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Hirotaka Suzuoki (1950–2006)

Hirotaka Suzuoki was born on March 6, 1950 in Nagoya, Japan. He was an actor, known for Saint Seiya (1986), Dragon Ball Z (1989) and Millennium Actress (2001). He died on August 6, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. See full bio »


(age 56) in Tokyo, Japan

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Known For

Saint Seiya
Saint Seiya Shiryû / Dragon
Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball Z Tenshinhan / Announcer / Caroni / Anoyo Ichi Budokai Anaunser / Anoyo Ichi Budakai Anaunser
Millennium Actress
Millennium Actress Junichi Ootaki
Rurouni Kenshin: Wandering Samurai
Rurouni Kenshin: Wandering Samurai Hajime Saitô (Gôrô Fujita)


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 2008 Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2 (Video Game)
Bright Noa (voice)
 2008 Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World (Video Game)
Roundcall (Japanese version, voice)
 2007 Dragonball Z: Budokai tenkaichi 3 (Video Game)
Tenshinhan / Cell Jr. (Japanese version, voice)
 2006 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (Video Game)
Tenshinhan / Cell Jr. / World Tournament Announcer (Japanese version, voice)
 2005 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi (Video Game)
Tenshinhan (Japanese version, voice)
 2005 Majikaru Kanan (TV Series)
Fennel (voice)
 2004 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 (Video Game)
Tenshinhan / Announcer (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 (Video Game)
Tenshinhan / Yamhan / Announcer (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 Pokémon Housou (TV Series)
 2003 Mega Man X7 (Video Game)
Signas / Splash Warfly (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series)
Captain Chicken
- Buu's Reincarnation (2003) ... Captain Chicken (Japanese version, voice)
 2002 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (Video Game)
Tien / Cell Jr. / Tournament Announcer (Japanese version, voice)
 2002 Kiddy Grade (TV Series)
Dextera (voice)
 2002 EOE: Eve of Extinction (Video Game)
Additional Voices (Japanese version, voice)
 1997-2002 Pokémon (TV Series)
- Team Rocket and Delibird! (2002) ... Sakaki (voice)
- Blimp Accident!? (1999) ... Sakaki (voice)
- When Yadon Becomes Yadoran (1998) ... Sakaki (voice)
 2001 Mega Man X6 (Video Game)
Signas / Shield Sheldon (voice)
 2001 Millennium Actress
Junichi Ootaki (voice)
 2001 Steel Angel Kurumi 2 (TV Series)
Dr. Ayanokouji
- Beyond the Clear Blue Sky (2001) ... Dr. Ayanokouji (voice)
- Master Will Go Away (2001) ... Dr. Ayanokouji (voice)
- How Do Ya Do, Sistaz? (2001) ... Dr. Ayanokouji (voice)
- Big Part-time Job Plans! (2001) ... Dr. Ayanokouji (voice)
- Kurumi Becomes a Fish (2001) ... Dr. Ayanokouji (voice)
 2000 Mega Man X5 (Video Game)
Signas (Japanese version, voice)
 2000 Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns (Video)
Sakaki (voice)
 2000 Devilman Volume 3: Devilman Apocalypse (Video)
Zuboo (voice)
 1999 Steel Angel Kurumi (TV Series)
Dr. Ayanokoji
 1999 Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenkaku Romantan: Tsuioku Hen (TV Mini-Series)
Hajime Saitô
- Juuji Kizu (1999) ... Hajime Saitô (voice)
- Yoi no Satoyama (1999) ... Hajime Saitô (voice)
- Mayoi Neko (1999) ... Hajime Saitô (voice)
- Kiru Otoko (1999) ... Hajime Saitô (voice)
 1999 Crest of the Stars (TV Series)
Lafiel's father
 1998 Blue Submarine No. 6 (Video)
Yuri Maiakofski
 1998 Queen Emeraldas (Video)
Eldomein (voice)
 1998 Trigun (TV Series)
Chapel the Evergreen
- Sin (1998) ... Chapel the Evergreen (voice)
- Paradise (1998) ... Chapel the Evergreen (voice)
 1998 Detective Conan: The Fourteenth Target
Minoru Nishina (voice)
 1998 Cyber Team in Akihabara (TV Series)
Washuu Ryuugasaki
 1996-1997 Dragon Ball GT (TV Series)
Tenshinhan / Dorutakki / Dolltaki / ...
- The Five-Star Dragon (1997) ... Uu Shinron
- Curtain Call (1997) ... World Tournament Announcer
- Beginning of the End (1996) ... Dorutakki
 1997 Virus Buster Serge (TV Series)
 1997 Ghost in the Shell (Video Game)
Togusa (voice)
 1993-1996 Ranma 1/2 (TV Mini-Series)
Tatewaki Kuno / Tatewaki Kunou
- The Two Akanes! "Ranma, Look at Me!" (1996) ... Tatewaki Kuno (voice)
- Oh, Cursed Tunnel of Lost Love! Let My Love Be Forever (1995) ... Tatewaki Kuno (voice)
- Reawakening Memories Part 2 (1995) ... Tatewaki Kuno (voice)
- Reawakening Memories Part 1 (1994) ... Tatewaki Kuno (voice)
 1995 Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 (Video Game)
Tenshinhan (voice)
 1994 Slam Dunk: The Movie (Short)
Oda Tatsumasa (voice)
 1993 Hakkenden shin sho (Video)
Samojiro Aboshi (voice)
 1993 Urotsukidôji II: Legend of the Demon Womb (Video)
Tatsuo Nagumo (voice)
 1993 Jojo's Bizarre Adventure (TV Mini-Series)
Noriaki Kakyôin (voice)
 1992 Sûpâ bikkuri man (TV Series)
Asutaranemu (voice)
 1992 Adventures of Puss-in-Boots (TV Series)
Abusan / Jesakku (voice)
 1992 Video Girl Ai (TV Series)
Ai's Creator
 1991 Cosmic Fantasy 2 (Video Game)
Dandy / Garam (voice)
 1990 Urotsukidôji II: Legend of the Demon Womb (Video)
Tatsuo Nagumo (voice)
 1990 Kennosuke-sama (Short)
Biker C (voice)
 1990 Goddamn (TV Mini-Series)
Tsukasa Rokkouji (voice)
 1990 Aidoru tenshi yôkoso Yôko (TV Series)
 1990 Guy: Double Target (TV Mini-Series)
- Episode #1.3 (1990) ... Zena (voice)
- Episode #1.2 (1990) ... Zena (voice)
- Episode #1.1 (1990) ... Zena (voice)
 1989 Kyôshoku sôkô Guyver (TV Series)
Masaki Murakami
 1989 Earthian (TV Mini-Series)
Miyagi (voice)
 1989 Ariel (Video)
Ragnas (voice)
 1989 Shin Captain Tsubasa (TV Series)
Kojiro Hyuga (voice)
 1989 Cleopatra D.C. (TV Series)
Shintagma Junior
- The Lightning Bolt of Apollo (1989) ... Shintagma Junior (voice)
 1989 Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend (Video)
Tatsuo Nagumo (voice, uncredited)
 1989 Dragon Warrior (TV Series)
Baharata (1991) (voice)
 1988 Legend of the Galactic Heroes (TV Series)
Ivan Konev / Rupert Kessenlink
 1988 Urusei Yatsura: Okore shâbetto (Video short)
 1988 Hades Project Zeorymer (TV Mini-Series short)
- Project I: Separation (1988) ... Taiha (voice)
 1988 Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack
Bright Noah (Japanese version, voice)
 1988 Efu (TV Series)
Kazuto Hijiri (voice)
 1988 Starship Troopers (Video)
 1987 Boes (TV Series) (Japanese version, voice)
 1987 Mami the Esper (TV Series)
Sawada (voice)
 1987 Wings of Honneamise
Dormuhot (voice)
 1986 Arion
 1986 Urban Square
 1986 They Were Eleven
Amazon (voice)
 1986 Machine Robo: Cronos no dai Gyakushû (TV Series)
- Zettai rei-do no atsui tatakai (1986) ... Zagam
 1986 Love City (voice)
 1986 Prefectural Earth Defense Force (Video short)
Kami Santin (voice)
 1986 Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (TV Series)
Bright Noah
 1985 Showa Ahozoshi Akanuke Ichiban (TV Series)
Para (voice)
 1985 Urusei yatsura (TV Series)
 1985 Genesis Climber Mospeada: Love Live Alive (Video)
Yellow Belmont (Male) (voice)
 1985 GoShogun: The Time Étranger (Video)
Shingo (voice)
 1985 Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (TV Series)
Bright Noa
 1984 Once More Forever (Video)
Shinnosuke Hyodo (voice)
 1984 What's Up Mechadoc (TV Series) (voice)
 1984 Chôjikû kidan Sazan Kurosu (TV Series)
Dess (Japanese version, voice)
 1983-1984 Super Dimension Century Orguss (TV Series)
- Jikû sôzô (1984) ... Olson (voice)
- Senjô (1984) ... Olson (voice)
- Last Charge (1984) ... Olson (voice)
- Lost World (1984) ... Olson (voice)
- Children (1984) ... Olson (voice)
 1984 Cho Kosoku Galvion (TV Series)
 1983 Captain Tsubasa (TV Series)
Kojirou Hyuuga (voice)
 1983 Genesis Climber Mospeada (TV Series)
Yellow Belmont (Male)
- Shugeki no Pureryudo (1983) ... Yellow Belmont (Male) (voice)
 1983 Saiko ama Gobarian (TV Series)
Domson (voice)
 1983 Mission Outer Space Srungle (TV Series)
Super Star
- Sono na wa Gorira: Part 2 (1983) ... Super Star (voice)
- Sono na wa Gorira: Part 1 (1983) ... Super Star (voice)
 1982 Chôjikû Yôsai Macross (TV Series)
Lynn Kaifun, Riber Frurink (Japanese version, voice)
 1982 Mobile Suit Gundam III: Encounters in Space
Bright Noah (Japanese version, voice)
 1981 Manga Mito Kômon (TV Series)
Sukesaburô (voice)
 1981 Mobile Suit Gundam II: Soldiers of Sorrow
Bright Noah (Japanese version, voice)
 1981 Sengoku majin Go-Shogun (TV Series)
Shingo Hokujô
- Gôshôgun hasshin seyo (1981) ... Shingo Hokujô (voice)
 1981 Kidô senshi Gandamu
Bright Noah (Japanese version, voice)
 1980 Space Cruiser Yamato III (TV Series)
Kenjirô Ôta
 1979 Mobile Suit Gundam (TV Series)
Bright Noah
- Icelina- Love's Remains (1979) ... Bright Noah (voice)
- Garma's Fate (1979) ... Bright Noah (voice)
- Fly! Gundam (1979) ... Bright Noah (voice)
- Winds of War (1979) ... Bright Noah (voice)
- The Core Fighter's Escape (1979) ... Bright Noah (voice)
 1972 Devilman (TV Series)
Zuuboi (1972) (voice)

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