Katsuyuki Konishi

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Katsuyuki Konishi
Born (1973-04-21) April 21, 1973 (age 41)
Wakayama, Wakayama, Japan
Other names Konishi Katsuyuki
Occupation Voice actor
Notable credit(s) Samurai Deeper Kyo
as Kyoshiro Mibu/Demon Eyes Kyo
Shaman King
as Amidamaru
Bleach
as Shuhei Hisagi/ Keigo Asano
Blood+
as Haji
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
as Kamina
Hetalia: Axis Powers
as America
Beelzebub
as Tatsumi Oga

Katsuyuki Konishi (小西 克幸 Konishi Katsuyuki?, born April 21, 1973) is a Japanese voice actor from Wakayama, Wakayama. He is affiliated with Ken Production. His debut role was Volfogg/Big Volfogg in GaoGaiGar.

He also appeared in Cardcaptor Sakura, voicing the teacher, Yoshiyuki Terada as well as Spinel Sun's true form. He also appeared in both the Japanese and English-language versions of the Pokémon anime where he voiced Ash's thirty Tauros, Ash's Heracross, Ash's Gligar and also J's Salamence.

In addition, he has voiced Dragonite, both of whom had appeared in the anime but under the leadership of two different Trainers: Orange League leader/champion Drake and Pokémon Champion Lance. He later reappeared in the Pokémon Master Quest series voicing Vincent's Meganium in both the Japanese and English-language versions of the cartoon and also appeared in the Hoenn League series, voicing Morrison's Gligar and Metang in both versions of the anime.

He also appeared in the Diamond and Pearl series, voicing Crasher Wake's Floatzel in both the Japanese and English-language versions of the anime and after the end of the Diamond And Pearl Sinnoh League Victors, he did not have any new roles and it is assumed that he had left the series but he returned to the Best Wishes series to voice Cynthia's Garchomp in both the Japanese and English versions of the anime.

He was the special guest of 2010's Anime Expo where he met his fans and revealed that his favorite anime character is Kamina from Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann; also adding that each character whom he voiced is important to him.

Voice roles[edit]

Television animation[edit]

1997
  • The King of Braves GaoGaiGar as VolFogg
  • Pokémon (anime) as Sparky, Raiden, Mr. Evans, Dayton's father, Ash's Snorlax, Ash's Heracross, Ash's Tauros, Blaine's Magmar, Drake's Dragonite, Team Rocket's Delibird, Lance's Dragonite, Dr. Akihabara's Porygon, Gary's Scizor, Bugsy's Scyther, Cassidy's Houndour, Pryce's Dewgong, Dragonite (ep, 253) and others.
  • Maze as Blue Knight
  • Tokyo Pig as Couple Guys
  • Those Who Hunt Elves as Vigilante
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Drama CDs[edit]

  • ... Virgin Love as Daigou Mikihisa
  • 7 Seeds as Semimaru Asai[1]
  • Ai no Fukasa wa Hizakurai as Seiki Ishikura
  • Aisaresugite Kodoku series 1: Aisaresugite Kodoku as Taiki Asakawa
  • Aisaresugite Kodoku series 2: Itoshisugita Shifuku as Taiki Asakawa
  • Ai wa Bara Iro no Kiss as Masashi Kuuyou
  • Armen Noir as Sword
  • Aroma na Kareshi vol.2 Ylang-Ylang as Sou Hananoi
  • Akazukin to Mayoi no Mori as Mr. Hunter
  • Cafe Latte Rhapsody as Shiraishi
  • Chinmoku no Ookami as Ryuuji Tsukishima
  • Chocolate Kiss as Seme
  • Diabolik Lovers as Sakamaki Reiji
  • Eien no Shichigatsu as Shunichi Tachibana
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 7: Monster Panic
  • Haitoku no Lovesick as Shinya Toriumi
  • Hameteyaru! as Ryuusei Andou
  • Haruyama no Koi as Takachika
  • Hetalia: Axis Powers as America
  • Hoigakusha to Keiji no Aisho Series 1: Hoigakusha to Keiji no Aisho as Takami Enatsu
  • Hoigakusha to Keiji no Aisho Series 2: Hoigakusha to Keiji no Honne as Takami Enatsu
  • Hisoyaka na Jounetsu Series 1 as Kurosawa Haruka
  • Hisoyaka na Jounetsu Series 2: Jounetsu no Yukue as Kurosawa Haruka
  • Hisoyaka na Jounetsu Series side story 1: Iro no Aku as Kurosawa Haruka
  • Hisoyaka na Jounetsu Series side story 2: Iro Koi as Kurosawa Haruka
  • Hitsuji de Oyasumi Series Vol.24
  • Honeymoon Vol.10 as Asahi Miura
  • Itsuka ja nai Asu no Tameni as Mototsugu Okitsu
  • Kimi ga Inakerya Series as Tatsuhiko Shouji
  • Kimi ga Iru nara Sekai no Hate demo as Tatsuhiko Shouji
  • Koikoi Vol.3 as Fumidzuki
  • Koori no Mamono Monogatari as Wild
  • Milk Crown no Tameiki as Kiichi Higashino
  • Me & My Brothers as Takeshi Miyashita
  • Mossore
  • Nejireta Edge as Itsuki Koujima
  • Nurarihyon no Mago: Sennen Makyou Character CD Series (Ryuji Keikain & Akifusa Keikain) Special Drama Track as Ryuji Keikain
  • Number (Tekirai)
  • O To Na Gentei Kanbyo CD Kartel I
  • Para rabo hoso kyoku Drama & DJCD Vol.1
  • Pandora Hearts as Raven
  • Pretty Babies as Akimori Shidou
  • Pyū to Fuku! Jaguar as Hammer
  • Repeat After Me? as Cyril Berthollet
  • S (Esu) series as Munechika Keigo
  • Sanbyaku nen no Koi no Hate (Shusei)
  • Sangokushi Lovers Vol.2
  • Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi as Masamune Takano/Saga
  • Sekai no Subete ga Teki Datoshitemo as Takehiro Horie
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor as Kamiya Eiji
  • Shimekiri CD Konya wa Nemurasenai as Susumu
  • Sono Te no Netsu wo Kasanete as Nagisa Takakage
  • Sougiya Ridoru
  • Stomani - Strobe Mania - Drama CD - Fuyu no Gochiso Scramble as Natsume Hayato
  • Sugar Code as Oodoi Kouji
  • Synapse no Hitsugi as Yoichiro Higuchi
  • Tales of Symphonia A Long Time Ago as Lloyd Irving
  • Tales of Symphonia Rodeo Ride Tour as Lloyd Irving
  • Ten bushū ni iyasare 2 as Karura
  • Te wo Nobaseba Haruka na Umi as Waradaichi Nakaga
  • Thanatos no Futago series: Thanatos no Futago 1912 as Maxim Vasilievich Radionov
  • Tokyo Deep Night as Yuuya Asahina
  • Trap series 2: Chouhatsu Trap
  • Tsurezure as Hiroto Onda
  • Uchi no Tantei Shirimasenka? as Ryuunosuke Onizuka
  • Yubisaki no Koi
  • Warumono (Warai) Series Wataru Seken wa Oni darake Hen as Ao-Oni

OVA[edit]

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  • Date A Live as witness during Shido's date with Origami
2014

Theater animation[edit]

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Video games[edit]

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Dubbing[edit]

Tokusatsu[edit]

2004
2010
2013

Vomics[edit]

Character/Theme Songs[edit]

Bleach

~Bleach Breathless Collection 05 Shuhei Hisagi with Kazeshini

  • Miss (Shuhei Hisagi; duet with Kazeshini)

~Bleach Concept Cover Vol. 1

  • Thank You!! (Shuhei Hisagi; duet with Kaname Tousen)

Diabolik Lovers Character Song Vol.6

  • A Certain Prophet's Fate! (Sakamaki Reiji)

Gakuen Heaven Vocal Album CD- MVP!

  • Ore Ni Makasero! (Niwa Tetsuya)

Hetalia

~Hetalia Axis Powers Marukaite Best

  • Mawaru Chikyuu Rondo(America)

~Hetalia Character CD Vol.6 America

  • W.D.C~World Dancing~
  • Hamburger Street

~Hetalia Character CD II Vol. 6 - USA

  • I'm your HERO☆
  • C.B.C. (Cowboyz Boot Camp) Vol.1

~Hetalia World Series Hatafutte Best

  • HATA-FUTTE PARADE (America)

~Hetalia: Axis Powers Vol. 3 Limited Edition DVD

  • Marukaite Chikyuu

Loveless

  • Entrust (Soubi Agatsuma; duet with Ritsuka Aoyagi)
  • Itoshi Hito Yo (Soubi Agatsuma)

Kyo Kara Maoh!

~Kyou Kara Maou Character Song Album Minna no Uta

  • Haruka Naru Tabi (Time river) [遥かなる旅 (Time River)] (Shori Shibuya)

~Character Song Series Vol.6 Shori Shibuya

  • Home Planet
  • Madowaku no Sekai

Monochrome Factor

~ Character Song CD Single

  • Dive (Kou)
  • Master (Kou)

~ Ending Theme Song

  • Kakusei 〜Dark and Light〜 [覚醒 ~dark & light~] ( Epi 13; Kou's Solo version)

Nurarihyon no Mago - Sennen Makyo Character CD Series Ryuji Keikain & Akifusa Keikain

  • Integrity (Ryuji Keikain)

Prince of Tennis

  • Over (Kajimoto Takahisa)

Polar Bear's Cafe

~ Ending Theme Song (eps 14-17, 44)

  • ZOOtto, ne [ZOOっと、ね♪, Always] (Full-Time Panda)

~Shirokuma Cafe Song (Full-Time Panda)

Samurai Deeper Kyo

  • Kinen (Kyoshiro)
  • Koran (Kyo)

Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica

~Crimson S Character Song Vol.1

  • Akashi (Renbart Saiki)

~Character Song Album Meta-morphose

  • Real (Renbart Saiki)

Shounen Onmyouji Character Songs

  • Guren [紅蓮] (Guren)
  • Flaming Heart [焔心] (Guren)
  • Hiiro no daiga [緋色の大河] (Guren; duet with Abe no Masahiro)

Your·Memories Off ~Girl's Style

  • Wish (Kuta)

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