Mignogna tried out for Bleach, and received the part of Ikkaku. Vic has also performed an English version of Byakuya ~True Light~ (Dark) from D.N.Angel, English versions of Hikari E, We Are!, and the eleventh ending, A to Z from One Piece, and an English version of Brothers, or Bratja, from Fullmetal Alchemist.
Mignogna is also one of the most featured voice-over actors on YouTube with over 1,000 videos featuring him or his songs. Mignogna also appeared on Star Search in 1993, singing a song called "Worth Waiting For". He has recently appeared in such shows as Aquarion, Pumpkin Scissors and Red Garden. He will also be reprising his role as Fay D. Flourite in the yet-to-be release 2nd season of Tsubasa Chronicle. On July 4, 2008 it was announced Vic will be playing Tamaki Suou in Ouran High School Host Club.
He has an official fanclub, "Risembool Rangers" (named after Edward Elric's hometown in Fullmetal Alchemist), with 8,000+ members worldwide, including fellow voice actors Caitlin Glass and Scott McNeil. He has a goal of 10,000 fans. The group was founded in 2005. Vic's appreciation for his fans led to the creation of the short film Fullmetal Fantasy where he played Edward Elric.
There is a friendly rivalry between the Rangers and Travis Willingham's fan club, the Miniskirt Army. When both actors are at a convention together, the rangers set up a game of dodgeball between the two clubs.
He has stated in several interviews that he is also a fan of Fullmetal Alchemist, and that voicing the part of Edward Elric was probably the most memorable role in his voice acting career. These statements were made at Fullmetal Alchemist panels at anime conventions.
Vic says that playing Broly from Dragon Ball Z put a strain on his voice and usually doesn't do any Broly quotes at conventions. A popular fan favorite is the "Short rant" by Edward Elric or the "Miniskirt Line", the line which he has said to have plagued him ever since he said it, and became an internet phenomenon.
Vic has teamed with Steven Blum in making audio clips titled "Real Fans of Genius," which parodies Budweiser's Real Men of Genius radio commercials. These anime-themed clips talk about various stereotypical fans of the anime world. To date, four official recordings have been released, which include "Mr. Anime Cosplayer Guy," "Ms. Bewildered Con Mother," and "Mr. Hallway Sleeper Guy." At Kawaii Kon 2007, Vic and Steve debuted a new live version made exclusively for the convention itself, entitled "Mr. Kawaii Kon Volunteer Worker Guy." He also did a similar, but renamed version for Otakon 2007 entitled "Mr. or Ms. Determined Otakon Attendee."
He loves to direct, edit and photoshop and has his own home recording studio, where he produces his own CDs.
He is active in church and created a recording of the Gospel of John from the Message version and created a CD of it played to piano which is available for free download on his website.