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Michael DOBSON

Also known as:
Michael Richard Dobson
Date of birth: 1966-08-12
Hometown: London, England (birthplace)
Web Diary / Blog:
Non-anime roles:
Absorbing Man in "Marvel Super Hero Adventures" (TV miniseries)
Announcer in "Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit" (VG, 1998, as Michael R. Dobson)
Announcer in "Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed" (VG, 2000, as Michael R. Dobson)
Batman in "Batman: Black and White" (Motion Comic Book)
Bert Susten in "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (VG, 2003)
Big Ears in "Make Way for Noddy" (TV series, 2001)
Bill in "Road Rage" (TV, 1999, as Michael Richard Dobson)
Bulk Biceps (second voice) in "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic"
Bulldog in "Krypto the Superdog"
Burly Villager in "Barbie of Swan Lake" (OAV, 2003)
Cabby in "Midtown Madness" (VG, 1999)
Caliban in "X-Men: Evolution"
Chi in "Warriors of Virtue" (1997, uncredited)
Clive Hedgemorton-Smythe in "Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action!" (TV series, 2001, as Michael Richard Dobson)
Coast Guard in "Free Willy 3: The Rescue" (1997, uncredited)
Cobra Commander in "G.I. Joe: Valor Vs. Venom" (OAV, 2004)
Cobra Commander in "G.I.Joe: Spy Troops the Movie" (TV, 2003)
Construction Foreman in "In the Doghouse" (TV, 1998)
Cop #1 in "Road Rage" (TV, 1999, as Michael Richard Dobson)
Desmond 'Grinder' Sinclair in "Action Man" (TV series, 2000)
Dorado in "Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll" (VG)
Dr. Belling in "The Miracle of the Cards" (TV, 2001)
Dr. Caballeron in "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic"
Dr. Niles Van Rockel and Johnny Ohm in "Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects" (VG)
Erasmus in "Barbie of Swan Lake" (OAV, 2003)
FBI Utility Worker in "My Brother's Keeper" (TV, 2002)
Frank in "Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance" (2001)
Gadem in "Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space" (VG, 2003)
Geirmarr in "Thor: Tales of Asgard"
General Revil in "Dynasty Warriors Gundam" (VG)
General Revil in "Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs Zeon" (VG)
Ghost in "Iron Man: Armored Adventures"
Goth in "Silverwing" (TV series, 2003)
Henken Bekkener and Master Asia in "Dynasty Warriors Gundam 3" (VG)
Hewkii in "Bionicle: Mask of Light" (OAV, 2003)
Hulk, Panda and Murphy in "Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk" (motion comic)
Jack in "Lookin' Good" (1992)
Jack's Reflection in "Lookin' Good" (1992)
Jake Rossetti in "My Husband's Secret Life" (TV, 1998)
Lee's Lawyer in "Wounded" (1997)
Leonardo in "Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation" (TV series, 1997)
Marine Ball Player in "The Comrades of Summer" (TV, 1992, uncredited)
Mitsunari Ishida in "Kessen" (VG, 2000)
Old Man Howlett, Smitty, Billy, Cowboy and Beard Guy in "Wolverine: Origin" (motion comic)
R2K in "Gadget and the Gadgetinis" (TV series, 2001)
R2K in "Inspector Gadget's Last Case: Claw's Revenge" (TV, 2002)
Ronan the Accuser in "Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes"
Sgt. Robert S. Savage in "G.I. Joe Extreme" (TV series, 1995)
Stranger on Curb in "Dreamcatcher" (2003, as Michael Richard Dobson)
Sukura in "Conan and the Young Warriors" (TV series, 1994)
Supercop in "Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit" (VG, 1998, as Michael R. Dobson)
SWAT team member #1 in "Bloodhounds II" (TV, 1996)
The Blob in "X-Men: Evolution"
The Leader in "Hulk" (VG, 2003)
Toa Kopaka in "Bionicle: Mask of Light" (OAV, 2003)
Trooper in "Johnny's Girl" (TV, 1995)
Ultron in "Lego Marvel Avengers: Time Twisted"
Ultron in "Marvel Battleworld: Mystery of the Thanostones" (TV miniseries)
Ultron in "Marvel Super Hero Adventures" (TV miniseries)
Walla Group in "Under the Skin" (VG)
Wilks in "Alien IV?" (1994)
Worker #1 in "Carpool" (1996)
1st Guard in "The Angel of Pennsylvania Avenue" (1996)
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Staff in:
(English version)
(The) Legend of the Dog Warriors: The Hakkenden (OAV) : Director
Ogre Slayer (OAV) : Director
Ranma ½ (TV) : Dialogue Director (season 3)
(The) Story of Saiunkoku (TV) : Voice Direction (eps 20-23)

Cast in:
(English version)
Arjuna (TV) as Sakurai
Ayakashi - Samurai Horror Tales (TV) as Kuhei Yamazumi (Tenshu Monogatari)
Beyblade Burst (TV) as Kento Aoi
Black Lagoon (TV) as Cartel Man 2 (ep 8); Spielberger (ep 4); Vice President (eps 1-2)
Cybersix (TV) as Lucas Amato
(The) Daichis - Earth Defence Family (TV) as Alpha 2 (ep 7); School Announcement, Newscaster
Death Note (live-action movie) as Hirokazu Ukita; Misa's Manager; Ryotaro Sakashiro
Death Note (TV) as Armonia Jastin Beyondlemason (ep 28); David Hoope (ep 27); Dreads (eps 27-29); ICPO Speaker (ep 2); Jealous; Jose (ep 29)
Death Note Relight - Visions of a God (special) as Gelus; ICPO Member; Kira Newscaster; News Anchor; Sakura TV Security Guard; Viewer; Zellogi (Shinigami)
Death Note Relight 2 - L's Successors (special) as John Skyner (SPK Member); President David Hoope; Producer
Death Note: The Last Name (live-action movie) as Dead Cop; Diet Member; Hirokazu Ukita; Kira Worshipper; Misa's Manager; Rem; Ryotaro Sakashiro; Sakura TV Representative
Demashitaa! Powerpuff Girls Z (TV) as Daddy Mackerel (ep 27); Mojo Jojo
Dog Soldier: Shadows of the Past (OAV) as Agent; Conspirator; Masami Fudou
Dokkoida?! (TV) as Federation Official; Network Executive
Dragon Ball Z (TV) as AHO Driver (Vancouver dub; ep 19); AHO Journalist (Vancouver dub; ep 16); AHO Technician B (Vancouver dub; ep 17); Arlian Prisoner 3 (Vancouver dub; ep 7); Astounded Spectator B (Vancouver dub; ep 201); Banan (Vancouver dub; ep 33); Bank Robber A (Vancouver dub; ep 185); Battle Ball Coach (Vancouver dub; ep 129); Begging Spectator B (Vancouver dub; ep 214); Blake (Vancouver dub; ep 122); Blue Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 180); Boat Jock A (Vancouver dub; ep 121); Cell Games Spectator A (Vancouver dub; ep 160); Complaining Spectator B (Vancouver dub; ep 209); CXV Reporter (Vancouver dub; ep 198); Eager Spectator (Vancouver dub; ep 199); Ed (Vancouver dub; ep 6); Emergency Bulletin Announcer A (Vancouver dub; ep 237); Eugene (Vancouver dub; ep 208); Flathead / Big Brother Roundworm (Vancouver dub; ep 259); Froug (Vancouver dub); Funhouse Guy (Vancouver dub; ep 132); Ginyu (Vancouver dub; as a frog; ep 194); Goose (Vancouver dub; ep 53); Handsome Fighter (Vancouver dub; ep 194); Helpful Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 206); Hercule Dojo Student B (Vancouver dub; ep 193); Hercule's Butler (Vancouver dub; ep 193); Incredulous Monk (Vancouver dub; ep 276); James' Opponent (Vancouver dub; junior competitor; ep 195); Jimmy Firecracker (Vancouver dub; Cell Games Announcer); Kibito Kai (Vancouver dub); King Cold (Westwood dub); King Yemma (Vancouver dub; ep 251 only); King's Captain (Vancouver dub; ep 167); Lucky Foods Employee B (Vancouver dub; ep 123); Maraikoh (Vancouver dub; ep 263); Migoren (Vancouver dub); Moai's Attendant (Vancouver dub; ep 7); Nappa (Vancouver dub); Navy Captain (Vancouver dub; ep 19); Northerner A (Vancouver dub; ep 270); Ogre Machine (Vancouver dub; ep 8); Old Man Neighbor (Vancouver dub; ep 166); Older Tournament Register (Vancouver dub; ep 193); Orange-Vested Namekian Warrior (Vancouver dub; eps 35-36); Other World Chef C (Vancouver dub; ep 183); Other World Fighter A (Vancouver dub; ep 263); Pepper Johnson (Vancouver dub; ep 6); Pleased Spectator A (Vancouver dub; ep 198); Praying Civilian C (Vancouver dub; ep 230); Raiti (Vancouver dub); Rocket Umpire (Vancouver dub; ep 6); Scientist B (Vancouver dub; eps 26-27); Senior Monk B (Vancouver dub; ep 209); Skeptical Man A (Vancouver dub; ep 269); Spopovich (Westwood dub); Supreme Kai (Westwood Dub); Ted Pinkman (Vancouver dub; ep 131); Van Zant (Vancouver dub); Waiting Fighter A (Vancouver dub; ep 196); White-Haired Toad Warrior (Vancouver dub; ep 123); White-Robed Namekian Elder (Vancouver dub; eps 34-35); White-Shirt Supporter (Vancouver dub; ep 177); World Martial Arts Tournament Announcer (Westwood dub); Wukong Doctor (Vancouver dub; eps 28, 32, 34); ZTV Representative B (Vancouver dub; ep 164)
Dragon Drive (TV) as Teacher (ep 5)
Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai (TV 2020) as Maximum, the King
Eat-Man '98 (TV) as Bartender; Detective; Dr. Samuel Aldman
Escaflowne: The Movie as Dryden
Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle (special) as Axel Hawk
Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf (special) as Ripper
A Flying Princess and a Secret Island (movie) as Daal
Future Boy Conan (TV) as Gucchi
Galaxy Angel (TV) as President; Truck Driver Boss
Galaxy Angel Z (TV) as Butler; Press Conference Reporter; Primal Being; Space Ramen Cook
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man (OAV) as Somerset; Takekawa
Gintama (TV 4/2015) as Zenzo's Father (ep 301)
Green Legend Ran (OAV)
Hamtaro (TV) as Dylan
Hikaru no Go (TV) as Mr. Shu
Human Crossing (TV) as Eiji Sasama; Futoshi's Manager (ep 9); Priest; Reporter; Yuko's Lover (ep 8)
Infinite Ryvius (TV) as Analyst; Gibson; Impulse Crewmember; Mars Fleet Commander; Newscaster; Official
Inuyasha (TV); Hoshiyomi (eps 137-140); Jinenji (eps 31, 96); Kanta's Pa (ep 143); Retainer (ep 149); Villager (eps 103, 165)
InuYasha the Movie 3: Swords of an Honorable Ruler as Saya
InuYasha: The Final Act (TV) as Flower Villager (ep 10); Hiraikotsu Demon (ep 12); Magutsuhi; Monk (ep 6); Villager (ep 16)
Jin-Roh - The Wolf Brigade (movie) as Kazuki Fuse
Key the Metal Idol (OAV) as Staff C; Toshihiko's Father
Kurozuka (TV) as Heita (ep 1); Izana; Kentoku; Soldier A (ep 10); Tomba (ep 7)
L change the WorLd (live-action movie) as Corporal; Doctor; Koichi Matsudo; Pedestrian; Security Guard
LBX (TV) as Marshall
(The) Legend of the Dog Warriors: The Hakkenden (OAV) as Bansaku Inuzuka; Daiki Mauwari; Dosetsu Inuyama; Fusahachi; Hikiroku; Kobungo Inuta; Mukusaku; Thug #1; Yoshinari Satomi
(The) Legend of the Galactic Heroes (OAV)
(The) Magic Lamp and the Moving Islands (movie) as Daal
Maison Ikkoku (TV) as Bar Man (ep 47); College Professor (ep 21); Cop (ep 94); Exam Proctor (ep 45); Floater (ep 10); Gambler (ep 26); Gunman in Movie (ep 49); Kozue's Father; Movie Watcher (ep 35)
Master Keaton (OAV) as Abbas' Second (ep 25); Nikolai (Teen; ep 27)
Master Keaton (TV) as Bounty Hunter; Conductor; Driver; Party Guest; Stephane (ep 18)
MegaMan NT Warrior (TV) as MagnetMan; Yai's Butler (eps 32, 53)
Meltylancer: The Animation (OAV) as Grianos; Oshita
Mobile Suit Gundam (TV) as Antonio Callas (Jaburo commander; ep 29); Big John (ep 8); Big Zam Operator B (ep 36); Bobsun (Zeon lieutenant; ep 7); Claustrophobic Man B (ep 10); Concerned Refugee B (ep 13); Defense HQ Voice (ep 9); Denim (ep 1); Directive White Base Crewman (ep 28); Drunk Federation Soldier A (ep 13); Eschönbach Bodyguard B (ep 10); Federation Colonel (ep 25); Federation Soldier A (ep 43); Fix (ep 4); Gadem (ep 3); Garma's Messenger (ep 10); General Revil; Gihren's Subordinate A (ep 42); Gwaran Force Gunner (ep 35); Helpful Engineer (ep 24); Howard (White Base technician; ep 43); Impatient Ireland Officer (ep 26); J.Q. (ep 5); La Coque (eps 35-36); Leaving Civilian A (ep 11); Luna II Server (ep 4); M'Quve Soldier C (ep 26); Mag (Zeon patroller; ep 13); Magellan Operator (ep 38); March (ep 23); Maximilian (White Base mechanic; ep 7); Medea Pilot #1 (voice double; ep 23); Omur Fang (eps 21-22); Opportunist B (ep 10); Ramji (Zeon sonar officer; ep 22); Robinson (Luna II lieutenant; ep 4); Salamis Officer A (ep 5); Side 6 Dock Operator A (ep 35); Sodon Bartender (ep 19); Stetch (ep 19); Torgan (Zeon troop; ep 21); Twanning; Vammas (White Base hanger operator; ep 22); White Base Crewman (ep 20); White Base Crewman D (ep 6); Young Zeon Troop C (ep 14); Zanzibar Docker (ep 12); Zanzibar Operator (ep 35); Zanzibar Scout C (ep 12); Zum Palace Guard (ep 11)
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (TV) as Al-Saachez's Staff (ep 7); Italian Assembly Member (eps 14, 18-19); Sergei Smirnov
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season (TV) as Crew (ep 9); Sergei Smirnov
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed (TV) as Captain Ades; George Glenn (ep 14)
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Special Edition as Artemis Technician (Special Edition 1); Captain Ades (Special Edition 1); George Glenn (Special Edition 1); Montgomery Operator (Special Edition 1)
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (TV) as Duke Dermail; Quatre's Father (ep 21); Rashid Kurama/Lt. Otto; Vice Foreign Minister Dorlan (eps 1-2, 4-5)
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (OAV) as Attah; Dekim Barton
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz Special Edition (movie) as Dekim Barton
Monkey Magic (TV) as Admiral Dopuck; Batty; Boady; Slimelord; West General
Monster Rancher (TV) as Jim; Roko (eps 10-11)
(The) New Adventures of Kimba The White Lion (TV 1989)
Night at High Noon and the Wonder Gate (movie) as Daal
Night Warriors - Darkstalkers' Revenge (OAV) as Hannya
Oban Star-Racers (TV) as Rick
Ogre Slayer (OAV); Imperial Guard C (ep 4); Manipulative Ogre (ep 4)
Please Save My Earth (OAV) as Kazuto Tamura; Mr. Sakaguchi
Popotan (TV) as Guardman; Otaku
Project ARMS (TV) as Claw's Henchman; Goto; Papa; Police Chief; White Knight
Project ARMS: The 2nd Chapter (TV) as White Knight
Ranma ½ OAV as Priest (ep 11)
Ranma ½ (TV) as Admirer (ep 134); Angry Person (ep 43); Cyclist (ep 134); Ex-Chairman (ep 46); Fish Driver (ep 45); Fukuda Tailor (ep 113); Gendo (ep 78); Hanbei (ninja servant; ep 104); Jusenkyo Vice-Chairman (Voice Double; ep 48); Kumajiro Kaminarimon / Ultraman (ep 94); Miracle Apothecary (ep 83); P.E. Teacher (ep 134); Priest (ep 83); Royal Prince Manager (ep 99); Singing Old Man (ep 26); Spring Council Member (ep 130); Tennis Announcer (ep 47); Yomogi Farmer (ep 68)
Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China (movie) as Daihakusei
Rockman.EXE Axess (TV) as Con Man (ep 33); MagnetMan; Yai's Butler
Shakugan no Shana (TV) as Professor
(The) SoulTaker (TV) as Kirihara Group Employee (ep 10)
Speed Racer X (TV) as Pops Racer (pilot)
Star Ocean EX (TV) as Barrel Owner; King Lacour; Ururun; Villager
Starship Operators (TV) as Amateras Captain; Dure Elroy; Kingdom Soldier; Reporter; UN Trooper
(The) Story of Saiunkoku (TV) as Department of Protocol Official (ep 14); Santa's Father (ep 13); Seikin Gang Member (eps 12-13)
Street Fighter (U.S. TV) as Cody Travers (25); Col. Sawata ; Thrasher (ep 25)
Superbook (U.S. TV) as Alex's Father; Anathoth Man; Elijah; Enoch; Gabriel; Gideon; James; John Mark; Machi; Mordecai; Ship's Captain
Tetsujin 28 (TV 2004) as Ryu Murasame
Tico and Friends (TV)
Transformers: Armada (TV) as Starscream
Transformers: Cybertron (TV) as Brakedown; Colonel Franklin; Starscream
Transformers: Energon (TV) as Signal Flare Unit; Starscream's ghost
Trouble Chocolate (TV) as Ganache; Ham-Ham
Ultimate Teacher (OAV); Suzuki
(The) Ultraman (TV) as Kei Marume (pilot)
Ultraviolet: Code 044 (TV) as Inspector Bark
(The) Vision of Escaflowne (TV) as Bronze General; Dryden Fassa; Galfo General (ep 25); General Adelfos; Goau Fanel; Hunter (ep 21); Plaktu (ep 10); Royal Guard (ep 20); Zodia (ep 12)
World Trigger (TV) as Motokichi Kinuta; Narrator
World Trigger (TV 2) as Motokichi Kinuta; Narrator
World Trigger (TV 3) as Motokichi Kinuta
Z-Mind (OAV) as Uncle
Zoids Wild (TV) as Haxile; Mansion Owner; Maverick's Dad; Won Ton
Zoids/ZERO (TV) as Leyon; McNair
Zoids: Fuzors (TV) as Bone; Dan

Cast in:
(English version)
(under the name of Michael Richard Dobson)
(The) Humanoid (OAV) as Alan
Super Duper Sumos (U.S. TV) as Billy "BS" Swift; Genghis Fangus
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