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David Lodge (born October 10, 1957) is an American voice actor who works for anime as well as animation and the video game community and is known for his voice work in the Power Rangers franchise. Two of his best-known voice roles there were as Villamax in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy and Loki in Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue. In anime, he voiced Kenpachi Zaraki in Bleach and Jiraiya in Naruto. In animation, he provides the voice of Luxor in Tutenstein and Tenderheart Bear in the 2010s Care Bears cartoons. In video games, he voices a variety of roles, especially in World of Warcraft.

Filmography

Live-Action Dubbing

Films

Animation Dubbing

Animated Series

Anime Dubbing

Anime

  • Lupin the 3rd Part II (1977-1980) - Police B (ep. 54), Jusho Akahaji (eps. 55-56), KGB Agent on Train (ep. 58), KGB Guard (ep. 58), Butler (ep. 59), Al Camone (ep. 61), Old Man A (ep. 65), Tank Commander A (ep. 65), Police Chief (ep. 66), Food Culture Academy Man (ep. 67), Joe (ep. 67), Monkey King (ep. 67), Hitman (ep. 69)
  • Crayon Shin-chan (1992-present) - Additional Voices (Phuuz Dub)
  • Sailor Moon (1992-1993) - Rhett Butler/Bakene (ep. 31), ANN Anchor (ep. 33) (Viz Dub)
  • Vampire Princess Miyu (1997-1998) - Kyoichi Yaguchi (ep. 17)
  • Flint the Time Detective (1998-1999) - Mite
  • Digimon: Digital Monsters (1999-2000) - Puppetmon
  • Digimon 02 (2000-2001) - Michel Takaishi, Mr. Inoue, Azulongmon, Gardromon (ep. 11)
  • DinoZaurs (2000) - Dragozaur Army Forces, Drago Ceratops, Gomez
  • Fighting Spirit (2000-2002) - Shinoda
  • Mon Colle Knights (2000) - Lodo (ep. 1), Man A (ep. 1)
  • Shinzo (2000) - Huntari, Robot Centipede (ep. 4)
  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2000) - Midnight Express, Rail Racer
  • The Prince of Tennis (2001-2005) - Kaoru Kaidō, Junichi Sasabe, Doctor (ep. 15)
  • Rave Master (2001-2002) - Rear Admiral, Big Guard (ep. 8), Jacob of the West (ep. 44)
  • Naruto (2002-2007) - Jiraiya, Medical Ninja (ep. 47), ANBU Black Op (ep. 72), Ōtora (ep. 76), Sand Villager B (ep. 76), Leaf Sentry (ep. 81), Race Announcer (ep. 102)
  • Tenchi Muyo! GXP (2002) - Commander Daluma, Additional Voices
  • .hack//Legend of the Twilight (2003) - Cerulean Knights
  • Zatch Bell! (2003-2006) - Alvin, Bamu (ep. 60)
  • Bleach (2004-2012) - Kenpachi Zaraki (1st voice; eps. 20-243), Soken Ishida (eps. 44-45), Aldegor, Bount Victim (ep. 81), Bartender (ep. 83), Cloning Arrancar (eps. 128-131), Soul Reaper B (ep. 186), Soul Reaper D (ep. 206)
  • Monster (2004-2005) - Detective Weissbach
  • MÄR (2005-2007) - Maira, Bols, Sneak Thief (ep. 15)
  • FLAG (2006-2007) - Graig North, Lee, Naraya, UNF Soldier A (ep. 1), SDAC Operator (ep. 4)
  • Kekkaishi (2006-2008) - Shigemori Sumimura, Additional Voices
  • Tokko (2006) - Deputy Commissioner Ooizumi (ep. 1), Consulting Doctor (ep. 3), Technical Officer Shiraishi (eps. 4-5), Lab Guard (ep. 5)
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (2006-2007) - Tousai Munakata, Corrupt Businessman (ep. 9), Warehouse Worker (ep. 9), Knightmare Pilot (ep. 22), Britannian Officer (ep. 24), Additional Voices
  • Blue Dragon (2007-2008) - Nene, Death Roy, Elder (ep. 1), Gran Kingdom Soldier (ep. 1) , Gran Kingdom General (ep. 3)
  • Gurren Lagann (2007) - Jamo-roku (ep. 4), Villager (ep. 5)
  • Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit (2007) - Additional Voices
  • Naruto Shippūden (2007-2017) - Jiraiya, Sand Ninja (ep. 5), Gang Member #1 (ep. 180), Gang Member #2 (ep. 181)
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (2008) - Hong Gu, Xia Wang, Additional Voices
  • Durarara!! (2010) - Kazutano
  • Boruto: Naruto Next Generations (2017-present) - Jiraiya
  • Persona 5: The Animation (2018) - Igor

OVAs & Specials

  • Karas (2005-2007) - Governor (2nd voice), Additional Voices

Anime Films

Video Game Dubbing

External Links

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