All hell breaks free once the titular Chainsaw Man appears, and MAPPA creates one of the greatest and bloodiest animated moments in a very long time, so we are here with the Chainsaw Man voice actors to get to know the actors behind the characters.
We’ve been waiting for an adaptation of Chainsaw Man, and the much-awaited anime debuts with a nasty, gruesome, violent, yet somewhat touching episode that features some excellent gallows humor and unexpectedly moving themes. If you were concerned about excessive dependence on computer-generated imagery, be assured that it is employed successfully without being intrusive in Chainsaw Man, the animation in this film is more similar to Jujutsu Kaisen than the aforementioned Attack on Titan.
Instead, there is a masterful blending of computer-generated and hand-drawn animation, allowing for intricate camera motions and movement as well as great use of space, with a climactic warehouse fight fully utilizing its depth of field. This is all to make the danger feel bigger, the enemies look stronger, and the movements seem more intricate. The Chainsaw Man’s revving chains, are a hellish weapon that roars and deafens as it slaughters away at Denji’s enemies, but more importantly, who are the Chainsaw Man voice actors behind the characters?
Kenjiro Tsuda as Kishibe
Kenjiro Tsuda is a Japanese actor, voice actor, narrator, and director of motion pictures. Tsuda enjoys both making movies and viewing them, he started going to the movies in junior high; even though he watched classic Westerns until senior high and concentrated on artistic flicks once he started college, his primary interest is clearly in non-genres. Tsuda made his directorial debut on February 2 with the premiere of “Documentertainment AD-LIVE”, and he now has two children and married a lady he met while beginning his career as a theater actress.
His wife is not a celebrity, as Tsuda noted in his Instagram announcement. Tsuda reasoned that by not making his marriage public, he could ensure the protection of his family and also took this stance because he wanted to be an expressive person like his favorite performers, who have a strong appeal for keeping their personal life private. Chainsaw Man voice actor Tsuda is 51 years old and married.
Mariya Ise as Himeno
Mariya Ise, a Japanese actress, and narrator from Kanagawa Prefecture, is one of the Chainsaw Man voice actors. In addition to Urara Kasugano/Cure Lemonade in Yes PreCure 5 and its sequel GoGo, she also portrayed Killua Zoldyck in Hunter Hunter (2011), Ray in The Promised Neverland, Midari Ikishima in Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler, and Reg in Made in Abyss.
She appeared in the anime series Aishiteruze Baby in 2002 and voiced Cure Lemonade in Yes PreCure 5 and appeared as a guest star in the television special Lupin III: Seven Days Rhapsody shortly after making her acting debut. Chainsaw Man voice actor Ise is 34 years old, was born on September 25, 1988, and is single.
Fairouz Ai as Power
Japanese voice actress Fairouz Ai is associated with Raccoon Dog, and she portrayed Hibiki Sakura, the lead character in the 2019 anime series How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift in her first significant role. At the 14th Seiyu Awards in 2020, Fairouz was one of the winners of the Best New Actress Award and she provided the voice for Manatsu Natsuumi/Cure Summer in the 2021 video game Tropical-Rouge Beautiful Cure.
On April 4th, 2021, Fairouz voiced Jolyne Cujoh in the anime version of Stone Ocean, and after Pro-Fit was shut down on March 31, 2022, Fairouz joined forces with voice-acting firm Raccoon Dog. Chainsaw Man voice actor Ai is 29 years old and single.
Tomori Kusunoki as Makima
Japanese voice actor and singer Tomori Kusunoki is now associated with the Sony Music Artists agency, and in addition to making her voice acting debut in 2017, she was also given her first lead part as Kirara, the protagonist of the Japanese mobile game Kirara Fantasia. She developed a love for anime during her second year in junior high, she was particularly fond of the television show Kobato and Kana Hanazawa’s depiction of the title character. Chainsaw Man voice actor Kusunoki is 22 years old and single.
Karin Takahashi as Kobeni
Chainsaw Man voice actor Karin Takahashi is a Kanagawa Prefecture-born Japanese voice actor and singer who has a contract with Aoni Production. She started her entertainment career in 2013 with the release of the song “Kimi to Futari,” which she co-wrote with Yurika End.
She made her acting debut in the anime television series Ace of Diamond the same year. As Nono Morikubo in The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls, Sasame Mitsukuri in Ongaku Shoujo, and Haru Soramachi in Between the Sky and Sea, she is also well-known, and she was a part of the musical ensemble Trefle. Chainsaw Man voice actor Takahashi is 28 years old and probably single.