Hiroki Takahashi

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Hiroki Takahashi
Native name 高橋 広樹
Born (1974-09-07) September 7, 1974 (age 39)
Occupation Voice Actor

Hiroki Takahashi (高橋 広樹 Takahashi Hiroki?, born September 7, 1974 in Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actor best known for the role of Eiji Kikumaru in The Prince of Tennis, Kenji Harima in School Rumble, and Katsuya Jonouchi in Yu-Gi-Oh. He works at Big Shot/Interchannel. He also has voice acted in some yaoi drama CDs such as Love Neco, Bukiyo na Silent, and Koi Cha no Osaho. He is the voice of Ryu from the Street Fighter series.

Notable voice roles[edit]

Anime[edit]

Drama CD[edit]

  • 1-en no Otoko (Keisuke)
  • 3 Shake (Sano)
  • Aikagi (Satoshi Hizakura)
  • Akuma no Himitsu (Raoul)
  • Bad Medicine -Infectious Teachers- (Kaname Shido)
  • Boku no Mono ni Narinasai series 3: Ikeru Tokomade Ikouyo (Shingo Tsukioka)
  • Boku no Mono ni Narinasai series 4: Kitto Junai Toiunowa... (Shingo Tsukioka)
  • Boukun no Kajou na Aijou (Kouichi Kuze)
  • Boulange no Koibito (Munenori Asao)
  • Bukiyou na Silent (Keigo Tamiya)
  • Denkou Sekka Boys (Shigure Itsuki)
  • Hetalia - Axis Powers (Japan)
  • Himitsu no Kateikyoushi (Ogura)
  • Jooubachi no Kanbinaru Kougou (Takanemaru)
  • Chinkonka no Ame - Katekyo Hitman Reborn! (Superbi Squalo)
  • Kimi ga Koi ni Oboreru (Jinnai)
  • Koicha no Osaho (Madoka Tokumaru)
  • Love Neko (Asakura)
  • Love Seeker (Keiichirou Tani)
  • Mahou Gakuen Series 3: Mugen Palace (Ichibanyarou Nagarehoshi-broom, Shuu-human)
  • Mahou Gakuen Series 4: Yuuwaku Lesson (Ichibanyarou Nagarehoshi-broom, Shuu-human)
  • Mahou Gakuen Series side story: Daiundoukai Zenyasai (Ichibanyarou Nagarehoshi-broom)
  • Migatte na Karyuudo (Kai Iwasaki)
  • Pearl series 4: Kimagure na Pearl (Tamura)
  • Punch Up! (Hisashi Wakui)
  • Renai à la Carte! (Yuuri Koujo)
  • Seventh Heaven (Hinata)
  • Shingouki Series 2 - Orange no Kokoro (Hiroshi)
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor (Loki)
  • Uwasa no Futari (Seiichi Aoyama)
  • Yokubou no Vector (Shougo Maki)
  • Wild Rock (Yuuli - Yuuen's older brother)
  • Zutto Anata Dake (Giga)

Video games[edit]

Dubbing[edit]

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