil May Cry 3.

Created by NCZ on Dec 22 2010, 34 Comments
Devil May Cry (2001)
DanteDrew Coombs
Drew Coombs
Devil May Cry 2 (2003)
DanteMatthew Kaminsky
Matthew Kaminsky
Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening (2005)
DanteReuben Langdon
Reuben Langdon


All three of these VAs were suitable and gave good performances. I'm mostly in favour of Reuben Langdon, but Drew and Matthew were also just fine.



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said at 4:32 AM on Fri Jul 10 2015
1 Reuben
2 Drew
3 Matthew- it's okay but too brooding, then again he(Dante) is broody in that game
said at 11:05 PM on Sun May 17 2015
 1 Shout Out!
I do question DmC dDantie not being here. Oh, he's a completely different character. Not even the same species. Neither are the majority of the characters in Spider-Man Unlimited, for example, but they're included in the Spider-Man VCs. Heck, look at Batman; it includes Terry McGinnus. _Completely_ different character than Bruce Wayne. If these examples stand, so should new Dante.
said at 7:08 PM on Mon May 18 2015
@Bookman230 Not to mention female Mewtwo from that Genesect movie is included in the Mewtwo comparison, despite also not even remotely being the same character, just the same species.

I've always kinda scratched my head over that, as well as a good chunk of the "in name only" Transformers being included in VC's, yet DmC Dante being excluded because of that reason, doesn't make much sense to me.
said at 9:25 PM on Thu Jan 7 2016
@Bookman230 To be honest, and I'm not trying to pick a fight with anyone, but I do believe that it's a simple case of admin bitterness.
Don't get me wrong, I despise the DmC Dante. But I can't help but notice the flawed logic in stating "Well, it's just a completely different character."

Numerous other voice compares include vastly different incarnations of the same character, but it seems this VC is the only one where they will not even humor such an idea.

I have nothing but respect for the admins on this site, and I did side with this reasoning in the past, but after having seen many other voice compares on this site, not including DmC Dante here really doesn't make sense to me.
said at 12:14 PM on Thu Mar 12 2015
 2 Shout Outs!
1) Reuben Langdon
2) Drew Coombs
3) Matthew Kaminsky
said at 10:52 PM on Sun Oct 5 2014
 1 Shout Out!
Coombs was good... but the direction (and writing) was what let him down. Seriously I saw his work in live action, he's goooood!

Kaminsky... similar deal with Coombs really.

But then you get Langdon! This guy fits Dante very well. Though I'm glad he's doing other stuff and more, GOD I hope they bring back THIS version of Dante again! Reubon is just too good!
said at 7:37 PM on Wed Jun 11 2014
Reuben dominated this role for sure
said at 6:43 PM on Thu Mar 27 2014
Why isn't Tim Phillips in this comparison? I know someone will say it's because he's the voice of the reboot Dante from Dmc Devil May Cry, but look at the Sonic the Hedgehog series. Just because that Dante is from a different continuity from the other Dante, doesn't mean he's still not Dante from the Devil May Cry franchise.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 8:10 PM on Thu Mar 27 2014
@TrueMyriad What does Sonic have to do with this?
said at 8:34 AM on Thu May 8 2014
@NCZ I think his argument is that all the Sonics are in the Sonic voice compare, despite having been rebooted and remade and shown in many different storylines.
But the thing with Sonic is, it's always the same character. Dante in DmC is a completely different character.
said at 7:37 PM on Wed Jun 11 2014
@RenoRebirth I see what you mean. Thanks for explaining my point though. Next time I'll think before I write a long drawn out paragraph about my opinions, but thanks a lot though Reno
said at 9:45 PM on Tue Jan 14 2014
hmm pity
said at 9:16 PM on Tue Jan 14 2014
hey wheres DMC Devil may cry Dante i know many ppl dont like his redesign and possible voice (Because fan boys cant accept change) but still
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 9:28 PM on Tue Jan 14 2014
@RevolverRikochet He's considered a differen character than this Dante
SM Scorx
said at 9:56 PM on Sat Jun 28 2014
@Music Meister
It's not that he is considered a different character, DmC Dante IS a different character.
DmC Dante is not even the same species as the original.
said at 2:44 AM on Tue Sep 10 2013
 7 Shout Outs!
"I should've been the one to fill your dark soul with LiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiGGGGGGGhhhT!!"

I'm sorry, I had to reference that line at least once.
Shaun Ince
said at 5:24 PM on Sun May 17 2015
@MilanTheVillain01 That line is so lengendary xD!
said at 4:40 PM on Thu May 30 2013
 1 Shout Out!
Drew Coombs sounds a little stiff here and there, and his voice is a bit generic "anti-hero with attitude", and yes, he had a few hammy moments. However... I thought he sounded pretty darn good for the time. He performed Dante's "hero with attitude" parts very well, his emotional scenes (even though they were a bit on the hammy side) were actually pretty effective, and he gave an all around solid performance. He did justice to both Dante's wise-cracking, pissed half-demon anti-hero exterior as well Dante's softer compassionate side.

Matthew Kaminsky isn't bad either. He probably would have been much better had Devil May Cry 2 not been such a stale follow up and he had better dialogue to work with. He sounds like an older Reuben Langdon.

Reuben Langdom fits into the part just as well as Drew Coombs. I've never found his voice-work to be particularly impressive, but he really got Dante's self-absorbed, wise-cracking attitude (which is partially to hide that he's lonely and grief stricken because of his family situation and in life in general) better than either Coombs or Matthew.

I would probably say it's a tie between Reuben and Drew, but since Reuben Langdon has had more time with the role, playing both a younger and older Dante, and that he's refined it with two games and a twelve episode series, I have to give it to him.
said at 11:37 AM on Sun Nov 4 2012
The voice clip used for Reuben Langdon's Dante doesn't really show his range at all if anything a better clip should be used. Matthew Kaminsky and Drew Coombs are about on par with each other while Reuben Langdon is a decent Dante but doesn't real stand well with the other two.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 12:23 PM on Sun Nov 4 2012
@IAMTHEVASTUNIVERSE I hate to admit it, but I've never actually played the Devil May Cry games. XD I basically grabbed the first clip I found. You're welcome to suggest a new one.
said at 12:41 AM on Fri Mar 4 2011
 1 Shout Out!
langdon, easily, the other two were meh.
SM Scorx
said at 8:24 PM on Thu Feb 10 2011
 1 Shout Out!
Langdon, hands down.
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Who do you think has been the best from these Dante voice actors?
Drew Coombs
Matthew Kaminsky
Reuben Langdon