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Chō Denji Robo Combattler V (TV) as Malik
Dangaioh (OAV) as Tahsan
Hoero! Bun Bun (TV) as Zio Nora
Magical Girl Pretty Sammy (OAV) as Preside Miura
Magical Project S (TV) as Comandante (ep 17); Genjuro (ep 10); Preside Miura
Ranma ½ (TV) as Gindo (CRC dub; eps 51-161); Preside Kocho (CRC dub; eps 51-161)
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