Teiji Ōmiya

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Teiji Ōmiya
大宮悌二
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Born (1928-11-22)November 22, 1928
Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan
Died December 23, 1994(1994-12-23) (aged 66)
Occupation Voice actor, actor

Teiji Ōmiya (大宮 悌二 Ōmiya Teiji?, November 22, 1928 – December 23, 1994, born in Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan)[1] was a Japanese voice and dramatic actor, and a member of the Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society when he died.[1] He attended Nihon University, but withdrew before completing his degree. He was known for playing the roles of kind old men in many 1970s anime series.[1] During his life, he achieved 3-dan in kendo.[1]

Ōmiya died at the age of 66 of colorectal cancer on December 23, 1994.[1]

Roles[edit]

After his death, Ōmiya's role as an oni in Doraemon was assumed by Yasuhiro Takato.

Television dramas[edit]

These are live action works in which Ōmiya appeared.

  • Yottsu no Me (四つの目?) (1966–1972, NHK General TV science program)
  • Renzu wa Saguru (レンズはさぐる?) (1972–1978, NHK General TV science program)
  • Mominoki wa Nokotta (樅ノ木は残った?) (1970, NHK Taiga drama)
  • Kaze to Kumo to Niji to (風と雲と虹と?) (1976, NHK Taiga drama)
  • Yami o Kire Daisanwa: Yotoki Onna no Uramibushi (闇を斬れ 第3話「夜伽女の怨みぶし」?) (1981, NHK Taiga Drama)
  • Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川家康?) (1983, NHK Taiga Drama)
  • Hana no Ran (1994, NHK Taiga Drama)

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Anime TV series[edit]

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OVAs[edit]

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Anime films[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "大宮悌二" (in Japanese). Putipedia. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  2. ^ "大宮悌二 1.6 実写" (in Japanese). Putipedia. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  3. ^ "大宮悌二 1.1 テレビアニメ" (in Japanese). Putipedia. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  4. ^ "大宮悌二 1.2 OVA" (in Japanese). Putipedia. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  5. ^ "大宮悌二" (in Japanese). Japanese Movie Database. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  6. ^ "大宮悌二 作品リスト" (in Japanese). Yahoo!映画. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  7. ^ "大宮悌二 1.3 劇場版アニメ" (in Japanese). Putipedia. Retrieved 2008-08-23.