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Yôko Asada

Yôko Asada was born on May 23, 1969 in Hyogo, Japan. She is an actress, known for The Crown Knights (1999), Digimon Frontier (2002) and Serial Experiments Lain (1998). See full bio »

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Known For

The Crown Knights
The Crown Knights Casa Clover XVII
(1999)
Digimon Frontier
(2002)
Serial Experiments Lain
(1998)
Arc the Lad II
(1996)

Filmography

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 2006 Koisuru tenshi Angelique: Kokoro no mezameru toki (TV Series)
Queen of Seijuu
- Inochi no mizu'umu (2006) ... Queen of Seijuu
 2005 Aria: The Animation (TV Series)
Akiko Hoshino
- Sono masshiro na asa wo... (2005) ... Akiko Hoshino (voice)
- Sono yawaraka na negai ha... (2005) ... Akiko Hoshino (voice)
 2002 éX-Driver the Movie (Video)
Lorna Endou
 2002 Digimon Frontier (TV Series)
Plotmon
 2002 Maximo: Ghost to Glory (Video Game)
Sophia / Sephonie (Japanese version, voice, as Youko Asada)
 2000-2001 Ekusu doraibâ (TV Series)
Lorna Endou
- Ex Rider (Regulations of Love) (2001) ... Lorna Endou (Japanese version, voice)
- Crossroads (2001) ... Lorna Endou (Japanese version, voice)
- The Last Mile (2001) ... Lorna Endou (Japanese version, voice)
- On and On (2000) ... Lorna Endou (Japanese version, voice)
- No Problem (2000) ... Lorna Endou (Japanese version, voice)
 1999 The Crown Knights (Video)
Casa Clover XVII (voice)
 1999 Samurai Shodown: Warriors Rage (Video Game)
Rinka Yoshino (voice, as Youko Asada)
 1999 Ippatsu Kiki Musume (TV Series)
Linda (voice)
 1999 Gregory Horror Show (TV Series)
Roulette Boy (voice)
 1999 D4 Princess (TV Series)
Nozomi Aino
- Datte atashi wa purinsesu (1999) ... Nozomi Aino (voice)
 1999 Wild Zero
Voice of Tobio (voice)
 1999 Mystery of the Necronomicon: Book of the Dead (Video)
Asuka Kashiwagi (voice, as Yoko Asada)
 1998 Serial Experiments Lain (TV Mini-Series)
Arisu Mizuki
- Ego (1998) ... Arisu Mizuki (voice)
- Landscape (1998) ... Arisu Mizuki (voice)
- Infornography (1998) ... Arisu Mizuki (voice)
- Love (1998) ... Arisu Mizuki (voice)
- Rumors (1998) ... Arisu Mizuki (voice)
 1997-1998 Pokémon: Adventures in the Orange Islands (TV Series)
Botan
- Hanada Gym! Underwater Battle! (1998) ... Botan (voice)
- Fierce Fighting! Pokémon Girls' Festival! (1998) ... Botan (voice)
- In the Water at Hanada City (1997) ... Botan (voice)
 1998 Four Play (Video)
Noriko Yoshifuku (voice)
 1998 Dragon Knight: Wheel of Time (Video)
Natasha (voice)
 1997 Tournament of the Gods: Title Match (Video)
Plumerock (voice)
 1996 Arc the Lad II (Video Game)
Lieza (voice)
 1996 Parade Parade (Video)
Kaori Shiine (voice)
 1996 Golden Boy (TV Series)
Girl
- Yasei no Umi o Oyogu (Swimming in the Sea of Love) (1996) ... Girl (Japanese version, voice, as Nobuko Asada)
 1995 Cool Devices (TV Mini-Series)
Cat Girl (segment 3 "Lover Doll / Winter Swimsuit / Enema") (Japanese version, voice)
 1994 F3: Frantic, Frustrated, & Female (TV Mini-Series)
Minion B
- Episode #1.2 (1994) ... Minion B (voice)
 1992 Lunar: The Silver Star (Video Game)
Mia Ausa (Japanese version, voice)
 1984 Mitsugetsu
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Alternate Names:

Nobuko Asada | Yoko Asada | Youko Asada
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