Kenta Miyake

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Kenta Miyake
Native name 三宅 健太
Born (1977-08-23) August 23, 1977 (age 37)
Okinawa Prefecture
Occupation Voice actor

Kenta Miyake (三宅 健太 Miyake Kenta?, born August 23, 1977 in Okinawa, Japan) is a Japanese voice actor who is affiliated with 81 Produce.[1]

He is known for his unusually low voice (especially at his age).

After the death of Hirotaka Suzuoki in 2006, Kenta took over the role of Giovanni (Sakaki) during Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. He has since expanded this role into the new series, Pokémon Best Wishes. As well as voicing Giovanni, Kenta also provides the vocals for Ash's Donphan in the original Japanese version of the cartoon as well as the English-language dub. During the "Diamond and Pearl" series, he voiced Paul's Elekid and Electabuzz as well as Roark's Rampardos in both versions of the anime and he also had an appearance in Zoroark: Master of Illusions voicing the legendary Fire Pokémon of Johto, Entei.

In addition to voicing Giovanni in the Japanese version of the anime, Kenta also voices Sunglasses Sandile/Waruvile, a Pokémon following Ash and his friends and later evolved into a Waruvile while battling Ash's Pikachu during Episode 20 of the Japanese version of the "Best Wishes" series. It later joined Ash's party on a permanent basis and has since evolved into a Krookodile.

He also voiced for Jun Kitami, a character who built extremely high-powered cars in the Wangan Midnight anime series.

Voice roles[edit]

Television animation[edit]

Drama CD[edit]

  • Analyst no Yuutsu series 5: Ai no Rating AAA (Ookuma)
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 1: Kayanoke no Okite (Daichi Kayano)
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 2: Hasumi Koukou (Daichi Kayano)
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 3: Saikyou Hiiruzu (Daichi Kayano)
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 4: Uwasa no Shinzui (Daichi Kayano)
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 5: Akuun no Jouken (Daichi Kayano)
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 6: Manatsu no Zankyou (Daichi Kayano)
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 7: Monster Panic (Daichi Kayano)
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 8: Bunkiten vol.1 Hottan (Daichi Kayano)
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 9: Bunkiten vol.2 Haran (Daichi Kayano)
  • Honoka na Koi no Danpen wo (Ninomiya)
  • Honto Yajuu (Takohage)
  • Kami-sama no Memo-chō Oshare Sagi-shi no Matsuro (Yondaime)
  • Kono Ai ni Hizamazuke (Youhei Jinno)
  • Love Neko (Toshiaki)
  • Oresama Teacher (Kyoutarou Okegawa)
  • Recipe (Yuujin Ichihara)
  • Rush! (Kanai's brother)
  • Uchi no Tantei Shirimasenka? (Toratsugu Onizuka)
  • Ze (Genma)

OVA[edit]

Theater animation[edit]

Games[edit]

Dubbing roles[edit]

Live-action[edit]

Animation[edit]

Tokusatsu[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "所属俳優プロフィール" (in Japanese). 81 Produce. Retrieved September 14, 2010. 
  2. ^ Yuki, Masahiro. "The Official Art of .hack//Roots". (May 2007) Newtype USA. pp. 101-107.

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