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Encyclopedia > Ishida Akira

Akira Ishida (石田 彰 Ishida Akira, born November 2, 1967) is a male seiyū born in Aichi.

As of 2001, he works for Ezaki Productions. Ishida is known in American anime fandoms for playing some very famous oddly effeminate male characters (including Fish Eye, Kaworu Nagisa, and Xellos) roles typically given to female seiyū.

  • Blood type: O

Notable voice roles

Akira Ishida is also a character in the anime: Mai-HiME

External links

  • http://www.animenfo.com/animeseiyuu,141,tdymtz,ishida_akira.html

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Akira Ishida is a great voice actor whom many people know in Japan.
In some of his signature roles (such as Xellos in Slayers and Hakkai in Saiyuki) he plays very charismatic characters with tremendous abilities who nevertheless prefer to remain in the background, deflecting attention from themselves to the other lead characters.
Akira Ishida is a big fan of motorcycles.
YouTube - Akira Ishida - Knight of Midnight (482 words)
Awesome since Akira's voice is hot but this song with Gaara kinda disturbs me....O.o
The song is from Gensoumaden Saiyuki, where Akira Ishida-san plays Cho Hakkai.
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