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Kôji Totani (1948–2006)

Kôji Totani was born on July 12, 1948 in Nagoya, Japan. He was an actor, known for Metal Gear Solid (1998), Kikô Kantai dairugger XV (1982) and Barefoot Gen (1983). He died on February 6, 2006 in Japan. See full bio »

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(age 57) in Japan

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 2007 Ninja Gaiden Sigma (Video Game)
Doku (Japanese version, voice)
 2006 Naruto (TV Series)
Hôki
- Shirasagi no habataku jikan (2006) ... Hôki (voice)
 2005 Dead or Alive 4 (Video Game)
Leon (voice, as Kouji Totani)
 2005 Metal Gear Ac!d² (Video Game)
Ocelot (Japanese version, voice)
 2005 Air (TV Series)
Minagi's Father
- Hoshi 'star' (2005) ... Minagi's Father (voice)
 2004 Dead or Alive 2 Ultimate (Video Game)
Leon (voice)
 2004 Ninja Gaiden (Video Game)
Doku (Japanese version, voice, uncredited)
 2003-2004 Fullmetal Alchemist (TV Series)
Tim Marcoh
- That Which Is Lost (2004) ... Tim Marcoh (Japanese version, voice)
- The Ishbal Massacre (2004) ... Tim Marcoh (Japanese version, voice)
- Destruction's Right Hand (2004) ... Tim Marcoh (Japanese version, voice)
- The Other Brothers Elric: Part 2 (2003) ... Tim Marcoh (Japanese version, voice)
 2002 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (Video Game)
Cui (Japanese version, voice)
 2002 Dragon Ball (TV Series)
Draculaman
- Deadly Battle (2002) ... Draculaman (Japanese version, voice)
- We Are the Five Warriors (2002) ... Draculaman (Japanese version, voice)
 2001 Dead or Alive 3 (Video Game)
Leon (voice)
 2001 Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (Video Game)
Revolver Ocelot (Japanese version, voice)
 2000 Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore (Video Game)
Leon (Japanese version, voice)
 1999 Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions (Video Game)
Revolver Ocelot (voice)
 1998 Metal Gear Solid (Video Game)
Revolver Ocelot (Japanese version, voice)
 1996-1997 Dragon Ball GT (TV Series)
Don Kia / Dracula Man
- Until We Meet Again... (1997) ... Dracula Man (credit only)
- Goku vs. Ledgic (1996) ... Don Kia
- The Most Wanted List (1996) ... Don Kia
 1997 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series)
Cui
- The Ruthless Frieza (1997) ... Cui (Japanese version, voice)
- Face-Off on Namek (1997) ... Cui (Japanese version, voice)
- Who's Who?! (1997) ... Cui (Japanese version, voice)
 1995 Fist of the North Star (Video Game)
Hoshimu
 1994 Grappler Baki (Video short)
Atsushi Suedo (voice)
 1994 Go! Go! Ackman (Video short)
Papa (Japanese version, voice)
 1993 Battle Angel (Video)
Zavan
 1992 Crying Freeman 5: Abduction in Chinatown (Video)
Lucky Boyd
 1992 Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Jion no zankou
Alpha Bate (voice)
 1991 3x3 Eyes (Video)
Ryouko (voice)
 1989-1991 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series)
Mezu / Kyui / Strock / ...
- Son Goku Becomes the Legendary Super Saiyan! (1991) ... Mezu (Japanese version, voice)
- The Red and Blue Lightenging Ball: Jees and Baata Attack! (1990) ... Strock (Japanese version, voice)
- Ambitious Vegeta: I'm the Greatest Warrior! (1990) ... Kyui (Japanese version, voice)
- Keep Your Hands Off! Enma's Secret Fruit (1989) ... Mezu (Japanese version, voice)
 1991 Kidô senshi Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (TV Series)
Alpha Bates (Japanese version, voice)
 1991 Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug (Short)
Commander Zeeun (Japanese version, voice)
 1990 Crying Freeman 3: Shades of Death, Part 2 (Video)
African Tusk Leader
 1989 Crying Freeman 2: Shades of Death, Part 1 (Video)
Chen (voice)
 1989 Kyôshoku sôkô Guyver (Video)
Gregole (voice)
 1989 Legend of the Galactic Heroes (TV Series)
Arthur Von Streit
- Two-Headed Snake: Battle of Rantemario ... Arthur Von Streit
- The Lippschadt Conspiracy ... Arthur Von Streit
- The Ark Fleet of Admiral Yang ... Arthur Von Streit
- Search for a Universe of Freedom ... Arthur Von Streit
- Klopstock Incident ... Arthur Von Streit
 1989 Goku II: Midnight Eye (Video)
Thug (voice)
 1989 Dragon Ball Z: Son Goku Super Star (Short)
Ginger (Japanese version, voice)
 1989 Transformers: Victory (TV Series)
Blacker, Road Caesar
 1989 Jushin Riger (TV Series)
Dollnerbee (voice, as Kouji Totani)
 1988 Appleseed (Video)
Terrorist (voice)
 1988 Transformers: Chôjin Master Force (TV Series)
Blood
 1986-1987 Dragonball (TV Series)
Policeman / Dracula Man / Announcer / ...
- Battle to Be the Best! (1987) ... Announcer
- Son Goku vs. Tenlon (1987) ... Referee
- The Man-Eating Gourd (1987) ... Chao's Dad (voice)
 1987 Transformers: The Headmasters (TV Series)
Skullcruncher (voice)
 1987 Wicked City
Jin (voice)
 1987 Wings of Honneamise
Tchallichammi
 1987 New Maple Town Story (TV Series)
Driver
- Yume wonoseta jidousha (1987) ... Driver (voice)
 1987 Chôjin densetsu 1: Chôjin tanjô hen (Video short)
Majin
 1986 M.D. Geist (Video)
Additional Voices (voice)
 1986 Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies
Soldier (Japanese version, voice)
 1986 Barefoot Gen 2 (voice)
 1986 Maple Town (TV Series)
Nicolai Kumanoff
- Biibaa ie no natsu (1986) ... Nicolai Kumanoff (voice)
- Tanoma reta koi no tegami (1986) ... Nicolai Kumanoff (voice)
- Ika naide! Sensei (1986) ... Nicolai Kumanoff (voice)
- Kie ta gin nosaji (1986) ... Nicolai Kumanoff (voice)
 1986 Kenritsu chikyû bôeigun (Video short)
Dr. Mafune (voice)
 1986 Kidô senshi Gundam ZZ (TV Series)
August Gidan, Goddon Goh
 1985 Dirty Pair (TV Series)
Man
- Lot of Danger, Lot of Dummies (1985) ... Man (voice)
 1985 Kinnikuman: Gyakushû! Uchû kakure chôjin (Short)
Detective Gobugari / Announcer Yoshigai / New Black Rain
 1985 Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (TV Series)
Kakrikon Kirklar, Gady Kinzei
 1984 Lensman
DJ Bill (Japanese version, voice)
 1984 Chôjikû kidan Sazan Kurosu (TV Series)
Brown (Japanese version, voice)
 1984 Jaianto Gôgu (TV Series)
Behm (voice)
 1984 Locke the Superman
Manu (voice)
 1984 Heavy Metal L-Gaim (TV Series)
Hasher Mosher
 1983 Barefoot Gen
Walla (voice)
 1983 Armored Trooper Votoms (TV Series)
General Detel Battentain
 1982 Kikô Kantai dairugger XV (TV Series)
Teles
- Teki-shireibu o sagase (1982) ... Teles (voice)
- Chikyû hijô jitai (1982) ... Teles (voice)
- Uchû toride no hanran (1982) ... Teles (voice)
- Erudora no higan (1982) ... Teles (voice)
- Uchû yôsai kôryaku (1982) ... Teles (voice)
 1980-1981 Ginga tetsudô Three-Nine (TV Series)
Kikansha no koe / C62-50 / Kikansha no Koe
- Seishun no Genei Saraba 999 Part 2 (1981) ... Kikansha no Koe (voice)
- Seishun no Genei Saraba 999: Part 1 (1981) ... Kikansha no koe (voice)
- Maetel no tabi: Zenpen (1981) ... Kikansha no koe (voice)
- Macaroniguratan no houkai (1981) ... Kikansha no koe (voice)
- Gosuto suteshon 13go (1981) ... Kikansha no koe (voice)
 1981 Kidô senshi Gandamu
Crown
 1980 Dracula (TV Movie)
Wheeler (voice)
 1980 Terra e...
Admiral Kuf (voice)
 1980 Magical Girl Lalabelle (TV Series)
Mr. Gamagoori
- Pass the Pedestrian Crossing (1980) ... Mr. Gamagoori (voice)
 1979 Mobile Suit Gundam (TV Series)
Kozun Graham, Boraskyniv, Clamp, Marshy, Mulligan, Uragan
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