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Kotono Mitsuishi
三石 琴乃
Born (1967-12-08) December 8, 1967 (age 54)
Occupation
Years active1989–present
Notable credit(s)
Height160 cm (5 ft 3 in)
Children1
Websitekotochawan.com

Kotono Mitsuishi (三石 琴乃, Mitsuishi Kotono, born December 8, 1967) is a Japanese voice actress, actress, singer, and narrator.[2] She was affiliated with Arts Vision and Lasley Arrow, but is now freelance. Mitsuishi lived in Nagareyama, Chiba. She graduated from high school and entered the Katsuta Voice Actor's Academy in 1986. She is well known for her roles as Usagi Tsukino in Sailor Moon, Misato Katsuragi in Neon Genesis Evangelion, Boa Hancock in One Piece, Murrue Ramius, Haro and Narrator in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, and Mei Mei in Jujutsu Kaisen.

Early life[edit]

Kotono Mitsuishi was born on December 8, 1967 in Toda, Saitama Prefecture and raised in Tokyo, Japan. She graduated high school in 1986 and later entered the Katsuta Seiyū Academy. She then debuted as Seiyū in 1989. She is also known for her role of Sailor Moon in the manga and anime series of the same name since 1992. In 2011, she was the voice of Hummy in Suite PreCure.

Personal life[edit]

She is married with one daughter.

Filmography[edit]

Television anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[2]
1990 Samurai Pizza Cats Oishi, Okoto [2][3]
1990 Mashin Hero Wataru 2
1990 Idol Angel Yokoso Yoko Kotono Episodes 10, 39 [3]
1990 Karasu Tengu Kabuto Handmaiden
1991 Goldfish Warning! Tamiko Umino Episode 27
1991 Kinkyu Hasshin Saver Kids Reporter Episode 43
1991 Future GPX Cyber Formula Asuka Sugo Also 11, ZERO, SAGA, SIN, Early Days Renewal OVAs [2][4][3]
1991–92 Jankenman Chokkin Also Jankenman: Kaijudaikessen OVA [2][4][3]
1991–92 High School Mystery: Gakuen Nanafushigi Yukari Kawai, female student B [2][4]
1991–92 Dear Brother Female Student A, Student B, Theater Club Student Episodes 1, 8, 16, 27 [4]
1991–92 Magical Princess Minky Momo: Hold on to Your Dreams Ma-shika Episode 7 [3]
1991–92 Genji Tsushin Agedama Ibuki Heike [2][4][3]
1992–93 Floral Magician Mary Bell Ribbon, Tap [2][4][3][5]
1992–93 Sailor Moon Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon [2][4][3]
1992–93 Tetsujin 28-go FX Ranfa [3]
1992 Maruboshi Mabo-chan (ja) Tsubaki-chan Episode 14 [3]
1992–94 "Get a Grip, Tsuyoshi!" (ja) Yumi Watanabe [2][4][3]
1993–96 Miracle☆Girls Mai Motoki Episode 47 [4][3]
1993–96 The Irresponsible Captain Tylor Lt. Kyunghwa Kim Also OVA [2][4][3]
1993–94 Sailor Moon R Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon [2][4][3]
1993–94 Yaiba Sayaka Mine [2][4][3]
1993 Nintama Rantaro Yamaguki, Ayaka [2][3]
1993–94 Jungle King Tar-chan Helen Noguchi [2][4][3]
1994–95 Sailor Moon S Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon [2][4][3]
1994–95 Rai: Galactic Civil War Chronicle/Thunder Jet Princess Simone [4][3]
1994–95 Macross 7 Commander Chlore [4][3]
1994–95 Blue Seed Kome Sawaguchi Also Blue Seed: Beyond [2][4][6]
1995 Kishin Doji Zenki Nagi [4][3]
1995 Sailor Moon SuperS Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon Also SuperS Plus and Specials [2][3]
1995–96 Wedding Peach Potamos [2][4][3]
1995–96 Neon Genesis Evangelion Misato Katsuragi [2][4][3]
1996 Bucket de Gohan (ja) Mint [2][4][3]
1996–97 Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon, Chibichibi [2][4][3]
1996 After War Gundam X Toniya Malme [2][4][3]
1996 Those Who Hunt Elves Celcia Marieclaire [2][4][3]
1997–02 Pocket Monsters Metamon Episodes 37, 136 [2][3]
1997 Haunted Junction Haruto's mother [3]
1997 Maze (TV) Maze (female), Mei Ikaruga Sequel to Maze (OVA) [2][4][3]
1997 Revolutionary Girl Utena Juri Arisugawa [2][4][3]
1997 Hyper Police Fonne Walkure [2][4][3]
1997–98 Hare Tokidoki Buta Ms. Kazuko [2][4][3]
1997–98 Flame of Recca Kage Hoshi/Kagero Also Final Burning OVA [2][4][3]
1997–97 Those Who Hunt Elves 2 Celcia Marieclaire [2][4][3]
1997–98 Vampire Princess Miyu Mayumi, Shinma Ayu Episode 17 [4]
1998–99 Fushigi Mahou Fan Fan Pharmacy Amane, Rikku Part of Anime Shukan DX! Mi-Pha-Pu [4]
Heli-Tako Pu-Chan Porori [2][4]
Kocchi Muite! Miiko Mama [2][4]
1998 Fancy Lala Ryoko Anzai Episode 6 [4]
1998 The Secrets of Akko-chan Millefeil Kaito 1998 Remake, Episode 38–39 [3]
1998–00 Cardcaptor Sakura Maki Matsumoto Episodes 5, 28, 34 [4][3]
1998 Sentimental Journey Serizawa Kotone Episode 3 [4][3]
1998 Knight Hunters Noi, Asuka Murase, Kyouko Also Knight Hunters Eternity [4][3]
1998 Kindaichi Case Files: The File of Young Kindaichi Kyouka Mori, Tateha Madarame Black Butterfly Murder File Arc, Episodes 43–45 [3]
1998–present Crayon Shin-chan Masumi Ageo First appears in Episode 281 [2][3]
1998–99 Orphen Leticia MacCredy [4]
1998–present Ojarumaru Princess Okame, Hoshino's Mama, Aka Murasaki Shikibu, Nomi Nomiyama, Tomi Nomiyama [2][4]
1998–99 Steam Detectives Aishii Episode 25 [4][3]
1999–00 Phantom Thief Jeanne Saki Matsubara Episode 12 [4][3]
1999–00 Corrector Yui Freeze [2][4][3]
1999–00 Monster Farm: Enbanseki no Himitsu Pixy (Venus) Episodes 7, 10–11, 14, 20, 28–33, 35–37 [2][4][3]
1999–00 Great Teacher Onizuka Urumi Kanzaki Episodes 16–19 [2][4][3]
1999–00 Orphen: The Revenge Leticia MacCredy [4]
1999–00 Excel Saga Excel [2][4][3]
1999 Oruchuban Ebichu Ebichu [2][4][3]
2000–02 Daa! Daa! Daa! (UFO Baby) Akira Kizyo [4][3]
2000 Hidamari no Ki Oshina Episodes 5–7, 10–11, 17, 21 [2][4]
2000 Gensomaden Saiyuki Shunhua Episode 19 [3]
2000–01 Gear Fighter Dendoh Vega/Orie Kusanagi, narrator, announcer [2][3]
2000–01 Ghost Stories Kayako Miyanoshita
2000 Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns Domino TV Special [2][3]
2001 Tales of Eternia Ekusushia [2][4][3]
2001 Angelic Layer: Mobile Angel Shouko Asami [2][4][3]
2001 Noir Mireille Bouquet, Odette Bouquet [2][4][3]
2001 Steel Angel Kurumi 2 Misaki Kagura [4][3]
2001 Parappa The Rapper Witch Episode 28
2001 Fruits Basket Kagura Soma [2][4][3]
2001–02 A Little Snow Fairy Sugar Ginger Also Summer Special [2][4][3]
2002 Jing: King of Bandits Izarra Episode 8 [4][3]
2002–03 Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning Madoka Narumi [2][4][3]
2002–03 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Murrue Ramius, Haro, Ezaria Joule, narrator Also Special Edition [2][3]
2002–03 Knight Hunters: Eternity Noi, Asuka Murase, Kyouko Sequel to Knight Hunters [3]
2002 Pokémon: Advanced Challenge Kuruyo Episode 76 [2][3]
2002 Gag Manga Biyori (2002 Jump Festa Special) Masuda Kouske aka Suzy
2003–04 Kaleido Star: New Wings Cathy Taymor Also Legend of Phoenix OVA [2]
2003–06 Zatch Bell! Elle Chivas, Riya First appears in Episode 120 [2]
2003–04 Detective School Q Hitomi Tachikawa Episodes 33–34 [3]
2003 Sumeba Miyako no Cosmos-so Suttoko Taisen Dokkoida Sayuri Yurine, Hiyashinsu [2][4][3]
2003–04 Fullmetal Alchemist Gracia Hughes Also Conqueror of Shamballa Movie [2][4][3]
2004 Paranoia Agent Harumi Chono/Maria Episodes 2–3 [4][3]
2004 Legendz: Tale of the Dragon Kings Killbeat Episodes 25–26, 29–30 [4]
2004 Madlax Margaret's mother Episode 21 [4]
2004–05 Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple Count Hobari's wife Episodes 36–39 [4]
2004–05 Tactics Kyouko Suzakuin Episodes 10–11 [4][3]
2004–05 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny Murrue Ramius, Haro, narrator Also Special Edition and Final Plus: The Chosen Future OVA [2][4][3]
2005 Mahoraba ~Heartful days~ Yu Minazuki [4]
2005 Buzzer Beater Sarah Episode 1 [4]
2005–present Doraemon Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) 2005 Reboot [2][4]
2005–06 The Snow Queen Aunete Episode 5 [4]
2005 Ah My Buddha Miyako Amanogawa [4]
2005 Moeyo Ken Kaoru's mother Episode 6 [4]
2005 Angel Heart Reiko Kawamoto Episodes 47–49 [4]
2005–06 IGPX Immortal Grand Prix Judy Highsmith Japanese dub [4]
2006 Ah My Buddha Season 2 Miyako Amanogawa [4]
2006 Detective Conan Rena Mizunashi/Kir, Yuri Konno First appears in Episode 217 [2][4][3]
2006 Love Get Chu Eri Daimon [2][4]
2006 Koi Suru Tenshi Angelique: Kokoro no Mezameru Toki Rosalia de Catargena [2][4]
2006 Gin'iro no Olynssis Dominique [4]
2007 Koi Suru Tenshi Angelique: Kagayaki no Ashita Rosalia de Catargena [2][4]
2007 Nodame Cantabile Seiko Miyoshi [2][4]
2007 El Cazador de la Bruja Chairperson Episodes 11–12, 15, 19, 21, 25 [2][4]
2007 Claymore Jean [2][4][3]
2007–08 Mokke Chitose Hibara [2][4][7]
2007 Kindaichi Case Files: The Case of the Vampire Legend Murder Aoko Minato TV Specials
2008 Zenryoku Usagi (ja) Nee-san, Socho's Children [2][4]
2008 Nabari no Ou Hanabusa Seki
2008 Real Drive Rinko Kuonji Episodes 8, 25 [4]
2008 Kemeko Deluxe! Kiriko [4]
2008 Nodame Cantabile: Paris Seiko Miyoshi [2][4]
2009 Slayers Evolution-R Gduza [4]
2009 Charger Girl, Ju-den Chan Narration, Shop manager [4][3]
2009–present One Piece Boa Hancock Appeared in Episode 409 [2][8]
2009–10 Kokekko-san (ja) Kokekkou-san Also Ohayou! Kokekkou-san [2][4]
2011 Is This a Zombie? Delusion Eucliwood Episode 1 [4]
2011–12 Suite PreCure Hummy [2][4]
2011 Baka and Test – Summon the Beasts Season 2 Aoi Kogure Episode 12 [4]
2011 Ganon Hojo Episodes 7, 10 [4]
2011–14 Hunter × Hunter (2011) Cocco, Live Announcer First appears in Episode 27 [2][4]
2012 Daily Lives of High School Boys Homeroom teacher [2][4]
2012–13 Chitose Get You!! Asako Fuji Also Asako Get You!! OVAs [2][4]
2012 Naruto: Shippuden Shiseru Episodes 290–295 [2][9]
2013 Date A Live Narration [4][3]
2013 Blood Lad Neyn [2][4][3]
2013 Gaist Crusher Rounder [2][4]
2013 Wanna Be the Strongest in the World Announcer Episodes 10–12 [4]
2013–14 Gundam Build Fighters Rinko Iori, Lucas Kankaansyrjä, Murrue Ramius [2][4][10]
2014 Insufficient Direction (ja) End-card narration Episodes 11, 13 [4]
2014 Love Live! Season 2 Nico's mother Episode 13 [4][3]
2014 Date A Live II Narration [4][3]
2014–15 Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon ONA
Season 1&2 (Dark Kingdom and Black Moon arc)
[2][4]
2014–15 Cross Ange: Rondo of Angels and Dragons Aura Episode 25 [3][11]
2014 I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying Hajime's Mother [4]
2015 Kamisama Kiss ◎ Mizutama
2016 Assassination Classroom Season 2 Hiromi Shiota First appears in Episode 9 [2][4]
2016 KonoSuba: God's Blessing on This Wonderful World! Succubus receptionist Episode 9 [4][3]
2016 Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal Season III Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon TV Anime (Death Busters arc) [2][4]
2016 The Morose Mononokean Tomori Episodes 11–12 [4][12]
2016 Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School Peko Pekoyama Despair and Hope arcs [4][13]
2016 Ohayou! Kokekkou-san (ja) Kokekkou-san [2]
2016 Cheating Craft Teacher Oh, narration [2][4][14]
2016 Time Bokan 24 Florence Nightingale Episode 23
2017 Schoolgirl Strikers Morgana [2][4]
2017 Tsugumomo Kanaka Kagami [4][15]
2017 Aikatsu Stars! Yukie Grace Forte
2017 Eromanga Sensei Narration
2017 Elegant Yokai Apartment Life Mariko [16]
2017 Girls' Last Tour Ishii Episode 6 [3]
2017 The Ancient Magus' Bride Rahab Episode 10
2018 Pop Team Epic Pipimi Episode 12a
2018 Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion Misato Katsuragi Cameo, Episode 31 [17]
2018–21 Zombie Land Saga Tae Yamada [18]
2019 Pastel Memories Udonchan
2019 Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious Mitis [19]
2020 Plunderer Firenda [20]
2020 Tsugu Tsugumomo Kanaka Kagami [4]
2020 Princess Connect! Re:Dive Mitsuki [21]
2020 Deca-Dence Munin [22]
2020 The Gymnastics Samurai Tomoyo Aragaki [23]
2021 Jujutsu Kaisen Mei Mei [24]
2021 Shaman King Sati [25]

Original video animation (OVA)[edit]

List of voice performances in OVAs
Year Title Role Notes Source
1989–90 Ace o Nerae! Final Stage Tomoyo Debut role [4]
1990 My Daddy Long Legs lady, nurse, student, customer Part of World Masterpiece Theater Series [3]
1990–92 Tales Trilogy: Tales of Titillation Chami, girl A Adult Video [3]
1990 Furiten-kun Yumiko
1990–91 Cyber City Oedo 808 Woman [4][3]
1990 Nineteen19 Yuko [4][3]
1990 New Dream Hunter Rem: The Knights Around Her Bed Doll
1991 Dark Warrior Pamela [3]
1991 Blazing Transfer Student Schoolgirl D
1991–91 Tales of Yajikita College Student Episode 2 [3]
1991–93 The Heroic Legend of Arslan Estelle de la Fano [2][3]
1991 Tales of Seduction Tomoko Adult Video [3]
1992 Sequence female student A [3]
1992 Babel II Juju [3]
1992–93 Gorillaman Kaori Kitamura [4]
1992 Aoi Sei: Angie & Rose (Cream Lemon) Angie Adult Video [4]
1992–92 Jankenman: Kaijudaikessen Chokkin Sequel to Jankenman [2][3]
1992 Future GPX Cyber Formula: 11 Asuka Sugo [2][3]
1992–93 Ys II: Castle in the Heavens Lilia [2][3]
1993 Ambassador Magma Imai Midori Episode 8 [4]
1993 Alien Defender Geo-Armor: Kishin Corps Fay [3]
1993 Dragon Half Mink [2][4][3]
1993 The Fashion Boy Is Cool Kotobuki Fujiya Part of Margaret Video Series [4]
1993 NG Knight Ramune & 40 DX Mountain Dew Silver [2][3]
1993–95 Idol Defense Force Hummingbird Satsuki Toreishi [2][4][3]
1993 Suikoden Demon Century Kiyomi Suga [3]
1993–94 My My Mai Yua
1994 Future GPX Cyber Formula: Zero Asuka Sugo [2][3]
1994–97 Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Season 3 Katerose von Kreuzer First appears in Episode 55 [3]
1994–95 Phantom Quest Corp. Nanami Rokugou Episodes 2–4 [3]
1994–96 Yamato 2520 Maki [2][4][3]
1995 Makeruna! Makendô Mai Tsurugino [3]
1995 Tokyo Revelation Saki Yagami [3]
1995 Macross 7: Encore Commander Chlore [3]
1995 Compiler 2 Nerima Queen [3]
1996–98 Power Dolls: Project a Yao Fei-Lun [4][3][26]
1996 Future GPX Cyber Formula: Early Days Renewal Asuka Sugo [2][3]
1996 Maze (OVA) Maze (female) [2][3]
1996–98 Blue Seed: Beyond Kome Sawaguchi Sequel to Blue Seed [2][3]
1996–97 Birdy the Mighty Birdy [2][4][3]
1996 Future GPX Cyber Formula: Saga Asuka Sugo [2][3]
1996–97 Variable Geo Yuka Takeuchi [2][3]
1996–97 Gall Force: The Revolution Rabby [3]
1996–97 Wedding Peach DX Potamos/Hiromi Kawanami Sequel to Wedding Peach [2][3]
1997 I Dream of Mimi (Buttobi!! CPU) Quadra Nackintosh Adult Video [3]
1997–98 Voogie's Angel Rebecca Sweet Heisen [2][3]
1998 Very Private Lesson Teacher Satsuki
1998 Future GPX Cyber Formula: Sin Asuka Sugo [2][3]
1999 Time Ranger Cesar Boy no Bouken: Roma Teikoku-hen (ja) Karen Glory
1999–02 Ten Tokyo Warriors Hakiri [2]
2000 Angelique: Shiroi Tsubasa no Memoir Rosalia de Catargena [2][3]
2000 Kirara Kirara Imai (Older) [3]
2000 De:Vadasy Amara Minakushi [4][3]
2000 Detective Conan OVA 01: Conan VS KID VS Yaiba Sayaka Mine, Yuri Konno [2]
2001 Angelique: Seichi Yori Ai i Komete Rosalia de Catargena [2]
2001 Puni Puni Poemy Itsue Aasu [3]
2001–02 Ajimu: Beach Story Kyoko
2001 Zaion: I Wish You Were Here Misao Mitsuki [4][3]
2004 Angelique Rosalia de Catargena [2][3]
2005 Kaleido Star: Legend of Phoenix Cathy Taymor Sequel to Kaleido Star: New Wings [2][4]
2010 Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san Tomiko Senba Episode 3 [2]
2010 Bungaku Shojo Memoir I – Yume-Miru Shojo no Prelude Kanako Sakurai
2010 Hiyokoi Miyoko Mitani Specials
2011 Carnival Phantasm Aoko Aozaki
2017 Super Danganronpa 2.5: Nagito Komaeda and the Destroyer of the World Peko Pekoyama

Anime films[edit]

List of voice performances in films
Year Title Role Notes Source
1990 Heavy
1991 The Adventures of Gamba and Sea Otter Kawamo [4]
1992 Floral Magician Mary Bell: The Key Of Phoenix Ribbon [2][3]
1993 Sailor Moon R: The Movie Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon Also Make Up! Sailor Guardians [2][4]
1993 On a Paper Crane – Tomoko's Adventure Tomoko
1993 Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle Mai Shiranui Sequel to Legend of the Hungry Wolf [2][3]
1993 Mother: E.Y.E.S. of Mars Eve Doorson, Additional Voices [4][3]
1994 Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture Mai Shiranui [2][4][3]
1994 Darkside Blues Mai [3]
1994 Sailor Moon S: The Movie Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon [2][4]
1995 Sailor Moon SuperS: The Nine Sailor Guardians Unite! Miracle of the Black Dream Hole Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon Also Ami-chan's First Love [2][4]
1996 Dragon Quest Biography: Emblem of Roto Teeth [4]
1996 X Satsuki Yatoji [2][4][3][27]
1997 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth Misato Katsuragi [2][3]
1997 The End of Evangelion Misato Katsuragi [2][3]
1998 Maze Bakunetsu Jiku: Tenpen Kyoi no Giant Mei Ikaruga / Maze (female) [2][4]
1998 Crayon Shin-chan: Blitzkrieg! Pig's Hoof's Secret Mission O-Iroke [2][4][3]
1998 Martian Successor Nadesico: The Motion Picture – Prince of Darkness Mayumi's older sister [4]
1999 Crayon Shin-chan: Explosion! The Hot Spring's Feel Good Final Battle Ageo-Sensei [2][4][3]
1999 Pokémon: The Movie 2000 Captain Michiko [2][4][3]
1999 Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie Juri Arisugawa [2][4][3]
1999 Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie Maki Matsumoto [28]
2000 Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called The Jungle Ageo-Sensei [2][4][3]
2000 Space Travelers: The Animation Gold Papillon [3]
2001 Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: The Adult Empire Strikes Back Ageo-Sensei [2][4][3]
2001 Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventurers Minami Uehara [2][3]
2001 Hamtaro: Adventures in Ham-Ham Land Yosei Hamu [4]
2002 ex-Driver: The Movie Kelly [4]
2003 Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: Yakiniku Road of Honor Ageo-Sensei [2][4][3]
2004 Zatch Bell: Unlisted Demon #101 Kotoha's Mother [4]
2005 Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa Gracia Hughes [2][4][3]
2006 Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur 2006 Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2006 Crayon Shin-chan: The Legend Called: Dance! Amigo! Ageo-Sensei [2][4][3]
2007 Doraemon: Nobita's New Great Adventure into the Underworld Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2007 Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone Misato Katsuragi [2][4][3]
2008 Doraemon: Nobita and the Green Giant Legend Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2009 Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Spaceblazer Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2009 Crayon Shin-chan: Roar! Kasukabe Animal Kingdom Ageo-Sensei [2][4][3]
2009 Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Misato Katsuragi [2][4][3]
2009 Duel Masters: Lunatic God Saga Chlor
2009 The Rebirth of Buddha Mari Kimura [4]
2010 Doraemon: Nobita's Great Battle of the Mermaid King Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2011 Doraemon: Nobita and the New Steel Troops—Winged Angels Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2011 Pretty Cure All Stars DX3: Rainbow Flower to the Future Hummy [2][4]
2011 Suite PreCure the Movie: Take it Back! The Miraculous Melody that Connects Hearts! Hummy [2][4]
2012 Doraemon: Nobita and the Island of Miracles—Animal Adventure Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2012 Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage: Mirai no Tomodachi Hummy [2][4]
2012 Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called!: Me and the Space Princess Ageo-sensei [2][4][3]
2012 Gothicmade Elderi Tsubanchi [2][4]
2012 Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo Misato Katsuragi [2][4][3]
2013 Doraemon: Nobita's Secret Gadget Museum Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2013 Hunter × Hunter: The Last Mission Cocco [4]
2014 Doraemon: New Nobita's Great Demon—Peko and the Exploration Party of Five Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2014 Stand by Me Doraemon Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2]
2014 Expelled from Paradise Hilde Thorvald [4][29]
2015 Doraemon: Nobita's Space Heroes Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2015 Crayon Shin-chan: My Moving Story! Cactus Large Attack! Ageo-Sensei [2][4][3]
2015 Love Live! The School Idol Movie Nico's Mother [4][3]
2016 Doraemon: Nobita and the Birth of Japan 2016 Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2016 Crayon Shin-chan: Fast Asleep! The Great Assault on Dreamy World! Ageo-Sensei [2][4][3]
2016 Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare Hidemi Hondo [4]
2017 Doraemon the Movie 2017: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2][4]
2018 Doraemon: Nobita's Treasure Island Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2]
2018 Crayon Shin-chan: Burst Serving! Kung Fu Boys ~Ramen Rebellion~ Ageo-Sensei [2][3]
2019 Doraemon: Nobita's Chronicle of the Moon Exploration Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother) [2]
2019 Crayon Shin-chan: Honeymoon Hurricane ~The Lost Hiroshi~ Ageo-Sensei [2][3]
2020 Doraemon: Nobita's New Dinosaur Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother)
2020 Stand by Me Doraemon 2 Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother)
2021 Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon 2-Part Film,
Season 4 of Sailor Moon Crystal
[2][30]
2021 Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Misato Katsuragi [2][31]
2021 The Journey Hind [32]
2022 Doraemon: Nobita's Little Star Wars 2021 Tamako Nobi (Nobita's mother)

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Platform(s) Notes
1991 Wakusei Woodstock: Funky Horror Band Amaris Mega CD
1992 Quiz Scramble Special Character Voice Mega CD
1992 Jantei Monogatari 2: Uchu Tantei Diban – Kanketsu Hen Majuu Emurisu TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1992 Pastel Lime Aki TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1993 Knuckle Heads Claudia Silva Arcade
1993 Jantei Monogatari 3: Saver Angels Majuu Emurisu, Rampling TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1993 Tanjo: Debut Mikan Narusawa PC-98, FM Towns, TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine), Macintosh, 3DO, Sega Saturn, WonderSwan
1993 3×3 Eyes: Seima Densetsu Satie Mega CD
1994 Puyo Puyo CD Arle Nadja TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1994 Shining Force CD Narrator Mega CD
1994 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1994 Dragon Half Mink TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1994 Power Instinct 2 Mikazuki Kurumi, Kurara Hananokoji Arcade, PlayStation
1994 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Collection Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1994 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Quiz Taiketsu! Sailor Power Kesshuu!! Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon Playdia
1995 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon Arcade
1995 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SS: Sailor Moon to Hajimete no Eigo Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon Playdia
1995 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS: Sailor Moon to Hiragana Lesson Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon Playdia
1995 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS: Youkoso! Sailor Youchien Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon Playdia
1995 Makeruna! Makendo 2 Mai Tsurugino PlayStation
1995 Logos Panic GO.A.I.SA.TU. Female Super Famicom
1995 Angelique Special Rosalia de Catargena PC-FX, Windows 95, Sega Saturn, PlayStation
1996 Neon Genesis Evangelion: 1st Impression Misato Katsuragi Sega Saturn
1996 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Shin Shuyaku Soudatsusen Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon PlayStation, Sega Saturn
1996 Puyo Puyo 2 CD Arle Nadja TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1996 Virgin Dream Ena Nakai TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1996 PoPoLoCRoIS Narcia/Kai PlayStation, Game Archives (PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable)
1996 Angelique Special 2 Rosalia de Catargena PC-FX, Windows 95, Mac OS, Sega Saturn, PlayStation
1996 Fire Woman: Matoi-gumi Sayaka Katsuragi PC-FX, PlayStation
1997 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Girlfriend of Steel Misato Katsuragi Windows 95, Mac OS, Sega Saturn, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
1997 Neon Genesis Evangelion: 2nd Impression Misato Katsuragi Sega Saturn
1997 QuoVadis 2 ~Planet Assault Ovan Rey~ Nelly Catena Sega Saturn
1997 Armored Core: Project Phantasma Operator, Computer Voice PlayStation
1997 Eberouge Special: The School Life of Love and Magic- Lindel Falken Windows 95, PlayStation, Sega Saturn
1997 Power Dolls 2 – Detachment of Limited Line Service Yao Fei-Lun PlayStation
1997 Rival Schools: United By Fate Kyoko Minazuki Arcade, PlayStation
1998 Eberouge 2 Lindel Falken Windows 95, PlayStation
1998 Makeruna! Makendo Z Mai Tsurugino PC-FX
1998–04 Power Pros 5–11 Stadium Announcer Nintendo 64, PlayStation 2, GameCube
1998 Brave Fencer Musashi Queen, Brandy Taii, Tumbler PlayStation
1998 Eva to Yukai na Nakamatachi Misato Katsuragi Sega Saturn, PlayStation, Windows, Game Boy Color
1998 Kisetsu wo Dakishimete Tomoko Kokuritsu PlayStation, PlayStation Portable
1998 Ajito 2 Kazumi Saeki PlayStation
1999 Neon Genesis Evangelion 64 Misato Katsuragi Nintendo 64
1999 Little Princess: Marl Okoku no Ningyo Hime 2 Sonia Francis Zeolight PlayStation
2000 Eve: Zero Marina Houjou PlayStation, Windows, Dreamcast
2000 Menkyo wo Toro! (Get the License) Reika Asami PlayStation
2000 Project Justice Kyoko Minazuki Arcade, Dreamcast
2001 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Ayanami Raising Project Misato Katsuragi Windows, Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS
2001 21: Two One Momiji Kikyo Windows, Dreamcast
2001 Oni Konoko (AKA Mai Hasegawa) Windows, Mac
2001 Eve: The Fatal Attraction Marina Houjou PlayStation, Windows
2001 Dead or Alive 3 Christie Xbox
2001 Abarenbo Princess Rouge Victoire PlayStation 2
2001 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Happy Chibiusa World Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon PlayStation
2002 Melty Blood Aoko Aozaki Windows
2003 Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball Christie Xbox
2003 Eve: Burst Error Marina Houjou PlayStation 2 Plus Version
2003 Neon Genesis Evangelion 2 Misato Katsuragi PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
2003 Future GPX Cyber Formula: Road to the Infinity Asuka Sugo PlayStation 2
2004 Flame of Recca: Final Burning Kagero PlayStation 2
2004 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shinji Ikari Raising Project Misato Katsuragi Windows
2004 Waga Ryuu o Miyo: Pride of the Dragon Peace Kaaya PlayStation 2
2004 Magna Carta Rianna PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
2005 Wild Arms 4 Farmel Arianhrod PlayStation 2
2005 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Girlfriend of Steel 2nd Misato Katsuragi Windows, Mac OS (X), PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
2005 Namco × Capcom Kyoko Minazuki[33] PlayStation 2
2005 Dead or Alive 4 Christie Xbox 360
2006 Crayon Shin-chan: Densetsu o Yobu Omake no To Shukkugaan! Ageo-Sensei Game Boy Advance
2006 Eve ~New Generation~ Marina Houjou PlayStation 2, Windows
2006 Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 Christie Xbox 360
2006 Crayon Shin-chan: Saikyou Kazoku Kasukabe King Wii Ageo-Sensei Nintendo Wii
2007 Detective Evangelion Misato Katsuragi PlayStation 2
2007 Crayon Shin-chan DS: Arashi wo Yobu Nutte Crayoon Daisakusen! Ageo-Sensei Nintendo DS
2007 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Battle Orchestra Misato Katsuragi PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
2008 Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu Cinema Land Ageo-Sensei Nintendo DS
2009 Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu – Nendororon Daihenshin Ageo-Sensei Nintendo DS
2010 Crayon Shin-chan: Obaka Daininden – Susume! Kasukabe Ninja Tai! Ageo-Sensei Nintendo DS
2010 Misato Katsuragi's Reporting Plan Misato Katsuragi PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable (Remote Play)
2010 Dead or Alive: Paradise Christie PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita
2010 Last Ranker Norma PlayStation Portable
2010 Crayon Shin-chan Shokkugan! Densetsu wo Yobu Omake Daiketsusen!! Ageo-Sensei Nintendo DS
2011 Catherine Katherine McBride[2] PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
2011 Dead or Alive: Dimensions Christie Nintendo 3DS
2011 Gundam Memories: Tatakai no Kioku Murrue Ramius PlayStation Portable
2011 inFAMOUS 2 Lucy Quo PlayStation 3 Japanese localisation
2011 Crayon Shin-chan: Uchu de Achoo!? Yujo no Obakarate Ageo-Sensei Nintendo 3DS
2012 Armored Core V Computer Voice PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
2012 One Piece: Pirate Warriors Hancock PlayStation 3
2012 Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Peko Pekoyama PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4
2012 Dead or Alive 5 Christie[34] PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
2013 One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 Hancock PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita
2013 One Piece: Unlimited World Red Boa Hancock Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Nintendo Switch, Windows
2013 Call of Duty: Ghosts Voices Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One Japanese localisation
2014 Super Heroine Chronicle Eve/Valentine PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita
2014 J-Stars Victory VS Boa Hancock PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4
2014 Crayon Shin-chan: Arashi wo Yobu Kasukabe Eiga Stars! Ageo-Sensei Nintendo 3DS
2014 Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Star Sapphire Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Windows Japanese localization
2015 Princess Connect! Mitsuki Yoigahama[35] Android, iOS
2015 Dead or Alive 5 Last Round Christie Arcade, Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
2015 One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Hancock PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Windows, Nintendo Switch
2015 Rainbow Six: Siege Six[36] Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One Japanese localization
2015 Project X Zone 2 Sheath[37] Nintendo 3DS
2015 Angelique Retour Rosalia de Catargena PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita
2016 One Piece: Burning Blood Boa Hancock PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita
2016 Eve: Burst Error R Marina Houjou PlayStation Vita, Windows, Nintendo Switch Remake of Eve: Burst Error
2017 Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Peko Pekoyama PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Windows
2017 Granblue Fantasy Michael[38] Android, iOS, Web
2018 Princess Connect! Re:Dive Mitsuki Yoigahama[39] Android, iOS
2018 Super Robot Wars V Misato Katsuragi, Toniya Malme, Vega, Murrue Ramius PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
2018 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Ditto Nintendo Switch
2018 Super Robot Wars X-O Misato Katsuragi Android, iOS April 14–23 event
2019 Catherine: Full Body Katherine McBride[2] PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
2019 Jump Force Boa Hancock PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, PC
2019 Dead or Alive 6 Christie[40] PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Arcade
2019 Puyopuyo!! Quest Sailor Moon iOS, Android Puyo Puyo × Sailor Moon collaboration event
2019 Kyoutou Kotoba RPG: Kotodaman Misato Katsuragi[41] iOS, Android Kotodaman × Evangelion collaboration event
2019 Eve: Rebirth Terror Marina Houjou PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
2022 Eve: Ghost Enemies Marina Houjou[42] PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch
TBA Mystereet F ~Tantei-tachi no Curtain Call~ Miyuki Nanjou PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita

Dubbing[edit]

Movies
Year Title Role Original Performer Notes Source
1995 The Next Karate Kid Julie Pierce Hilary Swank [43]
1997 Boogie Nights Roller Girl Heather Graham [44]
1998 A Life Less Ordinary Celine Naville Cameron Diaz [45]
1999 Brokedown Palace Darlene Davis Kate Beckinsale [46]
2000 Where the Heart Is Novalee Nation Natalie Portman [47]
2000 Coyote Ugly Violet Sanford Piper Perabo [48]
2003 So Close Lynn Shu Qi [49]
2003 Cat People Irena Gallier Nastassja Kinski [50]
2004 L'Auberge Espagnole Anna-Sophie Judith Godrèche [51]
2004 Van Helsing Anna Valerious Kate Beckinsale [52]
2007 The Flying Scotsman Anne Obree Laura Fraser [53]
2008 The Big White Margaret Holly Hunter [54]
2009 A Lot like Love Michelle Kathryn Hahn [55]
2009 Quarantine Angela Vidal Jennifer Carpenter [56]
2010 Piranha 3D Julie Forrester Elisabeth Shue [57]
2011 Cedar Rapids Joan Ostrowski-Fox Anne Heche [58]
2014 Runner Runner Rebecca Shafran Gemma Arterton 20th Century Fox version [59]
2013 The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Cheryl Melhoff Kristen Wiig [60]
2015 People Places Things Charlie Stephanie Allynne [61]
2016 The Divergent Series: Allegiant Evelyn Johnson-Eaton Naomi Watts [62]
2019 Shazam! Rosa Vasquez Marta Milans [63]
2021 Enter the Fat Dragon Maggie Jessica Jann [64]
TV Shows
Year Title Role Original Performer Notes Source
1989 Star Trek: The Next Generation Salia Jaime Hubbard Episode 36 [2]
1991–94 Baywatch Summer Quinn Nicole Eggert Seasons 2–4 [2]
1998–02 Felicity Julie Emrick Amy Jo Johnson [2][65]
2000–04 Ed Carol Vessey Julie Bowen [2]
2005–Present Grey's Anatomy Meredith Grey Ellen Pompeo [2]
Animation
Year Title Role Notes Source
2001 Casper's Haunted Christmas Carol Jollimore [66]
2005 Lilo & Stitch: The Series Penny Proud S2: E14 “Spats”
2011 Adventure Time Ice Queen First appears in Episode 61 [67]

Live Action[edit]

List of performances in live action shows
Year Title Role Notes Source
1998 Love & Pop Radio DJ (Voice only) Live-action
2003 The End of Evangelion: Renewal Misato Katsuragi Previously unreleased 11-minute live-action sequence included in the Renewal of Evangelion box set
2013 Unfair: Double Meaning Yes or No? Masked Man (Voice only) Tokusatsu [2]
2015–16 Shuriken Sentai Ninninger Ariake no Kata (Voice only) Tokusatsu
2016 Come Back! Shuriken Sentai Ninninger: Ninnin Girls vs. Boys FINAL WARS Ariake no Kata (Voice and human form) Tokusatsu
2019 The Woman of S.R.I. season 19 Live-action [68]
2021 How to Get a Divorce for the Whole Family! Midori Mizuguchi Live-action [69]

Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

  • 1993: Mo' Merry [PICA-1010]
  • 1994: A・Ha・Ha [PICA-1027]
  • 1994: Cotton Colour [PICA-1036]
  • 1995: Birthday of the Sun [PICA-1061]
  • 1995: Koto-cha wan no Itsumoissho Kenmei – Kotochawanderland [PICA-1079]
  • 1996: Yasashi Otona ni Naru Tame ni [PICA-1094]
  • 1998: Niku to Kokoro [TYCY-5608/9]

In Seiyuu Groups[edit]

Peach Hips (1992–present)[edit]

Humming Bird (1993–1995)[edit]

  • 1993: Hummingbird FIRST FLIGHT [TYCY-5311]
  • 1993: ハミングバード 太陽と裸 [TYCY-5316]
  • 1993: 熱狂の"裸・Eve" Summer Aviation Tour '93 [TYCY-5337]
  • 1994: ハミングバード '94夏 トラ・トラ・トラ! [TYCY-5391]
  • 1994: ハミングバード外伝"ザッツ・ミュージカル"卯月の反乱~こんな日が来るなんて [TYCY-5398]
  • 1995: ハミングバードザッピングCD – Vols. 1–5 [TYCY-5418 – TYCY-5422]
  • 1995: ハミングバード 山虎 '95風の唄&夢の場所へ [TYCY-5441]
  • 1995: さよならハミングバード [TYCY-5450]
  • 1995: Hummingbird GRAND FINALE at SHIBUYA-Kokaido [TYCY-5462/3]
  • 1995: Hummingbird SISTERS [TYCY-5471]

Angels (1996–1998)[edit]

  • 1997: THE SONG FOR SONGS [NACL-1274]
  • 1998: THE SONG FOR SONGS 2 [COR-14921]

Radio[edit]

  • Mitsuishi Kotono · Bukkatsu Shiyo!
  • Mitsuishi Kotono no Eberu Nights
    • Mitsuishi Kotono no Eberu Nights II
  • Stardust Dream

Other[edit]

  • Hakkutsu! Aru Aru Daijiten (narrator)
  • I Wish You Were Here (internet streaming broadcast)
  • Koe · Asobu Club
  • Nandemo Q (NHK) (narrator, Urara, multiple other characters)
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion pachinko and pachinko slots series (Misato Katsuragi)
  • Seishun Adventure: Īsha no Fune (Īsha no Fune)
  • Tatta Hitotsu no Chikyū (Otohime)
  • Uchi Kuru!? (narrator)

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