George Koizumi

George Koizumi

Animeography
Paradise Kiss
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Mangaography
Paradise Kiss
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George Koizumi (小泉譲二)
George (Real name Johji) is an eccentric, handsome, and extremely charismatic student of Yazagaku who has extraordinary talent with a gift for fashion design, haute couture in particular. Despite his cold demeanor, he has extravagant ideas on everything, most of which are not accepted by the general public. He wants Yukari to become an independent woman, as well as a girl that will take responsibility for her own mistakes. His appearance is loosely based on Brian Slade of Velvet Goldmine, and several references to the film are made by him in the manga. He has distinctive blue hair and eyes, making Yukari humorously question if he is an alien. The lifestyle that he lives is top-notch; he lives in a loft apartment and drives a vintage Jaguar, but because his mother was merely a mistress, he rarely sees his father. Regardless, his mother dryly complains that he looks and acts just like him. At the end of the series, it is shown that he has designed the costumes for a Broadway show.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Voice Actors
Seitz, Patrick
English
Hamada, Kenji
Japanese
Matsumoto, Rica
Japanese
Pfeiffer, Markus
German
Roullier, Philippe
French
Wait, Russell
English
Gu, Ja hyeong
Korean
Patriarca, Gabriele
Italian


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