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Maria Yamamoto in 2005
September 11, 1981 |
Voice actress roles
Maria Yamamoto's roles as a voice actress include the following.
- Amazing Nurse Nanako, as Nanako
- Cinderella Boy, as I Lyan Rain
- Chance Pop Session, as Nozomi Kaihara
- Elfen Lied, as Kisaragi, Kanae and Saito
- Hand Maid May, as Cyberdoll May
- His and Her Circumstances, as Kano Miyazawa (debut)
- Kuromajo-san ga Toru!!, as Meg Shion
- Kyō no Go no Ni, as Natsumi Hirakawa
- Magical Nyan Nyan Taruto, as Chitose
- Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, as Emma Emmerich
- Nurse Witch Komugi, as herself (episode 4)
- Papillon Rose, as Tsubomi
- Petite Princess Yucie, as Yucie
- Seraphim Call, as Urara Tachibana
- Soul Nomad & the World Eaters, as Euphoria
- Yami to Bōshi to Hon no Tabibito, as Quill
Anime song performances
Maria Yamamoto has performed the following theme songs.
- Amazing Nurse Nanako (ending theme)
- Chance Pop Session (opening theme): "Pure Blue" (performed with Atsuko Enomoto and Mayumi Iizuka)
- Chance Pop Session (ending theme): "Love Forever" (performed with Atsuko Enomoto and Mayumi Iizuka)
- His and Her Circumstances (2nd ending theme): "Kaze Hiita Yoru" (performed with Yuki Watanabe)
- Magical Meow Meow Taruto (ending theme): "Hana Uta no Hareruya!" (performed with Hisayo Mochizuki and Masayo Kurata)
- NieA 7 (ending theme) "Venus and a Small God"
- Petite Princess Yucie (opening theme): "Egao no Tensai" (Genius of Smiles) (performed with Yuki Matsuoka, Yukari Fukui, Ayako Kawasumi, Fumiko Orikasa)
- Seraphim Call (11th ending theme): "Yes, it's my true love"
- Sugar: A Little Snow Fairy (1st ending theme): "Snow Flower"
- Maria Yamamoto Official Site (Japanese)
- Maria Yamamoto at the Seiyuu database
- Maria Yamamoto's Seiyuu information
- Maria Yamamoto at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
- Haniwa My House Maria Yamamoto's weekly internet radio show.
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