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David Lodge (voice actor)


David Lodge (voice actor)

David Lodge
Born David Lodge
Occupation Voice Actor
Years active 1989–present
Notable credit(s) Bleach
as Kenpachi Zaraki
as Puppetmon
as Jiraiya
Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
as Loki
Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
as Villamax
The Prince of Tennis
as Kaoru Kaidoh
as Huntari
Transformers: Robots in Disguise
as Midnight Express/Rail Racer
Zatch Bell!
as Bamu

David Lodge is a voice actor who works for anime and the video game community and is well known for his voice work in the Power Rangers franchise (Two of his best-known voice roles there were Villamax in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy and Loki in Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue). He was known for his voice role as Kenpachi Zaraki in the popular anime show, Bleach (before being replaced by Patrick Seitz) and the supporting role of Jiraiya in Naruto.


  • Roles 1
    • Anime 1.1
    • Non-Anime 1.2
    • Live action 1.3
    • Video games 1.4
  • References 2
  • External links 3




Live action

Video games


  1. ^ Destiny - End Credits - IGN Video. IGN Video. 2014-09-11. 4:30 (Voice and Motion Performers). Retrieved 2014-12-04. 
  2. ^ Square Enix. " 
  3. ^ Semaphore. " 

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