The English Dub Cast for BEASTARS has been revealed.

On Thursday, Netflix revealed the English dub cast for the television anime adaptation of Paru Itagaki’s BEASTARS manga.

The English dub cast consists of:

  • Griffin Puatu as Louis
  • Kaiji Tang as Bill
  • Ben Diskin as Jack
  • Jonah Scott as Legoshi
  • Lara Jill Miller as Haru
  • Daman Mills as Kai
  • Erika Harlacher as Els
  • Keith Silverstein as Gouhin

Outside of Japan, the BEASTARS anime will premiere on Netflix on March 13. On October 8, the anime debuted on Netflix in Japan, followed by premieres on Fuji TV’s [+Ultra] programming block and TV Nishinippon on October 9. The anime will be renewed for a second season.


The manga is being published in English by Viz Media, and the following is how the story is described:

Personal relationships are what keep the fragile peace at a high school where students are literally divided into predators and prey. Who among them is a Beastar—an academic and social role model destined to become a leader in a society that is naturally distrustful?

An herbivore student was killed and eaten last night at Cherryton Academy. The herbivores’ suspicions naturally turn to their carnivore classmates among the members of the drama club… Who is the main suspect? Legoshi is a big wolf. But he wouldn’t hurt a fly—or would he? And will dwarf rabbit Haru bring out the beast in him? Or are his feelings for her…something else?

Shinichi Matsumi (assistant director for Pom Poko, Porco Rosso; episode director for Rurouni Kenshin, Rage of Bahamut Genesis) directed the anime at CG anime Studio Orange (Land of the Lustrous, Dimension W).

Nanami Higuchi (Little Witch Academia, Ninja Slayer From Animation) wrote the scripts, Nao Ootsu (firearm design for Saga of Tanya the Evil, sub-character designer for Banana Fish) designed the characters, Eiji Inomoto (Kan Colle, Ghost in the Shell Arise) was the CG chief director, and Satoru Kousaki (Wake Up, Girls!, Oreimo both seasons, Monogatari Series Second Season) composed the music.


In September 2016, Itagaki debuted the manga in Weekly Shnen Champion magazine, and Akita Shoten published the manga’s 17th compiled book volume on January 8. Viz Media published the manga’s fourth volume on January 21, and it will publish the fifth volume on March 17.

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