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October 22, 2021
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About this title


In the distant past, a Japanese samurai (Phil LaMarr) embarks on a mission to defeat the evil shape-shifting wizard Aku (Mako and Greg Baldwin). Before he can complete his task, though, he is catapulted thousands of years into the future. He finds himself in a world where Aku now enjoys complete power over every living thing. Dubbing himself "Jack", he sets out on a new quest - to right the wrongs that have been done by his enemy, and to find a way back to his own time so he can destroy the evil for good.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: August 10, 2001

Also Known As: Samuray Jack, Jack o samurai |  See more »

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


Plot Keywords

flying car
killer robot
time travel

Company Credits

Production Co: Cartoon Network Studios, Williams Street


Brock Peters
as Lazzor (Elder)
Bob Joles
as Caccitore/Customer/Worm Handler
Janine LaManna
as Siren #2
Brian Tochi
as Boy/Kid B
Dee Bradley Baker
as Wolf/Ancient Mariner/Baby/Bully #1/Gill King/Ogre #2/Robot/Scientist/Ticket Guy
Mike Bell
as Biker 2/Man
Corey Burton
as Crow/Goatman/Monk #1
Chris Parnell
as Additional Voices/Mud Alien/Scientist
Lauren Tom
as Kuni/Mother/Samurai Jack's Mother/Yamiko/Young Samurai Jack's Mom
André Sogliuzzo
as Stitches/Taxi Driver
Kath Soucie
as Daughter 1/Daughter 2/Kid A/Mother/Olivia
Jonathan Osser
as Young Samurai Jack
Rino Romano
as Robot/Thief
Bobby Edner
as Lil Kid/Tall Kid
Josh Peck
as Alien Kid/Pig #3/S Kid
Tom Kenny
as Scaramouche/Additional Voices/Analyst/Brother Shu/Chamberlain/Chitron 6/Chritchellite/Chritchellite #1/Chritchellite #2/Chritchellite #3/Cop #6/Idealist/King/Leader/Man/Manager/Master Ning/Mean Dog #2/Monkar/Og/Peasant/Popeye Robot/Townsperson/Wolf
Danny Mann
as Elder/Kurtok/Soldier
Ruth Williamson
as Scotsman's Wife
David Alan Grier
as Da Samurai/Junk Monster
Richard McGonagle
as Odin/Slave #3/Slave #4/Slave Driver/Viking/Villiage Leader/Warrior/Water Creature
Daran Norris
as Additional Voices/Captain/Max/Ra/Rama/Spartok/Barber/Chartman/Gentleman/Helmsman/Hunch Bishop/Hunter #1/Man #2/Man #3/Prince/X-49
Clyde Kusatsu
as Dad/Father/Grand Master/Old Man
Jennifer Martin
as Ikra
Maurice LaMarche
as Boss/Bouncer #2
Jeff Bennett
as Alien/Monkey Boy/1st Crowd Member/2nd Man/Additional Voices/Cathbad/Clansman #1/Connery/Creature/Demon/Dog/Dreyfuss/Extor/Fisherman/Frederick/French Robot/Gargoyle/Gummagog/Hiker/Huge Bear/Leader/Lil Aqualizer/Lil Red Hood/Man/Man A/McDuffy/Middle Bear/Miner #1/Ogre #1/Rat/Ringmaster/Sergei/Slave #2
Mark Hamill
as Guiness/Other Fisherman
Matt Levin
as Astor/Monk B
Greg Burson
as Baba Looey/Quick Draw McGraw
Marco Tito
Keegan-Michael Key
as Additional Voices/Da' Samurai
as Aku/Hermit
Kari Wahlgren
as Additional Voices/Aki/Ami
Quinton Flynn
as Monk A
John Kassir
as Scissorsmith
Patrick Pinney
as Angus/Clansman #2/Old Clansman
Gary LeRoi Gray
as A Kid/Pig #2
Rachael MacFarlane
as Mom
Brian George
as Brotok
Adrian Diamond
as African Prince
Phil LaMarr
as Samurai Jack/Additional Voices/Guard/Leader/Alien #2/Aqualizer/Biker 3/Bouncer #1/Bounty Hunter #1/Captain/Caveman #2/Celtic Demon/Conductor/Cop #3/Dog #1/Frog/General/Holy Monk/Homeslice/Host/Innkeeper/Lady 1/Mad Jack/Man #1/Man B/Mantoid/Mate/Miner #2/Mountain Creature/Ogre #3/Passenger #2/Patron/Phil/Robot/Robot 478-A97/Salesman/Shady/Slave #1/Soldier/Tribe Leader/Vender #1/Vendor/Villager/Warrior #2/Warrior #5/Woolie/Woolie #2/Worm 2
Sab Shimono
as Emperor
Joe Lala
as Engineer/Owner/Passenger #1
John DiMaggio
as The Scotsman/Additional Voices/Alien Guard/Clansman #3/Ezekiel Clench/Pedestrian/Vender #2
Joe Alaskey
as Alien #3/General
Tim Curry
as Worm 1
George Takei
as Warrior #4
Grey Griffin
as High Priestess/Additional Voices/Flora/Woman/Clerk/Female Robot/Fire Creature/Girl #2/Girl #3/Grandma/Josephine Clench/Lady #1/Lil Red Hood's Mom/Lula Lillywhite/Monk/Mysterious Figure/Olivia/Princess Mira/Spring
Clancy Brown
as Dragon
Aaron LaPlante
as Additional Voices/The Omen/Dominator/Odin
Tara Strong
as Ashi/Additional Voices/Avi/Boy/Computer Voice/Girl #1/Lady #2/Little Girl/Mother/Phone Operator/Queen/Siren #3/Verbina/Vision
Larry Cedar
as Doorman/Mr. Pibbles
Greg Baldwin
as Aku/Additional Voices/Orc Captain/Ringo
Rob Paulsen
as Rothchild/Cole Lampkin/Cop #1/High Voice Guy/Lizor/Taxi Driver
Peter Renaday
as Grandmaster Tan Zang/Priest
Keone Young
as Young Emperor/Bandit/Caveman #1/Dog Owner/Monk
Anndi McAfee
as Girl/Pig #1/Wee Bear
Jennifer Hale
as Bird/Crow/Fairy/Girl/Narc/Siren #1/Technician/Waitress/Woman
Kevin Michael Richardson
as Alien #1/Demongo/Additional Voices/African Chief/Am/Announcer/Archer/Bartender/Biker 1/Boris/Bouncer/Brobot/Customer/DJ Stylbator/Evil Chief/Fishman/Ganeesh/Gordo/Guardian/Hunter #2/I/Jo Junga/Knuckles/Lady 2/Lil Guy/Lionor/Mean Dog #1/Monk #2/Mr. Shine/Patron #1/Robot/Sheriff/Snowman/Sumoto/Tango Beast/Titan/Ultra Robot/Vada 2/Villager/Warrior #1/Warrior #6/Well/Woolie/Woolie #1
Billy West
as 2nd Crowd Member/Additional Voices/Merchant/Old Man/The Man/Tiger Men/Wizard
Jess Harnell
as Ringo/Waitress
B.J. Ward
as Witch Hag

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2001 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2002 | 13 Episodes

Season 3

2002 | 13 Episodes

Season 4

2003 | 13 Episodes

Season 5

2017 | 10 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Ottawa International Animation Festival 2002


Ottawa International Animation Festival

Best Television Series

Primetime Emmy Awards 2002


Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More)

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