To all my fellow dub fans, what actors do you always find yourself enjoying? Who rocks your socks and takes a good Anime and makes it a great Anime? Personally, I dig the following: Tiffany Grant I was first introduced to Miss Grant when she played Asuka in Evangelion, and the fact I'm such a big Asuka fan is in large part due to her performance. I've since seen many of her other shows, and her characters almost always end up being my favorites. She doesn't just play the characters, she becomes them. Plus, after listening to some of the commentary tracks she's doena dn reading interviews, I learned she's one of us. She's a fan. That's awesome. Lia Sargent Watch the dub of "Hand Maid May." I challenge you not to fall in love with that sweet, innocent voice. Steven Blum Okay, yes, I saw all the complaints that he only has the one voice, but 'cmon, not everyone can be a McNeil or a Welker. Besides, the guy can act. Can you really think of anyone better to play Rodger Smith or Spike Speigel (sp?). My only complaint about this guy is that I'm a little tired of him being cast in every Anime ever. Monica Rial And in the opposite direction of Mr. Blum, I don't think I've ever heard this girl ever use the same voice twice. It blows my mind that she can play the soft spoken younger lead from "Noir" (name esacpaes me) and then turn around and play the spunky, sexy, sometimes drunken female lead from "RahXephon" (whose name also escapes me). Travis Willingham "I'm not chasing you because I was ordered to. I'm chasing you because I'm pissed. Now, why did you run away without asking for my help first?!" I got chills, man. Seriously. Sean Schemmel Probably best known as the English voice of Goku, and that's the reason I'm listing him here. He perfectly captures both Goku's child-like stupidity and his intensity in battle. And if I can believe his Internet Movie Database profile, he's got some serious range to boot! Chris Sabat Say what you will about DBZ, I think Vegeta is one of the most interesting characters in all of Anime. I also think FMA's Major Armstrong is one of the funniest, most over the top powerhouses. Both were great performances. More as I think of them.