Tatsuhisa Suzuki

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Tatsuhisa Suzuki
Native name 鈴木 達央
Born (1983-11-11) November 11, 1983 (age 30)
Ichikawa, Chiba, Japan
Occupations Voice actor, vocalist
Years active 2002—present
Labels GloryHeaven (Lantis)
Website www.tatsuhisasuzuki.com

Tatsuhisa Suzuki (鈴木 達央 Suzuki Tatsuhisa?, born November 11, 1983) is a Japanese voice actor and singer born in Ichikawa, Chiba, Japan. He is affiliated with I'm Enterprise and Lantis. He is a graduate of the Japan Narration and Acting School.[citation needed] He is also the vocalist for Oldcodex.

Career[edit]

After attending the Japan Narration and Acting School for three years, he joined I'm Enterprise and continued studying at the school for another year.

He was noticed by Lantis music director Kenichiro Tsutsumi for his performance of "Black or White?" in the anime series Saint Beast: Koin Jojishi Tenshi Tan, and was invited to debut as a singer from thereafter. His first single, "Just a Survivor", was also the opening theme for Sukisho.[citation needed] His label later approached him about forming a band, and he spent some time looking for potential members before forming Oldcodex with R・O・N on the Lantis subsidiary label GloryHeaven.[citation needed]

Voice roles[edit]

Anime[edit]

2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014

Original video animation (OVA)[edit]

Movies[edit]

Video games[edit]

  • Angel Profile (Thomas)
  • Asuka! ~Bokura Hoshi Tou Koukou Yakyuu Dan~ (Kazamoto Nanami)
  • Black Robinia (Kozuki Rei )
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Sandman)
  • Crimson Empire: Circumstance to serve a noble (Bryan)
  • Da Capo: Girls Symphony (Ryohei Shinomiya)
  • Da Capo: Girls Symphony Pocket (Ryohei Shinomiya)
  • Dear Boys Fast Break! (Tsutomu Ishii)
  • Death Connection (Vicious)
  • Death Connection Portable (Vicious)
  • Diabolik Lovers More Blood (Mukami Yuuma)
  • Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten ( Valvatorez )
  • Final Fantasy XV (Noctis Lucis Caelum)
  • Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn ( Rai )
  • Glass Heart Princess (Karasuma Yukito)
  • Glass Heart Princess: Platinum (Karasuma Yukito)
  • Jyuzaengi Engetsu Sangokuden (PSP) (Kakouton)
  • Datenshi no Amai Yuuwaku x Kaikan Phrase (Sakuya Ohkouchi)
  • Kamishiro Gakuen Maboroshi Hikari Roku Kuru.nu.gi.a (Atsushi Midou)
  • Kanuchi Series (Takami Teo)
  • L2 Love X Loop (Kain)
  • Lucian Bee's Resurrection Supernova(Van)
  • Lucky Dog 1 (Gian)
  • Mashiro Iro Symphony: *mutsu-no-hana
  • Palais de Reine (Winfried)
  • Palais de Royale (Winfried)
  • Panic Palette (Kazura Nuinuma)
  • Panic Palette Portable (Kazura Nuinuma)
  • Pazuru - Bokurano 48 Jikan sensou (Ryuichi)
  • Petit Four (Kazuki)
  • Realize-Panorama Luminary (Fushimi Shuji)
  • Saigo no Yakusoku no Monogatari (Rushdie)
  • Shakugan no Shana (Ryūgan)
  • Shinigami to Shōjo (Hinase Mitsuru)
  • Shōjo Yoshitsune Den (Suzuki)
  • Sora no Otoshimono (Eishiro Sugata)
  • Soul Cradle Sekai wo Kurau Mono (Levin, Rasukyuran)
  • Suka-Reddoraida-Zekusu (Christoph Yousuke)
  • Super Robot Wars series (Sakuya Kamon)
  • Tales of Fandom Vol.2 (Larry Hughes)
  • Tokyo Yamanote Boys (Iori Kirishima)
  • Uta no Prince-sama series (Ranmaru Kurosaki)
  • VitaminX (Tsubasa Makabe)
  • VitaminX Evolution (Tsubasa Makabe)
  • VitaminX Evolution Plus (Tsubasa Makabe)
  • VitaminX to Z (Tsubasa Makabe)
  • VitaminY (Tsubasa Makabe)
  • VitaminZ (Tsubasa Makabe)
  • VitaminZ Revolution (Tsubasa Makabe)

Drama CDs[edit]

Dubbing roles[edit]

Tokusatsu[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]