Takehito Koyasu

According to the Anime News Network, as of December 2008, Koyasu is the most prolific seiyū in Japan with voice acting roles in 365 anime series. He is also part of the seiyū quartet Weiss consisting of Weiss Kreuz voice castmates Shinichiro Miki, Tomokazu Seki, and Yuuki Hiro. He used to work for Production Baobab but is now the head of T's Factory, a seiyuu company he founded in 1998.

Koyasu is known for his deep, smooth voice, which often lands him in roles that are either villains or lonely bishōnen. Recently, though (as in the cases of Mitsurugi Hanagata from Saber Marionette J, Ryo Kuroyanagi from Yakitate!! Japan, Bobobo-Bo-Bobobo, and Kei Itoshiki from Zoku Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei) he has been voicing more and more lively/humorous characters. According to Hisaya Nakajo, the mangaka of the series Hana-Kimi, the character of Masao Himejima was designed with Koyasu's voice in mind; the seiyū ended up voicing this character in the series' drama CDs.

Koyasu is also the creator of the Weiß series, and has authored the manga Weiß Side B. In creating Weiß Kreuz, Koyasu was inspired by an old Japanese series called Sure Death.

Koyasu often voices under the pseudonym Hayato Jumonji, especially in H anime.

He also narrates promotional videos and pre-flight safety videos for StarFlyer.

Blood type: A
Height: 175 cm
Weight: 60 kg
Bust-Waist-Hip: 83-65-93 cm

Favourites:
Beverages: milk, brandy
Colours: black, white, blue
Country: Egypt
Animal: Giraffe
Brands of clothing: Fila, Donna Karan, Van, Ships
Date spot: the sea
Music group: L'arc~en~Ciel
TV show: "trendy" dramas
Flower: yellow rose
Foods: ebi, tofu, men's pocky
Idol: Mita Hiroko
Season: autumn

Hobbies:
Snowboarding
Video Games
Writing

Skills & Abilities:
Baseball
Designing signatures
E Rank Driver
Jump rope
Photography

Known For

Credits

Cast Credits

Grimoire of Zero (2017)
Starring as Thirteen
18if (2017)
Starring as Katsumi Kanzaki
Renai Boukun (2017)
Starring as The Devil
Elegant Yokai Apartment Life (2017)
Starring as Fool
Overlord (2015)
Starring as Luin, Nigun Grid
Starmyu (2015)
Starring as Haruto Tsukigami
Ansatsu Kyoushitsu (2015)
Starring as Gastro
Dragonar Academy (2014)
Starring as Milgaus
Mysterious Joker (2014)
Starring as Dr. Neo
Sidonia no Kishi (2014)
Starring as Ochiai
Nisekoi (2014)
Starring as Claude
Mekaku City Actors (2014)
Starring as Tsukihiko
Inari Kon Kon (2014)
Starring as Soul God Ootoshi
Magic Kaito 1412 (2014)
Starring as Alan Cartier
Date a Live (2013)
Starring as Kannazuki, Kyouhei
Natsuiro Kiseki (2012)
Starring as Rinko's Father
Sword Art Online (2012)
Guest starring as Nobuyuki Sugou (3 episodes)
Brave 10 (2012)
Starring as Date Masamune
Level E (2011)
Starring as Kraft
Mirai Nikki (2011)
Starring as Kurou Amano
The IDOLM@STER (2011)
Starring as Takao Kuroi
Occult Academy (2010)
Starring as JK
Arakawa Under the Bridge (2010)
Starring as Sister
Princess Jellyfish (2010)
Starring as Hanamori-san
Bakuman (2010)
Starring as Yoshida Kouji
Chrome Shelled Regios (2009)
Starring as Karian Loss
Monogatari Series (2009)
Starring as Tadatsuru Teori
Princess Lover (2009)
Starring as van Hossen, Vincent
Rosario + Vampire (2008)
Starring as Koumori, Nazo
Tales of the Abyss (2008)
Starring as Jade Curtis
To-Love-Ru (2008)
Starring as Zastin
Myself; Yourself (2007)
Starring as Shusuke Wakatsuki
Baccano! (2007)
Starring as Gandor Luck
Seto no Hanayome (2007)
Starring as Shark Fujishiro
Spider Riders (2006)
Starring as Igneous
Demonbane (2006)
Starring as Winfield
Hellsing Ultimate (2006)
Guest starring as Luke Valentine (2 episodes)
Speed Grapher (2005)
Starring as Katsuya Shirogane
Yakitate!! Japan (2004)
Starring as Ryou Kuroyanagi
Kaleido Star (2003)
Starring as Fool
Gunslinger Girl (2003)
Starring as Jean (Season 2)
The Galaxy Railways (2003)
Starring as Bruce J. Speed
Planetes (2003)
Starring as Yuri Mihairokoh
Juuni Kokuki (2002)
Starring as Keiki
GetBackers (2002)
Starring as Jubei Kakei
Starring as Jubei Kakei
Gate Keepers (2000)
Starring as Banba Choutarou
Argento Soma (2000)
Starring as Dan Simmonds
Turn a Gundam (1999)
Starring as Gym Ghingham
Betterman (1999)
Starring as Betterman Lamia
Fushigi Yuugi (1995)
Starring as Hotohori
Tanoshii Moomin Ikka (1990)
Starring as Snufkin
Saint Seiya (1986)
Starring as Wyvern Rhadamanthys