September 7, 1989 (34)
Daiki Yamashita is a Japanese voice actor affiliated with Arts Vision. He is widely recognized for his role as Izuku Midoriya in the popular anime series “My Hero Academia.”
Yamashita’s voice acting career encompasses a variety of roles that showcase his versatility. Apart from his notable performance as Izuku Midoriya in “My Hero Academia,” he has voiced leading characters in other anime series such as “Yowamushi Pedal,” where he played Onoda Sakamichi, and “Gundam Build Fighters Try,” voicing Fumina Hoshino. His work extends to films as well, including roles in “My Hero Academia: Two Heroes” and “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising,” where he reprised his role as Izuku Midoriya.
Throughout his career, Yamashita has collaborated with numerous other voice actors and industry professionals, contributing to the success of the projects he has been a part of. His collaborations include working alongside voice actors such as Kenta Miyake, Nobuhiko Okamoto, and Ayane Sakura in “My Hero Academia.”
Yamashita’s contributions to the field of voice acting have been recognized with several awards and honors. He won the Best Male Newcomer award at the 8th Seiyu Awards for his role in “Yowamushi Pedal.”