Mami Koyama

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Mami Koyama
Native name 小山 茉美
Born (1955-01-17) January 17, 1955 (age 61)
Nishio, Aichi, Japan
Occupation Voice actress
Years active 1974–present[1]

Mami Koyama (小山 茉美 Koyama Mami?, born January 17, 1955 in Nishio, Aichi, Japan) is a Japanese voice actress affiliated with Aoni Production.[2] Her best-known voice roles include Ophiuchus Shaina in Saint Seiya, Arale Norimaki in Dr. Slump, Minky Momo in Magical Princess Minky Momo, Lunch in Dragon Ball, Korosuke in Kiteretsu Daihyakka and Ryoko Mendou in Urusei Yatsura. Some of her notable roles in the 1990s and 2000s anime include Balalaika in Black Lagoon, Talia Gladys in Gundam Seed, Eva Heinemann in Monster, and Yōko Itoigawa in Hyōka.[3] In feature films, she voiced Kei in Akira, and the adult Chiyoko Fujiwara in Millennium Actress.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Series Role Notes Source[4]
1975 Ikkyū-san Yayoi Kikyoya (young) [5]
1976 Gaiking Midori Fujiyama [5][6]
1976 Candy Candy Annie Brighton TV series [5][6]
1977 Wakusei Robo Danguard Ace Miraa [5][6]
1977 Attack on Tomorrow Mimi Hijiri [5][6]
1977 Arrow Emblem: Hawk of the Grand Prix Ouse Suzuko [5]
1977–80 Lupin the Third Part II Nina, Jeanne Ep. 68, 95 [5]
1978 Space Pirate Captain Harlock Laura, Lucia, Shiraku TV series [5]
1978 Haikara-san ga Tōru Larissa [5]
1978 One Million-Year Trip: Bander Book Mimuru [5][7]
1979 Anne of Green Gables Mini Mei Barry, Ruby Gillis [5]
1979 Mobile Suit Gundam Kycilia Zabi [5][6]
1979 Isabel in Paris
Pari no Isaberu
Isabel [5]
1979 Undersea Super Train: Marine Express Millie [5][6]
1980 The Wonderful Adventures of Nils Nils Holgerson [5][6]
1980 Maeterlinck's Blue Bird: Tyltyl and Mytyl's Adventurous Journey Mytyl [5]
1980 X-Bomber Lamia [5]
1980 Space Runaway Ideon Kiyaya Bufu [5][6]
1981–86 Dr. Slump Arale Norimaki 1st series [5][6]
1981 GoShogun Remy Shimada [5][6]
1981 Urusei Yatsura Ryoko Mendou [5][6]
1981 Queen Millennia Shinjo TV series [5][6]
1982–83 Magical Princess Minky Momo Minky Momo 1st anime series [6][8]
1982 Mysterious Cities of Gold Zia [5]
1983 Lady Georgie Catherine [5]
1984 Lupin III Part III Maria Ep. 48 [5]
1984 Galactic Patrol Lensman Clarisse Makudogaru [5][6]
1985 Magical Princess Minky Momo La Ronde in my Dream Minky Momo OVA [5][6]
1986–89 Dragon Ball Lunch, Arale Norimaki [5][6]
1986 Wonder Beat Scramble Lee [5][6]
1986 Maris the Chojo Maris OAV [6]
1986 Pelican Road Okazaki Kanako [6]
1986 Ai City K2 OVA [6]
1986 Anmitsu Hime Anmitsu Hime [5][6]
1986–89 Saint Seiya Shaina [6]
1987 Magical Princess Minky Momo Hitomi no Seiza Minky Momo SONG Special Minky Momo OVA [6]
1987–97 City Hunter series Miki [5][6]
1987 The Plot of the Fuma Clan Fujiko Mine OAV [6][9]
1988 High School Agent Sera OAV [6]
1988–96 Kiteretsu Daihyakka Korosuke
1988 Vampire Princess Miyu Se Himiko OAV series [5][6]
1988 Devil Lady Satoru [5][6]
1988 Legend of the Galactic Heroes Jessica Edwards [6]
1989 Goku Midnight Eye Yabuki Yohko [6]
1989 Riding Bean Semmerling [6]
1989–96 Dragon Ball Z Lunch [5][6]
1989 Fūma no Kojirō Ranko Yagyū [6]
1989–91 Ariel Mia Kishida OAV series Visual and Deluxe [6]
1989 Osamu Tezuka Story: I am Son Goku Kyoko Okamoto [5]
1990 Mu no Hakugei La Mere
1991 Oniisama e... Fukiko "Miya-sama" Ichinomiya [5]
1991 Magical Princess Minky Momo Hold on to Your Dreams Minky Momo (first) [6]
1993 Sailor Moon R Green Esmeraude [5][6]
1993 Battle Angel
(also Gunnm)
Chiren OVA [6]
1994 Minky Momo The Station of Your Memories Minky Momo (first) [5][6]
1996 Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team Karen Joshua [6]
1996–2000 Case Closed Vermouth [5][6]
1998 Silent Möbius Mana Isozaki [5][6]
1998 Virgin Fleet Kohka Hirose [6]
1998 Master Keaton Marguerite Ep. 22 [6]
2000 Lupin III television specials Cynthia Ep. Missed by a Dollar [5]
2001 The Family's Defensive Alliance Seiko Daichi [5]
2000 The Candidate for Goddess Narrator, Rill Croford Also OAV [5]
2001 Haré+Guu Damas Also OAV [5]
2001 Shaman King Lilirara [5]
2001 Vampiyan Kids Sue [5]
2002 Genma Wars Princess Luna [5][6]
2002 The Twelve Kingdoms Jyoei [5]
2002–08 Saint Seiya Hades Shaina [6]
2002 Space Pirate Captain Herlock: The Endless Odyssey Queen of the Ruins, Moon Princess OAV [6]
2003 Air Master Yuki Minaguchi [5][6]
2003 Ninja Scroll: The Series Nubatama TV series [5][6]
2004–05 Monster Eva Heinemann [5][6]
2004 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny Talia Gladys [5]
2004 Diebuster Shop Owner Ep. 1
2005 Angel Heart Miki [5]
2006 Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales Oiwa Tamiya Yotsuya Kaidan episodes [5][6]
2006 Black Lagoon Balalaika [5][6]
2008 Casshern Sins Leda [5]
2009 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Pinako Rockbell (young) [5]
2010 Rainbow: Nisha Rokubō no Shichinin Naoko Yamauchi [5]
2010 Tegami Bachi: Reverse Niche's sister [5]
2011 Nichijou Manga manuscript paper Ep. 20 [5][6]
2011 Mai no Mahō to Katei no Hi Hotaru [10]
2012–13 Saint Seiya Omega Shaina [5][6]
2012 Hyōka Yōko Itoigawa [5]
2014–15 Sailor Moon Crystal Queen Serenity
2015 Lance N' Masques Tafei [5][11][12]
2016 Naruto: Shippuden Kaguya Otsutsuki
2016 Tales of Zestiria the X Maltran
2016 Dragon Ball Super Arale Norimaki Ep. 69

Feature films[edit]

List of voice performances in feature films
Year Series Role Notes Source[4][13]
1980 Toward the Terra Karina [5][6]
1981 Doraemon: The Records of Nobita, Spaceblazer Klem [5]
1981 The Sea Prince and the Fire Child Malta [5]
1981–94 Dr. Slump films Arale Norimaki Also Abale-chan short in 2007 [5]
1982 Queen Millennia Shinjo [5][6]
1982 Andromeda Stories Afuru
1983 Harmagedon: The Great Battle with Genma Princess Luna [5][6]
1984 Doraemon: Nobita's Great Adventure into the Underworld Miyoko [5]
1985 Urusei Yatsura 3: Remember My Love Ryoko Mendou [6][14]
1985 The Dagger of Kamui Yuki [6]
1986 Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies Pasta [5]
1986 Phoenix: Ho-ō Buchi [15]
1987 Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle Lunch [5]
1988 Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure Lunch, Arale Norimaki
1988 Akira Kei [5][6][16]
1989 Isewan Taifu Monogatari
ja:伊勢湾台風物語
Hikari
1991 Magical Taluluto Nushiarde [6]
1996 X Karen Kasumi [6]
1998 The 08th MS Team: Miller's Report Karen Joshua [6]
1998 Mars Brigade Dana site 999.9
ja:火聖旅団 ダナサイト999.9
Photon [6]
2001 Metropolis Enmy [5][6]
2001 The Siamese: First Mission Naomi [5]
2002 Millennium Actress Chiyoko Fujiwara (20-40s) [5][6][17][18]
2004 Appleseed Athena Areios [5]
2006 Magical Witch Punie-chan Esmeralda Tanaka
2009 Case Closed: The Raven Chaser Vermouth [5][6]
2009 Yona Yona Penguin Coco's mother [5]
2016 Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare Vermouth [19]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Series Role Notes Source[4]
1992 Snatcher Metal Gear PC Engine [5][6]
1996 4th Super Robot Wars Scramble Saphine Grace, Remy Shimada PlayStation [6]
1997 Super Robot Wars F PlayStation, Sega Saturn [6]
1998 Dead or Alive Tina Armstrong PlayStation [5][6]
2005 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 Lunch PS1/PS2 [5]
2006 Mobile Suit Gundam: Climax U.C. Karen, Kishiria PlayStation 2 [6]
2006 Brave Story: New Traveler Kutz [5]
2007 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 Arale Norimaki, Lunch [5]
2010 Valkyria Chronicles II Clementia Foerster [5]
2010 God of War III Hera Japanese dub for Adrienne Barbeau [5]
2011 Valkyria Chronicles III Clementia Foerster [5]
2014–15 Sailor Moon Crystal series Queen Serenity [5]
2015 Tales of Zestiria Maltran [5][20]
2016 Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Kaguya Ōtsutsuki [21]


Audio dramas[edit]

List of dub performances in audio dramas
Series Role Notes Source[4]
Cutie Tenshi (Angel) Chougouka Yume no Saiten Piyo chan [6]
Gunhed Bebe [6]
Izumi Gensenki -Meidouhen- Kurumigawa Midori [6]
Lips the Agent Ai [6]
Silent Mobius: Mobius Collage Isozaki Mana [6]
Silent Mobius: Silent Lovers Isozaki Mana [6]

Overseas dubbing[edit]

List of dub performances in overseas productions
Title Role Voice dub for Source[4][22][13]
20 30 40 Lily Sylvia Chang
9½ Weeks Elizabeth McGraw Kim Basinger
A Thousand Acres Rose Cook Lewis Michelle Pfeiffer
American Beauty Carolyn Burnham Annette Bening
An Ideal Husband Chivuri Julianne Moore
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery Alotta Fagina Fabiana Udenio
Baywatch Stephanie
Beautiful Joe Hush Sharon Stone
Boomerang Jacqueline Robin Givens
Broadcast News Jane Holly Hunter
Celebrity Robin Judy Davis
Central Station Eleni Marília Pêra
Charlie's Angels Cheryl Ladd
Commando Cindy Rae Dawn Chong
Crime and Punishment in Suburbia Maggie Ellen Barkin
Dangerous Minds LouAnne Johnson Michelle Pfeiffer
Death Race Hennessy Joan Allen
Desperate Housewives Mary Alice Young Brenda Strong
Dragonball: Evolution Narrator [23]
Drop Dead Fred Elizabeth Phoebe Cates
Father's Day Carrie Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Fool for Love May Kim Basinger
G.I. Joe Scarlett 1985 animated TV series [6]
Haute Cuisine Hortense Laborie Catherine Frot
Hollywoodland Toni Diane Lane
Hook Moira Caroline Goodall
Housesitter Goldie Hawn
Identity Caroilne Rebecca de Mornay
In the Cut Frannie Avery Meg Ryan
J'ai Rencontré Le Père Noël Marian Karen Cheryl
Jumper Mary Diane Lane
Kill Bill Oren Ishii Lucy Liu
Les Anges Gardiens Regina Eva Grimaldi
Little Man Tate Didi Tate Jodie Foster
Lorenzo's Oil Mikera Susan Sarandon
Miller's Crossing Verna Bernbaum Marcia Gay Harden
Mimic 2 Remy Alix Koromuzei
Mrs. Doubtfire Miranda Sally Field
Oldboy Hyonja Myeong-shin Park
Palmetto Rae Elisabeth Shue
Practical Magic Gillian Owens Nicole Kidman
Romy and Michele's High School Reunion Romy Mira Sorvino
Running With Scissors Deirdre Annette Bening
Seinfeld Elaine Benes Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Snow White (2001 film) Elspeth Miranda Richardson
The Banger Sisters Susette Goldie Hawn
The Bourne Legacy Pamela Randy Joan Allen
The Bourne Supremacy Pamela Randy Joan Allen
The Bourne Ultimatum Pamela Randy Joan Allen
The Day After Tomorrow Lucy Sela Ward
The Devil and Ms. D Cora Corinna Harufofu
The Flintstones Betty Rosie O'Donnell
The Getaway Carol McCoy Kim Basinger
The Long Kiss Goodnight Samantha & Charlie Geena Davis
The Out-of-Towners Nancy Goldie Hawn
The Specialist Sharon Stone
The Thieves Chewing Gum Kim Hae-sook
The Truth About Cats & Dogs Abbey Janeane Garofalo
Untold Scandal Cho Fujin Lee Mi Sook
Up Close & Personal Sally "Tally" Atwater Michelle Pfeiffer
Venus Beauty Institute Angeles Nathalie Baye
WALL-E Axiom's computer Sigourney Weaver [5]
What Lies Beneath Claire Spencer Michelle Pfeiffer
The Land Before Time XI: Invasion of the Tinysauruses Tria
The Land Before Time XII: The Great Day of the Flyers Tria

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Doi, Hitoshi. "Koyama Mami (小山茉美) – Personal Information". Hitoshi Doi's Seiyuu Database. Retrieved August 12, 2015. 
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  18. ^ Beck 2005, p. 369
  19. ^ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-12-01/20th-detective-conan-film-title-visual-story-unveiled/.95985
  20. ^ "Mami Koyama Voices Maltran in Tales of Zestiria PS3 Game". Anime News Network. July 9, 2014. Retrieved August 13, 2015. 
  21. ^ CyberConnect2 (2016). Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. Bandai Namco Entertainment. Scene: Closing credits, Japanese cast. 
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  23. ^ "Dragonball's Toriyama Sketches Ayumi Hamasaki as Goku (Updated)". Anime News Network. February 3, 2009. Retrieved August 13, 2015. 
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