Written by: Jei Beltrano | Published on: June 11, 2021 at 10:41 AM PHT (GMT+8)
Japanese actor, voice actor, narrator, and film director Kenjiro Tsuda expresses his gratitude to the public through a Tweet posted on his official Twitter account as he celebrates his 50th birthday.
The Tweet translates as:
Happy birthday (to me).
I wanted to write some words of gratitude. Thank you to everyone who has been there for me, everyone who has been involved in our work, and everyone who gave their support.
I will do my best to live well so that I can express myself well, so I look forward to working with you in the future. - TsudaKen
Fans of his flooded the post with their comments of greetings and support for the actor.
One fan showed her support by posting her collection of media involving Tsuda including magazines, tapes, and photocards.
Another fan posted the cover of the 11th volume of Jujutsu Kaisen featuring Nanami Kento who is voiced by Tsuda in the anime series adaptation of the manga.
And one fan put his all effort in writing a letter by hand to express his support for the actor.
Born on June 11, 1971 in Osaka, Japan, Kenjiro Tsuda started his career as a voice actor when he entered a theater group office after graduating from a trading school. He made his debut as the voice of Atsushi Noda in the 1995 animated television series "H2." Since then, Tsuda's work has centered around voice acting, as he's worked in theater, television dramas, and movie appearances, among others; furthermore, he has been active at many levels, including as a narrator and radio personality, in television programs, commercials, and the like.
His notable roles in voice acting includes Hannes in "Attack on Titan Seasons 2 & 3", Seto Kaiba in "Yu-Gi-Oh!", Sadahara Inui in "The New Prince of Tennis", Atomic Samurai in "One-Punch Man", Overhaul in "My Hero Academia", Lero Ro in "Tower of God", Jigen in "Boruto: Naruto Next Generation", Joker in "Fire Force", Nanami Kento in "Jujutsu Kaisen", Tatsu in "The Way of the Househusband", Dainsleif in the RPG game "Genshin Impact", and many more.
Tsuda made his debut as a film director on February 2, 2019 where he directed his work "Documentertainment AD-LIVE".
He is married to a non-showbiz woman and is currently a father of two children.
Sources: Kenjiro Tsuka Official Twitter