... What? Oh, right, we're describing this seiyuu called Tsuyoshi Koyama...
Tsuyoshi Koyama is a 1967-born seiyuu from Aichi. His career really did slow, as the most thing he was known for was at least a 'minor' role in ∀ Gundam, or a live action dubbing role in Kamen Rider Ryuki...
Then comes BlazBlue where he's voicing the extraordinarily loud and hammy Ninja of love and justice, Bang Shishigami, with humor and ham to go with, making him and fan favorite and raising his fame, to the point that he's asked to sing Bang's Theme Music Power-Up in BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma replacing the one done by JAM Project! But fun to note, he was often cast as a villainous entity, as opposed to Bang's uber good guy status.
Oh and he's also a self-proclaimed Dirty Old Man, but he's also a Lovable Sex Maniac as well, as proven in the Bururaji videos where Asami Imai will be the one holding the metaphorical leash to keep him in line.
Roles done by Tsuyoshi Koyama...TROPE VENT!
- Bang Shishigami in BlazBlue (Best known role. Period.)
- Basil in Dragon Ball Super
- Burgermon Bugster in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid
- Coachmon in Digimon Universe Applimonsters
- Derecho & Izquierdo in Shoukoku no Altair
- Dickson in Xenoblade
- Doc Louis in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U & 3DS
- Enge in Overman King Gainer (and, by extension, Super Robot Wars Z and Another Century's Episode: R)
- Glasses-sensei in Gabriel DropOut
- Hajrudin in One Piece
- Kamen Rider Odin and the Riders' Visors in Kamen Rider Ryuki
- Kamen Rider Odin in Kamen Rider Zi O Rider Time Ryuki
- Killer Shark in Beast Saga
- Kublai in Ni no Kuni
- Kurou in Utawarerumono
- Leon Garcia Asturias in Trinity Blood
- Mercenary in Grimoire Of Zero
- Mougan Tanakamaru in Tokyo Ghoul
- Old King in Armored Core
- Phil Ackman in ∀ Gundam
- Summer One in Another Century's Episode: R