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Interview: Toshiyuki Morikawa | Otaku USA Magazine

Darius Washington:

Seiyuu Toshiyuki Morikawa has had an extensive vocal career over the last twenty years. He’s performed in over 100 different anime, including some prominent characters such as D-Boy (Tekkaman Blade), Dio (Casshern Sins), Griffith (Berserk), and Sephiroth (Final Fantasy: Advent Children). Additionally, he’s worked on many games and Drama CDs. In the interim, he’s formed a band called 2HEARTS and done overdubs for over 70 American movies, usually taking lead actors repeatedly like Tom Cruise (Mission: Impossible, Collateral) , Ewan McGregor (Star Wars, Big Fish) and Brad Pitt (Se7en, Spy Game). Due to his deep voice, he’s often cast as powerful characters and has used his success in this area to found his own acting school and talent agency, Axl-One.

Despite his busy times, he was kind enough to provide us with an interview! (Culture, Toshiyuki Morikawa)

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