Cesare Rasini

Cesare Rasini, a renowned Italian voice actor, is an active participant in the dubbing scene in Torino and Milano. His iconic voice has lent itself to numerous beloved characters, solidifying his mark in the industry.
Notably, he has portrayed revered figures such as North Kaioh in “Dragon Ball Z,” “Dragon Ball GT,” and “Dragon Ball Super,” the father of Nobita in “Doraemon,” and the enigmatic Professor Hugo Strange in “The Batman.”
His versatile talent extends beyond character voices, encompassing dubbing for esteemed actors like Danny DeVito, Elliott Gould, and Stacy Keach. Rasini’s contribution also extends to television, where he skillfully voiced District Attorney Ron Carver (Courtney B. Vance) in the acclaimed series “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”
Moreover, his distinct voice has found its place as the off-screen narrator in documentaries and commercials, adding depth and resonance to various visual narratives. Cesare Rasini stands as an influential figure, leaving an indelible mark on Italian dubbing and audiovisual storytelling

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