The Ice Guy and His Cool Female Colleague English Dub Reveals Cast & Crew, Release Date
The first episode goes live this week!
They may put on a cold front, but their interactions are far from stiff! So grab your comfiest blanket, because the chill yet heart-warming The Ice Guy and His Cool Female Colleague is the next English dub to blow into Crunchyroll this winter, starting with the first shift on Tuesday, January 24!
Here are the main cast and crew getting the job done:
- Himuro voiced by Lee George (Appare in APPARE-RANMAN!)
- Fuyutsuki voiced by Kristen McGuire (Alice in The Duke of Death and His Maid)
- Saejima voiced by Austin Tindle (Ishigami in Kaguya-sama: Love is War)
- Komori voiced by Caitlin Glass (Saki in ZOMBIE LAND SAGA)
- Chief voiced by Shawn Gann (Doc in RADIANT)
- Nyamero voiced by Macy Anne Johnson (Shikimori in Shikimori's Not Just a Cutie)
- ADR Director: Michelle Rojas
- ADR Engineer: Stevie Rae Krieger
- ADR Script: Leah Clark
- ADR Mix: Neal Malley
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Based on the manga by Miyuki Tonogaya, The Ice Guy and His Cool Female Colleague is directed by Mankyu at studio ZERO-G and Liber, with series composition by Tomoko Konparu (Blue Spring Ride), character designs by Miyako Kano (Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It animation director) and music by Ruka Kawada (Is the Order a Rabbit?).
If you're a fan of workplace comedies, don't miss the first episode of the English dub when it drops on January 24, right here on Crunchyroll!
For Himuro, being a descendant of a snow spirit is tough at the workplace when your emotions can lead to snow blasts with snowmen and igloos. Any emotionally charged incident with coworkers can trigger it—conflict, fun, and in this case, romance. And with his lovely and calm coworker Fuyutsuki, he gets more frozen, literally. Get ready for a snow-white office romance that blows in like a blizzard.
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