Tarako

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Tarako
Native name たらこ
Born (1960-12-17) December 17, 1960 (age 55)
Gunma, Japan
Ethnicity Japanese
Occupation Voice actress, singer
Years active 1981–present
Employer Troubadour Musique Office

Tarako Isono (磯野たらこ Isono Tarako?, born December 17, 1960 in Ota, Gunma Prefecture), known under the professional name Tarako (たらこ Tarako?), is a Japanese voice actress and singer.[1] Her debut role was as a preschooler on Urusei Yatsura. Tarako is currently employed by the talent management firm Troubadour Musique Office.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

TV[edit]

Original video animation (OVA)[edit]

  • Hunter × Hunter (Senritsu)
  • NG Kishi Ramune & 40 DX (Hebimetako)
  • NG Kishi Ramune & 40 EX (Hebimetako)

Films[edit]

Commercials[edit]

Drama CDs[edit]

  • Eiyū Densetsu III: Shiroki Majo "Wakatareta Mizuumi" (Ban Ban)
  • Kaze no Densetsu Xanadu II: Heroine-tachi no Tanjōbi (Kururu)
  • Popful Mail Paradise 4–5 (Nairu)
  • Tarako Pappara Paradise (Tarako-neesan, Kururu, Nairu, Ban Ban, Obāsan

Live action[edit]

Films[edit]

Video games[edit]

Radio[edit]

  • Tarako Falcom Pīhyarara

Other voice over[edit]

Fuji TV

  • The Judge! Tokusuru Hōritsu File "Korette Tsumi Janai no" segment (Narration)
  • Naruhodo! The World (Reporter)
  • Quiz & Game Tarō to Hanako (Host)

NHK Educational

  • Okome (Narration)

TBS

  • Shiawase Kazoku Keikaku (Narration)

TV Asahi

  • Zenigata Kintarō (Narration)

Other

Discography[edit]

Listed chronologically.

Albums[edit]

  • Totte Oki no Shunkan (1983)
  • Kaze ga Chigau (1984)
  • Warawanai Koibito (1985)
  • Kokuhaku (1985)
  • Sukoshi Dake Ai ga Tarinai (1986)
  • Anata ga Daisuki (1990)
  • Kanojo (1991)
  • My dear (1991)
  • Tengoku yori Takai Toko Ikō yo (1993)
  • Wāi. (1995)

References[edit]

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