Katsuyuki Konishi

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Katsuyuki Konishi
Native name 小西 克幸
Born (1973-04-21) April 21, 1973 (age 41)
Wakayama, Wakayama, Japan
Occupation Voice actor
Agent Ken Production
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 was the special guest at the 2010 Anime Expo in Los Angeles, USA, where he met his fans and revealed that his favorite anime character was Kamina from Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann; also adding that each character whom he voiced is important to him.[1] Konishi was awarded the Best Supporting Actor Award in the 9th Annual Seiyū Awards on 6th March 2015.[2]

Voice roles[edit]

Television animation[edit]

1997
  • The King of Braves GaoGaiGar as VolFogg
  • Pocket Monsters 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
  • Hare Tokidoki Buta as Couple Guys
  • Those Who Hunt Elves as Vigilante
1998
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Drama CDs[edit]

Original video animation (OVA)[edit]

2000
2003
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2013
  • Date A Live as witness during Shido's date with Origami
2014

Theater animation[edit]

1998
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2014

Video games[edit]

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2015

Dubbing[edit]

Tokusatsu[edit]

2004
2010
2013

Vomics[edit]

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