Takako Ōta

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Takako Ōta (太田貴子, Ōta Tatako) (born August 13, 1967) is a Japanese voice actress and singer, best known for voicing the lead role of Yū Morisawa / Creamy Mami in anime Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel.[1]

Creamy Mami is known as a pioneer of the new marketing strategy, now known as “media mix”.[2] The anime was used to promote a new, unknown idol singer. The real idol singer, Takako Ōta, acted as an idol singer (Creamy Mami) in the anime. The opening theme Delicate ni Suki Shite was her first song in the real world too. Even though Ohta was a new singer and not a trained voice actress, she voiced Yū/Creamy Mami, with great success. The anime Creamy Mami has become famous and Ohta gained popularity that still exists today.

Anime[edit]

  • Adesugata Mahou no Sannin Musume (OAV) as Yuu Morisawa/Creamy Mami
  • Arion as Pio
  • Magical Angel Creamy Mami (TV) as Yū Morisawa / Creamy Mami
  • Magical Angel Creamy Mami: Curtain Call (OAV) as Yuu Morisawa/Creamy Mami
  • Magical Angel Creamy Mami: Long Good-Bye (OAV) as Yu Morisawa / Creamy Mami
  • Mahō no Tenshi Creamy Mami: Eien no Once More (OAV) as Yu Morisawa / Creamy Mami
  • Majokko Club Yoningumi - A Kuukan Kara no Alien X (OAV) as Yuu Morisawa / Creamy Mami
  • Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (film) as Pejite Girl

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1984: CREAMY TAKAKO
  • 1984: GRADUATION
  • 1985: Long Good-bye
  • 1985: Mi N Na GENKI (み・ん・なGENKI!)
  • 1985: TAKAKO COLLECTION
  • 1986: 200%
  • 1986: BACKSEAT LOVERS
  • 1986: WANT
  • 1986: Best Selection
  • 1987: POP STATION
  • 1987: TAKAKO OHTA BESTESTS!
  • 1987: TRUTH
  • 1988: Here,There and Nowhere
  • 1988: Diamond COLLECTION
  • 1988: Best of Best
  • 1989: Thanks
  • 1989: MAGICIAN
  • 1990:TAKAKO OHTA Vol. 1 best pop
  • 1990: TAKAKO OHTA Vol. 2 best rock
  • 1990: HEART OF EYES
  • 1991: LOVE,YA -THE BEST OF TAKAKO-
  • 1998: TAKAKO'S CD-R Vol.1
  • 1999: TAKAKO'S CD-R Vol.2
  • 1999: TAKAKO again...
  • 2000: Ohta Takako Best Collection (太田貴子 ベストコレクション)
  • 2004: Ohta Takako Golden Best (太田貴子 ゴールデン☆ベスト)

Singles[edit]

  • 1983: Delicate ni Suki Shite (デリケートに好きして)
  • 1983: BIN KIN Rouge (BIN・KANルージュ)
  • 1984: LOVE Sarigenaku (LOVEさりげなく)
  • 1984: Natsu ni Awatenaide (夏にあわてないで)
  • 1984: Heartbreak MIstake (ハートブレイク・ミステイク)
  • 1985: Tenshi no Miracle (天使のミラクル)
  • 1985: Heart no SEASON (ハートのSEASON)
  • 1985: Koishitara Delicacy (恋したらデリカシー)
  • 1986: Wasure China no Aoi Tori (忘れチャイナの青い鳥)
  • 1987: Kanjitai Emotion (感じたいEmotion)
  • 1987: Machkado no Billy The Kid (街角のビリー・ザ・キッド)
  • 1988: 1988 - From Tokyo
  • 1989: HURRY UP!
  • 1989: GIRLFRIEND
  • 1990: MAGICIAN ~in the midnight~
  • 1990: Makenaide ~God Bless You~ (負けないで ~GodBless You~)
  • 2008: Delicate ni Suki Shite (21st century ver.) (デリケートに好きして {21st century ver.)

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ 魔法の天使クリィミーマミ (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2003-03-13. Retrieved 2006-08-08.