Daisuke Hirakawa

Daisuke Hirakawa (平川 大輔 Hirakawa Daisuke, born 4 June 1973) is a Japanese voice actor. Born in Niigata Prefecture, he is sometimes mistaken for fellow voice actor Daisuke Namikawa, as their names only differ by one character when written in kanji. He is the official Japanese voice actor for Orlando Bloom. For some roles, he is also known as Tatsuya Hirai (平井 達矢).

Daisuke Hirakawa
Native name
平川 大輔
BornJune 4, 1973 (age 45)
Other namesTatsuya Hirai (平井 達矢)
OccupationVoice actor
Years active1997–present
Known forOrlando Bloom's official Japanese voice actor
Notable credit(s)

Career

He has done Japanese voice-overs for two of Orlando Bloom's characters, Will Turner from Pirates of the Caribbean and Kingdom Hearts II, and Legolas from The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.

Filmography

TV anime

2001
2003
  • Papuwa, Tōhoku Miyagi, Hayashi
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019

Original video animation (OVA)

Theatrical animation

Web animation

Video games

Drama CDs

  • Ai no Kotoba mo Shiranaide (2008), Shougo Kaji
  • Aishiteru (Youko Fujitani) (2008), Aiha Harutomo
  • Akanai Tobira (2008), Tachibana
  • Alterna (Orutana) (2009), Keisuke Takeo
  • Ambassador wa Yoru ni Sasayaku (2009), Boyer
  • Boku no Koi no Hanashi Himegoto (2006), Ryuuji Mizue
  • Boukun no Kajou na Aijou (2004), Makoto Tooyama
  • Code:Realize ~Sousei no Himegimi~ as Saint-Germain
  • Daisukes, Kurokawa Daisuke
  • Danna Catalogue, Kanbe Hitoshi
  • Dash!, Akimoto
  • Diabolik Lovers, Sakamaki Laito
  • Gisou Renai no Susume (2007), Maki Ashihara
  • Goshujinsama to Inu (2008/2009), Chiharu Asada
  • Haiyore! Nyarko-san (2009), Nyarto
  • Hanakage ~Ochita Mitsuka~, Hugh Glenn
  • Hitorijime Theory (2009), Nishioka
  • I LOVE PET! vol. 7, Shepherd Dog, Sousuke
  • Secret Eye (2009), Shirosaki Homura
  • Iro Otoko ~Kyoudai Hen~ (2008)
  • Jain no Chi (2007), Takaaki Kadono
  • Jooubachi no Kanbinaru Kougou, Hakuou
  • Junk!Boys (2006), Tsukasa Sakuma
  • Kageki series 5: Kageki ni Tengoku, Ragunoru
  • Katekyo! (2009), Kaede Sumizome
  • Kichiku Megane Souchaku Ban (2007), Saeki Katsuya
  • Kichiku Megane Hisouchaku Ban, Saeki Katsuya
  • Koi no Shizuku (2008), Reiji Takase
  • Konna Otoko wa Aisareru (2008), Shougo Kaji
  • Kotonoha no Hana Series 2: Kotonoha no Sekai (2011), Yukitaka Fujino
  • Koisuru Boukun, Hiroto
  • Kuroi Aijou (2007), Tomonori Fushimi
  • Mede Shireru Yoru no Junjou, Kichou
  • Reload (2008)
  • Repeat After Me? (2009), Atsushi Imai
  • Risou no Koibito (2013), Yoshimi Kosaka
  • Sanbyaku nen no Koi no Hate (2009), Hiyou
  • Saudade (2007), Robert Blanca Serrano
  • Shukan Soine, Kakeru
  • Slaver Series, Tsukui
  • Spirits Tea (2007), Kayama Kyohei
  • Stray Sheep (Satoshi Kagami), Seiji Tachibana
  • Tsumitsukuri na Kimi (2006), Yuzuki
  • Yandere Heaven Black Series 1: Seishin Gakuen Boys Dormitory (2012), Masato Nabari
  • Yuiga Dokuson na Otoko, Toshikazu Oki
  • Yuuutsu na Asa (2010/2011), Tomoyuki Katsuragi
  • Yume Miru Seiza (2008), Kuze in Yume Miru Seiza (The Constellation Shine in the Sky)/ Kensuke Yamaguchi in Saredo Utsukushiki Hibi (Beautiful Days)
  • Ze, Himi

Dubbing

References

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  2. ^ "School Days" (in Japanese). AT-X. Retrieved January 25, 2010.
  3. ^ "アニメ「イタズラなKiss」公式サイト" (in Japanese). itakiss-anime.jp. Retrieved January 25, 2010.
  4. ^ "キャスト:STAFF&CAST:シャングリ・ラ" (in Japanese). anime-shangri-la.j. Archived from the original on February 9, 2010. Retrieved January 25, 2010.
  5. ^ "Starry☆SkyPORTAL" (in Japanese). honeybee-cd.com. Archived from the original on February 4, 2011. Retrieved April 14, 2011.
  6. ^ "TV Anime Ao Haru Ride Official Site" (in Japanese). aoha-anime.com/. Retrieved April 4, 2014.
  7. ^ "My Monster Secret/Jitsu wa Watashi wa Anime Casts Daisuke Hirakawa, Hiro Shimono, Wataru Hatano". Anime News Network. Retrieved June 4, 2015.
  8. ^ "Handa-kun Anime Casts Kenichi Suzumura, Daisuke Hirakawa, Shouta Aoi, Toshiki Masuda". Anime News Network. Retrieved August 14, 2016.
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  10. ^ "Nobunaga no Shinobi TV Anime's Additional Cast, October 4 Premiere Revealed". Retrieved August 25, 2016.
  11. ^ "Sayaka Senbongi, Katsuyuki Konishi Join Magic-kyun Renaissance Anime Cast". Anime News Network. Retrieved August 27, 2016.
  12. ^ "Shūmatsu no Izetta Anime's 4th Promo Video Reveals Staff, Cast". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 2, 2016.
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  14. ^ "Kirakira Precure a la Mode Anime Casts Daisuke Hirakawa, Hisao Egawa". Anime News Network. Retrieved June 24, 2017.
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  16. ^ "Code:Realize ~Sousei no Himegimi~ Japanese Official Website". Retrieved May 5, 2015.
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