Super Mario Bros. Wonder released less than a day ago, but some people are already plowing through the game is quickly as they can. That means some have already seen the credits roll, and now they know the voices behind the extended cast of characters.

While we’ve heard about a few of the voice actors prior to the game’s launch, we can now see all the voice actors credited in the game. The credits in Super Mario Bros. Wonder mention all the talented people who lent their voice to the game, but not specifically who they portray. That information will no doubt be sussed out in the coming weeks, but for now, here’s the breakdown of who you’ll be hearing throughout the adventure.

  • Kevin Afghani – Mario and Luigi
  • Luís Barros
  • Dawn M. Bennett – Nabbit
  • Christine Marie Cabanos
  • Nakyoon Choi
  • Paolo De Santis
  • Ewout Eggink
  • Caitlyn Elizabeth – Prince Florian
  • Giselle Fernandez – Daisy
  • Leandro Hainis
  • Kenny James – Bowser
  • Samantha Kelly – Princess Peach, Yellow Toad, Blue Toad, Toadette, Captain Toad
  • Junji Kitajima
  • Anton Kobylko
  • Rafa Parra – Talking Flowers [European Spanish]
  • Jérémy Prévost
  • Ma Bo Qiang
  • Caety Sagoian – Bowser Jr.
  • Jan Uplegger
  • Alan Fernando Velázquez – Talking Flowers [Latin American Spanish]
  • Mick Wingert - Talking Flowers [English]

As some superfans will notice, a few of the longtime voice actors associated with iconic characters have been replaced. Again, Nintendo hasn’t mentioned why they’ve made the move to recast any of these characters, but hopefully we’ll learn a bit more in the future.

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8M ago

It’s not the first time nor will it be the last time the voice actors have changed. There have been several for nearly all characters in the past. Martinet was just the most constant.

I think all the voice work is great in Super Mario Wonder.