Shinji "Third Child" Ikari

Shinji Ikari

Animeography
Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth
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Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
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Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone
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Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance
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Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo
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Evangelion: 3.0+1.0
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Petit Eva: Evangelion@School
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Nihon Animator Mihonichi
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Schick x Evangelion
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Beautiful World
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Mangaography
Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Shinseiki Evangelion: Koutetsu no Girlfriend 2nd
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Shinseiki Evangelion: Ikari Shinji Ikusei Keikaku
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Neon Genesis Evangelion: Campus Apocalypse
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Shinseiki Evangelion: Ikari Shinji Tantei Nikki
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Shinji Ikari (碇シンジ)
Age: 14
Birthday: June 6, 2001
Height: 155 cm (5'1")
Blood type: A
Father: Gendo Ikari
Mother: Yui Ikari
Guardian: Misato Katsuragi

Shinji Ikari is the Third Child ('Third Children' in Japanese), who pilots Unit 01. He is the son of Gendo and the late Yui Ikari. Abandoned by his father, Gendo, when he was a toddler, Shinji often ran away from difficult situations. As a pilot, he panics easily and reacts very poorly to unexpected events. Over time and with encouragement from Misato, he learns to be less cowardly, more outspoken, and more confident.



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Voice Actors
Spencer, Spike
English
Ogata, Megumi
Japanese
Raffaeli, Daniele
Italian
Lucindo, Fábio
Brazilian
Reignoux, Donald
French
Ugarte, Victor
Spanish
Maurer, Hannes
German
Kang, Su Jin
Korean
Trifol Segarra, Albert
Spanish
Jimenez, Ariadna
Spanish
De Bouard, Vincent
French


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