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Alice in Wonderland (TV) (Spain dub)
Captain Tsubasa: Road to 2002 (TV) as González (Spain dub)
Pokemon 2000 - The Movie as Lawrence III (Spain dub)
Pokemon 3 - The Movie as Meowth (Spain dub)
Pokemon: Mewtwo Returns (special) as Meowth (Spain dub)
Sailor Moon (TV) as Artemis (Spain dub); Camilo Umino (Spain dub); Fernando Kumada (Spain dub); Ramiro (Nephrite) (Spain dub)
Sailor Moon R (TV) as Artemis (Spain dub); Camilo Umino (Spain dub); Prince Demand (Spain dub)
Sailor Moon S (TV) as Armando Chiba/Tuxedo Mask (Spain dub); Artemis (Spain dub); Camilo Umino (Spain dub); Señor Katakuri (Spain Dub)
Sailor Moon SuperS (TV) as Armando Chiba/Tuxedo Mask (Spain dub); Artemis (Spain dub); Pierrot el mago (Spain Dub); Saltador (Tobikiri; Spain Dub); Umino Gurio (Spain dub)
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