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Profile of Kappei Yamaguchi on Famous Like Me

 
Name: Kappei Yamaguchi  
   
Also Know As:
   
Date of Birth: 23rd May 1965
   
Place of Birth: Fukuoka, Japan
   
Profession: Actor
 
 
From Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia

Kappei Yamaguchi (山口 勝平 Yamaguchi Kappei) is a Japanese voice actor (seiyū) who has voiced characters in anime, drama CDs (namely audio doramas), and video games. Like other seiyū, he has occasionally released some solo CD albums.

Kappei Yamaguchi

Biography/profile

  • Born on May 23, 1965 in Fukuoka.
  • Sometimes mistranslated as Katsuhei Yamaguchi or Shōhei Yamaguchi
  • Original name: Mitsuo Yamaguchi (山口光雄 Yamaguchi Mitsuo)
  • Blood Type: B
  • Height/Weight: 160 cm, 55 kg
  • Works for Gekidan 21 Seiki Fox
  • Married with a son

Notable voice roles

Anime

TV series

  • Ranma Saotome (male) - Ranma ½ (1989)
  • InuYasha - InuYasha (2000)
  • Sena - Weiss Kreuz Gluhen (2002)
  • Takurou - Wedding Peach (1995)
  • little Zenki - Zenki (1995)
  • Shesta - Escaflowne (1996)
  • Tarou Yoshida - Fancy Lala (1998)
  • Usopp - One Piece (1999)
  • Sai Saishi - G Gundam (1994)
  • Noin - Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne (1999)
  • Tōru (Todd) - Pokémon (anime) (1997)
  • Rattle(Rattor) - Beast Wars (1999)
  • Ryo Misaki - Angelic Layer (2001)
  • Jin - Yu Yu Hakusho (1992)
  • Shin'ichi Kudo (Jimmy Kudo) / Kaito Kid (Phantom Thief) - Detective Conan (1995)
  • Ryuuichi Sakuma - Gravitation (anime) (1999)
  • Tsutomu Yamaguchi - Gokinjo Monogatari (1995)
  • Yattaro - Kyatto Ninden Teyandee (the original) (1990)
  • Rokuta- The Twelve Kingdoms (2002)
  • Rhint - episode 10 of Cowboy Bebop (1998)
  • Shinpachi Nagakura- Peacemaker Kurogane (2003)
  • Yorun- Edens Bowy (1998)
  • Taro Yamada - Sister Princess (2001)
  • Flex - Silent Möbius TV (1998)
  • Kenta Suetake - Sensei no Ojikan (2004)
  • Crane Bahnsteik - Akihabara Dennou Gumi (1998)
  • Keita Aono - Betterman (1999)
  • Tochiro - Gun Frontier (2002)
  • Michael - Beyblade (2001)
  • Bashatto-san - Pecola (2001)
  • Chappy - Papuwa (2003 remake)
  • Suon Morata - Mouse (2003)
  • Hikoro Oikawa - DearS (2004)
  • Tomonori Iwaki - Rizelmine (2002)
  • Shester - Captain Tsubasa (1983) (possibly his earliest known voice role)
  • Yuuya Noda - Miracle Girls (1993)
  • Ono-kun - Chibi Maruko-chan (1990)
  • Gokyuu - Asobotto Senki Gokyuu (2002)
  • Takuya Enoki - Akachan to Boku (Baby and Me) (1996)
  • Utsumi Rai - Dagwon (1996)
  • Prince Nikomo - Mahoujin Guru Guru (1994)
  • Akashi Shikase - Saber Marionette J to X (1998)
  • Gulliver - Gulliver Boy (1995)
  • Kimiira - B'T X (1995)
  • Ken Kurenai - Red Baron (1995)
  • Kentaro Higashikumaru - CLAMP School Detectives (1998)
  • Daitokuji - Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX (2004)
  • Chuumon - Digimon Adventure (1999)
  • Raimon Taro - Eyeshield 21 (2005)
  • Danny (Boy) - Konjiki no Gashbell (2003)

OVAs

  • Ranma Saotome (male) - Ranma ½ OVAs (1993-1996)
  • Inagaki Kappei- Ayane's High Kick (1996)
  • Takuma - Jungle de Ikou (1997)
  • Osamu - Mamono Hunter Yohko (Devil Hunter Yoko) (1991)
  • Nichol Hawking- Plastic Little (1994)
  • Ryuu-Oh - RG Veda (1992)
  • Subaru Sumeragi - Tokyo Babylon (1992)
  • Etoh - Lodoss to Senki (1990)
  • Arslan - Heroic Legend of Arslan (1991)
  • Senmatsu the Monkey - Sakura Wars Goka-Kenran (1999)
  • Bass - Jewel BEM Hunter Lime (1996)
  • Hugo - Battle Angel Alita (1993)
  • Haruhiko Kasama - Please Save My Earth (1993)
  • Nin-Nin - La Blue Girl (1992)
  • Shuu Akiba - Slow Step (1991)
  • Takurou - Wedding Peach DX (1997)
  • Madara - Madara (1991)
  • Wan Dabata - KO Beast (1992)
  • Inuma Saurou - Violence Jack (1986)
  • Sosuke Inukawa (Gakuzo) - The Hakkenden (1990)
  • Lanberts - Legend of the Galactic Heroes (1988)
  • Daisaku Kusama - Giant Robo (1992)
  • Tenma Koizumi - Here is Greenwood (1991)
  • Low - Shadow Skill (1995)
  • Ryudo Amaru - Sohryuden (1991)
  • Light - Twinbee Paradise (1999)
  • Tokino Kanata - Ryokunohara Labyrinth (1990)
  • Sada - Virgin Fleet (1991)
  • RETRO - Dead Leaves (2004)
  • Hanappe - Hanappe Bazooka (1992)
  • Shibuya - Desperate Love 1989 (1989)
  • Julian - Fire Emblem (1995)
  • Bostov - Villgust (1993)
  • Kenta - Can Can Bunny (1997)
  • Bukida (Fumio Kida) - Gakkou ga Kowai! Inuki Kanako Zekkyou Collection (1999)

Movies

  • Ranma Saotome (male) - Ranma ½ movies (1991- 1994)
  • InuYasha - InuYasha movies (2001- )
  • Usopp - One Piece movies (2000- )
  • Tombo - Kiki's Delivery Service (1989)
  • Shin'ichi Kudo (Jimmy Kudo) / Kaito Kid (Phantom Thief) - Detective Conan (Case Closed) movies (1997- )
  • Roalt- A Tree of Palme (2002)
  • Shesta - Escaflowne, A Girl in Gaea (2000)
  • Yasuharu Musashino - Rurouni Kenshin: Ishin Shishi no Requiem (1997)
  • Johnny - A Wind Named Amnesia (1989)
  • Manafu - Noiseman Sound Insect (1997)
  • passenger - Junkers Come Here (1995)
  • Mireo - Blue Remains (2000)
  • Hajime Kindaichi - Kindaichi Case Files, movie #1 (1995)

Video games

  • Rapp - Grandia (original) (1999)
  • Wataru Hibiya - Tokimeki Memorial: Girl's side (2002)
  • Ryu/Rei - Breath of Fire III and V
  • InuYasha - InuYasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale (2003)
  • Tytree Crowe - Tales of Rebirth (2004)

Anime music and drama CDs

Dialogue roles (doramas)

  • Akira Ijyuin - 20 Mensou Ni Onegai! (Man of Many Faces) (Victor, VICL-3001, 1990)
  • Yuuji Nonaka - Code Name wa Charmer (Bandai/Apollon, BCCM-6, 1991)

Singing roles

  • Chichiri - Fushigi Yuugi "CD books"
  • Light - Twinbee Paradise 3 Vocal Bomb (Konami, KICA-7761) and Twinbee Paradise 2 Sound Fantasia (Konami KICA-7652)
  • Equal Striver (with Akio Matsuoka) - Shadow Skill V (Star Child, KICA-310, 1996)
  • Ranma Saotome (male) - Various Ranma ½ character songs released as singles (1989 - 1993)
  • Usopp - One Piece Character Song Albums and various singles.
  • Ryuichi Sakuma - Gravitation - Gravitation Sound Story III - Predilection

Other voice roles

  • Artemis- Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (2003)
  • Japanese dub voice of Bugs Bunny
  • Kyle - South Park (Japanese dub)
  • unknown role - Seiyū Daisuki 4: Wedding Bell (Media Remoras, MRCA-20081, 1996)
  • Cory Matthews - Boy Meets World(Japanese dub, beginning with episode 3)

Other music CD albums

Solo

  • Rollin' (Futureland/Youmex, TYDY-5147, 1990)
  • A Boy (Futureland/Youmex, TYCY-5185, 1991)
  • Mini-Best (Meldac/Nippon Crown, MECH-18004, 1995)
  • Unbalance City (Nippon Columbia, COCC-13586, 1996)

With other seiyū

  • Message: Seiyū Collection Volume 1 (Platz, PLCA-808) (1990)

Radio Shows

  • Pure Pure Island (aired for a month in 1998 as a tie-in with the anime series Fancy Lala and was co-hosted with J-pop singer Reiko Omori who was also the seiyū who voiced Miho Shinohara)
  • Hiroi Ouji's Maruten Cha Cha Cha! (ongoing, co-hosted with seiyū Chisa Yokoyama and Sakura Taisen creator Ohji Hiroi)

Awards

  • Winner of the seiyū award in the 2003 Tokyo International Anime Fair

External links and references

In English

  • Hitoshi Doi's seiyuu database
  • seiyuu.info
  • Kappei Yamaguchi at the Internet Movie Database
  • Animenfo.com
  • ANN profile
  • Voices.fuzzy.com, link 1
  • Voices.fuzzy.com, link 2
  • the Kappei index(fansite)

In Japanese

  • Maruten radio show homepage
  • Voice role listing
  • Voice role listing #2
  • Profile@Gekidan 21 Seiki Fox

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