Derek Stephen Prince

Derek Stephen Prince (born February 5, 1969 in Inglewood, California) is an American voice actor who is most memorable for his various roles in the Digimon series, as well as the voice of Elgar in the live-action Power Rangers Turbo and Power Rangers in Space.

While a talented actor, with vocal skills capable of anything from High School girls to George Takei, he is often heard portraying geeks, geniuses and quirky social outcasts. In the world of anime, he is most famous for his roles as Keitaro Urashima in Love Hina, DemiDevimon and Piedmon in Digimon, Ken Ichijouji and Veemon in Digimon 02 and Impmon in Digimon Tamers. Currently, he can be heard as Uryū Ishida in Bleach and Shino Aburame in Naruto. He also provides the voice of Vexen in the English language version of the Kingdom Hearts series.

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