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24.5%
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64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

When the Angels start attacking the planet Earth in the year 2015, only a handful of 14-year-old EVA pilots are able to stop them. Young Shinji Ikari suddenly finds himself forced to pilot EVA-01, a giant organic mecha, designed and constructed by NERV, that is the only thing that can stop the Angels.

Country: Japan

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Japanese

Release Date: August 20, 1997

Also Known As: Shin Seiki Evangelion, Евангелион |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, M), Brazil (14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

depression
symbolism
loss
love

Company Credits

Production Co: Gainax, Nihon Ad Systems (NAS) |  See more »

Cast

Kim Sevier
as Yui Ikari
Shelley Calene-Black
as Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Kôichi Yamadera
as Ryôji Kaji/Boy B/Extra Schoolboy E/Man on Phone/Manda/Soldier B
Hiro Yûki
as Makoto Hyûga/Announcer/Boy A/Boy B/Boy C/Control Staffer E/Extra Schoolboy D/Man/Man (Speaker)/Man B/Technician
Ernesto Lezama
as Kaworu Nagisa
Hôchû Ôtsuka
as Shirô Tokita
Tiffany Grant
as Asuka Langly Soryu
Eiji Maruyama
as Old Teacher
Doug Medford
as Additional Voices
Jason Lee
as Shigeru Aoba
Randy Sparks
as Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Spike Spencer
as Shinji Ikari
Yûko Miyamura
as Asuka Langley Sôryû/Female Announcer/Girl A/Woman A/Female Announcement/Female Announcer A/Female Operator A/Female Secretary's Voice/Girl/Hospital Announcer 1/Housewife A/Movie Theater Couple (Woman)/Public Announcement Voice (Female - Right)/Station Announcer (Female Recorded Voice - Left)/Voice from Publicity Car/Weather Girl/Woman/Woman on Radio A/Woman on Radio D
D.C. Douglas
as Keel Lorenz (2019 re-dub)
Jason Douglas
as Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Laura Chapman
as Naoko Akagi
Erica Lindbeck
as Ritsuko Akagi (2019 re-dub)
Katsumi Suzuki
as Committee Member C/News Announcer
Lucien Dodge
as Seele (2019 re-dub)
Vic Mignogna
as Shigeru Aoba (2004 Director's Cut)/Shigeru Aoba
John Gremillion
as Seele, Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Abby Trott
as Hikari Horaki (2019 re-dub)
Akiko Hiramatsu
as NERV Personnel
Mugihito
as Keel Lorentz
Takashi Nagasako
as Committee Member A/Military Officer
Tetsuya Iwanaga
as Kensuke Aida/Assistant A/Control Staffer A/Extra Schoolboy C/Laborer/Male Announcement/Male Speaker/Speaker C/Tactical Staffer A
Tomokazu Seki
as Tôji Suzuhara/Announcement/Announcement A/Committee Member B/Control Staffer B/Extra Schoolboy B/Institute Member/Male Speaker B/Speaker D/Staffer/Tactical Staffer B
Dan Rockwell
as Additional Voices
Yuriko Yamaguchi
as Ritsuko Akagi/Female Announcement/Female Speaker/Girl C/Speaker B/Woman on TV Drama
Tristan MacAvery
as Gendo Ikari
Megumi Ogata
as Shinji Ikari/Ship-wide Announcement/Yukina Kurimoto
John Tyson
as Asuka's Father (2004 Director's Cut)
Akira Ishida
as Kaworu Nagisa
Casey Mongillo
as Shinji Ikari (2019 re-dub)
Rebeca Patiño
as Naoko Akagi
Cherami Leigh
as Pen Pen (2019 re-dub)
Victor Carsrud
as Seele, Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Johnny Yong Bosch
as Tohji Suzuhara (2019 re-dub)
Rafael Rivera
as Asuka's Father
Mandy Clark
as Pen Pen, Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Billy Kametz
as Shigeru Aoba (2019 re-dub)
Fumihiko Tachiki
as Gendô Ikari/Station Announcer (Station Attendant - Middle-Aged Male - Center)/Station Announcer (Station Attendant - Middle-Aged Male)/Yasugi
Toshihiko Seki
as Assistant C/Tôji Suzuhara
Robbie Friedman
as Additional Voices
Motomu Kiyokawa
as Kôzô Fuyutsuki
Charles C. Campbell
as Commitee Member
Henry Dittman
as Council Member C (2019 re-dub)/Additional Voices (2019 re-dub)/Shiro Tokita (2019 re-dub)
Monica Rial
as Maya Ibuki (2004 Director's Cut)/Maya Ibuki
JP Karliak
as Kouzou Fuyutsuki (2019 re-dub)
Gene Kato
as OTR Admiral
George Manley
as Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Ben Diskin
as Kensuke Aida (2019 re-dub)
José Luis Castañeda
as O.T.R. Admiral
Greg Chun
as Ryoji Kaji (2019 re-dub)
Kelly Manison
as Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Kôichi Nagano
as Boy A/Man/Boy/Committee Member A/Control Staffer D/Control Staffers C/Delivery Man/Driver/Laborer/Male Operator/Man (Speaker)/Man B/Man on Plane/Man on Radio B/Movie Theater Couple (Man)/Soldier
Rick Peeples
as Keel Lorenz
Lauren Goodnight
as Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Nagasumi Takashi
as NERV Personnel
Clifford Chapin
as Kaworu Nagisa (2019 re-dub)
Chris Patton
as Seele, Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Hiroshi Naka
as UN General C
Stephanie McKeon
as Asuka Langely Soryu (2019 re-dub)
Tomomichi Nishimura
as Captain of Over The Rainbow/Man on TV Drama/Soldier C/UN General A
Hidenari Ugaki
as Man/Soldier A/Speaker from Cessna/UN General B
Aaron Krohn
as Ryoji Kaji
Carrie Keranen
as Misato Katsuragi (2019 re-dub)
Rob Mungle
as The Commander
Michitaka Kobayashi
as Kôzô Fuyutsuki
Andy McAvin
as Seele, Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Pedro de Aguillón
as Seele Member
Joe Pisano
as Toji Suzuhara
Ray Chase
as Gendo Ikari (2019 re-dub)
Melissa Cybele Sparks
as Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Liza Willert
as Asuka's Grandmother
Amanda Winn Lee
as Rei Ayanami
Junko Iwao
as Hikari Horaki/Announcer B/Department Store Announcement/Female Announcement/Female Morning Newscaster/Woman
Kyle Sturdivant
as Kaworu Nagisa
Mike Kleinhenz
as Seele, Additional Voices (2004 Director's Cut)
Yvonne Aquire
as Nurse, Asuka's Mother, Additional Voices
Melinda DeKay
as Asuka's Grandmother, Additional Voices
Akiko Yajima
as Child's Voice/Female Operator/Miss Uguisu
Allison Keith
as Misato Katsuragi
Kendra Benham
as Maya Ibuki
Sue Ulu
as Ritsuko Akagi
Genmu Kiyokawa
as Kôzô Fuyutsuki/Committee Member B
Christine M. Auten
as Female Doctor, Asuka's Stepmother (2004 Director's Cut)
Holly Vee
as Additional Voices
Maria Kawamura
as Asuka's Mother (Sohryu Kyouko Zeppelin)/Female Announcement A/Female Announcement B
Guil Lunde
as Kozo Fuyutsuki
Daniel Mk Cohen
as Makoto Hyuga (2019 re-dub)
John Swasey
as Gendo Ikari
Kotono Mitsuishi
as Misato Katsuragi/Dog on TV Drama/Girl B/Girl C/Woman (Speaker)
Jin Yamanoi
as Laborer A/Male Speaker A/Man/Man A/Man on Radio A/Speaker/Speaker A/Vice Captain
Scott Kilgore
as Additional Voices
Carol Amerson
as Hikari Horaki
Ben Nunez
as Additional Voices
Edward Hong
as Additional Voices (2019 re-dub)/Man on Plane
Matt Greenfield
as Makoto Hyuga
Megumi Hayashibara
as Rei Ayanami/Pen Pen/Woman/Yui Ikari/Announcement/Announcer/Female Announcer B/Female Operator B/Girl/Girl D/Hospital Announcer 2/Housewife B/Lower Floor Female Voice/PA Announcer/Phone Time Announcement/Public Announcement Voice (Female - Left)/Station Announcer (Female Recorded Voice)/Telephone Voice/Train Announcer (Female Recorded Voice)/Woman A/Woman on Radio C/Woman on Radio)
Jessica Calvello
as Additional Voices
Ryan Bartley
as Rei Ayanami (2019 re-dub)
Takehito Koyasu
as Shigeru Aoba/Committee Member D/Extra Schoolboy A
Greg Ayres
as Kaworu Nagisa (2004 Director's Cut)
Layton Payne
as Additional Voices
Lorraine Reyes
as Additional Voices
Christine Marie Cabanos
as Maya Ibuki (2019 re-dub)
Miki Nagasawa
as Maya Ibuki/Announcer/Announcer A/Female Voice from Helicopter/Girl B/Maya Ibuki, Woman B/Woman on Radio B
Kurt Stoll
as Kensuke Aida

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1997 | 26 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Crunchyroll Anime Awards 2020

Nominee

Crunchyroll Anime Awards

Best VA Performance (English)

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