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==Career==
 
==Career==
 
*He has appeared in numerous anime alongside [[Megumi Hayashibara]], who had roles in ''[[Neon Genesis Evangelion (TV series)|Neon Genesis Evangelion]]'' ([[Rei Ayanami]], [[Yui Ikari]]), ''[[Wataru]]'' (Himiko Shinobibe), ''[[Ranma ½]]'' ([[Ranma Saotome]] (female)), ''[[Donkey Kong Country (TV series)|Donkey Kong Country]]'' ([[Diddy Kong]]), and ''[[Cowboy Bebop]]'' (Faye Valentine).
 
*He has appeared in numerous anime alongside [[Megumi Hayashibara]], who had roles in ''[[Neon Genesis Evangelion (TV series)|Neon Genesis Evangelion]]'' ([[Rei Ayanami]], [[Yui Ikari]]), ''[[Wataru]]'' (Himiko Shinobibe), ''[[Ranma ½]]'' ([[Ranma Saotome]] (female)), ''[[Donkey Kong Country (TV series)|Donkey Kong Country]]'' ([[Diddy Kong]]), and ''[[Cowboy Bebop]]'' (Faye Valentine).
*He has appeared in every ''[[Pokémon (anime)|Pokémon]]'' film thus far, playing a different role each time. However, he rarely stars in the television series itself. Coincidentally, [[Megumi Hayashibara]] has also appeared in every Pokémon movie as Musashi ([[Team Rocket (anime)|Jessie]]).
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*He has appeared in every ''[[Pokémon (anime)|Pokémon]]'' film thus far, playing a different role each time. However, he rarely stars in the television series itself. Coincidentally, [[Megumi Hayashibara]] has also appeared in every Pokémon movie as Musashi ([[Team Rocket (anime)|Jessie]]).
 
*He, alongside dancer Hisako Ōshima, was the champion of the second season of ''Shall We Dance?'', the Japanese version of ''[[Dancing with the Stars]]''.
 
*He, alongside dancer Hisako Ōshima, was the champion of the second season of ''Shall We Dance?'', the Japanese version of ''[[Dancing with the Stars]]''.
 
*He was considered for the role of Sheriff Woody in the Japanese dub of ''[[Toy Story]]'' before [[Toshiaki Karasawa]] (''[[Minna no Ie]]'') was cast.
 
*He was considered for the role of Sheriff Woody in the Japanese dub of ''[[Toy Story]]'' before [[Toshiaki Karasawa]] (''[[Minna no Ie]]'') was cast.
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*He has dubbed over numerous [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]] roles, including [[Donald Duck]], [[Beast (Disney character)|Beast]], [[Genie (Aladdin)|Genie]], [[Mushu]], [[Stitch (Lilo & Stitch)|Stitch]], and [[Sebastian (The Little Mermaid)|Sebastian]]. He is also known for dubbing over a number of live-action actors, including [[Eddie Murphy]], [[Stephen Chow]], [[Jim Carrey]], [[Robin Williams]], [[Brad Pitt]], and [[Jean-Claude Van Damme]].
 
*He has dubbed over numerous [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]] roles, including [[Donald Duck]], [[Beast (Disney character)|Beast]], [[Genie (Aladdin)|Genie]], [[Mushu]], [[Stitch (Lilo & Stitch)|Stitch]], and [[Sebastian (The Little Mermaid)|Sebastian]]. He is also known for dubbing over a number of live-action actors, including [[Eddie Murphy]], [[Stephen Chow]], [[Jim Carrey]], [[Robin Williams]], [[Brad Pitt]], and [[Jean-Claude Van Damme]].
 
*He later received the Kei Tomiyama Award in the Third [[Seiyū Awards]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-03-07/3rd-annual-seiyu-award-winners-officially-announced |title=3rd Annual Seiyū Award Winners Officially Announced (Updated) - Anime News Network |accessdate=2009-03-11 |work= |publisher=Anime News Network |date=2009-03-07}}</ref>
 
*He later received the Kei Tomiyama Award in the Third [[Seiyū Awards]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-03-07/3rd-annual-seiyu-award-winners-officially-announced |title=3rd Annual Seiyū Award Winners Officially Announced (Updated) - Anime News Network |accessdate=2009-03-11 |work= |publisher=Anime News Network |date=2009-03-07}}</ref>
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*Yamadera's also known for his verstaile range, as shown in the video game [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danganronpa_V3:_Killing_Harmony Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony] where he voiced all five Monokubs, including Monophanie, marking her as Yamadera's first and only female role. According to Danganronpa V3 official blog, Yamadera is the first person it comes to mind when you think of “the same person voicing multiple characters at the same time”. No one has as much “multiple characters” experience as him and no one has that same high quality in making themselves sound like completely different people. He took the individual quirks of each Monokuma Kubs and made all of them unique.
   
 
==Roles==
 
==Roles==
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*''[[Idol Defense Force Hummingbird]]'' (Yajima)
 
*''[[Idol Defense Force Hummingbird]]'' (Yajima)
 
*''[[Harlock Saga|Harlock Saga: Nīberungu no Yubiwa: Golden Rain]]'' ('''Harlock''', Tochirō Daizan)
 
*''[[Harlock Saga|Harlock Saga: Nīberungu no Yubiwa: Golden Rain]]'' ('''Harlock''', Tochirō Daizan)
*''[[Ruin Explorers|Hikyō Tanken Fam & Ihrlie]]'' (Miguel)
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*''[[Ruin Explorers|Hikyō Tanken Fam &amp; Ihrlie]]'' (Miguel)
 
*''[[Legend of Heavenly Sphere Shurato]]'' ('''Dragon King Ryōma''')
 
*''[[Legend of Heavenly Sphere Shurato]]'' ('''Dragon King Ryōma''')
 
*''[[Legend of the Galactic Heroes]]'' (Bruno von Silverberg)
 
*''[[Legend of the Galactic Heroes]]'' (Bruno von Silverberg)
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*''[[The Plot of the Fuma Clan]]'' (Policeman #B)
 
*''[[The Plot of the Fuma Clan]]'' (Policeman #B)
 
*''[[Queen Emeraldas]]'' (Tochirō Ōyama)
 
*''[[Queen Emeraldas]]'' (Tochirō Ōyama)
*''[[Ranma 1/2]]'' OVA series ('''Ryoga/P-chan''')
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*''[[Ranma 1/2]]'' OVA series ('''Ryoga/P-chan''')
 
*''[[Saishū Kyōshi]]'' (Convenience store employee)
 
*''[[Saishū Kyōshi]]'' (Convenience store employee)
 
*''[[Saiyuki (manga)|Saiyuki]]'' ('''[[Sha Gojyo (Saiyuki)|Sha Gojyo]]''')
 
*''[[Saiyuki (manga)|Saiyuki]]'' ('''[[Sha Gojyo (Saiyuki)|Sha Gojyo]]''')
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'''2007'''
 
'''2007'''
 
*''[[Appleseed Ex Machina|Ex Machina]]'' ('''Briareos Hecatonchires''')
 
*''[[Appleseed Ex Machina|Ex Machina]]'' ('''Briareos Hecatonchires''')
*''[[Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai|Gekijōban Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl: Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai]]'' (Baron Alberto)
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*''[[Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai|Gekijōban Pocket Monsters Diamond &amp; Pearl: Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai]]'' (Baron Alberto)
 
*''[[Soreike! Anpanman: Shabon Dama no Burun]]'' ('''Cheese''', Kabaotto)
 
*''[[Soreike! Anpanman: Shabon Dama no Burun]]'' ('''Cheese''', Kabaotto)
 
*''[[Sword of the Stranger|Stranger: Mukō Hadan]]'' ('''Rarō''')
 
*''[[Sword of the Stranger|Stranger: Mukō Hadan]]'' ('''Rarō''')
 
'''2008'''
 
'''2008'''
 
*''[[Gekijōban: Yatterman: Shin Yatter Mecha Ōshūgo! Omocha no Kuni de Dai Kessen da Koron!]]'' (Yatter Mechas, Narrator)
 
*''[[Gekijōban: Yatterman: Shin Yatter Mecha Ōshūgo! Omocha no Kuni de Dai Kessen da Koron!]]'' (Yatter Mechas, Narrator)
*''[[Pokémon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior|Gekijōban Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl: Giratina to Sora no Hanataba: Shaymin]]'' ('''Mugen Graceland''')
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*''[[Pokémon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior|Gekijōban Pocket Monsters Diamond &amp; Pearl: Giratina to Sora no Hanataba: Shaymin]]'' ('''Mugen Graceland''')
 
*''[[Ghost in the Shell (film)|Ghost in the Shell/Kōkaku Kidōtai 2.0]]'' ('''Togusa''')
 
*''[[Ghost in the Shell (film)|Ghost in the Shell/Kōkaku Kidōtai 2.0]]'' ('''Togusa''')
 
*''[[Highlander: The Search for Vengeance|Highlander ~Director's Cut Han~]]'' ('''Marcus Octavius''')
 
*''[[Highlander: The Search for Vengeance|Highlander ~Director's Cut Han~]]'' ('''Marcus Octavius''')
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*''[[Crayon Shin-chan Otakebe! Kasukabe Yasei Ōkoku]]'' (Director Shizen)
 
*''[[Crayon Shin-chan Otakebe! Kasukabe Yasei Ōkoku]]'' (Director Shizen)
 
*''[[Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance|Evangelion Shin Gekijōban: Ha]]'' ('''Ryōji Kaji''')
 
*''[[Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance|Evangelion Shin Gekijōban: Ha]]'' ('''Ryōji Kaji''')
*''[[Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life|Gekijōban Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl: Arceus: Chōkoku no Jikū e]]'' (Gishin)
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*''[[Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life|Gekijōban Pocket Monsters Diamond &amp; Pearl: Arceus: Chōkoku no Jikū e]]'' (Gishin)
 
*''[[Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva|Layton Kyōju to Eien no Utahime]]'' (Pierre Starbuck)
 
*''[[Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva|Layton Kyōju to Eien no Utahime]]'' (Pierre Starbuck)
 
*''[[Soreike! Anpanman: Dadandan to Futago no Hoshi]]'' ('''Cheese''', Kabaotto, Kotetsujī-san)
 
*''[[Soreike! Anpanman: Dadandan to Futago no Hoshi]]'' ('''Cheese''', Kabaotto, Kotetsujī-san)
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*''[[Cowboy Bebop: Tsuioku no Yakyoku]]'' ([[Spike Spiegel]])
 
*''[[Cowboy Bebop: Tsuioku no Yakyoku]]'' ([[Spike Spiegel]])
 
*''[[Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors]]'' (Jeimu)
 
*''[[Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors]]'' (Jeimu)
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*[[Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony ]] (Monotaro, Monosuke, Monodam, Monophanie, Monokid)
 
*''[[Drakengard]]'' (Leonard)
 
*''[[Drakengard]]'' (Leonard)
 
*''[[Emerald Dragon]]'' ([[TurboGrafx-16]] version) (Yaman)
 
*''[[Emerald Dragon]]'' ([[TurboGrafx-16]] version) (Yaman)
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*''[[Super Robot Wars MX]]'' (Daisuke Umon, Duke Freed, Hokusen)
 
*''[[Super Robot Wars MX]]'' (Daisuke Umon, Duke Freed, Hokusen)
 
*''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' ([[List of Pokémon (141-160)#Mew|Mew]])
 
*''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' ([[List of Pokémon (141-160)#Mew|Mew]])
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*[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]]  ([[List of Pokémon (141-160)#Mew|Mew]])
 
*[[Tales of Destiny (PS2)|''Tales of Destiny'' (PlayStation 2)]] (Johnny Sheeden)
 
*[[Tales of Destiny (PS2)|''Tales of Destiny'' (PlayStation 2)]] (Johnny Sheeden)
 
*''[[Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3]]'' (Johnny Sheeden)
 
*''[[Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3]]'' (Johnny Sheeden)
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**''[[Kalifornia]]'' (Early Grayce)
 
**''[[Kalifornia]]'' (Early Grayce)
 
**''[[The Mexican]]'' (Jerry Welbach)
 
**''[[The Mexican]]'' (Jerry Welbach)
**''[[Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005 film)|Mr. & Mrs. Smith]]'' (DVD edition) (John Smith)
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**''[[Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005 film)|Mr. &amp; Mrs. Smith]]'' (DVD edition) (John Smith)
 
**''[[Seven Years in Tibet (1997 film)|Seven Years in Tibet]]'' ([[Heinrich Harrer]])
 
**''[[Seven Years in Tibet (1997 film)|Seven Years in Tibet]]'' ([[Heinrich Harrer]])
 
**''[[Spy Game]]'' (DVD edition) (Tom Bishop)
 
**''[[Spy Game]]'' (DVD edition) (Tom Bishop)
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*''[[The Return of Jafar]]'' ('''[[Genie (Aladdin)|Genie]]''')
 
*''[[The Return of Jafar]]'' ('''[[Genie (Aladdin)|Genie]]''')
 
*''[[Robots (film)|Robots]]'' (Fender)
 
*''[[Robots (film)|Robots]]'' (Fender)
*''[[Shrek]]'' ('''Donkey''')
 
*''[[Shrek 2]]'' ('''Donkey''')
 
*''[[Shrek the Third]]'' ('''Donkey''')
 
*''[[Shrek Forever After]]'' ('''Donkey''')
 
*''[[The Simpsons]]'' ("[[Stark Raving Dad]]") (Leon "[[Michael Jackson]]" Kompowsky)
 
 
*''[[Stitch! The Movie]]'' ('''Stitch''')
 
*''[[Stitch! The Movie]]'' ('''Stitch''')
 
*''[[Surf's Up (film)|Surf's Up]]'' (Reggie)
 
*''[[Surf's Up (film)|Surf's Up]]'' (Reggie)
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====Drama CDs====
 
====Drama CDs====
*''[[Allison & Lillia|Allison & Lillia Drama CD I ~Allison to Vil: Another Story~]]'' (Carr Benedict)
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*''[[Allison & Lillia|Allison &amp; Lillia Drama CD I ~Allison to Vil: Another Story~]]'' (Carr Benedict)
 
*''[[Bourbon no Fūin]]'' (Adrian Maurice)
 
*''[[Bourbon no Fūin]]'' (Adrian Maurice)
 
*''[[Combination]]'' (Shigemitsu Hashiba)
 
*''[[Combination]]'' (Shigemitsu Hashiba)
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*''[[Special Duty Combat Unit Shinesman]]'' (Shogo Yamadera/Shinesman Gray)
 
*''[[Special Duty Combat Unit Shinesman]]'' (Shogo Yamadera/Shinesman Gray)
 
*''[[Antique Bakery|Western Antique Cake-Shop]]'' (Keīchirō Tachibana)
 
*''[[Antique Bakery|Western Antique Cake-Shop]]'' (Keīchirō Tachibana)
*''[[X (manga)|X Character File 1: Yuzuriha & Sorata]]'' (Sorata Arisugawa)
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*''[[X (manga)|X Character File 1: Yuzuriha &amp; Sorata]]'' (Sorata Arisugawa)
 
*''[[Xenosaga: Outer File]]'' ([[List of major characters in Xenosaga#Gaignun Kukai|Gaignun Kukai]])
 
*''[[Xenosaga: Outer File]]'' ([[List of major characters in Xenosaga#Gaignun Kukai|Gaignun Kukai]])
   
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====Other====
 
====Other====
 
*December 17, 1993 ''Aladdin Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Japanese Version)''
 
*December 17, 1993 ''Aladdin Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Japanese Version)''
*:'''"Friend Like Me"'''<br>'''"Ali Ōji no Tōri"'''
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*:'''"Friend Like Me"'''<br />'''"Ali Ōji no Tōri"'''
 
*March 18, 2000 ''Ashita Ninattara...'' (''[[Donkey Kong Country (TV series)|Donkey Kong Country]]'' opening and ending)
 
*March 18, 2000 ''Ashita Ninattara...'' (''[[Donkey Kong Country (TV series)|Donkey Kong Country]]'' opening and ending)
*:'''"Ashita Ninattara..."''' (Donkey (Kōichi Yamadera) and Diddy (Megumi Hayashibara))<br>'''"Banana Tengoku"''' (Donkey (Kōichi Yamadera) and Diddy (Megumi Hayashibara))
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*:'''"Ashita Ninattara..."''' (Donkey (Kōichi Yamadera) and Diddy (Megumi Hayashibara))<br />'''"Banana Tengoku"''' (Donkey (Kōichi Yamadera) and Diddy (Megumi Hayashibara))
 
*March 10, 2004 ''Tōkyō Disneyland: Feel the Magic''
 
*March 10, 2004 ''Tōkyō Disneyland: Feel the Magic''
 
*:'''"Friend Like Me"'''
 
*:'''"Friend Like Me"'''
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Kōichi Yamadera (山寺 宏一 Yamadera Kōichi?) is a Japanese seiyū, actor, tarento, narrator, master of ceremonies

and impressionist from Shiogama, Miyagi Prefecture.[1][2][3] He graduated from Tohoku Gakuin University's economics school, and is currently affiliated with Across Entertainment. Before that, he was affiliated with the Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society.[1]

His nickname is Yama-chan (山ちゃん Yama-chan?).[1] As a radio personality, he is known as Bazooka Yamadera (バズーカ山寺 Bazūka Yamadera?)[1] among other things. He is best known for his roles in Cowboy Bebop (as Spike Spiegel), Kaiketsu Zorori (as Zorori), Ghost in the Shell (as Togusa), Neon Genesis Evangelion (as Ryōji Kaji), Soreike! Anpanman (as Cheese), the Yatterman remake (as the Yatter-Mechas) and Ranma ½ (as Ryōga Hibiki/P-chan and the Jusenkyō Guide).[4] He is known for voicing Jim Carrey and Eddie Murphy in the Japanese language releases of their respective films.[5]

History

He was the manager of the Tagajō Senior High School basketball team before he made a name for himself. His voice-acting debut was the OVA Megazone 23 as the motorcycle-riding Shinji Nakagawa,[5] while his television debut was the anime Bosco Adventure as the cowardly Otter. Yamadera's break-out role as a seiyū was the anime Ranma ½, in which he played the dual role of Hibiki Ryōga and the Jusenkyō Guide. In 1991, Yamadera joined forces with Toshihiko Seki and Noriko Hidaka to form the acting unit Banana Fritters (バナナフリッターズ Banana Furittāsu?), which disbanded in 1995. On the October of 1997, Yamadera became a host on the TV Tokyo children's variety show Oha Suta.[5] Yamadera married fellow seiyū Mika Kanai in 1994 and they stayed married for twelve years until divorcing on the spring of 2006[2] (though the divorce wasn't made public until late 2007).[6][7] Kanai is said to have kept their 4-story house, while Yamadera lives in an apartment in Tokyo.[4]

Career

  • He has appeared in numerous anime alongside Megumi Hayashibara, who had roles in Neon Genesis Evangelion (Rei Ayanami, Yui Ikari), Wataru (Himiko Shinobibe), Ranma ½ (Ranma Saotome (female)), Donkey Kong Country (Diddy Kong), and Cowboy Bebop (Faye Valentine).
  • He has appeared in every Pokémon film thus far, playing a different role each time. However, he rarely stars in the television series itself. Coincidentally, Megumi Hayashibara has also appeared in every Pokémon movie as Musashi (Jessie).
  • He, alongside dancer Hisako Ōshima, was the champion of the second season of Shall We Dance?, the Japanese version of Dancing with the Stars.
  • He was considered for the role of Sheriff Woody in the Japanese dub of Toy Story before Toshiaki Karasawa (Minna no Ie) was cast.
  • Because of his wide vocal range, he is sometimes known as The Man Who Has the Voice of Seven Colors (七色の声を持つ男 Shichishoku no Koe wo Motsu Otoko?), often playing characters who are cool, heroic, or comedic.
  • He took over much of the ongoing roles of Kei Tomiyama after his death in 1995.
  • He has dubbed over numerous Disney roles, including Donald Duck, Beast, Genie, Mushu, Stitch, and Sebastian. He is also known for dubbing over a number of live-action actors, including Eddie Murphy, Stephen Chow, Jim Carrey, Robin Williams, Brad Pitt, and Jean-Claude Van Damme.
  • He later received the Kei Tomiyama Award in the Third Seiyū Awards.[8]
  • Yamadera's also known for his verstaile range, as shown in the video game Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony where he voiced all five Monokubs, including Monophanie, marking her as Yamadera's first and only female role. According to Danganronpa V3 official blog, Yamadera is the first person it comes to mind when you think of “the same person voicing multiple characters at the same time”. No one has as much “multiple characters” experience as him and no one has that same high quality in making themselves sound like completely different people. He took the individual quirks of each Monokuma Kubs and made all of them unique.

Roles

Major roles in bold

Television animation

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1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1995

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

  • Meitantei Conan (Masateru Hira (episode 449))
  • Oh! Edo Rocket (Ginjirō the Locksmith)

2008

2009

Sources:[2][9][10]

OVA

Sources:[2][10]

Theater animation

1986

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

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2001

2002

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2005

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2007

2008

2009

2010

Sources:[2][3][5][9][10][11][12]

Web animation

Video games

Sources:[2][10]

Dubbing roles

Television dramas

Animation

Other

Sources:[2][10]

Television drama

Sources:[3]

Live-action films

Sources:[1][2][11][12]

Tokusatsu

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Variety shows

Sources:[1][2][3][13]

Radio

CDs

Drama CDs

Singles

  • GLORY DAYS (1992)
  • Tsukareta (1996)
  • Jabba Jabba Morning/OHA OHA Starter (with Raymond, 1998)
  • Tensai Bakabon no Kuku ha Korediinoda!! (1999)
  • Utau (2000)
  • Hustle (Kaiketsu Zorori, 2004)
  • Ajyapā (with Rikako Aikawa and Motoko Kumai, 2005)

Other

  • December 17, 1993 Aladdin Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Japanese Version)
    "Friend Like Me"
    "Ali Ōji no Tōri"
  • March 18, 2000 Ashita Ninattara... (Donkey Kong Country opening and ending)
    "Ashita Ninattara..." (Donkey (Kōichi Yamadera) and Diddy (Megumi Hayashibara))
    "Banana Tengoku" (Donkey (Kōichi Yamadera) and Diddy (Megumi Hayashibara))
  • March 10, 2004 Tōkyō Disneyland: Feel the Magic
    "Friend Like Me"
    "Hitoribocchi no Bansankai"
  • March 24, 2004 Hustle (Kaiketsu Zorori opening)
    Hustle
  • January 25, 2006 Kingdom Hearts II Original Soundtrack
    "Swim This Way" (Disc 2, Track 3)
    "Under the Sea" (Disc 2, Track 5)
    "A New Day is Dawning" (Disc 2, Track 7)

Sources:[2][10]

Commercials

Sources:[1][10]

Other

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 "山寺 宏一". Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society. Retrieved 2008-02-22. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 "Kouichi YAMADERA". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2008-02-22. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "山寺宏一 PROFILE". Oricon. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 Alicia Keys Plays Free Show in Tokyo, Japan Entertainment News - November 30, 2007
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 "山寺宏一". Yahoo!映画. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  6. "かないみか、山寺宏一との離婚ノーコメント". ZakZak. 2007-12-17. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  7. "山寺宏一ドッキリ…離婚?「大丈夫」". Daily Sports Online. 2007-12-15. Archived from the original on 2007-12-16. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  8. "3rd Annual Seiyū Award Winners Officially Announced (Updated) - Anime News Network". Anime News Network. 2009-03-07. Retrieved 2009-03-11. 
  9. 9.0 9.1 "山寺宏一のプロフィール". Talent Schedule. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 涌井 貴之 (Waqui Takayuki) (2004-05-23). "山寺 宏一 (Yamadera Kouichi)". Seiyuu Database WWW version. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  11. 11.0 11.1 "山寺宏一". goo 映画. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  12. 12.0 12.1 "山寺宏一". Japanese Movie Database. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 
  13. "おはスタ やまちゃん大解剖". Shogakukan Productions. Retrieved 2008-02-23. 

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