Mamoru Miyano

Birth:Jun 8, 1983
Years active:2001-Present
Hometown:Oomiya, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Blood Type:B
Height: 182 cm 60 Website Twitter YouTube A Japanese actor voice actor singer and narrator from Saitama Prefecture. Miyano joined The Himawari Theatre Group at the age of 7 under the influence of his older brother yet he did not attend the class as much as he should have. After entering high school due to the uncertainty he felt towards the future Miyano started attending singing and dance lessons he has been skipping until now. While taking music lessons Miyano started to discover his music style through the encounter with music produced by singers like CHEMISTRY and EXILE. Miyanos first acting job was in 1992 in Tokusou Exceedraft where he appeared in a flashback as a child in a yakuza members past. In 2001 he had his voice acting debut in a live action teen drama Caitlins Way. In 2002 he voiced Riku in the Japanese version for the video game Kingdom Hearts. Miyano also had his first anime voice acting role the same year voicing Akira in Shin Megami Tensei Devil Children: Light Dark In 2003 he voiced Kiba the main character in Wolfs Rain A few years later in 2006 he had what most would call his breakout role in Death Note where he voiced the main character Light Yagami For his role as Light he was nominated for two awards at the first ever Seiyuu Awards in March 2007. On May 28 2007 on the King Records label Miyano debuted as a singer with the single Kuon. The single debuted at number 47 on the Oricon charts and was used as the ending theme song for anime series Koutetsu Sangokushi On June 13 he released a collaboration single titled Fight with fellow voice actress Romi Park The duos single debuted on the Oricon chart at number 73. In 2008 at the second Seiyuu Awards Miyano won Best Actor in a Leading Role for his roles Setsuna F. Seiei and Rikuson Hakugen from Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and Koutetsu Sangokushi respectively. Miyano also married later that same year and he and his wife have a son together. Nonanime voice roles: Riku Kingdom Hearts series VG Ignis Scientia Final Fantasy XV 2016 VG Peter B. Parker SpiderMan: Into The Spider Verse SpiderMan: Across the SpiderVerse Films JP dub Mario The Super Mario Bros. Movie 2023 Film JP dub Newt Scamander Fantastic Beasts series Live action films JP dub Percy Weasley Harry Potter franchise Live action films JP dub