Takehito Koyasu

Takehito Koyasu (子安 武人 Koyasu Takehito, born May 5, 1967 in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture) is a Japanese voice actor.[1]

Takehito Koyasu
Native name
子安 武人
BornMay 5, 1967 (age 51)
Other namesHayato Jumonji
OccupationVoice actor
Years active1987–present
AgentT's Factory
Notable credit(s)

Career

Koyasu is part of the voice actor quartet Weiß consisting of Weiß Kreuz voice castmates Shinichiro Miki, Tomokazu Seki, and Yuuki Hiro. He used to work for Production Baobab but is now the head of T's Factory, a voice actor company he founded in 1998.

Koyasu is known for his deep, smooth voice, which often lands him in roles that are either villains or lonely bishōnen. Recently, though (as in the cases of Mitsurugi Hanagata from Saber Marionette J, Ryo Kuroyanagi from Yakitate!! Japan, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo, and Kei Itoshiki from (Zoku) Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei) he has been voicing more and more lively/humorous characters. According to Hisaya Nakajo, the manga artist of the series Hana-Kimi, the character of Masao Himejima was designed with Koyasu's voice in mind; the voice actor ended up voicing this character in the series' drama CDs.

On 18 September 2009, he created Velvet Underworld series which is the first drama CD of the series, "The Fool". In the following month, "The Wheel of Fortune" had released as the second drama CD of the series.

Filmography

Television animation

1987
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
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2003
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2005
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2008
2009
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2018

Original video animation (OVA)

Films

Video games

Drama CDs

References

  1. ^ Doi, Hitoshi. "Koyasu Takehito". Seiyuu Database. January 3, 2011. Retrieved January 10, 2011. Archived January 11, 2011, at WebCite
  2. ^ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/review/kaleido-star/dvd-1
  3. ^ "Hakushaku to Yōsei Promotional Video Streamed". Anime News Network. August 30, 2008. Retrieved January 9, 2015.
  4. ^ ""Nisekoi" Anime Slated For January 2014". Crunchyroll. 2013-08-22. Retrieved 2014-03-19.
  5. ^ "ニンジャバットマン BATMAN NINJA公式サイト【2018年6月15日(金) 劇場公開】". warnerbros.co.jp (in Japanese). Retrieved April 27, 2018.
  6. ^ http://www.guiltygear.us/character/zato-1

External links

1967 in Japan

Events from the year 1967 in Japan.

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Beyond the Labyrinth has been described as having graphical similarities to the game Ico. The game's combat system blends real-time and action-based gameplay elements together. The soundtrack of the game is composed by Motoi Sakuraba. The game features two well-known voice actors, Haruka Tomatsu and Takehito Koyasu.

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Hayato (given name)

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Hayato Sakamoto (坂本 勇人, born 1988), Japanese baseball player

Hayato Sakurai (桜井 速人, born 1975), Japanese mixed martial artist

Hayato Sano (佐野 勇斗, born 1998), Japanese actor and member of boy group M!LK

Hayato Sasaki (佐々木 勇人, born 1982), Japanese footballer

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Hayato Takagi (高木 勇人, born 1989), Japanese baseball player

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Miki is also a singer with the four-man band Weiß, along with Takehito Koyasu, Tomokazu Seki, and Hiro Yūki, the four main voice actors of Weiß Kreuz. Miki is also very active in BL dramas. He won Best Actors in supporting roles in the 4th Seiyu Awards. He often gets cast as handsome, young men in anime roles, the most notable being Youji Kudou - Balinese of Weiß Kreuz, Kojirō ("James") in the Pokémon anime.

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Takehito

Takehito (written: 武人, 威仁, 健人, 健仁, 岳人 or たけひと in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:

Prince Arisugawa Takehito (有栖川宮威仁親王) (1862–1913), Japanese prince and Imperial Japanese Navy admiral

Takehito Harada (原田 たけひと), Japanese video game artist and illustrator

Takehito Kanazawa (金澤 健人) (born 1979), Japanese baseball player

Takehito Koyasu (子安 武人) (born 1967), Japanese voice actor

Takehito Shigehara (茂原 岳人) (born 1981), Japanese footballer

Takehito Suzuki (鈴木 健仁) (born 1971), Japanese footballer

Weiß Kreuz

Weiß Kreuz (Japanese: ヴァイスクロイツ, Hepburn: Vaisu Kuroitsu, literally German for "White Cross", written "weißes Kreuz" or "Weißkreuz" in German) is a series about four assassins that work in a flower shop called "Kitty in the House". The assassins are members of a group called Weiß (white), which is run by Persia of the mysterious Kritiker organization.

The Weiß Kreuz franchise includes two seasons of anime and one OVA series, a light novel, two manga series, and several drama CDs. The four voice actors of the main characters - Takehito Koyasu, Hiro Yūki, Shin-ichiro Miki, Tomokazu Seki - formed a band named "Weiß"; several CDs and singles were released. Media Blasters released the anime in the North America as Knight Hunters: Weiß Kreuz.

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