November 22, 1928|
Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan
|Died||December 23, 1994(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) was a Japanese voice and dramatic actor, and a member of the Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society when he died. 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. During his life, he achieved 3-dan in kendo.
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)
Anime TV series
- Astro Boy (1963–1966, Principal, Smuggler Boss, Fat Sailor, others)
- Mach GoGoGo (1967–1968, Daisuke Mifune)
- Sabu to Ichi Torimono Hikae (1968–1969, Ichi)
- Star of the Giants (1968–1971, Masaichi Kaneda)
- Hakushon Daimaō (1969–1970, soldier)
- Tomorrow's Joe (1970–1971, Ōtaka-kaichō)
- Inakappe Taishō (1970–1972, Jitto Mitōru)
- Animentarī Ketsudan (1971, Sugiyama)
- Astro Gunger (1972–1973, Hayakawa-jichō)
- Devilman (1972–1973, Baū)
- Science Ninja Team Gatchaman (1972–1974, Secretary Anderson)
- Demetan Croaker, The Boy Frog (1973, Chūji)
- Vicky the Viking (1974–1975, the King)
- A Dog of Flanders (1975, Danton)
- Time Bokan (1975–1976, Benkei, Oyakata, Kenpu)
- Paul no Miracle Taisakusen (1976–1977, Doa Majin)
- Rascal Racoon (1977, Fred North)
- Ippatsu Kanta-kun (1977–1978, Oshō, Daijirō)
- Yakyū-kyō no Uta: Kita no Ōkami, Minami no Tora (1977, Hiura Matsurigoto)
- Gatchaman II (1978–1979, Secretary Anderson)
- Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3 (1978–1979, Carlos)
- Tondemo Nezumi Daikatsuyaku (1979-06-30, Būrakān)
- Time Patrol Corps: Otasukeman (1980–1981, Saigō Takamori)
- Belle and Sebastian (1981–1982, Albert)
- Wan Wan Sanjūshi (1981–1982, D'Artagnan's father)
- Manga Nihonshi (1983–1984, Katsu Kaishū)
- Dancouga - Super Beast Machine God (1985, Principal)
- Konchū Monogatari: Minashigo Hutch (1989–1990, Yotōga, Chichi Mushi)
- Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (1989–1990, Captain Mable)
- Marude Dameo (1991–1992, Yukio)
- Tezuka Osamu Animation World (1983–1987)
- Bubblegum Crisis: Born to Kill (1987, Commander Swarz)
- Legend of the Galactic Heroes (1988–1997, Grand Bishop (seasons 1-3))
- The Green Cat (1983, Taichō)
- Dancouga - Super Beast Machine God: Requiem for Victims (1986, Principal)
- The Cockpit (1993, Captain)
- Science Ninja Team Gatchaman: The Movie (1978, Secretary Anderson)
- Yakyūkyō no Uta: Kita no Ōkami, Minami no Tora (1979, Hiura Matsurigoto)
- Doraemon: What Am I for Momotaro (1981, Oni)
- Doraemon: Nobita's Monstrous Underwater Castle (1983, Chancellor Mū)
- Lupin III: Legend of the Gold of Babylon (1985, ICPO Director)
- Doraemon: Nobita at the Birth of Japan (1989, Mammoth)
- The Story of Perrine (1990)
- Roujin Z (1991, Chief Minagawa)
- Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (1992, Captain Mable)
- Raian Tsūrī no Uta (1994, Zenzō)
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