Yuriko Yamamoto

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Yuriko Yamamoto
Native name 山本 百合子
Born (1960-02-13) February 13, 1960 (age 57)
Hino, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Voice actress
Years active 1981–present
Agent Aoni Production

Yuriko Yamamoto (山本 百合子 Yamamoto Yuriko?, born February 13, 1960 in Hino, Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actress represented by Aoni Production. Her debut role was the title character in Hello! Sandybell in 1981. She has voiced many major roles in 1980s and 1990s anime such as Fight! Iczer One, Gall Force, Saint Seiya, Magical Taluluto, and RG Veda.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
1981 Hello! Sandybell Sandybell Debut role [2]
1982 Arcadia of My Youth La Mime
1983–84 Lady Georgie! Georgie   [2]
1984 Wing-Man Morimoto Momoko   [2]
1984 Fist of the North Star Yuria   [2]
1984 Kinnikuman {Ooabare! Seigi Choujin} Bibimba anime [2]
1985 Nora Nora Scholar OVA [2]
1985–86 Hai Step Jun Jun Nonomiya  
1985 Dancouga Sara Yuki   [2]
1985–87 Fight! Iczer One Iczer-1 series [2]
1986 Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ Rasara Moon, Sarasa Moon   [2]
1986 Gou Q Chouji Ikkiman Katorine   [2]
1986–88 Gall Force Rumy First chapter arc [2]
1986–89 Saint Seiya Eagle Marin, Seika   [2]
1986 Katsugeki shojo tantei-dan Yuriko Edogawa OVA
1986 Twinkle Heart - Gingakei made Todokanai (OAV) Berry   [2]
1987 Hana no Asuka-gumi! Yokko   [2]
1987 Crystal Triangle Miyabi   [2]
1988 Fight! Ramenman Lania   [2]
1988 The Burning Wild Man Sayuri Ayanokouji   [2]
1988 Kiteretsu Daihyakka Miyoko Nonohana
1988–98 Transformers: Super-God Masterforce Minerva   [2]
1988–97 Legend of the Galactic Heroes Evangeline Mittermeyer  
1988 Anpanman Ringo-chan
1989 Earthian Takako   [2]
1989 Sally the Witch Sally Yumeno 1989 series [2]
1989–90 Gall Force Earth Chapter Lamidia McKenzie Earth Chapter arc [2]
1989 Karura Mau] Maiko Ougi anime [2]
1989 Yajikita Gakuen Dōchūki Yajima Junko (Yaji-san) anime [2]
1990–92 Magical Taluluto Ria Kinakaamo   [2]
1990 Hengen Taima Yakou Karura Mau Maiko Ogi OVA
1991–92 RG Veda Soma OVA and anime [2]
1991–92 Tomoe ga Yuku Tomoe Oujima anime [2]
1993–94 Kishin Corps Fujishima Yoshiko OVA [2]
1993 Ghost Sweeper Mikami Reika Ryuuzaki Episode 20
1993 Anpanman Enpitsu-bouya First voice
1995 Sailor Moon Lilica Hubert Supers Special 3 [2]
1995 Galaxy Fraulein Yuna Elnar   [2]
2001 Pokemon Maya
2004 Detective Conan Kanako Hitomi Episode 366
2005 Air Minagi's mother   [2]
2006 Angel Heart Tomomi Asakura  
2007 Dancouga Nova Vladmir  
2012 Chibi Maruko-chan Kyouko  
2012 Detective Conan Hatsune Kamon Episodes 667-668
2016 Witchy Pretty Cure! The Fairy Queen   [3]
  Asuka sets of new Kabukicho story flowers! Yokko OVA
  Harbor Light story - from fashion Lara - Lara OVA
  Hi-Speed Jecy Telenne OVA and anime [2]
  Ten no hoshi ha ryuu no kiba  ? anime [2]

Drama audio recordings[edit]

Yamamoto has voiced in drama CDs and cassettes.[2]

Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
  Ginga Ojousama Densetsu Yuna Galaxy Wave Elnar   [2]
  Hi-Speed Jecy: Mobius no wana Tere-nu   [2]
  Karura Mau! "Nara Onryou Emaki"  ?   [2]
  Kaze no Densetsu Xanadu II Heroine Tachi no Tanjoub Pyrra   [2]
  Kishin Heidan Rei  ?   [2]
  RG Veda -Kyoujou Engoku hen- Soma   [2]
  Sei (St) Elza Crusaders Bangaihen "LZA Debut!?" Orikura Miho (Miho)   [2]
  Seifuu no Senki Zebuuroshia Saga Aporonia   [2]

Video games[edit]

Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
  Air Mother Dreamcast, PS2, PSP [2]
  Ginga Ojousama Densetsu Yuna Final Edition Elnar PlayStation [2]
  Himitsu Sentai Metamor V Erika PlayStation [2]
  Mahou no Shoujo Silky Lip Lip Megadrive [2]
  Mercurius Pretty End of the Century Debora Dreamcast [2]
  Shining Force III Airin Sega Saturn [2]
  Super Real Mahjong P V Shouko Multiple platforms [2]
  Super Robot Taisen F Kanketsuhen  ? PlayStation [2]
  Tenshi no uta II: Datenshi no sentaku Rianna PC-Engine [2]
1985 (original release) Time Gal Reika (Kirishima[disputed ]) Arcade, Mega-CD/Sega CD, LaserActive [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c 青二プロダクション 山本百合子. Aoni Production (in Japanese). Retrieved 3 July 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax Doi, Hitoshi. "Search results for "Yamamoto Yuriko" in ALL database". Hitoshi Doi's Seiyuu Database. Retrieved 3 July 2015. 
  3. ^ http://www.animatetimes.com/news/details.php?id=1480650526
  4. ^ Japanese Mega CD Manuals. Japanese Mega CD Manuals (in Japanese). Retrieved 14 July 2016. 

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