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Nobutoshi Canna

aka: 林 延年, Nobutoshi Hayashi, 神奈 延年, Nobutoshi Kanna

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Nobutoshi Hayashi (born June 10, 1968; Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese male Seiyu. He works for Aoni Production.

Nobutoshi's famous role is that of Knuckles the Echidna, from the Sonic The Hedgehog video games series. He also did the voice of Knuckles in the anime Sonic X.

He has also voiced characters in video games, such as Final Fantasy. Back in the anime world, Nobutoshi has also voiced a character called Pie, from the magical girl series Tokyo Mew Mew.

Up until December, 1999, Nobutoshi was credited as his actual name. In January, 2000, he has been credited as Nobutoshi Canna or Nobutoshi Kanna.

Credited on 119 games

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Sonic Frontiers (2022 on Windows) Japanese Voices
Guilty Gear: Strive (2021 on PlayStation 5) Anji Mito
Demon's Souls (2020 on PlayStation 5) Stockpile Thomas
Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020 (2020 on Android) Japanese Voices
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020 (2019 on Nintendo Switch) SEGA Characters
Yakuza 5 (2019 on PlayStation 4) Cast
Team Sonic Racing (2019 on PlayStation 4) Japanese Voice Actors
Fate/EXTELLA: LINK (2019 on Windows) Cu Chulainn
Dead or Alive 6 (2019 on PlayStation 4) Jann Lee
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018 on Nintendo Switch) Character Voice
Warriors Orochi 4 (2018 on PlayStation 4) Voice Cast
Marvel Spider-Man (2018 on PlayStation 4) Electro
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker (2018 on PlayStation 4) Kabuto Yakushi
Dynasty Warriors 9 (2018 on PlayStation 4) Cao Pi
Sonic Forces (2017 on PlayStation 4) Japanese Character Voices
Little Busters!: English Edition (2017 on Windows) Masato Inohara
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm (2017 on PlayStation 4) Kabuto Yakushi
Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star (2017 on PlayStation 4) Cu Chulainn
Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice (2016 on Nintendo 3DS) Japanese VO
Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers (2016 on PS Vita) Voice Cast

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Circa 2016
source: Aoni Production artist's profile page

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