One of Japan’s leading video-on-demand (VOD) services, TVer, featured the voice actor Kenjiro Tsuda in the Jonetsu Tairiku broadcast on December 10. The exclusive feature episode highlights Tsuda, providing a closer look into his different endeavors this year, even outside his voice-acting career. Never-before-seen footage of Kenjiro Tsuda dubbing in Jujutsu Kaisen was also revealed in the broadcast.
Kenjiro Tsuda is a 52-year-old Japanese voice actor who made his voice acting debut in 1995 as Atsushi Noda in H2. Throughout his extensive career, Kenjiro Tsuda became widely known for lending his iconic voice to characters like Seto Kaiba from Yu-Gi-Oh!, Nicolas Brown from Gangsta, Mikoto Suou from K, Hyakunosuke Ogata from Golden Kamuy, and many more. One of his most notable roles, Nanami Kento from the popular anime Jujutsu Kaisen, has become a prominent subject of discussion lately, due to the important role he plays in the second season of the series.
Despite being widely recognized as a voice actor, Tsuda’s appearance in the TV program showcased not only his passionate voice work but also his pursuits outside his voice-acting career. In addition to voicing multiple significant roles this year, Tsuda also took part in five dramas and two movies, leading to his appearance on the red carpet of the Tokyo International Film Festival.
Tsuda also released his photobook “Whisper” this year, where he expressed in the broadcast that he is “embarrassed” because he is not an “idol,” yet the sales of his photobook were so impressive that the reprint was decided less than a month after its initial release.
Watch Kenjiro Tsuda’s performance in breathing life into Kento Nanami as he marched towards his on-screen demise, and more of his other work activities! The episode is only available in TVer’s archive until 22:59 on December 17.
Source: Official Website
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