Yuriko Fuchizaki

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Yuriko Fuchizaki (渕崎 ゆり子 Fuchizaki Yuriko?, born December 5, 1968) is a Japanese voice actress and stage actress from Tokyo. She is a graduate of the College of Fine Arts at Nihon University a member of the talent agency Re-max.[1] From 1987 to the beginning of 1989 her roles were credited under her real name (渕崎有里子) - the reading is unchanged.[2]

Fuchizaki's roles often range from young boys to cute girls. Her representative roles include Retsu of Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go!!, Ibuki of Maison Ikkoku, Kazuma of Ojarumaru, Li Kohran in the Sakura Wars series, Anthy in Revolutionary Girl Utena, and Loki in Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok.

Brief biography[edit]

Yuriko Fuchizaki's career is long in comparison to other voice actors of her generation - she began at the age of 10, dubbing films into Japanese for the talent agency Group Midori. Her anime debut came in 1984 with the role of Kishin Shinokawa in Persia, the Magic Fairy when she was in 10th grade.

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