Vic Mignogna

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Vic Mignogna
Vic Mignogna by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
Mignogna in May 2012, at the Phoenix Comicon.
Born Victor Joseph Mignogna
Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Residence Los Angeles, California[1]
Occupation Voice actor, singer, director, actor, composer
Years active 1999–present[2][N 1]
Religion Nondenominational Christianity[3][4]
Website
vicsworld.net

Victor Joseph Mignogna /mɪnˈjɑːnə/ is an American voice actor and musician best known for his work for ADV Films/Seraphim Digital, Funimation/OkraTron 5000, and Viz Media/Studiopolis. Mignogna has provided voices for numerous Japanese anime series and video games, and is best known for his role in the dubbing into English of Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist,[5] for which he was awarded an American Anime Award for Best Actor in 2007. He also voices Broly in the Dragon Ball Z films,[5] Tamaki Suoh in Ouran High School Host Club,[6] Fai D. Flowright in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Ikkaku Madarame in Bleach,[5] Dark Mousy in D.N.Angel, and Zero and Ichiru Kiryu in Vampire Knight.[7] Mignogna has also provided voices for Spirit Albarn in Soul Eater, Yoshimori Sumimura in Kekkaishi, and Nagato, Obito Uchiha, and Fuen in Naruto Shippuden. He is the voice of E-123 Omega from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise.

Early life[edit]

Mignogna grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.[8] He graduated from Liberty University with a degree in television and film production.[9] He helped produce and arrange some of the songs on DC Talk's eponymous first album.[8][9] Mignogna taught drama and speech in Jacksonville, Florida,[10] and was an officer with the Ocean City Police Department.[9] In 1990, he moved to Houston, Texas, where he was a film and video production instructor at The Art Institute of Houston.[8] In 1993, he was a contestant on American television talent show Star Search, on which he sang "Worth Waiting For".[11]

Career[edit]

Mignogna at a comic expo in Calgary, Canada, June 2011

While working in video production with John Gremillion in Houston, Mignogna got involved in voice acting in anime at ADV Films.[8][10] He made his debut as Vega in the video game Street Fighter II V.[1][10][12][10][13][14] He started attending anime conventions, where he contacted Funimation and landed the voice role of Broly in the Dragon Ball Z films.[10][12]

In 2007, the American Anime Awards presented Mignogna with an award for Best Actor for his work on Fullmetal Alchemist.[15][16][17] He often gains attention for his role in Fullmetal Alchemist, and he attends between 15 and 25 conventions each year.[1][18] One of Mignogna's career goals was "to record at all of the major places where dubbing is done."[19] He said he was "the first ADV voice actor to record at Funimation in Dallas and then I was the first to go to New York".[19] He has also recorded in Los Angeles; he tried out for Bleach and received the part of Ikkaku Madarame.[20][21]

In addition to voice acting, Mignogna has been involved in production for music, sound, and video.[22][23] He has produced hundreds of jingles for commercials,[19] and he was a worship leader with Houston's First Baptist Church.[8][4] He has sung the U.S. national anthem at several Houston Astros baseball games.[8] As a musician, Mignogna has released several albums, some of which feature English cover versions of anime songs from shows including One Piece and the Dragon Ball series. He also handled some of the ADR direction for the English dub of Claymore, in which he voices Rigaldo.

Mignogna has been involved with several fan productions, including Fullmetal Fantasy[19] and Star Trek: Phase II. In the latter series, he co-directed the episode "Enemy: Starfleet" and played the Andorian Captain. He directed "KITUMBA" and played Malkthon the Klingon, and was slated to direct the episode "Mindsifter".[1][14][24] In 2012, Mignogna worked with the Starship Farragut production group. He has directed and starred as Captain Kirk in their web series Star Trek Continues.[2][25][26][27]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

Animation and live-action dubbing[edit]

Video games[edit]

Live-action[edit]

Documentary[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Audio recordings[edit]

  • Gospel Of John
  • A Howl at the Moon (2014) – audiobook narrator[154]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The closing credits or manual does not list the voice actors involved.

References[edit]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 1999 was the year that Mignogna began voice acting for anime dubs for television shows and videos. He has been composing and producing music since DC Talk's album in 1989, and appeared on television in 1993 as a contestant on Star Search.

External links[edit]