Noriaki Sugiyama, Daisuke Kishio Join Meganebu! Anime's Cast

posted on by Sarah Nelkin
Chihiro Suzuki, Mitsuo Iwata, Mitsuaki Madono also join cast as student council members

More cast members for the Meganebu! anime were announced on Saturday:

Sugiaki Noriyama (Naruto's Sasuke, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion's Rivalz) as William Satou, a high school third-year student. He is the the president of the Himaraya 3rd Technical High School student council. William is half-Japanese and half-British, and thinks about Himaraya High School more than anyone. He has chronic stomach pains. William's favorite kind of glasses are round titanium frames.

Mitsuaki Madono (Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion's Kaname, Ranma ½: Nihao My Concubine's Prince Toma) as Lorenzo Watanabe, the vice-president of the Himaraya High School student council. He is half-Japanese and half-German. He quietly watches over the student council. He is fairly sadistic when it comes to Satou.

Daisuke Kishio (Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch's Kaito, Durarara!'s Yuuhei) as Maximilian Takahashi, a second-year high school student and a member of the student council. He is half Japanese and half Italian. He has an affection for the stage, and often overreacts.

Chihiro Suzuki (Disgaea's Vyers, Tales of the Abyss's Luke) as Tetsu Suzuki, a second-year in high school and the only full-Japanese member of the student council. He is known in his class as “#3,” and hate Souma for giving him that nickname. His favorite type of glasses are Fox Cell Frames.

Mitsuo Iwata (Koi suru Tenshi Angelique - Kagayaki no Ashita's Zephel, Initial D's Itsuki) as Antonio Tanaka, a first-year high school student in the student council. He is half-Japanese and half-Brazilian. He has a joyous personality, though his Japanese skills are the only ones that are out of place in the student council.

Source: Moca News

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