|Full Name||Kenta Miyake|
|Birth Name||Kenta Miyake|
|Birth City||Saitama Prefecture|
|No Of Children||1|
|Date of Birth||August 23,1977|
|What is Kenta Miyake marital status ?||Married|
|How many children does Kenta Miyake have ?||1|
Kenta Miyake is a Japanese voice actor and a narrator who is famous for his roles in My Hero Academia and Berserk Golden Age Arc. He is affiliated with 81 Produce.
Kenta Miyake was born on August 23, 1977, in Saitama Prefecture, Japan. He is 43 years old as of 2021. He was born under the birth sign of Virgo. His nicknames include Miyaken and Shun Kazagiri. He belongs to the Japanese ethnicity and has Japanese nationality.
Regarding his educational qualifications, he is a graduate of Amusement Media Research Institute.
He has been living in Okinawa for a long time which is why his official profile shows he is from Okinawa. But, his birthplace is Saitama.
Kenta is 181 cm tall. His blood type is A.
Kenta Miyake is a married man. He has one child with his partner. He has preferred to keep his personal life information to himself.
Kenta Miyake has a net worth of $2 million as of 2021 from his career as a voice actor. He has over 294 voice-acting credits under his belt.
Mikaye has dreamed of becoming a voice actor since his days as a teenager. He joined the talent agency, 81 Produce after he graduated from Amusement Media Research Institute.
He started his voice acting career by voicing Gus in Final Fantasy II in 1988. 10 years later, he voiced Psycho Black in Power Rangers in Space.
Some of his best-known characters are Mike Zacharias on Attack on Titan, Scar on Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Akatsuchi on Naruto: Shippuden, Zambai on One Piece, Shiroganehiko on Bleach, All Might on My Hero Academia, Akatsuchi on Boruto, and Twigo on The Seven Deadly Sins.
In 2019 at the 13th Seiyu Awards, Kenta was awarded the Best Actor in a Supporting Role award.
Kenta is also known for dubbing International animations such as Zootopia (Chief Bogo), Up (Omega), Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Scorpion), Monsters University (Brock Pearson), and so on.
He has also had a number of live-action Japanese dubbing roles and video games voicing appearances.
Also see: Ewan McGregor, Ester Expósito