Toshiyuki Morikawa

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Toshiyuki Morikawa
Toshiyuki Morikawa.jpg
Toshiyuki Morikawa at Anime Expo 2011
Native name森川 智之
Born (1967-01-26) January 26, 1967 (age 51)
Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan
Alma materKatsuta Voice Actor's Academy
Occupation
Years active1987–present
AgentAxlone
Home townYokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Height172 cm (5 ft 8 in)

Toshiyuki Morikawa (森川 智之, Morikawa Toshiyuki, born January 26, 1967) is a Japanese voice actor and singer who is the head of Axlone, a voice acting company he founded in April 2011.[1] His name is also sometimes mistranslated as Tomoyuki Morikawa. In 2003, he and Fumihiko Tachiki formed the band "2Hearts", one of their works being the ending theme of the video game Dynasty Warriors 4: Empires. He has voiced many characters in anime and video games, including Sephiroth in the Final Fantasy series and Kingdom Hearts series, Dante in Devil May Cry, Isshin Kurosaki in Bleach, Minato Namikaze in Naruto: Shippuden, both Eneru and Hatchan in One Piece, Tyki Mikk in D.Gray-man, Naraku in InuYasha, Griffith in the 1997 series of Berserk, and the main and titular character of Tekkaman Blade. He attended Katsuta Voice Actor's Academy with Kotono Mitsuishi, Chisa Yokoyama, Wataru Takagi, Sachiko Sugawara and Michiko Neya. Because of his deep voice, he is often cast as imposing characters.

Filmography[edit]

Television animation[edit]

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Original net animation[edit]

Original video animation (OVA)[edit]

Theatrical animation[edit]

Tokusatsu[edit]

Drama CDs[edit]

  • Abunai series 3: Abunai Bara to Yuri no Sono – Izumi Sudou
  • Datte Maou-Sama wa kare ga Kirai-Kamiko
  • Abunai series 4: Abunai Campus Love – Takesaki
  • Abunai series 5: Abunai Shiawase Chou Bangaihen – Izumi Sudou, Toshiyuki Oosawa
  • Adult Education: Shinshi Chokyo – Tomoe Kyouishi
  • Akuma no Himitsu – Zahan
  • Aiso Tsukashi – Kyousuke Sawaragi
  • Aitsu to Scandal series 1 – Kimichika Kotobuki
  • Aitsu to Scandal series 2: Houkago wa Scandal – Kimichika Kotobuki
  • Aitsu to Scandal series 3: Gakuensai wa Scandal – Kimichika Kotobuki
  • Analyst no Yuutsu series 2: Koi no Risk wa Hansenai – Jeffery S Willis
  • Analyst no Yuutsu series 3: Yuuwaku no Target Price – Jeffery S Willis
  • Analyst no Yuutsu series 5: Ai no Rating AAA – Jeffery S Willis
  • Answer series 1 – Takaaki Mashiba
  • Answer series 2: Suggestion – Takaaki Mashiba
  • Ao no Kiseki series 1: Ao no Kiseki – Sanshirou
  • Ao no Kiseki series 2: Catharsis Spell – Sanshirou
  • Ao no Kiseki series 3: Crystal Crown – Sanshirou
  • Ao no Kiseki series 4: Baroque Pearl – Sanshirou
  • Ao no Kiseki series 5: Persona Non Grata – Sanshirou
  • Ao no Kiseki series 6: Phantom Pain – Sanshirou
  • Bad Boys! – Eikichi Yazaki
  • Boku no Gingitsune – Rei Akitsushima
  • Boku no Mono ni Narinasai series 2: Kimi no Tonaride Nemurasete – Kageaki Uesugi
  • Boku no Mono ni Narinasai series 3: Ikeru Tokomade Ikouyo – Kageaki Uesugi
  • Boku no Mono ni Narinasai series 4: Kitto Junai Toiunowa... – Kageaki Uesugi
  • Boku no Koe – Hideyumi Kurosawa
  • Catch Me! – Kouichi Takahara
  • Close the Last Door – Kenzo Honda
  • Corsair series – Ayace Malik
  • Damasaretai – Rihito Katase
  • Devil May Cry: The Animated SeriesDante
  • Ecstasy wa Eien ni ~Utsukushiki Rougoku~ – Hiraiwa
  • Eden wo Tooku ni Hanarete series 1: Kami yo, Izuko no Rakuen – Masaomi Katou
  • Eden wo Tooku ni Hanarete series 2: Ryokuin no Rakuen – Masaomi Katou
  • Eden wo Tooku ni Hanarete series 3: Setsunai Yoru no Rakuen – Masaomi Katou
  • Embracing Love – Kyosuke Iwaki
  • Endless series – Yuuri Masaki
  • Executive Boy – Kyouichirou Mayumura
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 2: Hasumi Koukou – Kazumasa Mutou
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 3: Saikyou Hiiruzu – Kazumasa Mutou
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 4: Uwasa no Shinzui – Kazumasa Mutou
  • Gaki no Ryoubun series 5: Akuun no Jouken – Kazumasa Mutou
  • Gakuen Heaven – Hideaki Nakajima
  • Gerard & Jacques – Gerard
  • Gin no Requiem – Lucian
  • Happy Time – Tokimune Tatsumi
  • Hana Wa Saku Ka – Sakurai Kazuaki
  • Honoka na Koi no Danpen wo – Yunagi
  • Into Your Heart Through the Door – Kenzo Honda
  • Jigoku Meguri – Enma the 2nd
  • Jounetsu no Young Man – Hidenori
  • Kedamono series – Kazuaki Murase
  • Kiken ga Ippai – Chiya Shimazu
  • Kimi to Te wo Tsunaide – Takahiro Nakai
  • Koi no series 4: Koi no Topping – Kouta Jinnai
  • Koi no Annainin – Hirotaka Takaoka
  • Koi no Karasawagi series – Takatoshi Nishihara
  • Koi no Shinsatsushitsu 2 – Keigo Yuuki
  • Koishikute – Tomohiro Hayama
  • Koisuru Jewelry Designer series 1 – Masaki Kurakawa
  • Koisuru Jewelry Designer series 2: Kare to Diamond – Masaki Kurakawa
  • Komatta Toki ni wa Hoshi ni Kike – Kiyomine Hosaka
  • Kuroshitsuji – Sebastian Michaelis
  • Kyo Kara Maoh! – Conrad Weller
  • La Vie En Rose – Kouichi Utsuki
  • Mahou Gakuen series 1: Binetsu Club – Wynn
  • Mahou Gakuen series 2: Himitsu Garden – Wynn
  • Mahou Gakuen series 3: Mugen Palace – Wynn
  • Mahou Gakuen series 4: Yuuwaku Lesson – Wynn
  • Mahou Gakuen Series side story: Daiundoukai Zenyasai – Wynn
  • Manatsu no Higaisha 1 & 2 – Ryuuichi Ookura
  • Mirage of Blaze series 4: Washi yo, Tarega Tameni Tobu – Umegi
  • Mou Ichido Only You – Hiroto Arisa
  • Munasawagi series – Yuuji Takano
  • My Sexual Harassment series 2: Yume Kamoshirenai – Youhei Fujita
  • My Sexual Harassment series 3 – Youhei Fujita
  • N-Dai Fuzoku Byouin series – Ryuuji Chinozaki
  • News Center no Koibito – Takeyuki Jinno
  • Oishii Karada – Yoshihisa Asakura
  • Onegai Darlin' – Hiroshi Aihara
  • Ore no Mono! – Yagami Katsuragi
  • Osananajimi – Yamazaki
  • Otokogokoro – Hiroyasu Saki
  • Otokonoko niwa Himitsu ga Aru – Kaguya Tsukishiro
  • Ouchou Haru no Yoi no Romance – Moroe Fujiwarano
  • Pinky Wolf – Sou Nishimori
  • Pretty Babies – Kyouichi Mikuni
  • Pretty Baby series 1 & 2 – Kiichi Hiura
  • Punch Up! – Junsuke Aki
  • Rien no Kikoushi – Souichirou Tokiwa/Real name: Takamasa
  • Rijichou-sama no Okiniiri – Takamasa Hayase
  • Rossellini Ke no Musuko Ryakudatsusha – Leonardo Rossellini
  • Saint Seiya – Leo Aiolia
  • Sakurazawa vs Hakuhou series 1: Shokuinshitsu de Naisho no Romance – Toshiaki Yaginuma
  • Sakurazawa vs Hakuhou series 2: Houkengo no Nayameru Kankei – Toshiaki Yaginuma
  • Samurai Shodown: Warriors Rage – Haomaru
  • Shiawase ni Dekiru series 1 - 5 – Yukihiko Honda
  • Shiawase ni Shite Agemasu – Aki Shinohara
  • Shinsengumi Mokuhiroku Wasurenagusa – Yamazaki Susumu
  • Shiritsu Araiso Koto Gakko Seitokai Shikkobu – Makoto Kubota
  • Shiritsu Takizawa Koukou Seitokai – Keisuke Fujimoto
  • Shizuku Hanabira Ringo No Kaori – Shuusaku Nakagawa
  • Shosen Kedamono Series 1: Shosen Kedamono – Kyouichi Giou
  • Shosen Kedamono Series 2: Youko Nitsumaru – Kyouichi Giou
  • Shosen Kedamono Series 3: Ryuuou no Hanayome – Kyouichi Giou
  • Shosen Kedamono Series side story 1: Ryuuou no Hanayome Tokubetsuhen – Yuuya Momokawa
  • Shounen Yonkei
  • Slavers series – Takanari Saeki
  • Sono Kuchibiru ni Yoru no Tsuyu – Kyouichi Wakae
  • Soryamou Aideshou series 1 & 2 – Kazuhiro Hioki
  • Sugar Code – Oodoi
  • Super Lovers – Haru Kaido
  • Teito Shinshi Kurabu – Kouichirou Takaoka
  • Thanatos no Futago series 1: Thanatos no Futago 1912 – Viktor Ivanovich Kaverin
  • Thanatos no Futago series 2: Thanatos no Futago 1917 – Viktor Ivanovich Kaverin
  • Tora Nii-san to Wanko-san – Gintora
  • Tora-san to Ookami-san – Gintora
  • Touch Me Again – Takumi Sagata
  • Tsuki no Sabaku Satsujin Jiken – Natsuhiko Minowa
  • Tsumitsukuri na Kimi – Hiroshi Takamine
  • Wagamama Prisoner – Kyousuke Ikusawa
  • Wanko to Nyanko series – Atsushi Hasegawa
  • Wild Adapter – Makoto Kubota
  • Wild Rock – Emba
  • Yami no Matsuei series 1 – Seiichirou Tatsumi
  • Yami no Matsuei series 2: Summer Vacation – Seiichirou Tatsumi
  • Yome ni Konaika – Keigo Ikezaki
  • Yurigaoka Gakuen series 1: Heart mo Ace mo Boku no Mono – Riku Houjou
  • Yurigaoka Gakuen series 2: Kimidake no Prince ni Naritai – Riku Houjou, Kaname Matsumiya
  • Yuuwaku Recipe – Hongo
  • Ze – Shoi Mito
  • Zone-00-II section Knight – Renji Kurobara

Video games[edit]

Unknown date

Dubbing[edit]

Live-action[edit]

Animation[edit]

References[edit]

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