Laid-Back Camp Anime Season 1 Announces English Dub Cast & Staff

Crunchyroll announced on Aug 1, 2022, that they are officially bringing the first season of Laid-Back Camp English dub to the platform, The first episode will be released on Aug 2, 2022.

They also revealed the cast and staff involved in the English dub of the anime.

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Main cast members for Laid-Back Camp season 1 English dub are:

Morgan Lauré (Hime in Kakushigoto): Nadeshiko Kagamihara
Celeste Perez (Sei in The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent): Rin Shima
Hannah Alyea: Aoi Inuyama
Katelyn Barr (Natsumi in Date A Live): Chiaki Ogaki
Molly Zhang (Hachimitsu in Shikimori’s Not Just a Cutie): Ena Saito
Robin Clayton: Sakura Kagamihara
Monét Lerner (Druj in The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!): Shizuka Kagamihara
Greg Lush (Lindo in Dance with Devils): Ito
Morgan Lauré: Pinecone
Additional Voices: Ian Sinclair

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The staff involved in Laid-Back Camp season 1 English dub are:

ADR Director: Jad Saxton
Assistant ADR Directors: Morgan Lauré, Sara Ragsdale
Lead ADR Engineer: Ian Emerson, Rickey Watkins
ADR Script Writer: Heather Walker
ADR Script Supervisor: Bonny Clinkenbeard
ADR Prep: Brandon Peters
ADR Mix Engineer: Gino Palencia

Laid-Back Camp, also known in Japan as Yuru Camp, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Afro. The manga was first serialized in Houbunsha’s Manga Time Kirara Forward magazine from July 2015 to February 2019 until it was transferred to the publisher’s website and app for manga called Comic Fuz. It has been collected in thirteen tankōbon volumes. The manga is licensed in North America by Yen Press.

An anime television series adaptation by C-Station aired in Japan from January to March 2018; the anime was co-financed and licensed by Crunchyroll. A short anime spin-off, titled Room Camp, aired from January to March 2020.

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A live-action drama series aired in Japan from January to March 2020, and a second drama season aired from April to June of 2021. A second anime season aired from January to April 2021.

A virtual reality video game based on the series was released in March 2021, and a visual novel developed by MAGES was released in November 2021.

Source: Crunchyroll

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