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Kaiji Tang (Chinese: 唐凱吉; born January 25, 1984), also known as Kaiji Von Tang, is a Chinese-born voice actor who is currently based in Burbank City, Los Angeles, California.

He voiced Bradley/Brad Fang in Contra: Operation Galuga.

Biography[]

Tang graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a degree in Theatre. He comes from a theatrical background and moved to Los Angeles in 2007 to do commercial work. He starred in commercials for Garmin GPS and The Discovery Channel. After appearing in a cult-classic movie called Zombie Strippers as a zombie, he auditioned for a podcast for a dubbing studio and was eventually hired. Ever since then, he has found success in finding roles for anime and video game characters. Tang has stated he never set out to do voice work and it all came later on in his life. Tang enjoys his profession and likes contributing to the video game industry as he compares video games to novels. Tang hosts the YouTube channel Voices of Gaming.

Career[]

In anime, Tang is known as the voice of Osamu Dazai from Bungo Stray Dogs, Big G from Doraemon, Satoru Gojo from Jujutsu Kaisen, Kashin Koji from Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Hendrickson from The Seven Deadly Sins, Guts from Berserk, Tsumugu Kinagase from Kill La Kill, Tetsudo "Poppo" Hisakawa from Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day, Archer from Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, Joe from Megalo Box and recently as Jin Kazama, lead character in Tekken: Bloodline.

In video games, he is known for his performances as Wingul from Tales of Xillia, Fang from Fairy Fencer F, Gaius Worzel from The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel series, Yasuhiro Hagakure and Gonta Gokuhara from the Danganronpa series, and Ichiban Kasuga in the Yakuza series.

He is also known for voicing Owain/Odin in the Fire Emblem series, as well as the titular character in Detective Pikachu, and voiced Tom Cat in the 2021 film Tom & Jerry.

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