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Masami Kikuchi (菊池 正美 Kikuchi Masami, born April 24, 1960) is a Japanese voice actor from Nagano, Japan.

He began his career as a seiyū in 1983. Characterized by his great versatility and ability to voice youthful characters, the best known of which he voiced being Tenchi Masaki in Tenchi Muyo! and all its sequels. He is also known for voicing Keiichi Morisato in Oh My Goddess!, Joe Kido in the Digimon franchise, Wing in Hunter x Hunter and Shingo Aoi in Captain Tsubasa, among many others.

He is currently affiliated with Kenyū Office.

Dub Actors

Actor No. of Roles Country
Matthew Kermit Miller 7 United States
Michael Lindsay 3 United States
Jeff Nimoy 3 United States
Michael Sorich 3 United States
Doug Erholtz 2 United States
Richard Steven Horvitz 2 United States
Daman Mills 2 United States
Tony Oliver 2 United States
Derek Stephen Prince 2 United States
Thom Adcox-Hernandez 1 United States
Greg Ayres 1 United States
Brian Beacock 1 United States
Maddie Blaustein 1 United States
Martin Burke 1 United States
Greg Chun 1 United States
Gary Dehan 1 United States
Richard Epcar 1 United States
Jonathan Fahn 1 United States
Melissa Fahn 1 United States
Tom Fahn 1 United States
Sonny Franks 1 United States
David Fraser 1 Canada
Crispin Freeman 1 United States
Chris Hackney 1 United States
Roger Harris 1 Canada
Adam Hunter 1 Canada
Markus Lloyd 1 United States
Dan Lorge 1 United States
Jeff Lumby 1 Canada
Carl Macek 1 United States
Kerrigan Mahan 1 United States
Dave Mallow 1 United States
Drew Nelson 1 Canada
Richard Newman 1 Canada
Brian Palermo 1 United States
Bob Papenbrook 1 United States
Pier Paquette 1 Canada
Randy Pearlman 1 United States
Toby Proctor 1 Canada
Michael Reisz 1 United States
Roger Rhodes 1 United States
Michael Rudder 1 Canada
Philece Sampler 1 United States
Tony Sampson 1 Canada
Mike Shepherd 1 Canada
Brian Silva 1 United States
Scott Simpson 1 United States
Christopher Corey Smith 1 United States
J. Michael Tatum 1 United States
Billy Bob Thompson 1 United States
Mike Vance 1 United States
Ezra Weisz 1 United States
Clay Wheeler 1 United States

Filmography

Year Character Title Dub Voice Dub Country
1985-1986 Mike Coil Ninja Warrior Tobikage ¿? United States
1986-1989 Spica Saint Seiya Mike Vance United States
1987-1989 Joringel (ep. 17) Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics ¿? United States
The Prince (eps. 23-24) Tony Oliver
Peter (ep. 37) ¿?
1989-1992 Copycat Ken (ep. 60) Ranma ½ Toby Proctor Canada
1990-1991 Wokkaa Kyatto Ninden Teyandee Michael Rudder Canada
Kamehame #8
(ep. 48)
Pier Paquette
1990 Maruten Project A-ko: Uncivil Wars Richard Newman Canada
1991-1992 Kunio (ep. 2) 3x3 Eyes Kerrigan Mahan United States
Carl Macek (one loop)
Thom Adcox-Hernandez United States
1992-1993 Tenchi Masaki Tenchi Muyo! Matthew Kermit Miller United States
1993 Mamoru Murakami Ambassador Magma Jonathan Fahn United States
1993 Tony Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle Tony Sampson Canada
1993-1994 Keiichi Morisato Oh My Goddess! Scott Simpson United States
1993 Tenchi Masaki Tenchi Muyo! The Night Before the Carnival Matthew Kermit Miller United States
1994-1995 Kakeru Shidō (ep. 21) Magic Knight Rayearth Ezra Weisz United States
1994 Kakeru Oozora Sailor Moon S: Hearts in Ice Jeff Lumby Canada
Chris Hackney United States
1994 Tenchi Masaki Tenchi Muyo! Mihoshi Special Matthew Kermit Miller United States
1994 Tenchi Muyo! II United States
1995-1997 Magical Girl Pretty Sammy United States
1995-1996 Toshiyuki Nishino (ep. 151) Sailor Moon SuperS David Fraser Canada
¿? United States
1995 Tenchi Masaki Tenchi Universe Matthew Kermit Miller United States
1996 Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie Martin Burke United States
Metal Sonic Gary Dehan
1997-2002 Otoshi (ep. 73) Pokémon Maddie Blaustein United States
1997 Tenchi Masaki Tenchi in Tokyo Matthew Kermit Miller United States
1998-1999 Keiichi Morisato The Adventures of Mini-Goddess Tony Oliver United States
1999-2000 Jou Kido Digimon Adventure Michael Lindsay United States
Bakemon Michael Reisz
Gazimon Michael Sorich
Jyureimon Jeff Nimoy
Masami Izumi Dan Lorge
(eps. 31-36)
Jeff Nimoy
(eps. 38-54)
Shin Kido Doug Erholtz
1999 Jo Kido Digimon: The Movie Michael Lindsay United States
Grandma Ishida Philece Sampler
1999-2001 Wing Hunter x Hunter Roger Rhodes Canada
2000-2001 Jou Kido Digimon Adventure 02 Michael Lindsay United States
Shin Kido Doug Erholtz
Demon Bob Papenbrook
2001-2002 Rob "Dolphin" McCoy Digimon Tamers Tom Fahn United States
0ARMS-Grani Dave Mallow
2001-2002 Sieg Hart Rave Master Crispin Freeman United States
2002-2003 Neemon Digimon Frontier Michael Sorich United States
Narration Melissa Fahn
(eps. 1-42)
Brian Beacock
(eps. 43-50)
2002 Tenchi Misaki (ep. 17) Tenchi Muyo! GXP Christopher Corey Smith United States
2003 Komiyan .hack//Legend of the Twilight Brian Silva United States
2003-2004 Daifuku Ankoro Di Gi Charat Nyo! Mike Shepherd Canada
2003-2006 Kanchome Zatch Bell! Richard Steven Horvitz
(eps. 11-48)
United States
Jeff Nimoy
(eps. 50-104)
2006 Onigiri Air Gear Greg Ayres United States
2006-2007 Akihiro Kurata Digimon Data Squad Brian Palermo United States
2007 Dunkel Cooper Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Adam Hunter Canada
2008 Hunter Association President Vampire Knight Derek Stephen Prince United States
2008 Vampire Knight Guilty United States
2009-2019 Rabian Fairy Tail Randy Pearlman United States
2010-2012 Damemon Digimon Fusion Michael Sorich United States
Tsuwamon Richard Epcar
2011-2014 Zepile Hunter x Hunter Greg Chun United States
2012 Kikura Gen Beyblade: Shogun Steel Drew Nelson Canada
2014 Reggie Little Astro Boy Roger Harris Canada
2015-2018 Monaka Dragon Ball Super Daman Mills United States
Za Priccio J. Michael Tatum
Dr. Rota Richard Steven Horvitz
Vermoud Markus Lloyd
2015 Cub One Piece: Episode of Sabo Clay Wheeler United States
Kelly Funk Daman Mills
2018 Kikono Dragon Ball Super: Broly Sonny Franks United States
2018 Nuke Mazinger Z: Infinity Billy Bob Thompson United States
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