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'''Noel Mallonga''' is the original voice actor of [[Shirou Gou]] (Kenichi/Kenny) and [[Monster (Bioman)|Monster]] (Vargo), as well as providing the [[narration]] in the Philippine English dub of ''[[Choudenshi Bioman]]''. He later provided the narration from episodes 32 to 51 of ''[[Hikari Sentai Maskman]]''. Mallonga was also the director of the Philippine English dub of the classic renowned anime series ''Voltes V ''which he provided the voice of Big Bert Armstrong (Daijiro Go), General Oslack (General Bergan) and the narration of the entire series. Mallonga later provides the narration in the Tagalog dub of ''Uchii Keiji Shaider'' in 1993 until it was replayed on GMA in 2005.
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'''Noel Mallonga''' is the original voice actor of [[Shirou Gou]] (Kenichi/Kenny) and [[Monster (Bioman)|Monster]] (Vargo), as well as providing the [[narration]] in the Philippine English dub of ''[[Choudenshi Bioman]]''. He later provided the narration from episodes 32 to 51 of ''[[Hikari Sentai Maskman]]''. Mallonga was also the director of the Philippine English dub of the classic renowned anime series ''Voltes V ''which he provided the voice of Daijiro Go (Big Bert Armstrong), General Bergan (General Oslack) and the narration of the entire series. Mallonga later provides the narration in the Tagalog dub of ''Uchii Keiji Shaider'' in 1993 until it was replayed on GMA in 2005.
   
 
==Filmography==
 
==Filmography==

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Noel Mallonga is the original voice actor of Shirou Gou (Kenichi/Kenny) and Monster (Vargo), as well as providing the narration in the Philippine English dub of Choudenshi Bioman. He later provided the narration from episodes 32 to 51 of Hikari Sentai Maskman. Mallonga was also the director of the Philippine English dub of the classic renowned anime series Voltes V which he provided the voice of Daijiro Go (Big Bert Armstrong), General Bergan (General Oslack) and the narration of the entire series. Mallonga later provides the narration in the Tagalog dub of Uchii Keiji Shaider in 1993 until it was replayed on GMA in 2005.

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