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Hiroko Emori is known for her work on Dragon Ball Z (1989), Knights of the Zodiac (1986) and Daisenki (1993). See full bio »
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 2013 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods
Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 2012 Shining Hearts: Shiawase no Pan (TV Series)
Madera (voice)
 2012 Ninja Gaiden 3 (Video Game)
Obaba (Japanese version, voice)
 2010 Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 (Video Game)
Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 2010 Dragonball Z Tenkaichi Tag Team (Video Game)
Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 2009 Dragon Ball: Raging Blast (Video Game)
Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 2009 Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 (Video Game)
Obaba (Japanese version, voice)
 2009 DragonBall: Revenge of King Piccolo (Video Game)
Chaozu / Suno (Japanese version, voice)
 2008 Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (Video Game)
Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 2008 Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword (Video Game)
Obaba
 2007 Dragonball Z: Budokai tenkaichi 3 (Video Game)
Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 2006 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (Video Game)
Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 2004 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 (Video Game)
Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 2002-2003 Dragon Ball (TV Series)
Chaozu
- The Victor (2003) ... Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
- Tien Shinhan vs Mercenary Tao (2003) ... Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
- Battle of Eight (2003) ... Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
- Preliminary Peril (2003) ... Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
- Changes (2003) ... Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 1996-2003 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series)
Chaozu / Idasa's Mother / Bulma's Mother
- He's Always Late (2003) ... Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
- People of Earth Unite (2003) ... Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
- Empty Planet (2002) ... Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
- Super Saiyan 3?! (2002) ... Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
- Race to Capsule Corp. (2002) ... Idasa's Mother (Japanese version, voice)
 2002 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (Video Game)
Chiaotzu (Japanese version, voice)
 2001 Matsumoto Leiji Three-Nine (Video Game)
Menô, Hanako's Mother (from Galaxy Express 999) (voice)
 1999 Valkyrie Profile (Video Game)
Yumel / Selia (Japanese version) (voice)
 1997-1999 Doctor Slump (TV Series)
Aoi Kimidori
- Episode #1.71 (1999) ... Aoi Kimidori (voice)
- Episode #1.57 (1999) ... Aoi Kimidori (voice)
- Episode #1.56 (1999) ... Aoi Kimidori (voice)
- Episode #1.55 (1999) ... Aoi Kimidori (voice)
- Episode #1.54 (1999) ... Aoi Kimidori (voice)
 1997 Dragon Ball GT (TV Series)
Chaozu
- Until We Meet Again... (1997) ... Chaozu
- Piccolo's Decision (1997) ... Chaozu
 1995 Marmalade Boy Movie (Video short)
 1989-1995 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series)
Chaozu / Idasa's Mama / Mrs. Brief / ...
- West City Is Targeted! Stop, Majin Buu!! (1994) ... Idasa's Mama (voice)
- It's My Turn!! Goten, an Anxious First Fight (1993) ... Idasa's Mama (voice)
- No Small Matter!! Little Trunks (1993) ... Idasa's Mama (voice)
 1994 Sailor Moon S (TV Series)
Daimon Hurdler / Daimon Scar
- The Bond of Destiny! The Distant Days of Uranus (1994) ... Daimon Hurdler (voice)
- Cold Hearted Uranus? Makoto in Trouble (1994) ... Daimon Scar (voice)
 1994 Policenauts (Video Game)
Lady in Bagshop (voice)
 1994 Kidô butôden G Gundam (TV Series)
Jiina
 1993 Daisenki (Video) (voice)
 1993 Ellcia (Video)
Siru (voice)
 1993 Nintama Rantarô (TV Series)
Tomomi
 1993 Meikuappu! Sêrâ senshi (Short)
Garoben (voice)
 1993 Sailor Moon R (TV Series)
Dumble
 1992 Domain of Murder (Video)
Keita Toyama
 1992 Sailor Moon (TV Series)
Kazuko / Youma Garoben / Youma Balm
 1991 Slow Step (Video)
Ayako Sawamura
 1991 Ai monogatari (Video)
Woman (segment "I Want To Hold Your Hand")
 1990 Vampire Wars (Video)
Marianne (Japanese version, voice)
 1990 Karasu Tengu Kabuto (TV Series)
Yashiro
 1990 Dragon Ball Z: The Movie - The Tree of Might
Chaozu (Japanese version, voice)
 1989 Sally, the Witch (TV Series)
Tetsuo Araki (voice)
 1988 Tatakae! Râmenman: Kurayami o ute!! (Short)
Emperor
 1988 Transformers: Chôjin Master Force (TV Series)
Cab
 1987 Transformers: The Headmasters (TV Series)
Cran / Alyssa
- Misekake boshi no kôbôsen (1987) ... Cran
- Nazo no kyûkazan daifunka (1987) ... Alyssa
 1987 Mami the Esper (TV Series)
Sachiko / Megu (voice)
 1987 New Maple Town Story (TV Series)
Mark White / Nurse Alice
- Sutaa ninaritai! (1987) ... Mark White (voice)
- Minami no kuni no atarashi i machi (1987) ... Nurse Alice (voice)
 1986 Maple Town (TV Series)
Kin / Arthur Mouse / Young Dolly
- Patei no kodomo shinbun (1986) ... Kin (voice)
- Biibaa ie no natsu (1986) ... Kin (voice)
- Ika naide! Sensei (1986) ... Arthur Mouse (voice)
- O kashi no ie no yakusoku (1986) ... Young Dolly (voice)
- Hiroin hawatashi (1986) ... Arthur Mouse (voice)
 1986 Wonder Beat S (TV Series)
Bio
 1985 Gegege no Kitarô (TV Series)
Sunakake Baba
 1985 Aoki ryûsei SPT Reizunâ (TV Series)
Anna Stephanie
 1985 Gu-Gu Ganmo
Umeko (voice)
 1973-1974 Gatchaman (TV Series)
 1968 Yokai ningen bem (TV Series)
Bera
- Kyofu no kamotsu ressha (1968) ... Bera (voice)
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Does the voice of Kinopio (Toad) in the Japanese language versions of the recent Super Mario franchise.

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