Yūji Mitsuya is an actor, seiyū, and sound supervisor born in 1954 and affiliated with Bring Up. After graduating from the famous Meiji University, he took up voice acting, and had the good luck to debut in a main role: Hyouma Aoi from Combattler V.
Mitsuya's roles are pretty different in nature. The aforementioned Hyouma was The Hero and a Badass Biker, but you might remember him much more as Virgo Shaka from Saint Seiya or Dr. Tofu Ono from Ranma ½. He's also quite a recurrent face in foreign dubbing, being the Japanese dub voice of Marty McFly in Back to the Future and Jack in Will & Grace. And last but not least, he's one of the few male seiyūs with Cross-Dressing Voices... at least in the case of some tough old ladies.
He came out as gay in 2017, a breakthrough for LGBT celebrities in Japan.
Yūji Mitsuya's CHOU~DENJI ROOOOLLEEESS!!!
- Amadeus (dub voice of none other than Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
- Back to the Future (dub voice of Marty McFly)
- Candy Candy (Archie Andree)
- Combattler V (Hyouma Aoi)
- Devil Hunter Yohko (Madoka Mano, when old. Satomi Koorogi briefly took up the role when she was de-aged)
- Dragon Ball Z (Kaioshin in Z and Kai. In GT and Super, he's played by Shin'ichiro Ota)
- Fatal Fury (Duck King, but only in the anime)
- Fraggle Rock (dub voice of Wembley)
- Godmars (Marg; reprising his role in Super Robot Wars Z2)
- Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger (Good Striker)
- Legend of Galactic Heroes (Heinrich Von Kaemmel)
- Little Shop of Horrors (dub voice of Seymour Krelborn)
- Natsu e no Tobira (Claude)
- One Piece (Pika)
- Pacific Rim (dub voice of Dr. Hermann Gottlieb)
- Persona 5 (Suguru Kamoshida)
- PaRappa the Rapper (Hairdresser Octopus)
- Pop Team Epic (Popuko)
- Ranma ½ (Dr. Tofu)
- Sakura Wars (Musei Edogawa in the stage plays and the movie)
- Sakura Wars 3: Is Paris Burning? (Masque de Corbeau)
- Saint Seiya (Virgo Shaka, Benethosh Eta Mime)
- Silver Spoon (The Principal)
- Smile Pretty Cure! (Joker)
- Star Fleet (P.P. Adamsky)
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Jar Jar Binks, replacing Isamu Tanonaka)
- Time Bokan 24 (Sanzo Hoshi)
- Touch (Tatsuya Uesugi)
- Will & Grace (dub voice of Jack McFarland)