Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie - Characters

Characters

Main
Character Japanese VA English VA
Ryu Kōjirō Shimizu Skip Stellrecht (Hank Smith)
Ken Kenji Haga Eddie Frierson (Ted Richards)
Chun-Li Miki Fujitani Lia Sargent (Mary Briscoe)
Guile Masane Tsukayama Kirk Thornton (Donald Lee)
M. Bison (Vega in Japan) Takeshi Kusaka Tom Wyner (Phil Matthews)
Secondary
Character Japanese VA English VA
Sagat Shigezo Sasaoka Peter Spellos (David Conrad)
Vega (Balrog in Japan) Kaneto Shiozawa Richard Cansino (Steve Davis)
Balrog (M. Bison in Japan) Jōji Nakata Joe Romersa (Joe Michaels)
E. Honda Daisuke Gōri Richard Epcar (Patrick Gilbert)
Dhalsim Yukimasa Kishino Don Carey
Cammy Yōko Sasaki Debra Jean Rogers (S. J. Charvin)
Fei Long Masakatsu Funaki Bryan Cranston (Phillip Williams)
Dee Jay Ginzō Matsuo Beau Billingslea (John Hammond)
T. Hawk Shōzō Iizuka Steve Blum (Richard Cardona)
Blanka Unshō Ishizuka Tom Carlton
Zangief Tetsuo Kaneo William Johnson
Eliza Hiromi Tsuru Toni Burke
Sensei Hideyo Amamoto George Celik
Senoh Chikao Ōtsuka Leo Gray

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