Kazuhiko Inoue

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Kazuhiko Inoue
Born (1954-03-26) March 26, 1954 (age 64)
Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
OccupationVoice actor, singer
Years active1973–present
AgentB-Box
Notable credit(s)Oishinbo as Shirō Yamaoka
Naruto as Kakashi Hatake
Natsume's Book of Friends as Nyanko-sensei
Fairy Tail as Gildarts Clive
Websitehttp://ameblo.jp/kazufan/

Kazuhiko Inoue (井上 和彦, Inoue Kazuhiko, born March 26, 1954)[1] is a Japanese voice actor and singer. Some of his major roles include Joe Shimamura/009 in the 1979 version of Cyborg 009, Akio Nitta in Touch, Jerrid Messa in Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, Kars in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and Kakashi Hatake in Naruto.

Biography[edit]

Since his debut in 1973, Inoue has become one of Japan's most well established voice actors. His early roles from the 1970s include Anthony in Candy Candy, and later as Joe in the 1979 remake of Cyborg 009. In the 1980s, Inoue's work ranged from the adult-oriented Oishinbo (The Gourmet) to the popular Legend of Heavenly Sphere Shurato for the younger generation. More recently, he is known internationally for roles such as Kakashi Hatake in Naruto, Eiri Yuki in Gravitation, Aion in Chrono Crusade, Hatori Sohma in Fruits Basket, and Nyanko-sensei/Madara in Natsume Yūjin Chō. Inoue's voice performance is often described as natural and relaxed.

This wide and versatile vocal range allows Inoue to voice roles of varying personality types: hot-blooded, righteous main characters such as Joe in Cyborg 009 and Akira Kogane in Golion; coolly arrogant bishōnen typified by Eiri Yuki; the amusingly fussy yet powerful mazoku (demon), Guenter in Kyo Kara Maoh!; seductive, manipulative villains like Aion; and bloodthirsty killers (e.g. Kars and Gotou). Inoue is also well known for more unusual roles such as the transvestite Nagisa Sawa in Haru wo Daiteita, and Shiron the Windragon in Legendz, who spends half his time as a screeching hamster.

Inoue does voices for anime, video games, drama CDs, Japanese-dubbed movies, and audio books. He has put out many LP and CD albums and has sung in various anime character albums. His most well-known songs are the ones related to the Harukanaru Toki no Naka de Hachiyō Shō series, which he performs live on stage at the annual NeoRomance voice acting events in Japan. In recent years, Inoue has also tried his hand in backstage work such as sound directing. He has set up his own voice acting agency and school, B-Box, to teach the next generation voice talents.

Being a second-generation A-bomb survivor, Kazuhiko Inoue feels strongly against wars. In his autobiographical piece, "Ai ni Tsuite", (愛について About Love, from his CD album Ai, 2003) Inoue expresses his longings for world peace and his love and respect for the ocean and Mother Earth. Similar thoughts can often be seen in the entries he writes in his Kazufan Blog. He was also a close friend of the late fellow voice actor Daisuke Gori. Recently, Inoue won as "Best Supporting Actor" in the Third Seiyu Awards for his role as Nyanko-sensei in Natsume Yūjin Chō.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

Year Series Role Crew role, Notes Source[1]
1975 Ikkyu-san Tetsusai Debut role [2]
1976 Candy Candy Anthony Brown   [2]
1977 Chogattai Majutsu Robot Ginguiser Goro Shirogane   [2]
1978 Captain Future Ken Scott   [2]
1978 Galaxy Express 999 Geronimo   [2]
1979 Anne of Green Gables Gilbert   [2]
1979–80 Cyborg 009 Joe Shimamura Also Chou Ginga Densetsu '80 [2]
1980 Muteking, The Dashing Warrior Rin Yuuki   [2]
1981 Beast King GoLion Akira Kogane   [2]
1981 Fang of the Sun Dougram Crinn Cashim   [2]
1981 Urusei Yatsura Tsubame Ozuno   [2]
1982–83 Magical Princess Minky Momo Jimru   [2]
1983 Magical Angel Creamy Mami Shingo Tachibana   [2]
1983–86 Captain Tsubasa Carlos Santana   [2]
1984 Starzan S Hoshio Yumeno / Starzan S   [2]
1984–85 Persia, the Magic Fairy Kenji Sawaki   [2]
1984–85 Bismark Bill Wilcox   [2]
1985 Blue Comet SPT Layzner Eiji   [2]
1985 Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam Jerid Messa   [2]
1985–87 Touch Akito Nitta Also OVAs [2]
1985 Cosmo Police Justy Justy Kaizard OVA [2]
1985 Mujigen Hunter Fandora Sorto OVA [2]
1985 Ninja Senshi Tobikage Sho   [2]
1985 Shōwa Ahōzoshi Akanuke Ichiban! Koujirou   [2]
1986 Megazone 23 Part II Garam OVA [2]
1986 Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos Rom Stol   [2]
1986; Windaria Jiru   [2]
1986 Urban Square Ryo Matsumoto OVA [2]
1986 Grey Grey   [2]
1987 Bats & Terry Batsu   [2]
1987–88 Hiatari Ryōkō! Katsuhiko Muraki   [2]
1987 City Hunter Shinichi Yotsui Episode 22 [2]
1987 Zillion Champ   [2]
1987 Yōtōden Hayate no Sakon OVA [2]
1987 The Phoenix: Chapter of Yamato Oguna OVA [2]
1987 Dangaioh Burst OVA [2]
1987 Battle Royal High School Yuuki Toshihiro OVA [2]
1987 Daimajū Gekitō: Hagane no Oni Haruka Alford OVA [2]
1987 Junk Boy Manai Tetsu OVA [2]
1988 Sonic Soldier Borgman Chuck Sweagar    
1988 Ace wo Nerae! 2 Takayuki Todou OVA [2]
1988 Vampire Princess Miyu Pazusu OVA [2]
1988 Anpanman Katsubushiman  
1988 Oishinbo Shirou Yamaoka   [2]
1988 Legend of the Galactic Heroes Dusty Attemborough OVA [2]
1989 Five Star Stories Colus III OVA [2]
1989 Rhea Gall Force Bauer OVA [2]
1989 Legend of Heavenly Sphere Shurato Karura Ou Reiga   [2]
1989–92 Ranma ½ Mikado Sanzenin   [2]
1989 Fuma no Kojirou: Yasha-hen Kousuke Mibu OVA [2]
1989–91 Earthian Kagetsuya OVA [2]
1989–90 Gall Force: Earth Chapter Bauer OVA [2]
1990 Guardian of Darkness Koichi, Buckingham OVA [2]
1990 Idol Angel Yokoso Yoko Mikki Ep. 11 [2]
1990 B.B B.B   [2]
1990 Sword for Truth Sakaki Shuranosuke   [2]
1991 Akai Hayate Hayate OVA [2]
1991 The Heroic Legend of Arslan Daryuun OVA [2]
1991 Handsome na Kanojo Okita OVA [2]
1991–92 Tomoe ga Yuku Tojo   [2]
1991 Mosaica Jaker   [2]
1991 Here is Greenwood Kazuhiro Hasukawa OVA [2]
1991 Otohime Connection Michio Hirano OVA [2]
1991 Luna Varga Gilbert OVA [2]
1992 Adventures of Puss-in-Boots Torusen Enoki Films [2]
1992 Genji Yoshitsune   [2]
1994 Haou Taikei Ryuu Knight Larser   [2]
1994–98 Blue Seed Mamoru Kusanagi Also Blue Seed 2 and Beyond [2]
1994 Kujaku-Oh 2 Kou   [2]
1995 Elementalors Shiki   [2]
1995 Saint Tail Gen'ichirou Haneoka   [2]
1995 Super Atragon Stoner   [2]
1997 Battle Athletes Victory Eric Roberts   [2]
1997 Case Closed Takashi Date Ep. 55 [2]
1997–98 Fushigi Yuugi Rokou OVA 2 [2]
1998 Sexy Commando Gaiden: Sugoi yo!! Masaru-san Various characters   [2]
1998 Basara Shuri   [2]
1998 Princess Nine Hidehiko Hayakawa   [2]
1998 Touch: Miss Lonely Yesterday Akio Nitta   [2]
1999 Space Pirate Mito Mitsukuni Kagerou Also The Two Queens [2]
1999 The Legend of Black Heaven Oden stand owner, Male FBI Agent   [2]
1999 Seraphim Call Urara's Father Episode 11 [2]
1999 Excel Saga Gojo Shiouji   [2]
1999 Pocket Monsters: Episode Gold & Silver Utsuki Hakase [2]
1999 Omishi Magical Theater: Risky Safety Bezetto Saashesu   [2]
1999 Samurai: Hunt for the Sword Torai Nanban OVA [2]
2000 Mon Colle Knights Count Collection (Prince Eccentro)   [2]
2000–01 Banner of the Stars Nereis; Nefee Also II and OVA [2]
2000 Detective Conan Ninzaburo Shiratori Second voice
2000 Descendants of Darkness Mibu Oriya   [2]
2000–01 Gravitation Eiri Yuki   [2]
2000 Hiwou War Chronicles Ryouma Sakamoto   [2]
2000 Kikaider Dubbing director
2000 Kikaider 01 Dubbing director
2001 Samurai Girl: Real Bout High School Sound director
2001 Touch: Cross Road - Kaze no Yukue Bob   [2]
2001 Chance Pop Session Yoh Sakuramiya   [2]
2001 Fruits Basket Hatori Sohma   [2]
2001 InuYasha Ryūkotsusei   [2]
2002–03 Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time ~Ajisai Yumegatari~ Tomomasa Tachibana OVA
2002 Samurai Deeper Kyo Muramasa   [2]
2002 Shrine of the Morning Mist Amatsu Narita   [2]
2002 Spiral Kiyotaka Narumi Sound director [2]
2002 Naruto Kakashi Hatake   [2]
2003 Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 2: Shiroki Ryuu no Miko Hisui OVA
2003 Kino's Journey Traveler   [2]
2003–04 The Galaxy Railways Wataru Yuuki   [2]
2003 Chrono Crusade Aion   [2]
2004–08 Kyo Kara Maoh! Günter von Christ Also 2nd and 3rd seasons [2]
2004 Legendz: Tale of the Dragon Kings Shiron the Windragon, Ranshiin  
2004–06 Harukanaru Toki no Naka de Hachiyō Shō Tomomasa Tachibana Also OVA [2]
2004–05 Tactics Suekichinobu Watanabe Dubbing director
2005–06 The Law of Ueki Dubbing director
2005 Moeyo Ken Sound director
2005 Iriya no Sora, UFO no Natsu Enomoto OVA [2]
2006 Ergo Proxy Kazukisu Hauer   [2]
2006 Yōkai Ningen Bem Bem   [2]
2006 Intrigue in the Bakumatsu – Irohanihoheto Sotetsu Ibaragi   [2]
2007 Moonlight Mile Goro Saruwatari   [2]
2008 Junjou Romantica You Miyagi  
2008–2017 Natsume's Book of Friends Nyanko-sensei / Madara 6th season in 2017
2009 The Sacred Blacksmith Hugo Housman   [2]
2010 Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 3 Kajiwara Kagetoki OVA
2011 Fairy Tail Gildarts Clive  
2011 Guilty Crown Shuichiro Keido  
2011 Mobile Suit Gundam AGE Narrator, adult Flit Asuno   [3]
2011 Rio: Rainbow Gate! Ray   [2]
2012 Eureka Seven AO Truth/ Archetype Nirvash Neo  
2013 Red Data Girl Daisei Suzuhara  
2013 Gintama Oboro  
2013 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Battle Tendency Kars  
2013 Mushibugyou Oooka Echizen no Kamitadasuke  
2014–15 Noragami Kuraha Also OVAs and Aragoto
2014 HappinessCharge PreCure! Red/Deep Mirror  
2014 Tokyo ESP Roushi Youdani  
2014 Z/X Ignition Sieger   [2]
2014 Parasyte Gotou  
2014 Majin Bone Klude/Dark Wyvern  
2015 Mr. Osomatsu Matsuzō Matsuno   [4]
2016 Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation Kid   [5]
2016 Twin Star Exorcists Kuranashi  
2016 Heybot! Neji King, Boxer Oyaji, Ketsumacca, Subsurvival, Merameratto, Fuchafuchacchi, Oraorider, Gekijaku Dragon, Teruterun, Soldier Bot, Tarubelt [2]
2017 ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. Lilium's Older Brother Ep. 4 [6]
2017 Ninja Girl & Samurai Master Matsunaga Hisahide   [7]
2018 Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi Shirō Tsubaki   [8]
2018 Tokyo Ghoul:re Donato Porpora   [9]


Films[edit]

Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
1980 Cyborg 009: Legend of the Super Vortex Joe Shimamura   [2]
1991 Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China Bishamonten, Mikado Sanzenin   [2]
1996 X movie Yuuto Kigai   [2]
1997 Samurai X: The Motion Picture Takimi Shigure   [2]
2000 Case Closed: Captured in Her Eyes Kyosuke Kazato
2001 Case Closed: Countdown to Heaven Inspector Shiratori
2002 Case Closed: The Phantom of Baker Street Inspector Shiratori
2003 Detective Conan: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital Inspector Shiratori
2004 Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky Inspector Shiratori
2005 Detective Conan: Strategy Above the Depths Inspector Shiratori
2006 Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem Inspector Shiratori
2007 Detective Conan: Jolly Roger in the Deep Azure Inspector Shiratori
2008 Detective Conan: Full Score of Fear Inspector Shiratori
2009 Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser Inspector Shiratori
2009 Space Battleship Yamato: Resurrection General Pascal  
2010 Detective Conan: The Lost Ship in the Sky Inspector Shiratori
2011 Detective Conan: Quarter of Silence Inspector Shiratori
2011 Children Who Chase Lost Voices Ryūji Morisaki  
2012 Detective Conan: The Eleventh Striker Inspector Shiratori
2013 Lupin the 3rd vs. Detective Conan: The Movie Inspector Shiratori
2014 Detective Conan: Dimensional Sniper Inspector Shiratori
2018 Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer Inspector Shiratori
2018 Natsume's Book of Friends Movie Madara/"Nyanko-sensei"  


Video games[edit]

Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
1991–97 Super Robot Wars series Gerid, Hwang Yan Long, others Includes F, F Kanketsuhen [2]
1993–97 Langrisser Lance PC Engine, Also I and II compilation for PlayStation [2]
1993 Startling Odyssey Leon PC Engine [2]
1993 Tenshi no Uta II: Datenshi no Sentaku Kearu PC Engine [2]
1994 Startling Odyssey II Maryuu Sensou Robin Solford PC Engine [2]
1994 Cyborg 009 009 Mega Drive [2]
1995 Blue Seed Mamoru Kusanagi   [2]
1995 Emerald Dragon Husrum PC Engine [2]
1995 Puyo Puyo Schezo Wegey PC Engine version [2]
1996 Star Ocean Ashlay Bernbeldt Super Famicom [10]
1997 Kidou Senshi Zeta Gundam 1-2 Jerid Messa Sega Saturn [2]
1997 BS Fire Emblem: Archanea War Chronicles Camus Satellaview
2000–04 SD Gundam G Generation series      
2003 ANUBIS ~Z.O.E~ Dingo Egret PlayStation 2 [11]
2003–present Naruto series Kakashi Hatake   [2]
2004 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: Owaranai Asu e Gai Murakumo PlayStation 2 [2]
2004–06 Harukanaru Toki no Naka de series Tomomaa Tachibana, others  
2005 Namco × Capcom Reiji Arisu PlayStation 2 [12]
2006 Another Century's Episode 2 Albatro Nal Eiji Asuka PlayStation 2 [2]
2006 Tales of Phantasia Klarth F. Lester   [2]
2006 Gundam Battle Royale Jerid Mesa PlayStation Portable [2]
2007 Shining Force EXA Gadofall PlayStation 2 [2]
2007 Tales of Fandom Vol. 2 Klarth F. Lester   [2]
2007 Everybody's Golf Portable 2      
2008 Bleach: The 3rd Phantom Seigen Suzunami   [2]
2012 Project X Zone Reiji Arisu Nintendo 3DS [13]
2013 Granblue Fantasy Siegfried    
2013 Drakengard 3 Decadus PlayStation 3  
2014 3594e Three Kingdoms      
2015 Project X Zone 2 Reiji Arisu Nintendo 3DS [14]
2015 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven Kars PlayStation 3 / PlayStation 4 [15]
2017 Fire Emblem Heroes Camus iPhone / Android
2017 Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Zeke Nintendo 3DS
2017 Final Fantasy XV: Episode Gladiolus Gilgamesh PlayStation 4 / Xbox One [16]


Tokusatsu[edit]

Year Series Role Crew role, Notes Source[1]
1974 Saru No Gundan Rom ep,6 [2]
1994 Zeiram 2 Bobu Movie [2]
1995 Mechanical Violator Hakaider Michael Movie [2]
2008 Bit Bullet Kazuhiko Yanagisawa, Narration Actor [2]
2016 Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger Ginis/Shin Ginis ep,1-41, 46, 48 (Nomal), 41-48 (Shin) [17]

Motion Comic[edit]

Overseas dubbing[edit]

Live-action[edit]

Series Role Voice dub for Notes Source[1]
The Core Dr. Joshua "Josh" Keyes Aaron Eckhart 2005 TV Asashi edition [19]
The Dark Knight Harvey Dent / Two-Face 2012 TV Asashi edition [20]
Love Happens Burke [21]
Olympus Has Fallen President Benjamin Asher [22]
London Has Fallen [23]
Look Who's Talking James Ubriacco John Travolta
A Civil Action Jan Schlichtmann [24]
The General's Daughter Brenner
Be Cool Chili Palmer
Hannibal Hannibal Lecter Mads Mikkelsen
The Salvation Jon
Doctor Strange Kaecilius
Man of Steel Jor-El Russell Crowe  
Noah Noah  
The Nice Guys Jackson Healy [25]
The Transporter Frank Martin Jason Statham TV Asashi edition  
Transporter 2  
Transporter 3  
Beethoven's 3rd Richard Newton Judge Reinhold
Beethoven's 4th  
Lost Jack Shephard Matthew Fox
Vantage Point Agent Kent Taylor
You've Got Mail Joe "NY152" Fox Tom Hanks
Cast Away Chuck Noland
Agatha Christie's Marple Inspector Neil Matthew Macfadyen Season 4  
A.I. Henry Swinton Sam Roberts  
Alien Hunter Julien Rome James Spader [26]
Boy Meets World Alan Matthews William Russ  
Career Opportunities Jim Dodge Frank Whaley [27]
Cursed Jimmy Myers Jesse Eisenberg  
Double Tap Rick Pang Leslie Cheung Hong Kong film  
The Dark Tower Walter Padick, the Man in Black Matthew McConaughey [28]
Elementary Mycroft Holmes Rhys Ifans
Season 2  
Flags of Our Fathers James Bradley Thomas McCarthy  
Flicka Rob McLaughlin Tim McGraw [29]
The Greatest American Hero Tony Villicana Michael Paré [26]
House of Wax Bo Sinclair Brian Van Holt  
Herbie: Fully Loaded Ray Peyton Sr. Michael Keaton  
Invincible Michael Fu/Water Byron Mann [30]
The Kennedys John F. Kennedy Greg Kinnear  
The Matchmaker Sean David O'Hara [27]
The Natural Roy Hobbs Robert Redford  
NCIS Leroy Jethro Gibbs Mark Harmon  
Notting Hill William "Will" Thacker Hugh Grant  
Okinawa Rendez-vous Jimmy Tong Leslie Cheung  
Old School Dean Gordon "Cheese" Pritchard Jeremy Piven [26]
The Order William Eden Benno Fürmann [26]
Private Practice Jake Riley Benjamin Bratt Season 5  
Scream 3 Det. Mark Kinclaid Patrick Dempsey [31]
A Simple Life Roger  
Spin City Charlie Crawford Charlie Sheen  
Super Mario Bros. Iggy Fisher Stevens [31]
Supernatural Lucifer Mark Pellegrino season 11-onwards
Tomb Raider Lord Richard Croft Dominic West [32]
Tremors Valentine Kevin Bacon  
Two and a Half Men Charlie Harper Charlie Sheen  
Unlocked Eric Lasch Michael Douglas [33]
When Harry Met Sally... Harry Burns Billy Crystal [27]
Wild Wild West Gordon Kevin Kline  
Zathura: A Space Adventure Dad Tim Robbins  

Animation[edit]

Series Role Notes Source[1]
Meet the Robinsons Cornelius Robinson (Future Lewis)  
The Little Mermaid Prince Eric  
RWBY Professor Ozpin   [34]
The Iron Giant Dean McCoppin


Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Release Date Title Catalogue Number
(Japan)
Oricon[35]
Peak
position
Weeks
charted
2008 Mataseta ne ☆ senyorīta
(Hitsujideoyasumi shirīzu Vol. 11)
HO-0019[36] 88 2
2011 Yuki
(Shukan soine CD Vol. 10)
BR-0026[37] 34 3
2013 Shinsenkumi kekkon-roku wasurenagusa dai san maki kondōisami REC-062[38] 32 2

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Release Date Title Catalogue Number
(Japan)
Oricon[39]
Peak
position
Weeks
charted
1995 "Risky Game" KIDA-105 [40]
2008 Gunther von Christ
(Kyo Kara Maoh! character song series vol 5)
MMCC-4136[41] 63 2


Drama audio recordings[edit]

Series Role Notes Source[1]
Antique Bakery    
Aoi Gakuen Playtime     [2]
Apricot Kazuaki Ichinose  
Arashi no Destiny     [2]
B Gata Doumei Drama Album Black   [2]
Den'ei Shoujo Video Girl Ai Niimai Takashi   [2]
Earthian Kageaya   [2]
Emerald Dragon Husrum   [2]
Fire Emblem     [2]
First Kiss Monogatari     [2]
Force-out Demon Chitoku  
From Beyond Keimosu  
Gall Force Earth Chapter Back to the school wars Bauer   [2]
Gekkou no Pierce Suzukage Seiki   [2]
Harukanaru Toki no Naka de series Tomomasa Tachibana, others  
The Heroic Legend of Arslan Daryun  
Kannou series      
Koko wa Green Wood Hasukawa Kazuhiro   [2]
Lodoss Tou Senki (Volume 4)   [2]
Miscast series Yuuji Fukazawa  
Mugen Chitai Megazone 23 Image Album "Ushinawareta season"     [2]
Outo Ayakashi Kitan Abe Seimei   [2]
Red River Kyle  
Rurouni Kenshin -Meiji Kenkaku Romantan- (Volume 2)     [2]
Saint Beast Saints  
Shining Force Exa Gadofall   [2]
Shinjuku Guardian Keiichiro Uesugi  
Shinsengumi Ibun Aoki Ookamitachi no Shinwa 2: Asagiiro no yoake Sakamoto Ryuuma   [2]
Shinsengumi Ibun Aoki Ookamitachi no Shinwa Ongaku Special: Makoto Sakamoto Ryuuma   [2]
Tales of Phantasia Klarth F. Lester   [2]
Ten ha Akai Kawa no Hotori Kyle   [2]


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