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Shiraishi Minoru

Shiraishi Minoru

Shiraishi Minoru


Shiraishi Minoru (白石稔, 白石みのる), born on October 18, 1978 in Ehime, is a japanese seiyuu (voice actor) affiliated with Pro-Fit. Even though he was not new in the voice acting scene, he gained recognition thanks to his secondary role as Taniguchi in Kyoto Animation's "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya" (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱 - Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu), in which his (later heavily parodied) line "wa-wa-wa wasuremono" (roughly translated as "my-my-my forgotten thing") made him extremely popular in the japanese fandom. Read more on Last.fm
Shiraishi Minoru (白石稔, 白石みのる), born on October 18, 1978 in Ehime, is a japanese seiyuu (voice actor) affiliated with Pro-Fit. Even though he was not new in the voice acting scene, he gained recognition thanks to his secondary role as Taniguchi in Kyoto Animation's "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya" (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱 - Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu), in which his (later heavily parodied) line "wa-wa-wa wasuremono" (roughly translated as "my-my-my forgotten thing") made him extremely popular in the japanese fandom. Later, Kyoto Animation took advantage of this popularity in their series "Lucky☆Star" (らき☆すた Raki☆Suta), in which Minoru plays an animated version of himself, making frequent puns and references to his popular line in Suzumiya. He is also responsible for the ending themes of the second half of the series, which spawned an album of their own, published by Lantis on October 10, 2007: "Shiraishi Minoru's Lullaby for Men" (白石みのるの男のララバイ Shiraishi Minoru no Otoko no Lullaby). Read more on Last.fm.

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