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News Anime Expo Hosts Toshio Furukawa
posted on 2011-06-17 14:49 EDT
Anime Expo announced that it will host veteran voice actor Toshio Furukawa, who provided the Japanese voices of Ataru Moroboshi in Urusei Yatsura and Piccolo in Dragon Ball, as well as Shin in Fist of the North Star. He will attend this year's July 1-4 event at the Los Angeles Convention Center in California.
Furukawa's other roles include Tarou in Dr. Slump, the titular hero in Crying Freeman and Asuma Shinohra in the Patlabor series and films. He also took over the role of Lupin III in one film, Lupin III: The Fuma Conspiracy.
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