The Cuphead Show!, a kid-friendly animated series based on the Canadian video game Cuphead, released its 2nd season just now, only 6 months after the 1st season. The show’s reviews are generally positive, with critics praising the show’s visuals and comedy while also criticizing its lack of substance.
We’re here to go over The Cuphead Show voice actors, who amazingly give voice to many fan-favorite characters, including Cuphead, Mugman, and Elder Kettle. Here is everything we know about The Cuphead Show cast members, their characters, ages, and real-life partners.
As you know, the series (and the video game it’s based on) follows 2 brothers, Cuphead and Mugman. The titular character, Cuphead, is the more impulsive of the siblings, and Tru Valentino voices him. However, Cuphead is not the only character Valentino voices in the series. You can also hear him when these characters talk: Bee Cops, Bulldog Inmate, Demon 1, Famine Demon, Game Show Announcer, Prison Guard.
Valentino is chiefly known for his voice acting in various projects, including Fast & Furious Spy Racers (2019-2021), Madagascar: A Little Wild (2020-2022), Beavis, and Butt-Head (2022), and Spidey and His Amazing Friends (2021-2022). The actor doesn’t give much information about his personal life, so we don’t know his exact age or potential partner.
Cuphead’s more cautious but persuadable brother is Mugman, voiced by Frank Todaro. Again, as is typical for many animated shows, Todaro is the voice of many other characters: Bus Stop Man, Earthworm, Eggplant Bouncer, Gluttony Demon, Gumball Machine, Jerry, Radio Annoncer, Radio Announcer, Soul Ball Game Voice.
Todaro, too is mainly known for his voice acting in projects such as The Vampire Dies in No Time (2021), Transformers: War of Cybertron Trilogy (2020-2021), and The BeatBuds, Let’s Jam (2021). He is 45 years old and is currently engaged to a woman named Jack. The pair is frequently seen on each other’s Instagram posts, such as this one.
An indispensable The Cuphead Show character is The Devil, who is voiced by Luke Millington, who also voices the Devil Goat in the series. The actor’s full name is Luke Millington-Drake, and his filmography includes only a few projects. Most of these include minor roles in TV series such as Best Friend Fix (2019) and Loot (2022). His upcoming projects include the Hulu series Reboot and That 70s Show reboot That 90s Show.
The actor, who is 29 years old, is also a big social media personality with 221k followers on Instagram. Not much is known about the actor’s dating life.
Grey DeLisle, aka Grey Griffin, mainly voices Chalice but is also the voice of Emma, Hildaberg, Ms. Chalice, Old Woman, Screwdriver, and Screwdriver Clerk. Throughout her career, DeLisle made a name for herself with her incredible performances in series such as Johnny Bravo (1997-2004), The Weekenders (2000-2004), The Powerpuff Girls (2000-2005), Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends (2004-2009), Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008), Sanjay and Craig (2013-2016), and many more.
DeLisle (48) married 3 times. Her 1st marriage with Christopher DeLisle lasted only a year (1992-1993). In 2002, her 2nd marriage to Murry Hammond began, and the couple had a son in 2007. However, they divorced in 2010. 2 years later, the actress married Jared Griffin and gave birth to 2 children. In 2017, the couple ended their marriage. It is not certain whether the actress has someone in her life or not.
Another The Cuphead Show cast member is Wayne Brady, who voiced King Dice. The actor is best known for the improvisational comedy TV series Whose Line Is It Anyway? and as the host of The Wayne Brady Show. He is still the host of the variety game Let’s Make a Deal (2009- ). Brady is 50 years old and has been through 2 marriages with Diana Lasso (1993-1995) and Mandie Taketa (1999-2007). He has a son born during his 2nd marriage.
The last of The Cuphead Show voice actors is Joe Hanna, who mainly voiced Elder Kettle alongside Pig Attendant and Sal Spudder. Hanna is known for his voice acting in shows like Cannon Busters (2019), Robot Chicken (2006-2015), and in video games such as The Godfather II (2009) and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009). The actor’s personal life is pretty much discreet, so we don’t know much about him except his work.