Hiroki Takahashi

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Hiroki Takahashi
Native name
高橋 広樹
Born (1974-09-07) September 7, 1974 (age 45)[1]
Tokyo, Japan
Occupation
Years active 1994–present
Agent Max Mix
Notable work
Spouse(s) Aiko Aihashi
Children 1

Hiroki Takahashi (高橋 広樹, Takahashi Hiroki, born September 7, 1974 in Tokyo) is a Japanese actor, voice actor and singer whose major roles include Eiji Kikumaru in The Prince of Tennis, Kenji Harima in School Rumble, Hisoka in Hunter × Hunter (1999) and Katsuya Jonouchi in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters. In video games, he provides the voice of Ryu in the newer Street Fighter games. He is married to voice actress Aiko Aihashi. Their first son was born on June 24, 2016.[2]

Filmography

Anime

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[3]
1994 Macross 7 Kinryu Debut role [4]
1997 Kindaichi Case Files Policeman [4]
1998 Beast Wars II: Super Life-Form Transformers Mantis, Starscream, Hellscream [4]
1998 Shadow Skill Eigi King Ashubal [4]
1999 Hunter × Hunter Hisoka [4]
1999 Betterman Cactus Prickle [4]
1999 Eden's Bowy Quen [4]
1999 Magic User's Club Military person Ep. 1 [4]
2000 Miami Guns Anthony, Kousuke [4]
2000 Argento Soma Announcement [4]
2000-04 Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Katsuya Jonouchi [4]
2001 Sadamitsu the Destroyer Luga [4]
2001 Transformers: Car Robots Build Hurricane, Guildor [4]
2001 Chance Pop Session Bassist [4]
2001 Read or Die Genjo OVA [4]
2001 Digimon Tamers Impmon, Beelzemon
2001 The Prince of Tennis Eiji Kikumaru
2003 Zatch Bell! Parco Folgore
2004 Area 88 Saki Vashtar [4]
2004 Burn-Up Scramble Naruo Yuuji [4]
2004 Futari wa Pretty Cure Pissard [4]
2004 Shura no Toki – Age of Chaos Yakumo Mutsu [4]
2004–08 School Rumble series Kenji Harima [4]
2004 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny Arthur Trine
2006 Sumomomo Momomo Kōshi Inuzuka
2006 Nana Shoji Endo
2006 Ray the Animation Shinoyama Toshiaki [4]
2006 Shōnen Onmyōji Rikugō [4]
2006 Tokimeki Memorial Only Love Inukai Kouya [4]
2006 Katekyō Hitman Reborn! Superbi Squalo
2007 Moonlight Mile Kousuke Sawamura
2008 Neo Angelique Abyss Rayne Also Second Age
2008 Real Drive Aoi Souta [4]
2009 Fight Ippatsu! Jūden-chan!! Oumi Sento [4]
2009–2015 Hetalia: Axis Powers series Japan [5][6]
2010 HeartCatch PreCure! Toshiyoka Yuuto [4]
2011 Rio: Rainbow Gate! Elvis [4]
2012 Kamisama Kiss Otohiko Also second season [7]
2013 Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic Zagan [4]
2014 DRAMAtical Murder Koujaku [8]
2014 Hunter × Hunter (2011) Pariston Hill
2015 Sailor Moon Crystal Crimson Rubeus [9]
2015 Beautiful Bones: Sakurako's Investigation Hiroki Utsumi [10]
2016 One Piece Bill
2016 Scared Rider Xechs Kazuki Suzuki
2017 Akashic Records of Bastard Magic Instructor Albert Frazer
2018 Dakaretai Otoko 1-i ni Odosarete Imasu. Takato Saijo [11]
2019 Ensemble Stars! Shū Itsuki
2019 KonoSuba: God's Blessing on this Wonderful World! Legend of Crimson Hyoizaburoo Film [12]
2019 One Piece Queen
2019 Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan Young Man [13]

Audio recordings

List of voice performances in audio recordings
Title Role Notes Source[3]
Jinnai no Sekai [4]
Macross 7 CD Cinema [4]
Rui no Masaiban [14]
Silent Mobius Original Audio Drama: Mobius Collage Tao no shisha [4]
School Rumble Kikaku Album Drama + Super Oshibai Songs [4]
Cobalt Tokimeki Drama CD Remix [4]
El-Hazard Katsuo [4]
Macross Generation Sam [4]


Tokusatsu

List of performances in tokusatsu
Year Title Role Notes Source[3]
2010 Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider The Movie: Cho-Den-O Trilogy Episode Yellow Eve Movie [4]
2012 Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Megazordloid Ep. 42 [4]

Video games

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[3]
Growlanser Wayfarer of Time Alphonse Christopher [4]
Neo Angelique Rayne
Luminous Arc 2: Will Rasche [4]
SF Androgal Buchimaro Windows [4]
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U Ryu Downloadable character
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars Ryu [15]
Wild Arms: The 4th Detonator Arnaud G. Vasquez PlayStation 2 [4]
Zatch Bell! series Parco Folgore
2000 Brave Saga 2 Flash Kaiser PlayStation
2008–14 Street Fighter IV series Ryu [16]
2014 Granblue Fantasy Katzelia
2012 Street Fighter X Tekken Ryu [17]
2012 Project X Zone Ryu, Bahn [18][19]
2011 Umineko: When They Cry Willard H. Wright [20]
2015 Ensemble Stars Shū Itsuki
2015 Project X Zone 2 Ryu [21]
2016 Street Fighter V Ryu [22]
2016 The King of Fighters XIV Kukri [23]
2017 Nioh Date Masamune DLC-only
2019 Final Fantasy XIV Solus zos Galvus/Emet-Selch Stormblood and Shadowbringers
2019 Teppen Ryu [24]


Dubbing

List of dubbing performances
Title Role Voice dub for Notes Source[3]
Brothers Tommy Cahill Jake Gyllenhaal [25]
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Dastan [26]
Source Code Capt. Colter Stevens / Sean Fentress [27]
Enemy Adam Bell / Anthony Clair [28]
Prisoners Detective Loki [29]
Nightcrawler Louis "Lou" Bloom [30]
Southpaw Billy "The Great" Hope [31]
Velvet Buzzsaw Morf Vandewalt [32]
Spider-Man: Far From Home Quentin Beck / Mysterio [33]
Apocalypto Jaguar Paw Rudy Youngblood [34]
As Above, So Below George Ben Feldman [35]
As the Light Goes Out 2013 film
Awakening the Zodiac Mick Branson Shane West [36]
The Barefooted Youth Han Yo-seok/Jang Yo-seok Bae Yong-joon KBS drama
Carmina Brad Chimyidoro
Cold Case Scotty Valens Danny Pino
Confessions of a Shopaholic Luke Brandon Hugh Dancy [37]
CZ12 David Liao Fan [38]
The Fast and the Furious series Brian O'Conner Paul Walker
The Fifth Commandment Chance Templeton Rick Yune [39]
Gangs of New York Amsterdam Leonardo DiCaprio 2005 Nippon TV edition
Hardcore Henry Akan Danila Kozlovsky [40]
In the Heart of the Sea Matthew Joy Cillian Murphy [41]
Jersey Boys Tommy DeVito Vincent Piazza [42]
Love of the Aegean Sea Ruanji
Manchester by the Sea Lee Chandler Casey Affleck [43]
The Monkey King 2 King of Yun Hai Xi Kingdom Fei Xiang [44]
My Cousin Rachel Philip Sam Claflin [45]
Overdrive Andrew Foster Scott Eastwood [46]
Painted Skin: The Resurrection Witch Doctor of Tianlang Fei Xiang [47]
Pete's Dragon Jack Wes Bentley [48]
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Philip Swift Sam Claflin [49]
Ramona and Beezus Hobart Josh Duhamel [50]
Slither Bill Pardy Nathan Fillion [51]
Spread Nikki Ashton Kutcher [52]
Top Gun Maverick Tom Cruise 2005 Nippon TV edition
Track Down Tsutomu Shimomura
The Transporter Refueled Frank Martin Jr. Ed Skrein [53]
Vehicle 19 Michael Woods Paul Walker [54]
Your Highness Prince Fabious James Franco [55]

Live-action

List of live-action perforamnces
Title Role Notes Source[3]
The Prince of Tennis live-action [56]

Other roles

List of other roles
Title Role Notes Source[3]
Ensemble Stars
Samurai 7 stage play [56]

Discography

Albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Oricon[57]
Peak
position
Arinomama no hibi
(ありのままの日々)
  • Released: November 26, 2004
  • Catalog No.: NECA-30123[58]
 
Hello!
  • Released: May 18, 2005
  • Catalog No.: NECA-30131[59]
 
Tenisunoōjisama kikumarueiji ga utau dōyō meikyoku-shū ~ famirī de tanoshimou!~
(テニスの王子様 菊丸英二が歌う童謡名曲集~ファミリーでたのしもう!~)
  • Released: March 11, 2009
  • Catalog No.: NECA-30242[60]
145
Min'na de issho ni neyou yo
(Hitsujideoyasumi shirīzu Vol. 14)
(みんなで一緒に寝ようよ)
  • Released: August 29, 2008
  • Catalog No. HO-0023[61]
229
Journey
  • Released: September 7, 2012
  • Catalog No.: NECA-30285 [62]
195
Kyūkyoku no damīheddo kan'nō songu SEVENTH hevun vol. 2 Hinata!
(究極のダミーヘッド官能ソング SEVENTH HEAVEN vol.2 ヒナタ)
  • Released: May 29, 2013
  • Catalog No.: REC-054[63]
45
Kyara nite sōrō
Hiroki Takahashi Character Best
伽羅にて候
  • Released: July 31, 2013
  • Catalog No.: NECA-30297[64]
270
Kokorozashi yakko yō
(Bad Medicine: Black and White Vol. 1)
志奴要
  • Released: October 30, 2013
  • Catalog No: REC-073[65]
101
Itsuka no fūkei
Hiroki Takahashi 2003-2007 Singles
(いつかの風景)
  • Released: December 25, 2013
  • Catalog No.: NECA-30304[66]
 


Singles

source:[3]

  • (心を信じて) (2003)
  • (今日もまた太陽は容赦なく輝く) (2004)
  • "Be Yourself" (2005)
  • (まだ見ぬ先へ) (2005)
  • (ダイヤモンドの勇気) (2007)
  • "Blessings" (2013)

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External links

  • Official agency profile (in Japanese)
  • Hiroki Takahashi at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
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