Mayumi Tanaka

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Mayumi Tanaka
田中 真弓
Born
Mayumi Abe

(1955-01-15) January 15, 1955 (age 66) [1]
Occupation
Years active1978–present
Agent Aoni Production
Height150 cm (4 ft 11 in) [1]

Mayumi Tanaka (田中 真弓, Tanaka Mayumi, born Abe (阿部), born January 15, 1955) is a Japanese actress and narrator. She voiced Monkey D. Luffy in One Piece , Ryuunosuke Fujinami in Urusei Yatsura , Koenma in Yu Yu Hakusho , Pazu in Laputa: Castle in the Sky , Kuririn, Yajirobe and Uranai Baba in Dragon Ball , Kirimaru Settsuno in Nintama Rantarō , Kanna Kirishima in the Sakura Wars series; the titular role of TwinBee in Konami's shoot-'em-up series TwinBee , and MegaMan Volnutt in the Mega Man Legends series and related Capcom crossovers. She received the Kazue Takahashi Award at the 5th Seiyu Awards. [2]

Contents

Biography

Filmography

Anime

List of voice performances in anime
YearSeriesRoleNotesSource [3]
1978Gekiso! Ruben KaiserRyoko TakagiDebut role [4] [5]
1979 Nobara no Julie Heinrich  [5]
19792005 Doraemon Gariben  [5]
1980 The Littl' Bits Willibit  [5]
1980 Astro Boy Naoto, Takashi, Remo mm  [5]
1981 Dr. Slump Ryota  [5]
1981 Dash Kappei Kappei Sakamoto  [4] [5]
1981 Urusei Yatsura Ryuunosuke Fujinami   [5]
1982 Two Down Full Base Rokusuke Sato (Chibi Roku)  [5]
1982 Amazing Sarutobi Ninton  [5]
1982Sasuga no SarutobiNinja Pig [4]
1983 Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman Jitanda Funda  [4] [5]
1983 Perman Eji Magoichiro  [5]
1983 Itadakiman Kusaku Magota / Itadakiman  [5]
1984 Gu Gu Ganmo Tsukuda Hanpeita  [5]
1984 Oyo Neko Bunyan Chupa  [5]
1984 Ranpo Chutaro, Miyuki's brother  [5]
1984 Giant Gorg Yuu Tagami  [4] [5]
1984 Elves of the Forest Mauri  [5]
1984 Sherlock Hound Poryi  [5]
1985Pro Golfer SaruKankuro, DimpleTV series [5]
1985 Area 88 Satoru Kanzaki (young)OVA ep. 2 [4] [5]
1985 Fire Tripper Shuhe [4]
1986Cool Cool ByeFlene [4]
1986Robotan Kiko  [5]
1986 Uchūsen Sagittarius Pitton  [5]
19861989 Dragon Ball Krillin, Yajirobe   [4] [5]
1986 Wonder Beat Scramble Susumu Sugita  [4] [5]
1986 Ganbare, Kickers! Oumi Nakajima  [5]
1987 Esper Mami Shin Okamura  [5]
1987 Maps: Densetsu no Samayoeru Seijintach TokishimagenOVA [5]
1987 The Three Musketeers Anime Jean  [4] [5]
1988 Ulysses 31 Nono  [5]
1988 Osomatsu-kun ChibitaOVA [4] [5]
1988 Mashin Hero Wataru Wataru Ikusabe  [4] [5]
1988 Kaze no Matasaburo Saburo TakadaOAV [4] [5]
1989 Jushin Liger Ken Taiga  [4] [5]
1989 Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis Michael [5]
1989 Blue Blink Chippi  [5]
1989 Akuma-kun Hiroshi  [5]
1989-1996 Dragon Ball Z Krillin, Yajirobe, Baba Uranai, Snow  [5]
1989Osamu Tezuka Story: I am Son GokuSon Goku  [5]
1989 The Laughing Salesman Mitero Imani  [5]
1990 Mashin Hero Wataru 2 Wataru Ikusabe  [5]
1990 Gatapishi Heita Hirano  [5]
1990 Robin Hood Much  [5]
1991 Ore wa Chokkaku Terumasa Hojo  [5]
1991 Jankenman Atchimuitehoihoi  [4] [5]
1991 Anime Himitsu no Hanazono Dickon Sowerby (Dikon)  [5]
1991 Marude Dameo Boro  [4] [5]
19911992 3x3 Eyes Mei Xing [4]
1991Jungle Wars [4]
1992 Cooking Papa Osamu  [5]
1992 YuYu Hakusho Koenma   [4] [5]
1992 Nangoku Shōnen Papuwa-kun Papuwa  [4] [5]
1993 Nintama Rantaro Kirimaru Settsuno (Kirimaru)  [4] [5]
1994 Tottemo! Luckyman Luckyman / Yōichi Tsuitenai  [4] [5]
1995 Sailor Moon SuperS Robert  [4] [5]
1995 Bonobono Shō Nee-chan  [5]
1995 The Pursuit of Harimao's Treasure Neo Nachirida  [5]
1995 Mojacko Mojacko  [4] [5]
1996 Rurouni Kenshin Yūtarō Tsukayama  [4] [5]
1996 Meiken Lassie Lassie (Puppy era), Colin Jones  [5]
1996 Dragon Ball GT Krillin, Suho Goro  [4] [5]
1996 Shounen Santa no Daibouken! Rato  [5]
1997 Kero Kero Chime Captain Hikaru  [5]
1997 In the Beginning: The Bible Stories Rocco  [5]
1997 Kindaichi Case Files Yayoi Muranishi  [5]
19971998 Chūka Ichiban! Liu Maoxing  [4] [5]
1997 Cho Mashin Hero Wataru Wataru Ikusabe, Wataru Homurabe  [5]
19971998 Sakura Wars: The Gorgeous Blooming Cherry Blossoms Kanna Kirishima OVA series [4] [5]
1998 YAT Anshin! Uchuu Ryokou 2 John [4]
1999 Z-Mind Umeno [4]
1999 Twinbee Paradise Twinbee [4]
1999 Cyborg Kuro-chan Fox  [5]
1999 Guru Guru Town Hanamaru-kun Shimao  [5]
1999–present One Piece Monkey D. Luffy   [4] [5]
1999 Sakura Wars: The Radiant Gorgeous Blooming Cherry Blossoms Kanna KirishimaOVA series [4] [5]
2000 Sakura Wars Kanna KirishimaTV series [5]
2002 Hanada Shōnen Shi Hisae Hanada  [4] [5]
2004 Black Jack Taichi  [5]
2004 Yakitate! Japan Katsuo Umino, Yuko Motohashi  [5]
2005 Majime ni Fumajime Kaiketsu Zorori Meiko-san  [5]
2005 Moeyo Ken Nekomaru  [5]
2005 Gaiking: Legend of Daiku-Maryu Daiya Tsuwabuki  [5]
2006 Hey! Spring of Trivia Koji Genba no Kanban  [5]
2006 Happy Lucky Bikkuriman Tento otoko jack, Benzai Aki, Tenshidan Jack, Shintei Otoko Jack  [5]
2006 Kekkaishi Tokiko Yukimura, Gatcho, 10-sai no kiri  [5]
2006 Higurashi: When They Cry Kaoren-san  [5]
2007 Master of Epic: The Animation Age Elmony (male)  [4] [5]
2007 Gegege no Kitaro Nurikabe Nyobo, Kemedama5th series [5]
2007 Hatara Kizzu Maihamu Gumi Yume, Mary  [5]
2008 Porphy no Nagai Tabi Guido  [5]
2008 Negibouzu no Asatarou Kabura no suzukichi  [5]
2009 Slayers Evolution-R Uppi  [5]
20092010 Dragon Ball Kai Krillin, Yajirobe  [4] [5]
2011 Toriko Luffy, KrillinEp. 99 [4] [5]
2012 Space Brothers Namba's mother  [5]
2013 Dokidoki! PreCure Ira  [5]
2014Dragon Ball Kai: Majin Boo editionKrillin  [5]
2014 Hero Bank Boochokin  [5]
2015 Dragon Ball Super Krillin, Yajirobe  [5]
2015 Ushio and Tora Tokisaka [ verification needed ]
2018 Gegege no Kitaro Sunakake-Babaa6th series[ verification needed ]
2021 Ore, Tsushima Ojii-chan  [6]

Anime films

List of voice performances in feature films
YearSeriesRoleNotesSource [3]
1982Tsushima Maru: Sayonara OkinawaSei [5]
1983 Ninja Hattori-kun NinxNin Furusato Daisakusen no Maki Sarusuke Enhi [5]
1984 Urusei Yatsura: Beautiful Dreamer Ryuunosuke Fujinami [4] [5]
1984 Meitantei Holmes: Aoi Ruby no Maki / Kaitei no Zaihō no Maki Polly, Detective Restaurant's daughterRuby chapter, Kaitei chapter [5]
1985GongitsuneGon [5]
1985 Night on the Galactic Railroad Giovanni [4] [5]
1986Pro Golfer Saru: Super Golf World e no Chōsen!! Kankurofilm [5]
1986 Castle in the Sky Pazu [4] [5]
1987Pro Golfer Saru: Kōga Hikyō! Kage no Ninpō Golfer Sanjō!Karasufilm [5]
1987 Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle Krillin [5]
1988Urusei Yatsura: The Final ChapterRyuunosuke Fujinami [5]
1988 Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure Krillin [5]
1989 ja:それいけ!アンパンマン キラキラ星の涙 Kozo Hinotama [5]
1989 Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone Krillin [5]
1990 Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest Krillin [5]
1990 Doraemon: Nobita and the Animal Planet Chippo [5]
1990 Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might Krillin [5]
1990 ja:それいけ!アンパンマン ばいきんまんの逆襲 Kozo Hinotama [5]
1991 Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug Krillin, Yajirobe [5]
1991 Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge Krillin, Yajirobe [5]
1991Urusei Yatsura: Always, My DarlingRyuunosuke Fujinami [5]
1992 Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler Krillin, Yajirobe [5]
1992 Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13! Krillin [5]
1993 Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan Krillin [5]
1993Kappa no Sanpei
ja:河童の三平
Kawara Sanpei [5]
1993 Yu Yu Hakusho: The Movie Koenma [5]
1993 Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound Krillin [5]
1993 Bonobono Sho nee-chan [5]
1994 Dragon Ball Z: Broly – Second Coming Krillin [5]
1994Yu Yu Hakusho the Movie: Poltergeist ReportKoenma [5]
1994 Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly Krillin [5]
1995 Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon Krillin [5]
1996 Nintama Rantaro Kirimaru Settsuno [5]
2000 One Piece: The Movie Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2001 Clockwork Island Adventure Monkey D. LuffyAlso Django's Dance Carnival short [5]
2001 Pikachu's PikaBoo Yogirasushort film [5]
2001 Sakura Wars: The Movie Kanna Kirishima [4] [5]
2002 Chopper's Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals Monkey D. LuffyAlso Dream Soccer King short [5]
2003 One Piece The Movie: Dead End no Bōken Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2004 One Piece: The Cursed Holy Sword Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2005 Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2006 Giant Mecha Soldier of Karakuri Castle Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2007 One Piece Movie: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2007 The Perfect World of Kai Yukie Shiraishi [5]
2008 Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in the Winter, Miracle Cherry Blossom Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2008 Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! Krillin, Yajirobeshort film [5]
2008 Gegege no Kitarō: Nihon Bakuretsu!! Nurikabe Nyobo [5]
2009 One Piece Film: Strong World Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2011 Gekijō-ban Anime Nintama Rantarō Ninjutsu Gakuen Zenin Shutsudō! no Dan Kirimaru Settsuno [5]
2011 Straw Hat Chase Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2011 Kami Voice: The Voice Makes a Miracle Mr. Tanaka [5]
2012 One Piece Film: Z Monkey D. Luffy [5]
2013 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Krillin [5]
2014 Space Brothers: Number Zero Nanba mother [5]
2015 Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' Krillin [5]
2016 One Piece Film: Gold Monkey D. Luffy[ verification needed ]
2019 One Piece: Stampede Monkey D. Luffy [5]

Video games

List of voice performances in video games
YearSeriesRoleNotesSource [3]
1993YuYu Hakusho Yamishoubu!! Ankoku BujutsukaiKoenma [5]
1994 Dragon Ball Z: Buyū Retsuden Krillin [5]
1994 Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Son Goku Densetsu Krillin [5]
1994TwinBee Taisen Puzzle DamaTwinbeePS1/PS2 [4] [5]
1994Alnam no Kiba: Juuzoku Juuni Shinto Densetsu
ja:アルナムの牙 獣族十二神徒伝説
Hien [5] [4]
1994 YuYu Hakusho Koenma [5]
1995Princess Maker 2CubePC Engine, Sega Saturn [4]
1995Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22KrillinPS1/PS2 [4] [5]
1995Dragon Ball Z: Shin Super ButōdenKrillinSega Saturn [5]
1996 Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu Krillin [5]
1996 Sakura Taisen Kanna KirishimaSega Saturn [4] [5]
1997Odo Odo Oddity
おどおどおっでぃ
GikugikuPS1/PS2 [5]
1997My Dream: On Air ga matenakuteIzumi Watanabe, Aya Takai [4] [5]
1997 ja:桃太郎道中記 Tottemo Kokarun, ShoakumaSega Saturn [5]
1997 Rockman DASH Rock VolnuttPS1/PS2 [5]
1997Arunamu no Tsubasa
ja:アルナムの翼 焼塵の空の彼方へ
HienPlayStation [4] [5]
1997Sakura Taisen: Hanagumi Taisen ColumnsKanna KirishimaArcade, Sega Saturn [4]
1998Time Bokan Series: Bokan Desuyo
ボカンですよ
ItadakimanPS1/PS2 [5]
1998TwinBee RPGTwinbeePS1/PS2 [5]
1998Sakura Taisen 2: Kimi Shinitamou koto NakareKanna KirishimaSega Saturn [4] [5]
1998 Sokaigi MizumiPS1/PS2 [5]
1998Kasei Monogatari
ja:火星物語
SafiPS1/PS2 [5]
1998 Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamayu RuiPS1/PS2 [4] [5]
1998Sakura Taisen: Teigeki GraphKanna KirishimaSega Saturn [4]
1999Circadia
ja:サーカディア
Ryota HosakaPS1/PS2 [5]
2000 Rockman DASH 2 Rock VolnuttPS1/PS2 [5]
2000'Favorite Dear
ja:フェイバリットディア 純白の預言者
Ion AzubadoPS1/PS2 [5]
2001 Time Bokan series: Bokan GoGoGo
ボカンGoGoGo
ItadakimanPS1/PS2 [5]
2001Sakura Taisen 3: Pari wa Moeteiru kaKanna KirishimaDreamcast [4] [5]
2002Sakura Taisen 4: Koi Seyo, OtomeKanna KirishimaDreamcast [4] [5]
2002 Moeyo Ken NekomaruPS2 [5]
2003Dream Mix TV: World FightersTwinbeeGameCube, PS2 [4]
2003 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Krillin, YajirobePS2 [4] [5]
2003Sakura Taisen: Atsuki Chishio niKanna KirishimaPS1/PS2, remake of original Sakura Taisen game [5]
2003Sunrise World WarYuu Tagami, Wataru IkusabePS2 [5]
2004 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 KrillinPS2 [5]
2005 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 KrillinPS2 [4] [5]
2005YuYu Hakusho: ForeverKoenmaPS2 [5]
2005 Namco x Capcom Zouna, Rock VolnuttPS1/PS2 [5]
2005 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi KrillinPS2 [4] [5]
2006 Super Dragon Ball Z KrillinPS2 [5]
2006 Brave Story: New Traveler ShujinkoPSP [5]
2006 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 Krillin, Yajirobe [4] [5]
2007The Battle of Yu Yu Hakusho: Shitou! Ankoku BujutsukaiKoenmaPS2 [5]
2007 Crayon Shin-Chan DS: Arashi wo Yobu Nutte Crayoon Daisakusen! TabuDS [5]
2007 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 Krillin, Yajirobe, Snow [4] [5]
2008 Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit Krillin [5]
2008Pro Golfer SaruKankuro, DimpleWii [5]
2008 Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World KrillinPS2 [5]
2008 Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars Rock VolnuttArcade [5]
2009Sekai de tatta hitori no ko
世界でたったひとりの子
Charlie, Babyface ChesterRadio [5]
2009 Boku no Natsuyasumi 4 Taiyo (Shima Nami Taiyo)PSP [5]
2009 Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo Krillin, YajirobeWii [5]
2009Item Getter: Bokura no Kagaku to Mahou no Kankei
アイテムゲッター ~僕らの科学と魔法の関係~
Pike BoajiruDS [5]
2009 Super Robot Wars NEO Ken TaigaWii [5]
2009 Dragon Ball: Raging Blast KrillinPS3, Xbox 360 [5]
2010 Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars Rock VolnuttWii [5]
2010 Nintama Rantarō: Gakunen Taikousen Puzzle! no Dan KirimaruDS [5]
2010 Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 KrillinPS3, Xbox 360 [5]
2011 Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi KrillinPS3, Xbox 360 [5]
2012 One Piece: Pirate Warriors Monkey D. LuffyPS3 [5]
2013 One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 Monkey D. LuffyPS3, PSVita [5]
2013Super Robot Wars Operation Extend Ken TaigaPSP [5]
2013 One Piece: Unlimited World Red Monkey D. LuffyPC, PS4, PS3, PSVita, 3DS, Switch & Wii U [5]
2013Kodomo ni Anshin site Ataerareru Game Series Sekai Meisaku Douwa Oyako de Yomeru Game Ehon Bouken-henreading SindbadN3DS [4]
2014 J-Stars Victory VS Monkey D. LuffyPS3, PS4 & PSVita [5]
2014 Hero Bank 2 BuchokkinDS [5]
2015 One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Monkey D. LuffyPC, PS3, PS4 & PSVita[ verification needed ]
2015 Super Robot Wars BX Yuu Tagami3DS[ verification needed ]
2016 One Piece: Burning Blood Monkey D. LuffyPC, PS4, PSVita & Xbox One[ verification needed ]
2019 One Piece: World Seeker Monkey D. LuffyPC, PS4 & Xbox One [5]
2020 Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot KrillinPC, PS4 & Xbox One [5]
2020 One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 Monkey D. LuffyPC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch [5]

Live-action

List of acting performances in feature films and television
YearSeriesRoleTypeNotesSource
1992 Talking Head ShijimiFilm [7]
2008 Kabei: Our Mother Film [8]
2011 Kami Voice Tanaka-sanFilm [9]
2019 Natsuzora Ushiwakamaru (voice), MurakawaTV Asadora [10]

Audio dramas

List of voice performances in audio dramas
SeriesRoleNotesSource [3]
CD Theater Dragon Quest IV Volume 1 HoiminDrama CD [4] [5]
CD Theater Dragon Quest IV Volume 3 HoiminDrama CD [5]
Ishimatsu, ijin to au
石松、異人と会う
ForeignerRadio [5]
Itazurana KissYuki IrieDrama CD
Sakura Wars seriesKanna KirishimaDrama CD [4]
Super Radical Gag Family Osawa Giko TetsuDrama CD [5]
Twinbee Paradise TwinbeeDrama CD [4]
Twinbee Paradise: Ao to Hai Iro no Sora deChildDrama CD [4]

Dubbing roles

List of voice performances in overseas dubbing (Live-action)
SeriesRoleDub voice forNotesSource
Killing Eve Dasha Duzran Harriet Walter [11]
Painted Faces Child Cheng Lung Siu Ming-fui [12]
List of voice performances in overseas dubbing (Animation)
SeriesRoleNotesSource
Sing Miss Crawly [13] [14]

Awards

YearAwardCategoryResult
1986 9th Anime Grand Prix Voice actress of the YearWon
2011 5th Seiyu Awards Kazue Takahashi Memorial AwardWon
2013 7th Seiyu Awards Kids Family AwardWon

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Mitsuki Saiga is a Japanese voice actress and singer affiliated with Ken Production. Her major roles include Tsukasa in .hack, Maria Ross in Fullmetal Alchemist, MakubeX in GetBackers, Wolfram von Bielefeld in Kyo Kara Maoh!, Chie Harada in My-Hime and My-Otome, Teito Klein in 07-Ghost, and the eponymous character in Jing: King of Bandits. Her deep voice is used to play male or masculine female characters. She won a Best Supporting Actress Award at the 2nd Seiyu Awards for her work in Moyasimon: Tales of Agriculture, Gurren Lagann and Toward the Terra. She also won the Overseas Fan Award at the 4th Seiyu Awards for her portrayals of Wolfram in Kyo Kara Maoh! and Souji Okita in Peacemaker Kurogane. As the band Mitsuki Saiga feat. Just, she released several albums and singles that have charted on Oricon.

Rie Kugimiya Japanese voice actress

Rie Kugimiya is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She is best known for her voice performances in anime, which include Alphonse Elric in the Fullmetal Alchemist series, Kiana in Honkai Impact 3rd, Kagura in Gin Tama, and Happy in Fairy Tail and Edens Zero. Because of her roles for characters such as Shana in Shakugan no Shana, Louise in The Familiar of Zero, Nagi Sanzenin in Hayate the Combat Butler, Taiga Aisaka in Toradora!, Aguri Madoka/Cure Ace in DokiDoki! PreCure, and Aria Holmes Kanzaki in Aria the Scarlet Ammo, some of her fans have nicknamed her the "Queen of Tsundere." She is currently represented by the talent agency I'm Enterprise.

Mayumi Shintani is a Japanese actress and voice actress affiliated with Nylon100.

Kōsei Tomita Japanese actor

Kōsei Tomita was a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who was affiliated with Aoni Production and Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the first half of the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji) or Daddy Walrus, a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He was known for dubbing over Ernest Borgnine, Orson Welles, Charles Durning, Burt Young, Lee J. Cobb and many more. He also lent his voice to the Japanese dubbing of Mario in Super Mario Bros.. He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.

Mamoru Miyano Japanese actor

Mamoru Miyano is a Japanese actor, voice actor and singer. He is best known for his roles on Steins;Gate, Durarara!!, Death Note, Soul Eater, Wolf's Rain, Ouran High School Host Club, Ajin: Demi-Human, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Free!, Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Hunter x Hunter, Chihayafuru, Bungo Stray Dogs, Uta no Prince-sama and Zombieland Saga. He was nominated for the award for Death Note at the 1st Seiyu Awards and won the "Best Voice Actor" award at the 2008 Tokyo International Anime Fair. At the 2nd Seiyu Awards, he won "Best Lead Actor Award" for his role as Setsuna F. Seiei in Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and as Hakugen Rikuson in Kōtetsu Sangokushi. His debut single, "Kuon", was released at King Records. In March 2009, his debut album Break was released.

Maaya Uchida is a Japanese actress, voice actress and singer who works for I'm Enterprise. She won the Best New Actress Award at the 8th Seiyu Awards. She debuted as a singer under Pony Canyon with the song "Soushou no Innocence", which is produced by Tomita Akihiro. She played Unofficial Sentai Akibaranger with the role of Hakase Hiroyo. She is the older sister of Yuma Uchida.

<i>One Piece</i> (season 17) Season of television series

The seventeenth season of the One Piece anime series was produced by Toei Animation, and directed by Hiroaki Miyamoto and Toshinori Fukuzawa. The season began broadcasting in Japan on Fuji Television from January 19, 2014 to June 19, 2016. It features 118 episodes, which makes this the longest season of the whole anime. Like the rest of the series, it follows the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates. The first DVD compilation of this season was released on July 2, 2014, with individual volumes being released monthly. Funimation began releasing their English dub of the season through VOD on December 1, 2020.

Mayumi Morita, better known as Mao Daichi, is a Japanese actress and former Top Star otokoyaku of the Japanese Takarazuka Revue's Moon Troupe.

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