Now that Tekken: Bloodline has finally been released on Netflix, we’ve compiled this list of all the characters and voice actors of the series. With this guide, you will learn about her roles on the show, previous projects, and other information about her history.
Kaiji Tang as Jin Kazama (English)
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Kaiji Tang is the voice actor for one of the most prominent characters in the Tekken universe, Jin Kazama. He has been in various TV shows, video games, and movies, such as Sanemi Shinazugawa in Demon Slayer, Ichiban Kasuga in Yakuza: Like A Dragon, and in the production of movies like Justice League. Additionally, Tang has done previous work for the franchise, including Tekken: Blood Vengeance and Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
Isshin Chiba as Jin Kazama (Japanese)
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Joining Kaiji is Jin Kazama’s Japanese voice actor Isshin Chiba, who has a long history of successful projects like Cowboy Bebop, Sword Art Online, and multiple Detective Conan installments. He has also been the voice of Jin in other installments, from Tekken 3 in 1997 to the latest Tekken: Bloodline.
Taiten Kusunoki as Heihachi Mishima (Japanese)
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Taiten Kusunoki is the voice actor for Jin Kazama’s grandfather, Heihachi Mishima, a character who has been in many games and TV shows in the franchise as one of the main antagonists. Kusunoki’s career began in 1995 with his role in Lupine III: The Pursuit of Harimao’s Treasure. Since then, the actor has taken on more consistent roles, such as Morel Mackernasey in Hunter x Hunter, Urouge in One Piece, Ibiki Morino in the Naruto series, and Rude in Final Fantasy VII Remake.
Not much is known about Heihachi Mishima’s English voice actor, S. Hiroshi Watanabe, due to Tekken: Bloodline being his only credited work.
Vivian Lu as Jun Kazama (English)
Another member of Jin’s family in Tekken: Bloodline is his mother, Jun Kazama, voiced by Vivian Lu. The actress has been busy over the years, including her English voiceovers in Squid Game, Genshin Impact, The King’s Affection, and Demon Slayer. .
Mamiko Noto as Jun Kazama (Japanese)
If you are an anime lover, you will certainly recognize the voice talents of Mamiko Noto, who plays Jun Kazama in the Japanese version. He has been in a variety of popular shows, including Yukako Yamagishi in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Sheele in Akame Ga Kill!, Katsuyu in Naruto: Shippuden, and Rin in Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon. Like Kaiji Tang and Isshin Chiba, he voiced him to Jun in Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and returned with Tekken: Bloodline.
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Hwoarang (Japanese)
Toshiyuki Morikawa has been Hwoarang’s Japanese voice actor since Tekken 3, a character who has a rivalry with Jin Kazama. One of his most notable works is his role as Sephiroth in the Final Fantasy series and the Kingdom Hearts franchise. Also, he has been in several famous projects, such as the leader of the Demon Slayer Corps, Kagaya Ubuyashiki, and Kazuma Sohma in Fruits Basket.
Todd Haberkorn as Hwoarang (English)
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When it comes to English dubs, Todd Haberkorn has been in a plethora of projects, including Fairy Tail, A Whisker Away, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, and now Tekken: Bloodline as Hwoarang. In addition to his voice roles, he has been in several live action installments, such as his role as Mr. Spock in Star Trek Continues.
Hochu Otsuka as Paul Phoenix (Japanese)
Hochu Otsuka voices the character of Paul Phoenix in Tekken: Bloodline, a beloved character in the franchise. He may have heard of his previous works such as That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, Soul Eater, the original Naruto series, the Kingdom Hearts franchise, Slam Dunk, and many more.
Jamieson Price as Paul Phoenix (English)
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Jamieson Price has more than 35 years of experience in voice acting, with installments such as Akira, The Seven Deadly Sins, and Dragon Ball Super. Additionally, Price has played the English version of the character Paul Phoenix since Tekken 6 and has returned for Tekken: Bloodline.
Additional voice actors
If you’re interested in learning about other supporting characters from Tekken: Bloodline, here’s a list of the rest of the voice actors on the show:
- Bill Butts as Ogre (English)
- Maaya Sakamoto as Ling Xiaoyu (Japanese)
- Faye Mata as Ling Xiaoyu (English)
- Earl Baylon as Ganryu (English)
- Hidenari Ugaki as Ganryu (Japanese)
- Yumi Toma as Nina Williams (Japanese)
- Erika Harlacher as Nina Williams (English)
That’s enough for our guide on all characters and voice actors from Tekken: Bloodline, and you can watch the six-episode series on Netflix. For more Tekken content, you can find out when Tekken 8 is coming out and check out the relevant links below.
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