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Ryan Manning (II)

Ryan Manning was born on April 8, 1980 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Ryan is known for Dragon Ball (1995), Dragon Ball GT (1996) and Mega Man X Command Mission (2004). See full bio »

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Dragon Ball Sound Department
Dragon Ball GT Sound Department
Mega Man X Command Mission Additional Crew
MegaMan Powered Up Sound Department


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 2006 MegaMan Powered Up (Video Game) (recording engineer - English version)
 2004 Battle Assault 3 Featuring Gundam Seed (Video Game) (sound recording engineer)
 2004 Mega Man X8 (Video Game) (adr recordist: (uncredited? - uncredited)
 2004 Inuyasha: The Secret of the Cursed Mask (Video Game) (adr recordist: (uncredited? - uncredited)
 2003 Gregory Horror Show (Video Game) (recording & adr engineer)
 2003 Hoop Days (TV Series) (adr recordist: (uncredited? - uncredited)
 1995-2001 Dragon Ball (TV Series) (recording engineer - 28 episodes)
- The Final Blow (2001) ... (recording engineer)
- Number One Under the Moon (2001) ... (recording engineer)
- The Grand Finals (2001) ... (recording engineer)
- Danger from Above (2001) ... (recording engineer)
- Krillin's Frantic Attack! (2001) ... (recording engineer)
 2000 Mega Man X5 (Video Game) (adr recordist: (uncredited? - uncredited)
 1999 Betterman (TV Series) (recording engineer - 26 episodes)
- Nothingness (1999) ... (recording engineer)
- Memory (1999) ... (recording engineer)
- Memory (1999) ... (recording engineer)
- Offering (1999) ... (recording engineer)
- Life (1999) ... (recording engineer)
 1999 Gregory Horror Show (TV Series) (recording engineer - 1999-2006)
 1998 Magical Stage Fancy Lala (TV Series) (recording engineer - 26 episodes)
- Minna daisuki! (1998) ... (recording engineer)
- Kiete shimatta lala (1998) ... (recording engineer)
- Lala no first concert (1998) ... (recording engineer)
- Oneechan no boy friend (1998) ... (recording engineer)
- Scoop! Lala no shoutai (1998) ... (recording engineer)
 1996 Dragon Ball GT (TV Series) (recording engineer - 13 episodes)
- Koitsu ga Oyadama!? Nazo no Kagakusha Myuu (1996) ... (recording engineer)
- Kami no Otsuge wa Chou Meiwaku!! Luud Kidou (1996) ... (recording engineer)
- Luud no Noroi!? Ningyou ni Sareta Pan (1996) ... (recording engineer)
- Odotte Attack!? Bonpappa!! (1996) ... (recording engineer)
- Shimatta!! Gokuu Tobikomu Wana no Hoshi!? (1996) ... (recording engineer)
 1994-1995 Mobile Fighter G Gundam (TV Series) (recording engineer - 49 episodes)
- Earth's SOS! Gundam Federation Rescue (1995) ... (recording engineer)
- Devil Colony Activated! Attack of the Shuffle Alliance (1995) ... (recording engineer)
- Rain's Crisis! Return of the Devil Gundam (1995) ... (recording engineer)
- Farewell Master! Master Asia's Last Breath (1995) ... (recording engineer)
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 2005 DNA Integrated Cybernetic Enterprises (Video Game) (recording engineer: English voices)
 2004 Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Zeta Gundam (Video Game) (recording engineer: English voices)
 2004 Mega Man X8 (Video Game) (recording engineer: English voices)
 2004 Mega Man X Command Mission (Video Game) (recording engineer: English voices)
 2004 Crimson Tears (Video Game) (recording engineer: English voices)

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