If you’re wondering who the attractive voice behind Levi Ackerman is, you’ve come to the correct place. Hiroshi Kamiya is the man in question. On January 28, 1975, he was born. He is a voice actor, singer, and storyteller for Aoni Productions. He was selected for voice acting for the first time in Aoni Juku. Since then, he has been contracted to Aoni Production since 1994. Kamiya Hiroshi has been Kamiya Hiroshi’s host. Ono Daisuke no DearGirl: Ono Daisuke stories from April 2007. MasochistiC Ono BanD (MOB) made his Nippon Budoukan debut in 2013 as part of the DearGirl: Stories Festival Carnival Matsuri.
His voice acting has garnered several honors, beginning with the Best Supporting Actor award at the 2nd Seiyuu Awards in 2008. He received the Best Actor and Best Best Personality trophies at the 2009 Seiyuu Awards. He earned the Best Voice Actor Award at the Tokyo Anime Awards in 2010. Later, at the 6th Seiyuu Prizes (2012), 7th Seiyuu Awards (2013), 8th Seiyuu Awards (2014), 9th Seiyuu Awards (2015), and 10th Seiyuu Awards, he won consecutive awards for Most voter award, Most votes award, Best Personality and most votes award, and Most votes award winner. His roles in numerous anime garnered him five straight Seiyuu Awards and admission into the Seiyuu Awards Hall of Fame.
Hiroshi Kamiya’s role has earned him multiple awards, as discussed above. This article will discuss a few of his voice acting roles, which have gained him immense popularity.
Attack on Titan (2013) – Levi Ackerman
Levi Ackerman, often known as Captain Levi, is the squad captain of the Survey Corps’ Special Operations Squad and is generally regarded as humanity’s strongest soldier. He is considered a “clean freak” by people who know him intimately due to his early childhood years since he loves his surroundings and himself to be spotlessly clean. Also, he dislikes getting his hands or weapons dirty and has been seen to clean away from his blood-splattered blades while still on the battlefield. He will, however, not hesitate to touch dirt if he believes it is required.
Levi demonstrates his cleaning mania. However, he is not very personable. He seldom displays emotion, creating the appearance that he is frigid to others. His tone of voice is typically harsh, even offensive, and his remarks are often crude or improper. Levi’s character is also has a very fearless side who is not afraid to offend people. His sense of humor leans toward the crude, offensive, and sinister. Many people find him disturbing as a result of all of this.
One Piece (2002) – Trafalgar D. Water Law
Trafalgar D. Water Law, alias Trafalgar Law, is a North Blue pirate and the captain and doctor of the Heart Pirates. He is one of the “Worst Generation” of pirates. He was one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea until being demoted for allying with the Straw Hat Pirates. Like many other pirates, Law wants to find the One Piece and decipher the Will of D.
Trafalgar is the only known survivor of the Amber Lead Syndrome-affected hamlet of Flevance. In the Donquixote Pirates, Law was an executive officer under Donquixote Doflamingo. In the end, Law was freed from the Donquixote Pirates’ influence and changed into a pirate determined to bring down Doflamingo’s empire.
Bungo Stray Dogs (2016) – Edogawa Ranpo
Ranpo Edogawa is a cop. People call him the “best investigator in the world” despite his lack of ability. Ranpo’s “ability” to answer any puzzle in seconds has been used many times. The Armed Detective Agency admires his brilliance, despite his lack of ability. I’m sure he’d want to be the world’s best investigator. For reasons of sloth or spite, Ranpo is presented as a childish figure who taunts the other investigators in the Agency.
Ranpo can’t take the train or find his way home without Super Deduction. Ranpo’s sincere concern for his teammates. Regardless, Ranpo can be severe and quiet when required. Atsushi Nakajima had never seen Ranpo act solemnly while debating how to protect the virus-infected Fukuzawa. Ranpo’s intense concern for the President was known to Yosano.
Angel Beats! (2010)- Yuzuru Otonashi
The main character of Angel Beats!, Yuzuru Otonashi, is new to the SSS and the Afterlife. He is killed in a vehicle accident and awakens in the Afterlife with no knowledge of what happened. To recover his memories, he joins the SSS and the Afterlife Battlefront, a group of students known as the Afterlife Battlefront, and a mysterious girl known as “Angel.” He single-handedly changed the trajectory of the fight by interfering with “Angel,” in addition to influencing the SSS’s principles.
In middle school, Otonashi despised school and his classmates. Being alone and playing video games was more important than studying or finding new acquaintances. However, he changed when his sister died. His sister’s death made him feel more accountable. Therefore, he worked hard to become a doctor to help others like his sister. He grew up to be well-educated and kind. He even gave up part of his water. Before he died, he signed a donor card, vowing to donate all of his organs. He maintained the same demeanor before he died, although he was often bewildered by the battlefront’s antics. Otonashi’s personality in the Visual Novel may alter based on the player’s decisions.
Durarara!! (2010) – Izaya Orihara
Izaya Orihara is a talented and robust underground information broker. He frequently shares information for his amusement, and he professes to adore the whole human species, except Shizuo Heiwajima. He is one of the primary villains in Durarara!!, as well as one of the founders of Amphisbaena and Heaven’s Slave and a Dollars member. Izaya professes to love humanity, yet his notion of “love” is very different from what one would expect. He appreciates humans’ unpredictability, and he enjoys placing individuals in delightful or chaotic circumstances to study their responses.
He can identify people’s thoughts and forecast their behaviors accurately since he has a solid grasp of human behavior and patterns. Izaya is astute and charismatic, but his manipulative personality prevents him from forming meaningful or long-lasting ties with people. He has a pleasant and sarcastic disposition, conversing with most people casually as close friends and often utilizing nicknames. He even speaks like a lady occasionally, especially when he’s pretending to be feminine online. During confrontations, he takes sides on both sides so that whoever wins has an advantage.
Noragami (2014) – Yato
Yato, also known as Yoboku, is one of Noragami’s three central characters. An unknown deity who sees himself as a God of Fortune. He was sometimes called the God of Misfortune. Yato’s ambition is to become a renowned deity. Yato’s conduct may be naughty, crass, and unexpected. He has a poor tolerance for things he desires, creating unhappiness in others around him. He might also be childish and gullible. Yato frequently fantasizes about becoming a wealthy God with many devotees and shrine maidens at his disposal. Money is significant to Yato.
Prison School (2015) – Kiyoshi Fujino
Kiyoshi Fujino, also known as Kiyoshi, is the protagonist of Prison School and one of five first-year guys in the all-girls school Hachimitsu Academy. He had a crush on Chiyo Kurihara, but he is also the object of adoration for Hana Midorikawa, and it is indicated that he has affection for her. Kiyoshi is a calm man who seems to have a strong determination under duress. Unlike the other lads, he does not allow his impulses to get the best of him, and he is the group’s most reasonable member.
He is determined, yet he lacks the other lads’ obstinate perversion. Kiyoshi develops a profound love for Chiyo. This love drives the majority of his actions throughout the series, as he plots breakouts, sacrifices his first kiss, and goes to extraordinary measures to remain in the same school with her to continue their relationship. Kiyoshi may be blind to his selfishness at times, as seen by his intention to utilize the money he received from others to purchase things for his purpose.
Fruits Basket: The Final (2020) – God
Akito Sohma is the series’ antagonist. Ren and Akira Sohma’s only child. Akito is the Sohma family’s “God” and represents the Chinese Zodiac. Akito is characterized as a violent and abusive character who has left many Sohmas traumatized. To comfort Akito, Akira unwittingly brainwashed her into believing she was “special” and adored by the Zodiacs no matter what she did. Despite her hate for Tohru Honda for “breaking apart her links with the Zodiacs”, Akito realizes that she has injured herself as much as the others by hanging onto the relationship and joins Tohru in breaking the curse.
Akito was a wonderful, kind, spoiled, and sweet girl. Akito longed for attention and would ask everyone in the family whether they loved her. Contrary to her appearance, Akito has severely mistreated several Zodiac members. She is portrayed as a very arrogant, manipulative, selfish, immature, furious, and vicious young lady who may be quiet one minute and scream the next.
My Hero Academia (2016) – Kojiro Bondo
Kojiro Bondo is a Pro Hero student in Class 1-B at U.A. High School. Koji Koda from Class 1-A, Kojiro is a “shrinking violet” concerning his peers. Despite his stammering while chatting with his teammates during the Joint Training Arc, Kojiro seems to be a laid-back person who gets along well with his peers, even the introverted Yui Kodai.
Natsume’s Book of Friends (2008) – Takashi Natsume
Takashi Natsume and his self-proclaimed bodyguard, Nyanko-Sensei, are the primary protagonists of Natsume’s Book of Friends. He has tremendous spiritual strength that permits him to perceive Youkai. Other than that, he made it his duty after acquiring the Book of Friends from his late grandmother to restore all of the names in the book to their rightful owners.
Takashi is a friendly boy to both humans and youkai, to the extent that he is easily duped by both, as Tsubame mentions. Before the start of the series, he was shy and soft-spoken due to his traumatic history, and he used to despise possessing the ability to see youkai because of the suffering it had caused him. Because of his guarded demeanor, he has had difficulty socializing with other people. Takashi gradually opens out to humans and youkai alike. He does, however, experience minor trauma from his background on occasion, generally in a dream or when he witnesses humans (mainly exorcists) behaving despicably.
Bakemonogatari (2009) – Koyomi Araragi
Koyomi Araragi is the primary protagonist and narrator of the Monogatari series. He is a third-year high school student who survived a vampire assault over spring break and has just recently regained his human life. He has now been associated with Shinobu Oshino, the vampire who attacked him and gave her his blood. As a result, he is still not human, and some vampire characteristics, such as regeneration, persist.
Hear Koyomi’s voice in all First and Final Season arcs, two from Second, four from Off, and three from Monster Season. Koyomi is a chill person. In high school, he was reasonably asocial, believing that making friends would “reduce his integrity as a person” owing to an unpleasant first-year experience. In Koyomi Vamp, he characterizes it as the fear of being near people. He believes in fairness and does not want to be a member of the “majority rule.” Regardless, both interpretations promote isolation and the belief that he would be stronger alone.
Blue Exorcist (2011) – Mephisto Pheles
Mephisto Pheles, actual name Samael, is an Exorcist and the second most powerful of the Eight Demon Kings; he is known as the King of Time. In public, he goes by Johann Faust V and is the Principal of True Cross Academy. Following Shiro Fujimoto’s death, Mephisto decides to enroll Rin at True Cross Academy. Mephisto’s intrinsic ability to behave as if he knows more than he lets on is swiftly revealed. He is a chess player, precise, and always one step ahead. He adores chaos, calling himself a hell-raiser, and Assiah his playground.
Memphisto enjoys watching the building turmoil surrounding Rin and his pals, but he doesn’t want any of his pupils dead. He ‘likes’ people. When Mephisto first meets Amaimon, it’s hinted he’s working for Satan and teaching Rin on his instructions. He loves to bet with Fujimoto, Rin, and the True Cross Order. He is represented as a guy with more money than wisdom yet is incredibly frugal when it comes to spending on others. Like his brother, he enjoys sweets and is an otaku, a fan of Japanese pop culture.
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works(2014) – Shinji Matō
Shinji Matou is the acting Master of Rider in the fifth Fate /stay night. Due to his incapacity to perform magecraft, he employs Sakura Matou’s Servant. He’s known Shirou Emiya for a long time. He has a thing for Rin Tohsaka, but she doesn’t reciprocate his feelings.
Shinji is cocky and reckless. He thought he was unique when he found the Matou, a magical clan, and devoted himself to becoming one, only to realize they were a fallen clan. Despite his selfishness and contempt for others, he has some redeeming characteristics. And he despises inequity.
The Seven Deadly Sins (2014) – Helbram (Fairy form)
King’s best pal Helbram joins the Holy Knights as a human after being corrupted and turned against his companion. His spirit remained in his old helmet after his death, enabling King to interact with him until he was crushed during a sacrifice.
The human face may lead one to believe Helbram is a severe character, but unless in a dire situation, he is usually entertaining, even while battling. Helbram was a flirt, calling each girl he encountered a “cutie-pie”. For King’s sake, Helbram attempted to murder Diane to show he’s just like the other Holy Knights. Helbram is likewise cocky, thinking the Sacred Tree favors him more than King.
Beyblade (2001) – Sanguinex
Sanguinex is Lupinex’s elder brother and the unofficial commander of the Dark Bladers. Sanguinex is usually relatively quiet, but ever since Robert overpowered him, he has harbored a profound hatred for him and the rest of the Majestics. Surprisingly, he possesses infinite patience while dealing with his younger brother and is generally the one to soothe Lupinex’s worries.
In general, he is courteous and well-mannered yet menacing and unsettling. He only loses his cool when he loses a match, when he thinks about Robert, or when others refuse to let him complete his statements. Sanguinex also seems to change with his cloak, as shown when he meets Tyson in the corridor in Olympia Challenge, whether the other Dark Bladers have the same ability is unclear but quite probable.
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