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Toshiyuki Morikawa, born in 1967, is one of the seiyuus who has been around since the old days, and currently still lends his voice to the job. He has quite a huge fanbase too (due in part to being one of the more attractive seiyuu around). He is also the current voice of Sephiroth and attended the same voice acting class with Kotono Mitsuishi. His voice range is versatile, ranging from calm and cool characters to Hot-Blooded young men to psychopathically cold villains. From Badass to Bishonen, he does them all just fine. Regardless of morality, if the character is a White-Haired Pretty Boy, there's a good chance he's voicing them.

Best buds with Nobuyuki Hiyama, went as far as spreading a "Hiyama abandoned me!" mass phone call to other collegues while drunk once (when all Hiyama did was to send this guy a 20-minute taxi ride home by himself), he is also good friends with fellow seiyuu Fumihiko Tachiki and has a lot of co-workings with Nobutoshi Canna and Nozomu Sasaki.

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Notable roles by Toshiyuki Morikawa:

He is also quite popular in Western movie-to-Japanese dubbing industry, being the dub voice of Obi Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) of Star Wars, Ennis del Mar (Heath Ledger) in Brokeback Mountain, and Neo in The Matrix (whoa). The Other Wiki states that he has been the dub voices of many leading roles in western movies when it is dubbed to Japan. He also has quite some role in the Western dubbing of Spider-Man. He is the dub voice of Spidey himself in the 1994's animated series, and in the third movie, he is Venom (Topher Grace).

I should've filled those roles with LIIIIIIGGGHHHHTT--- *bzzt!* Aw man! That's the 100th microphone broken already!

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