Kazuhiko Kishino is confirmed dead at the age of 86.
Kazuhiko was best known as a Japanese voice actor (Kinnikuman).
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RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
RT @Anime: #News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
#News Voice Actor Kazuhiko Kishino Passes Away at 86 • Voice of King Kinniku in Kinnikuman, Suzaku's father in Code…
Kazuhiko Kishino
岸野一彦
Born (1934-02-14) February 14, 1934 (age 86)
Tokushima Prefecture
OccupationVoice actor
Kazuhiko Kishino (岸野一彦, Kishino Kazuhiko, born February 14, 1934 in Tokushima Prefecture) is a Japanese actor and voice actor. He is represented by Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society. He is a graduate of Doshisha University and he currently resides in Osaka Prefecture.
As a voice actor he is most recognized for his work in the anime series Kinnikuman as Mayumi Kinniku, Neptuneman, and several others.
Contents
1 Notable voice work
1.1 Anime television series
1.2 OVA
1.3 Movies
1.4 Tokusatsu
2 External links
Notable voice work
Anime television series
Gun X Sword (Gadved)
After War Gundam X (Zaider Rasso)
Mobile Suit V Gundam (Lob Olesches)
Kinnikuman (Mayumi Kinniku, Neptuneman, Atlantis, Junkman, etc.)
Future GPX Cyber Formula (Kojirou Sugo)
Densetsu no Yuusha Da Garn (Kouichirou Takasugi)
PaRappa The Rapper (Doberman)
Nintama Rantarou (Kingo's Father, Amanatsu Toukurou)
Burst Angel (Kashocho)
Phoenix (Karō)
Full Metal Panic! (Jerome Borda)
Yawara! A Fashionable Judo Girl (Editor in Chief)
Record of Lodoss War (Greevus)
Code Geass (Genbu Kururugi)
Waka kusa Monogatari (Burns)
OVA
Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (Ivan Pasarov)
Armor Hunter Mellowlink (Ganard)
Movies
The Heroic Legend of Arslan (Karikara II)
Mobile Suit Gundam (Lt. Reed)
Doraemon: Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds (Resentative)
Doraemon: Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth (Professor)
Doraemon: Nobita's Diary of the Creation of the World (Driver)
Kinnikuman Series (Mayumi Kinniku)
Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: The Last Blitz of Zeon (Ivan Pasarav)
Pom Poko (Policeman)
Tokusatsu
Metal Hero Series
Choujinki Metalder
Kidou Keiji Jiban
Tokkei Winspector (1990, 49 episodes) - Madocks (voice)
Special Rescue Exceedraft (1992, Episode 16) - Duke
Super Sentai Series
Himitsu Sentai Gorenger (1975) - Sakui / Murayama
Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan (1981, Episode: 41) - Reporter
Dai Sentai Goggle V (1982, Episode: 19) - Hachi Mozoo (voice)
Dengeki Sentai Changeman (1985-1986) - Marzo / Haust / Ballas / Seala / Girom / Zoll Bass / Kahge / Zados / Jigura / Daryl (voice)
Choujuu Sentai Liveman (1988) - Ikari Zuno / Ken Zuno / Toumei Zuno / Hacker Zuno (voice)
Kousoku Sentai Turboranger (1989) - Yashiki Boma / Kobu Boma / Kaseki Boma / Fujimi Boma / Gunman Boma (voice)
Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman (1990) - Gagargin / Liogin / WaniKaerugin / HyouCobrarugin (voice)
Choujin Sentai Jetman (1991, Episode: 39) - Sniper Cat (voice)
Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger (1992) - Dora Minotaur / Dokiita Clay Golems / Dora Cockatrice / Dora Endos / Dora Silkis (voice)
Ninja Sentai Kakuranger (1994, Episode: 12) - Tengu (voice)
Denji Sentai Megaranger (1997, Episode: 35) - Mantis Nejilar (voice)
Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGo-V (1999, Episode: 25) - Ceremonal Psyma Beast Halleluyan (voice)
Hyakujuu Sentai GaoRanger (2001, Episode: 35) - Blacksmith Org (voice)
Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger (2004, 8 episodes) - Supreme Commander Horusian Numa-O (voice)
Kamen Rider Series
Kamen Rider Black (1988) - Earwig Mutant / Coelacanth Mutant (voice)
Kamen Rider Black RX (1988-1989) - Strange Demon Robot Cublican / Strange Demon Beast-Man Gaingamoth / Strange Demon Supernatural Clan Zunojin / Strange Demon Robot Tripron 2 / Strange Alien Lifeforms Antront / Strange Demon Beast-Man Gynagingam / Strange Demon Robot Elgitron / Strange Demon Robot Shuraigin / Strongest Inhumanoid Gran Zairus / Riderman / Kamen Rider Super-1 (voice)
External links
Kazuhiko Kishino at Haikyo (in Japanese)
Kazuhiko Kishino at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
Authority control
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