Shigeru Nakahara

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Shigeru Nakahara
中原 茂
Born (1961-01-22) January 22, 1961 (age 60)
Occupation Voice actor
Years active1982–present
Notable credit(s)

Shigeru Nakahara (中原 茂, Nakahara Shigeru, born January 22, 1961 in Kamakura) is a Japanese voice actor. He is attached to Local Dream and was formerly attached to Arts Vision, Sigma Seven and Vi-Vo.

Contents

Voice roles

Drama CD

  • GFantasy Comic CD Collection Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Ken (Marth)
    • Vol.1 Yakusoku no Totihe
    • Vol.2 Honoo no Monsyou
    • Vol.3 Kaze no Kiseki
    • Vol.4 Madou no Seiiki
  • 110 Ban wa Koi no Hajimari series 2: Ban wa Koi no Hajimari (Toshiyuki Tsukidate)
  • Amai Tsumi no Kakera (Satoshi Katsuragawa)
  • Ambassador wa Yoru ni Sasayaku (Professor Domyoji)
  • Ao no Kiseki series 1: Ao no Kiseki (Kai)
  • Ao no Kiseki series 2: Catharsis Spell (Kai)
  • Ao no Kiseki series 3: Crystal Crown (Kai)
  • Ao no Kiseki series 4: Baroque Pearl (Kai/Ishisu)
  • Ao no Kiseki series 5: Persona Non Grata (Kai)
  • Ao no Kiseki series 6: Phantom Pain (Kai)
  • Catch Me! (Shouji Toukai)
  • Chinmoku no Ookami (Osada)
  • Convenience Store Lamento (Shui)
  • Deep Fear Sound Drama (John Mayor)
  • Eien no Midori ~Nochinoomohini~ (Yuuta Takeuchi)
  • Endless Series 2: Endless Kiss (Rei Sakuma)
  • Endless Series side story: Kekkon Shiyouyo (Rei Sakuma)
  • Gohan wo Tabeyou series 5 (Sakagami)
  • Hameteyaru! (Tsukasa Nakamura)
  • Kimi ga Suki Nanosa (Kimiaki Yoshida)
  • Lamento ~Rhapsody to the Past~ (Shui)
  • Open Sesame (Shumon Aida)
  • Stanley Hawk no Jikenbo ~AMBIVALENCE . Katto~ (Lewis)
  • Wagamama Prisoner (Satoshi Renjou)

Dubbing

Live-action

Animation

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