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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Semi-Perfect Cell with sound clips and images.
Semi-Perfect Cell is the result of Imperfect Cell absorbing Android 17. In this stage of evolution, Semi-Perfect Cell is stronger, faster and more powerful. Cell is much bulkier and more humanoid in appearance than his Imperfect form.

In the English dub version of the Dragon Ball Z anime by Funimation, Semi-Perfect Cell is voiced by Dameon Clarke.

In an alternate English dub by the Ocean Group, Semi-Perfect Cell is voiced by Dale Wilson.

In the video gamea Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, Tenkaichi Tag Team and Raging Blast 2 Semi-Perfect Cell is voiced by Travis Willingham.
Created by Jackson_H on Sat Jan 23 2010, 17 Comments, Add Comment
Dragon Ball Z (1996)
Semi-Perfect CellDameon Clarke
Dameon Clarke
Dragon Ball Z (1996)
Semi-Perfect CellDale Wilson
Dale Wilson
Dragon Ball: Raging Blast (2009)
Semi-Perfect CellTravis Willingham
Travis Willingham


Each of these voices were fairly good for this form of the character, but IMO they're also the weakest performances from all the voice actors when comparing this form's voice to the other forms of Cell (Imperfect, and Perfect).

Like Imperfect-Cell they all sound pretty similar so I'm kind of undecided which I prefer most. If I had to choose I guess Dameon Clarke is my pick.


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said at 10:32 PM on Tue Mar 11 2014
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Well after listening to more of the Ocean Dub for the Cell saga. For this form of Cell I actually liked Dale Wilson's performance. Only thing I didn't like was his yells but that's about it. I also find it funny how Dale was Dameon's teacher in Voice acting and they both ended up voicing Cell. Haha
said at 12:59 PM on Thu Dec 19 2013
Dameon Clarke does it best for me. His derpy-throat voice sounds more clear and natural when compared. It literally sounds like a mix inbetween his perfect and imperfect voice which made sense.

Where as Travis just sounded more generic and bloated in that voice. Like he was trying to copy Dameon but not quite has it.

It isnt bad for a replacement but his range in tones in that voice isnt as diverse as Dameon's. Travis just doesnt have that undertone needed and doesnt give me that arrogant but comedically incompetent attitude Dameon does.
said at 6:39 AM on Fri Oct 11 2013
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Dameon Clarke sounds like Fred Tatasicore's Hulk voice.
said at 6:01 PM on Tue Oct 8 2013
1. Travis Willingham - Perfected Dameon's take by toning down the lisp a little bit.
2. Dameon Clarke - It's okay, but could do without that garbled lisp that sounds like something's stuck in his throat.
3. Dale Wilson - He can not act very well, which seriously hinders this take.
said at 11:40 AM on Thu Jun 6 2013
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I think Dameon Clarke did the best.
said at 11:12 AM on Fri Mar 8 2013
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I like Dameon Clarke's take the most because he's in an awkward limbo between his perfect and imperfect forms. It makes him sound awkward when he's trying to convince Vegeta to allow him to reach his perfect form, yet throughout the whole thing he still conveys Cell as a cocky and imposing threat and gives a perfectly flexible performance despite the fact that it sounds like he's gargling rocks.
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said at 6:56 PM on Tue Apr 9 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy So I'm not the only one who thought that Dameon sounded like an awkward version of his Perfect Cell. It makes *ahem* perfect sense.
said at 8:15 PM on Tue Apr 9 2013
@Nightmare Crusher Yup, it does make perfect sense. I like the fact that the voice is ugly and awkward sounding and the fact that Dameon is still able to convey all of Cell's emotions despite that. It really is perfect for showing his desperation, clawing his way through his evolution to his perfect state.
said at 7:38 AM on Sat Jul 7 2012
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Dameon wins again, although as many have stated, Semi-Perfect Cell has a pretty iffy voice on the whole and DEFINITELY not as good as Imperfect or Perfect.

Travis was surprisingly... bland in this role, which was a bit sad to see really. From the clip bove, he seems to be putting little actual emotion into the voice.

Dale had... exactly the same voice as he did in the other forms, and I've already talked about how bad a job he did with regards to them, despite that, the performance here is... pretty good for him, not gonna lie.

#1: Dameon Clarke
#2: Dale Wilson
#3: Travis Willingham
said at 6:39 PM on Sat Feb 4 2012
In this particular form, Cell is meant to be a dim-witter, hulking brute. Travis Willingham evokes that particular side of him, perfectly.

Although, I do give credit to Dameon Clarke for outdoing Travis in terms of cockiness. & I also gives to Dale Wilson for sounding classy without going overboard.

But as Jackson_H stated in the Editior's Opinion box, that when you compare this form to Cell's other forms (Imperfect & Perfect), Semi-Perfect has the weakest performances in terms of both voice & acting, easily.
said at 12:09 PM on Sun Jan 8 2012
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Dale Wilson is the best at Cell. Dameon and Travis sound like an obese man impression.
said at 2:24 AM on Fri Jul 15 2011
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I like Dale Wilson the most, even though this is my least favourite incarnation of Cell, he's the only one who doesn't seem like he's trying to sound fat.
said at 5:38 PM on Sat Jan 23 2010
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Once again, Dameon Clarke beats out all the competition. Though Travis is at a close second. I don't like Dale Wilson's Cell at all.

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