|Full Name 남도형|
Name Nam Doh-hyeong
|Occupation voice actor|
Role voice actor
Years active 2006–present
|Born March 12, 1983 (age 37) (in lunar calendar) (1983-03-12) Gangneung, Gangwon-do, South Korea|
Education Korea UniversityEnglish Language and Literature
Website Official fan club (Korean)Official Twitter
Movies Robot Taekwon V, The Squishees
- Animated movie dubbing
- Commercial film dubbing
- Video game dubbing
- Miscellaneous facts
Nam was born in Gangneung, South Korea. At the age of 23, he began working as a voice actor after joining Korean Broadcasting System's voice acting division. Shortly after, he debuted with one of the supporting roles on the digital restoration of a 1976 South Korean animated film Robot Taekwon V. In 2003, before starting his career, Nam participated in dubbing of a third-person shooter video game for PlayStation 2, Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space. He voiced one of the soldiers and the pilots, as a winner of a game-related event at that time.
The voice actor has been a freelancer since 2009. One year later, he began receiving the attention of a wide public, with his role as Jamal Malik on the Korean dub of Slumdog Millionaire. His voice could be heard also in Sid the Science Kid, Animal Detective Kiruminzoo, The Hurt Locker, The Legend of the Legendary Heroes, and The Greatest. Nam's breakout work was Fairy Tail. He made a big name for himself after voicing Natsu Dragneel in the Korean-dubbed Japanese television animation series. In 2012, The Lorax became his first theatrical animated film to dub a leading role. He voiced Ted Wiggins on the Korean dub of the film.
Nam made his screen debut with the 2013 film No Breathing. In the early part of the film, he could be seen performing the role of a sports commentator.
Nam has become well known for his voicing Rory Williams on the Korean dub of a British science fiction television series Doctor Who, Dent on the Korean dub of Pokémon: Best Wishes!, Raf Esquivel and Knock Out on the Korean dub of Transformers: Prime, and more recently, Rigby on the Korean dub of an American animated television series Regular Show.