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Mitsuo Iwata (岩田 光央 Iwata Mitsuo, born July 31, 1967) is a Japanese actor, voice actor and singer who was born in Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan. He is best known for voicing Shōtarō Kaneda in Akira.

Dub Actors

Actor No. of Roles Country
Dave Mallow 3 United States
Randy Pearlman 3 United States
Michael Sinterniklaas 2 United States
Kirk Thornton 2 United States
Joseph Anthony 1 United States
Keith Anthony 1 United States
Alan Ayo 1 United States
Johnny Yong Bosch 1 United States
Cam Clarke 1 United States
Kevin Corn 1 United States
Benjamin Diskin 1 United States
Peter Doyle 1 United States
Tom Fahn 1 United States
Justin Geer 1 United States
Edward Glen 1 Canada
Josh Grelle 1 United States
Matt Hill 1 Canada
Chuck Huber 1 United States
Milton Lawrence 1 United States
Jason Liebrecht 1 United States
Hisato Masuyama 1 United States
Martin McDougall 1 United Kingdom
Vic Mignogna 1 United States
Kirby Morrow 1 Canada
Bill Newton 1 Canada
Christopher Niosi 1 United States
Michael C. Pizzuto 1 Hong Kong
Tony Pope 1 United States
Robbie Rist 1 United States
Aaron Roberts 1 United States
Sean Schemmel 1 United States
Doug Smith 1 United States
Christopher Steele 1 United States
Jack Taylor 1 United States
Frank Todaro 1 United States
Andrew Toth 1 Canada
Eric Vale 1 United States
Tom Wayland 1 United States
Christopher Wehkamp 1 United States
Buddy Woodward 1 United States

Filmography

Year Character Title Dub Voice Dub Country
1985 Ruu Urusei Yatsura 3: Remember My Love Justin Geer United States
1986 Tetsuya Wakatsuki Outlanders Tom Fahn United States
Sean Schemmel United States
1988 Shōtarō Kaneda Akira Cam Clarke United States
Johnny Yong Bosch United States
1988 Himself Akira: Production Report Dave Mallow United States
1989 Akira Megazone 23 - Part III Martin McDougall United Kingdom
Kevin Corn United States
1991-1993 Mitsuru Ikeda Here is Greenwood Jack Taylor United States
Peter Doyle United States
1993 Kojiro Sakai The Irresponsible Captain Tylor Buddy Woodward United States
1994 Kakimaro Someya DNA² Tom Wayland United States
1995-1996 Kintaro Oe Golden Boy Doug Smith United States
1996-1998 Tanaka Kodocha Chuck Huber United States
1996 Hiroshi Karigari My Dear Marie Joseph Anthony United States
1998-1999 Gan-chan The Adventures of Mini-Goddess Tony Pope United States
1998 Itsuki Takeuchi Initial D: First Stage Robbie Rist United States
Josh Grelle United States
1999 Dispel I'm Gonna Be An Angel! Hisato Masuyama United States
1999-
present
Emporio Ivankov (eps. 461-) One Piece Randy Pearlman United States
1999 Ryoma Power Stone Edward Glen Canada
2000-2004 Suzaku (eps. 137-139) InuYasha Andrew Toth Canada
2000 Pyoro Vandread Dave Mallow United States
2001-2002 Punma
(Cyborg 008)
Cyborg 009 Keith Anthony United States
2001 Hayakawa The Daichis: Earth Defence Family Kirby Morrow Canada
2001 Pyoro Vandread: The Second Stage Dave Mallow United States
2002 Peter Pan Kingdom Hearts Christopher Steele United States
2002-2005 Incho Mirmo Zibang! Michael C. Pizzuto Hong Kong
2002 Kiichi "Kiibo" Miyazawa Shootfighter Tekken Michael Sinterniklaas United States
2003 Kōichiro Sako Stratos 4 Milton Lawrence United States
2004-2005 Roadbuster Transformers: Energon Matt Hill Canada
2005-2007 John Peach MÄR Vic Mignogna United States
2006-2008 Arystar Krory III D.Gray-man Eric Vale United States
2006 Yasushi Tsumura Paprika ¿? United States
2011-2014 Sunny Toriko Aaron Roberts United States
2013 Orbot Sonic Lost World Kirk Thornton United States
2013-2014 Takaharu Fukuroda (ep. 1) Kill la Kill Benjamin Diskin United States
2014 Gairam One Piece 3D2Y: Overcoming Ace's Death! Luffy's Pledge to His Friends Alan Ayo United States
Emporio Ivankov Randy Pearlman
2014-2016 Isami Toma World Trigger Bill Newton Canada
2015-2018 Champa Dragon Ball Super Kirk Thornton United States
Jason Liebrecht United States
Majora Christopher Wehkamp
Zircor Christopher Niosi
2015 Emporio Ivankov One Piece: Episode of Sabo Randy Pearlman United States
2019 Toyo Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Frank Todaro United States
2019 Kuniharu Saiki The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. Reawakened Michael Sinterniklaas United States
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