Yūko Gotō

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Yūko Gotō
Native name 後藤 邑子
Born (1975-08-28) August 28, 1975 (age 38)
Aichi, Japan
Other names Gotouther-sama, Murako, Gotouza
Occupation Voice actress
Height 163 cm[1] (5 ft. 3 in.)
Website
homepage3.nifty.com/gotu_web/

Yūko Gotō (後藤 邑子 Gotō Yūko?, born August 28,[2]1975) is a Japanese voice actress who was contracted to Production BAOBAB[2] and is now signed to Axl-One.[1][3] In direct contrast to her cute-and-vulnerable moé typecasting, Yūko in real life is a devotee of biker culture who dresses and acts as such when not working, right down to her motorcycle. This is parodied in the 23rd episode of Lucky Star, in which she appears as a masculine Bōsōzoku-styled character of herself called Gotouza.

In 2012, she announced that she is suffering from idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and systemic lupus erythematosus.[4] She is currently performing voice actor activity, while frequently going to the hospital, but recovered on October 4th.

For adult games, she's known as Umi Yanairyū (柳井流海?), Shino Kujo (九条信乃 Kujō Shino?), Kikuko Mita (三田菊子 Mita Kikuko?), Aoi Sakuragi (桜木あおい Sakuragi Aoi?), Sawa Ichii (市井紗和 Ichii Sawa?), Sae Ichii (市井佐絵 Ichii Sae?), Ran Tōno (籐野らん Tōno Ran?) and Mai Tachibana (立花舞 Tachibana Mai?).[5]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

1999
2000
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013

Japanese dubs[edit]

Game[edit]


Eroge[edit]

2000
  • Rebirth (Miyuri Kagura)
  • Calendar Girl (Rie Nakazato)
  • Gin'iro (Sagiri)
  • Prism Heart (Maple)
2001
  • Mizuiro (Hiyori Hayasaka)
  • Nyante Chaton (Momo Hikone)
  • Cosmic Man (Remi Kanzaki)
  • Hooligan (Yuka Amou)
2002
  • NekoNeko Fan Disc (Hiyori Hayasaka)
  • 426 (Kaori Suma)
  • Mikogami Aventure (Ai Minazuki)
  • Trouble Captor! (Hane Kozuru)
  • Haitoku (Haruka Matsuro)
  • Lost Passage (Rino Natsukoshi)
  • Sore wa Maichiru Sakura no Youni (Komachi Yukimura, Kazuto Saeki)
  • Tenjou Ura kara Ai wo Komete (Maria Kisaragi)
  • Pachi File (Reimi Kanzaki)
  • Shuuchuu Chiryou Shitsu (Wakaba Kinoshita)
  • Baldr Force (Liang)
  • Sayorana Etranger (Haruka Kisaragi)
2003
  • Baldr Force EXE (Liang)
  • Separate Blue (Tsubame Itabashi)
  • Daisuki na Sensei ni H na Onedari Shichau Omase na Boku no / Watashi no Puni Puni (Keito Sakurazawa)
  • Hajimete ga Ippai: Maidkko Alpha Beta (T-134a)
  • Tsukushite Jan (Chiaki Kasai)
  • Aka (Chuchu)
  • 3LDK (Yomogi Senowo)
  • Moonlight Renewal: Omoide no Hajimari (Yuri Hinama)
  • Sukumizu: Fetch ni Narumon! (Reika Kona Iwasaki)
  • Kono Sora ga Tsuieru Toki ni (Go Hinata)
  • Castle Fantasia: Erencia Senki
  • Matsuyoigusa (Yuki Kambayashi)
  • Manatsu no Tobira (Nanami Suibara)
  • Hoshizora Planet: Dream Box (Satomi Takakura)
  • Anonono.: Kimi to Sugoshita Ano Hi Ano Toki Ano Mirai (Fuuka Sumidagawa)
  • Daibanchou -Big Bang Age- (Marishia, Burodokyasuko)
  • Kodomo Milk Parfait (Aya Sakurai)
2004
  • Shizuku (Mizuho Aihara)
  • Shuffle! (Kaede Kuyou)
  • Deepblue FandiskL: 11Nin no Mune Kyun Love! (Rino Natsukoshi, Yomogi Senoo)
  • DINGIR (Nisa)
  • Shamana Shamana: Tsuki to Kokoro to Taiyou no Mahou (Efa)
  • Onegai O-Hoshi-sama (Shirubyi)
  • Like Life (Tsubaki Sawaki)
  • Doko e Iku no, Ano Hi (Kiriri Asou)
  • Dear My Friend (Touko Kitazawa)
  • Lamune (Nanami Konoe)
  • Cage Boy's Heroine Selection (Keito Sakurazawa)
  • Tokidoki Pakucchao! (Miyuki Hayakawa)
2005
2006
  • Harukoi Otome (Yuika Serizawa)
  • AR: Wasurerareta Natsu (Kiyoshi Nakana)
  • Muv-Luv Alternative (Mobukyara)
  • Aozora no Mieru Oka (Nonoka Suwa)
  • Scarlett~Nichijō no Kyōkaisen~ (Bettō Izumi Shizuka Scarlett)
  • Princess Waltz (Suzushiro Shikikagura)
  • Iinchou wa Shounin Sezu!: It Is a Next Choice (Kuzushin Nagi)
  • I”s Pure (Yuka Morisaki)
  • Always: Futo, Ki ga Tsukeba Kimi to no Nichijou... (Chihiro Takanashi)
  • Really Really (Kaede Fuyou)
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
  • White: blanche comme la lune (Magical Girl)
  • Shuffle! Love Rainbow (Kaede Fuyou)
  • Love-Bride Eve (Chiyo Hisuda)
  • Manatsu no Yoru no Yuki Monogatari (Koromo Kazamatsuri)
  • Appare! Tenka Gomen (Aya Igarashi)
2012

Theme song performance[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.axl-one.com/talent/goto.html
  2. ^ a b "Yūko Gotō profile at Production Baobab". Archived from the original on 23 August 2010. Retrieved 12 September 2010. 
  3. ^ Doi, Hitoshi. "Gotou Yuuko". Seiyuu Database. July 3, 2010. Accessed July 3, 2010. Archived by WebCite July 3, 2010.
  4. ^ 昔ばなし。, TSUBUYAKI (Goto's official blog), 9 July 2012
  5. ^ http://gph.sakura.ne.jp/va_memo/system/vadb.cgi?action=view_ind&value=00062&namecode=1
  6. ^ Nakagami, Yoshikatsu et al. "Shuffle!". (May 2007) Newtype USA. pp. 54–55.
  7. ^ Maeda, Hisashi et al. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya". (August 2007) Newtype USA. pp. 40–43.
  8. ^ Maeda, Hisashi. "The Official Art of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya". Newtype USA. 6 (11) pp. 133-139. November 2007. ISSN 1541-4817.

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