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Hiroaki Hirata

Hiroaki Hirata


Sometimes Credited As: 平田広明
Date of Birth: 07 August 1963
Birthplace: Tokyo, Japan

voiceography
VOICEOGRAPHY
Title Character Episode / Addl. Info
Air Gear (2006, Anime Series) Yasuyoshi Sano (Japanese)
Another (2012, Anime Series) Tatsuji Chibiki (Japanese)
Black Lagoon (2006, Anime Series) Benny (Japanese)
BLOOD+ ONE NIGHT KISS (2006, Video Game) Junzou Murakami (Japanese)
CANAAN (2009, Anime Series) Santana (Japanese)
Catherine (2011, Video Game) Orlando Haddick (Japanese)
Claymore (2007, Anime Series) Rubel (Japanese)
Detective Conan (1996, Anime Series) Tadahiko Michiwaki (Japanese) (Episodes 153-154)
Detective Conan: The Phantom of Baker Street (2002, Anime Film) Tadaaki Kashimura (Japanese)
Digimon Adventure (1999, Anime Series) Gennai (young) (Japanese)
  Hiroaki Ishida (Japanese)
  Leomon (Japanese)
  Narrator (Japanese)
Digimon Adventure (2013, Video Game) Hiroaki Ishida (Japanese)
  Leomon (Japanese)
  Narrator (Japanese)
Digimon Adventure 02 (2000, Anime Series) Hiroaki Ishida (Japanese)
  Michel (Japanese) (Episode 41)
  Narrator (Japanese)
  Snimon (Japanese) (Episode 42)
  Takeru Takaishi (Adult) (Japanese) (Episode 50)
Digimon Adventure: Character Songs + Mini-Drama CD 2 (1999, Drama Album Recording) Narrator (Japanese)
Digimon Tamers (2001, Anime Series) Leomon (Japanese)
Digimon Xros Wars (2010, Anime Series) Matadormon (Japanese) "Sweet Zone Bake-Off," "Battle in the Digital Depths"
Digital Monster X-Evolution (2005, Anime Film) Leomon (Japanese)
Elfen Lied (2004, Anime Series) Professor Kakuzawa Yu (Japanese)
Fantastic Children (2004, Anime Series) Orphanage Director (Japanese)
Friends (1994, Live Action Series) Joey Tribbiani (Japanese)
From the New World (2012, Anime Series) Kiromaru (Japanese)
Hellsing Ultimate (2006, Anime OVA Series) Pip Bernadotte (Japanese)
InuYasha (2000, Anime Series) Suikotsu (Japanese)
Kekkaishi (2006, Anime Series) Kaguro (Japanese)
Kingdom Hearts II (2005, Video Game) Captain Jack Sparrow (Japanese)
Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms (2018, Anime Film) Baro
Marvel Anime: Iron Man (2010, Anime Series) Ho Yinsen (Japanese)
Monster (2004, Anime Series) Jaromir Lipsky (Japanese)
  Lipsky (Japanese) (Episode 69)
Moon (2009, Live Action Film) Sam Bell (Japanese)
Naruto (2002, Anime Series) Genma Shiranui (Japanese)
Night Raid 1931 (2010, Anime Series) Isao Takachiho (Japanese)
One Piece (1999, Anime Series) Sanji (Japanese)
One Piece: Adventure on Nejimaki Island (2001, Anime Film) Sanji (Japanese)
One Piece: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island (2005, Anime Film) Sanji (Japanese)
One Piece: Chinjou Shima no Chopper Oukoku (2002, Anime Film) Sanji (Japanese)
One Piece: Dead End Adventure (2003, Anime Film) Sanji (Japanese)
One Piece: Episode of Chopper + Fuyu ni Saku, Kiseki no Sakura (2008, Anime Film) Sanji (Japanese)
One Piece: Karakuri Shiro no Mecha Kyohei (2006, Anime Film) Sanji (Japanese)
One Piece: Norowareta Seiken (2004, Anime Film) Sanji (Japanese)
One Piece: The Desert Princess and The Pirates: Adventure in Alabasta (2007, Anime Film) Karu (Japanese)
  Sanji (Japanese)
Soul Eater (Vol. 1): Special Social Studies Field Trip (2005, Drama Album Recording) Death Scythe (Japanese)
Space Brothers (2012, Anime Series) Mutta Nanba (Japanese)
Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage (1999, Video Game) Hunter the Cheetah (Japanese)
Strait Jacket (2007, Anime OVA Series) Falk (Japanese)
Sword Art Online (2012, Anime Series) Klein (Japanese)
Tetsujin 28th (2004, Anime Series) Kagero Arimoto/Black Mask (Japanese) (Episode 14)
Tiger & Bunny (2011, Anime Series) Kotetsu T. Kaburagi / Wild Tiger (Japanese)

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