Shin-ichiro Miki

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Shin-ichiro Miki
Born (1968-03-18) March 18, 1968 (age 46)
Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Voice Actor
Agent 81 Produce
Notable credit(s) Pokémon
as Kojiro
as Kisuke Urahara
Beast Wars
as Inferno
Initial D
as Takumi Fujiwara
Virtua Fighter
as Akira Yuki
Mobile Suit Gundam 00
as Lockon Stratos
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
as Roy Mustang

Shin-ichiro Miki (三木 眞一郎 Miki Shin'ichirō?, born March 18, 1968 in Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actor.[1] He is a member of 81 Produce.[1]

Miki is most known for the roles of Kojiro ("James") (Pokémon), Takumi Fujiwara ("Tak") (Initial D), Kisuke Urahara (Bleach), Akira Yuki (Virtua Fighter), Lockon Stratos (Mobile Suit Gundam 00), and Roy Mustang (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood).

According to the Anime News Network, as of spring 2007, Miki is the third most prolific voice actor behind Takehito Koyasu and Megumi Hayashibara, with over 230 voice credits to his name.[citation needed]


Miki is also a singer with the four-man band Weiss along with Takehito Koyasu, Tomokazu Seki and Hiro Yūki, the four main voice actors of Weiss Kreuz. Miki is also very active in BL dramas. He won Best Supporting Voice Actor in the 4th Seiyu Awards. He often gets cast as handsome young men in anime roles, the most notable being Kojiro (James) in the Pokémon Anime.

As well as voicing Kojiro (James) in the Japanese language version of Pokémon, Miki, like most of the Japanese voice actors including Mika Kanai, Satomi Kōrogi and Unshō Ishizuka also appears in the Japanese and English language versions where he plays Misty's Staryu, Brock's Zubat/Golbat and Crobat, and also Ash's Charizard.


TV animation[edit]

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Original video animation (OVA)[edit]

Original net animation (ONA)[edit]

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Drama CDs[edit]



  1. ^ a b Doi, Hitoshi. "Miki Shinichirou". Seiyuu Database. July 13, 2010. Archived 20 July 2010 at WebCite
  2. ^ Yuki, Masahiro. "The Official Art of .hack//Roots". (May 2007) Newtype USA. pp. 101-107.
  3. ^ "Staff&Cast|Fate/stay night フェイト/ステイナイト". Fate/stay night フェイト/ステイナイト (in Japanese). Retrieved January 19, 2010. 
  4. ^ Katoh, Hidekazu et al. "Tsubasa - Reservoir Chronicle". (May 2007) Newtype USA. pp. 26-33.
  5. ^ "Comical Psychosomatic Medicine Anime's 1st Promo Streamed". Anime News Network. November 10, 2014. Retrieved November 12, 2014. 

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