Funimation Announces English Dub Cast For ‘My Dress-Up Darling’ Anime

‘My Dress-Up Darling’ is a slice-of-life romantic comedy manga written and illustrated by Shinichi Fukuda. The series began publication in 2018 through Square Enix and has currently released eight volumes. Its popularity has led to anime adaption from CloverWorks under director Keisuke Shinohara. Only partway into the first season, Funimation has announced that they have acquired the license to produce an English dub.
“We’ve done all the measurements and obtained the necessary materials, so it’s officially time to unveil the cast and crew for the My Dress-Up Darling English dub,” Funimation wrote on their website. “Dressing up for the occasion is AmaLee (ZOMBIE LAND SAGA) as Marin and Paul Dateh making his anime debut as Wakana, who’ll be forming a full outfit with these fashionable co-stars.”
The rest of the cast includes R Bruce Elliott (Case Closed) as Kaoru, Dani Chambers (After School Dice Club) as Nowa, Madeleine Morris (How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift) as Daia, Natalie Rose (The Quintessential Quintuplets) as Rune, Jack Britton (Cannon Fodder) as young Wakana, and Lila Britton (“Pizza or Candy” music video) as Nobara.
You can watch the trailer below:

Wikipedia describes the synopsis as follows:
“Wakana Gojo is a first-year high school student who dreams of becoming a hina doll craftsman. One day during his first semester, his popular classmate Marin Kitagawa sees him making doll costumes in the school’s clothing room. Marin, who has wanted to cosplay for a while and has observed Wakana’s skill in sewing, asks him to create the costume of a character from a video game that she adores. Despite the fact that Wakana had no experience making a costume on a human scale, he was inspired by Marin’s tenacity and agreed to make one for her.”
Emily Fajardo will serve as ADR Director. Muse Communication is handling the dubbing in Southeast Asian markets.

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