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|Artist||Liverpool Official YouTube channel|
|Credit||Shinichiro Miki's hospitality drive vol.3 The third guest, Kenjiro Tsuda|
|Desc||★ Please subscribe to the channel ★ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxS4... ■ Shinichiro Miki's hospitality drive Vol.3 Kenjiro Tsuda The popular drive variety show of the anime channel AT-X is now on DVD! The third guest is Kenjiro Tsuda, a friend who I respect as an actor. Narration and personality, including dubbing anime and foreign films Active in a wide range of fields such as program MC, active on the stage due to high expressiveness, In recent years, he has been active in various fields such as writing and directing himself. How does Mikishin entertain Kenjiro Tsuda? Hospitality Car: Jaguar F-TYPE R Coupe Performers: Shinichiro Miki, Kenjiro Tsuda|
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Japanese voice actor
Shin-ichiro Miki is ...
|Born||18 March 1968 in Tokyo|
|Sex or gender||male|
|Country of citizenship||Japan|
|Awards||Kei Tomiyama Award and Seiyu Award for Best Supporting Actor|
About Shin-ichiro Miki
Shin-ichiro Miki: The Voice of Anime
Shin-ichiro Miki was born on March 18, 1968, in Tokyo, Japan. He is a renowned Japanese voice actor, known for his distinctive voice and versatile range. Miki has lent his voice to numerous anime characters, video games, and drama CDs, earning him a dedicated fan base around the world.
Miki's career in voice acting began in the early 1990s, when he landed his first role as Roy Focker in the anime series "Macross Plus." He went on to voice many iconic characters, including Kojiro Hyuga in "Captain Tsubasa," Kisuke Urahara in "Bleach," and James in the Japanese version of "Pokémon."
Miki's voice is known for its smooth, deep, and sometimes sultry quality, which has made him a popular choice for romantic leads in anime and video games. He has also demonstrated his range by voicing villains, heroes, and everything in between.
In addition to his voice acting work, Miki has also released several music albums, showcasing his singing talents. He has also appeared in live-action dramas and films, including the Japanese TV series "Kamen Rider Agito" and the movie "The Last Samurai."
Miki's talent and dedication to his craft have earned him numerous awards and accolades, including the Best Supporting Actor Award at the 4th Seiyu Awards in 2010. He is also a regular guest at anime conventions around the world, where he meets with fans and shares his experiences in the industry.
Despite his success, Miki remains humble and grateful for the opportunities he has had in his career. He continues to work hard and strive for excellence in every role he takes on, making him one of the most respected and beloved voice actors in the anime industry.
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- "Shin-ichiro Miki." Anime News Network, www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/people.php?id=93.
- "Shin-ichiro Miki." MyAnimeList, myanimelist.net/people/52/Shinichiro_Miki.
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