Megumi Ogata

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Megumi Ogata
緒方 恵美
Born (1965-06-09) June 9, 1965 (age 54)
NationalityJapanese
Other names
  • em:óu
  • Emi Ogata
  • Em:óu
  • Em:Óu
  • Emi:Óu
  • Megumi Emi Ogata
  • Megumi Emi Ogata:Óu
  • Emóu
Alma materTokai University
Occupation
Years active1981–present
Notable credit(s)
Height170 cm (5 ft 7 in)
Websitewww.emou.net

Megumi Ogata (緒方 恵美, Ogata Megumi, born June 9, 1965) is a Japanese voice actress and singer-songwriter from the Greater Tokyo Area.[1] As a singer, she goes by the name em:óu. She attended Tokai University, but left due to lack of interest. She is also best known for voicing Makoto Naegi and Nagito Komaeda in the Danganronpa series, Kurama in Yu Yu Hakusho, Shinji Ikari in Neon Genesis Evangelion, Yugi Mutou and Dark Yugi in Yu-Gi-Oh!, and Yukito Tsukishiro/Yue in Cardcaptor Sakura.

Biography[edit]

Ogata began working as a musical actress, attending the same classes alongside Rumi Kasahara and Shiho Niiyama. She used to be affiliated with Aoni Production. Because of her husky voice, she is often typecast as either young men and boys or tomboyish females (a famous example of this being Sailor Uranus, a popular character from Sailor Moon, known for being a charming tomboy in her civilian form). It is also because of this that she is sometimes referred as "Aniki" ("Big Brother" in Japanese, usually used in gangs) by fans. She married for the second time on April 1, 2004 and appeared with Ichirou Mizuki on NHK's second anime song marathon on April 30.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

Year Title Role(s) Ref.
1992 YuYu Hakusho Minamino Shūichi, Masaru's Mother, Kurama[2]
1993 Ghost Sweeper Mikami Yokoshima's mother, high-leg ghost, Headmaster (young), others
Dragon Ball Z Grandma
Jungle King Tar-chan Cima Marceau
Slam Dunk Takenori Akagi (young)
1993–97 Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon Haruka Tenoh/Sailor Uranus,[2] Vampire, Seirēn, Petz
1994 Captain Tsubasa J Jun Misugi (young)
Magic Knight Rayearth Emeraude, Eagle Vision
Yamato Takeru Roka
Doraemon Naoko, Boy
Ginga Sengoku Gun'yūden Rai Hiryu
1995 Neon Genesis Evangelion Shinji Ikari [2]
Sorcerer Hunters Mille Feuille
Zenki Anju, Akira Gouki
1996 Detective Conan Ayako Nagai
B't X Karen
Alice in Cyberland Charlie
Violinist of Hameln Sizer
1997 Virus Buster Serge Leon
Vampire Princess Miyu Reiha, Matsukaze
Clamp School Detectives Akira Kisaragi
1998 Cardcaptor Sakura Yukito Tsukishiro, Yue
Devilman Lady Aoi Kurosaki
Android Announcer Maico 2010 Ryoko Masudamasu
Flame of Recca Aki
Yu-Gi-Oh! Yugi Mutou
1999 Jibaku-kun Dead
Gokudo the Adventurer Miroku
Great Teacher Onizuka Juria Murai
Hoshin Engi Fugen Shinjin
Neo Ranga Myō Ōmori
Karakurizōshi Ayatsuri Sakon Sakon Tachibana
Power Stone WangTang
2000 Ghost Stories Akane of the Broadcast Room
2001 Hiwou War Chronicles Arisaka
Project ARMS Al Bowen
2002 Full Moon o Sagashite Izumi Lio
GetBackers Clayman
Hanada Shōnen Shi Hitomi
Samurai Deeper Kyo Sanada Yukimura, Anayama Kosuke
Tokyo Mew Mew Masaya Aoyama, the Blue Knight, Deep Blue
UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie Valkyrie, Valkyrie Ghost
2003 Detective School Q Kyū Renjō
2004 Black Jack Keaton
2005 Elemental Gelade Rasati Tigres
2006 Angel Heart Yáng Fāng-Yù
Black Jack 21 various minor roles
Majime ni Fumajime Kaiketsu Zorori Prince
2007 Kyoshiro to Towa no Sora Waruteishia
Bleach Tier Harribel
2008 S · A: Special A Satoru Takishima
2010 Angel Beats! Ayato Naoi [2]
Super Robot Wars Original Generation: The Inspector Lin Mao
2011 Nichijou String of flags at episode 13
Tamayura ~Hitotose~ Fu's mother
2012 Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate Oboro Yumeshima
Medaka Box Abnormal Kumagawa Misogi
2013 Danganronpa: The Animation Makoto Naegi
Devil Survivor 2: The Animation Child Yamato Hotsuin
2014 Chaika - The Coffin Princess Ricardo Gavarni
Hamatora: The Animation Momoka
Tokyo ESP Ayumu Oozora
2015–16 Assassination Classroom Itona Horibe
2016 Aokana: Four Rhythm Across the Blue Aoi Kagami
Divine Gate Narrator
Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School Makoto Naegi, Nagito Komaeda
Magical Girl Raising Project Musician of the Forest, Cranberry
Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars Johann
2017 Konohana Kitan Tsubasa, Okami
Kino's Journey -the Beautiful World- the Animated Series Sou
2018 Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Yukito Tsukishiro, Yue
Hakumei and Mikochi Kobone Master
Magical Girl Ore Ichigou Fujimoto
Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion Shinji Ikari [3]
2019 Kengan Ashura Ryo Inaba
Phantasy Star Online 2: Episode Oracle Xion [4]
2020 Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun Hanako

OVA[edit]

1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
2011
2012
2017

Anime films[edit]

Video games[edit]

Tokusatsu[edit]

Dubbing[edit]

Live-action[edit]

Others[edit]

DRAMA CD[edit]

  • 「Kasoke ☆ Yuu ☆ Hakusho」Series 「幽☆遊☆白書シリーズ」 (Zou-Ba)
  • Rurou Ni Kenshin 〜 Meiji Kenkaku Roman Tan 「るろうに剣心〜明治剣客浪漫譚」 (Himura Kenshin)
  • Tenba No Ketsuzoku 「天馬の血族」 (Aruto Jin)
  • Time Leap 「タイム・リープ」 (Wakamatsu Kazuhiko)
  • Hana No Asuka Gumi Gaiden 「花のあすか組! 外伝」 (Kuraku Asuka)
  • 「Dear」Series 「Dearシリーズ」 (Kisaki Sumeragi)
  • Toki No Daichi 「刻の大地」 (Jendo)
  • Tentai Gikai 「天体議会」 (Mizu Hasu)
  • Shōnen Shinka-Ron 「少年進化論」 (Fujisaki Sana)
  • Fushigi Yuuki 〜 Genbu Kaiden 「ふしぎ遊戯〜玄武開伝」 (Shitsu yado)
  • Kaze No Oukoku 「風の王国」 (Ri Suiran)
  • Gakuen Kaku Meiden Mitsurugi 「学園革命伝ミツルギ」 (Mitsurugi Chiruchiru)
  • Ray Sweeper 「レイスイーパー」 (Ken Shin)
  • Shiritsu Kurearu Gakuen 「私立クレアール学園」 (Hyōdō Takaiku)
  • Ginga Tetsudou No Yoru 「銀河鉄道の夜」 (Tadashi)
  • 「Shuuen No Shiori」 Series 「終焉ノ栞」シリーズ」 (A-ya)
  • Ima, Ai Ni Yukimasu 「いま、会いにゆきます」 (Aio Yuuji)
  • Radical Hospital 「ラディカル・ホスピタル」 (Yonezawa Amerika)
  • Love Cuisine 〜 Monster Recipe 〜 「Love Cuisnie〜モンスターズ・レシピ〜」 (Rubinou & Koruri)
  • Grand Stage 「グラン・ステージ」 (Akihiro Akito)
  • Fate/Prototype: Fragments of Sky Silver 「フェイト/プロトタイプ 蒼銀のフラグメンツ」(Moses)

[8]

Broadcast radio[edit]

  • Ogata Megumi no MUSIC COAST
  • Ogata Megumi no Ginga ni Hoero! (1996–1998)
  • Ogata Megumi no Ai daze!BABY!
  • Kyou wa Ichinichi Anison Zanmai S.S.

Internet radio show[edit]

  • Ogata Megumi no Himitsu no Ha・Na・Zo・N
  • Ogata vs Domon MOEMOEWoo!toko-gumi! (M.O.Bay)
  • Bara Iro Tengoku (M.O.Bay)

Personal show[edit]

  • Love Letter
  • Ogata Megumi no Tsuki no Yoru ni Ai ma Show

Full CDs[edit]

Singles[edit]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Result
1994 17th Anime Grand Prix Voice actor of the Year Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ogata Megumi". Hitoshi Doi. Retrieved January 22, 2010.
  2. ^ a b c d "Eva Voice Actress Megumi Ogata to Perform at CNAnime". Anime News Network. Retrieved May 11, 2016.
  3. ^ "Shinji Ikari to Make Guest Appearance in Shinkalion 31st Episode as Evangelion Shinkansen Pilot". Crunchyroll. Retrieved March 20, 2019.
  4. ^ "Phantasy Star Online 2: Episode Oracle Anime Reveals Cast, Staff, 25-Episode Length, October Premiere". Anime News Network. July 14, 2019.
  5. ^ https://mobile.twitter.com/Megumi_Ogata/status/1090986789781700608
  6. ^ "サイバーネット[吹]". Star Channel. Retrieved May 7, 2019.
  7. ^ "シャザム!". Fukikaeru. Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  8. ^ http://www.emou.net/works/

External links[edit]