Keiko Han

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Keiko Han
Native name 潘 恵子
Born (1953-04-05) April 5, 1953 (age 62)
Shinbashi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Voice actress, actress, western astrologer
Years active 1977-present

Keiko Han (潘 恵子 Han Keiko?, born April 5, 1953 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese voice actress, actress and western astrologer of Taiwanese descent. She sang the theme songs in productions such as Story of the Alps: My Annette and Kazoku Robinson Hyōryūki Fushigi na Shima no Furōne. Han is a fortune teller of Western horoscopes, and has written several books on the subject. She is employed by the talent agency Never Land Arts, she was previously affiliated with Aoni Production & 81 Produce.[citation needed]

She is most known for the roles of Lalah Sune (Mobile Suit Gundam), Saori Kido (Saint Seiya), and Luna and Queen Beryl (Sailor Moon).

Han has a daughter, fellow voice actress Megumi Han.


TV anime[edit]


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Video games[edit]

Dubbing roles[edit]



Other voice over work[edit]


  • Crest of the Royal Family - Part. 1 (Carol)
  • Star Wars Story (Leia Organa)
  • CD Theater DragonQuest series (I-III Rubisu, IV Rosary)
  • Kishiwada-hakase no Kagakuteki Aijou (Miss Mellon)


Cover of Haha to Ko no Aishō Hoshi Uranai: Happy Ko Sodate Guide by Han.
  • Hoshizora no Yume (星空のゆめ?), ISBN 4-257-60003-9, Asahi Sonorama, 2000
  • Aijō Hoshi Uranai: Aishō no Ii Seiza o Miwakeruho (愛情星占い 相性のいい星座を見わける法?), ISBN 4-04-153401-1, Kadokawa Shoten, 2000
  • Haha to Ko no Aishō Hoshi Uranai: Happy Ko Sodate Guide (母と子の相性星うらない ハッピー子育てガイド?), ISBN 4-09-310123-X, Shogakukan, March 1999
  • Hello Kitty no Best Partner Hoshi Uranai Hoshi Uranai de Happy ni Naru (ハローキティのベスト・パートナー星占い 星占いでHappyになる?), ISBN 4-387-99097-X, Sanrio, December 1999 [1]
  • Hello Kitty no Eto: Horo Uranai: Jūnishi x Horoscope (ハローキティのえと ホロ占い 十二支×ホロスコープ?), ISBN 4-387-00056-2, Sanrio, September 2000 [2]

Photo books[edit]

  • Han Keiko
  • Han Tastic
  • Who Saw the Wind?
  • Tangram

Other works[edit]

  • The History of Yokosuka City Waterways (横須賀市水道の歴史 Yokosuka-shi Suidō no Rekishi?) (PR video)


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