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Mitsuko Horie

Mitsuko Horie was born on March 8, 1957 in Yamato, Japan. She is known for her work on Watashi no ashinaga ojisan (1990), Ie naki ko Remi (1996) and Seinto Seiya (1986). She has been married to Akio Asami since 1984. They have one child. See full bio »
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Known For

Watashi no ashinaga ojisan
(1990)
Ie naki ko Remi
(1996)
Seinto Seiya
Seinto Seiya Hilda
(1988)

Filmography

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 2015 Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold (TV Mini-Series)
Polaris Hilda
- Let Our Feelings Be Conveyed! The Gold Legend Forever (2015) ... Polaris Hilda (voice)
- The Birth of the Sacred Treasure, the Gungnir Spear (2015) ... Polaris Hilda (voice)
- Resurrection! Loki, the Evil God of Asgard (2015) ... Polaris Hilda (voice)
- Enter the 7 Chambers of Yggdrasil (2015) ... Polaris Hilda (voice)
- Gold Legend, Revive! (2015) ... Polaris Hilda (voice)
 2013 Hikônin Sentai Akibarenjâ (TV Series)
Yasuko Yokoyama
- Môsô Megami (2013) ... Yasuko Yokoyama
 2010 Tobidasu ehon 3D (Short) (voice)
 2010 Dragon Ball: Origins 2 (Video Game)
Upa (Japanese version, voice)
 2009 Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo (Video Game)
Upa (voice)
 2009 Kon'nichiwa An: Bifô Guriin Gêburusu (TV Series)
Jessie Gleeson
- Meariizubiru He (2009) ... Jessie Gleeson (voice)
- Tooi shirabe (2009) ... Jessie Gleeson (voice)
- Chiisa na kiiroi ie (2009) ... Jessie Gleeson (voice)
 2007 Dragonball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (Video Game)
Upa (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 Submarine Super 99 (TV Series)
Miyuki Moriki
 2001 Kikaidâ Zero Wan: The Animation (Video short)
Mieko / Bijinder
 2000 Mr. Driller (Video Game)
Susumu Hori / Anna Hottenmeyer / Puchi (voice)
 1998 Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV Series)
Queen of Land of Mirrors (voice)
 1997 Dragon Ball GT: Doragon bôru jîtî (TV Series)
Upa
- Until We Meet Again... (1997) ... Upa (credit only)
 1996-1997 Sailor Moon Super S (TV Series)
Sailor Galaxia
- Usagi no ai! Gekkou ginga wo terasu (1997) ... Sailor Galaxia (voice)
- Ginga no seisen. Seeraa uoozu densetsu (1996) ... Sailor Galaxia (voice)
- Ubawareta ginzuishou! Kakyuu princess Shutsugen (1996) ... Sailor Galaxia (voice)
- Hikari no chou ga mau toki! Atarashii nami no yokan (1996) ... Sailor Galaxia (voice)
- Akasareta shinjitsu seiya-tachi no kako (1996) ... Sailor Galaxia (voice)
 1996 Apocalypse Zero (Video)
Yukiko Horie (voice)
 1996 Ie naki ko Remi (TV Series)
Remi (voice)
 1992 Kaze no naka no shoujo: kinpatsu no Jeni (TV Series)
Jeanie MacDowell
- Kokyo no Hitobito (1992) ... Jeanie MacDowell (voice)
- Kaze no Iro no Hamoni ... Jeanie MacDowell (voice)
- Ai ga Kieta Fuyu no Hi ... Jeanie MacDowell (voice)
- Yume Kanau Toki ... Jeanie MacDowell (voice)
- Sana no Puropozu ... Jeanie MacDowell (voice)
 1990 Watashi no ashinaga ojisan (TV Series)
Judy Abbott (voice)
 1990 Cyber City Oedo 808 (TV Mini-Series)
Kyoko
- Data 3: Crimson Media (1990) ... Kyoko (voice)
- Data 2: The Decoy Program (1990) ... Kyoko (voice)
- Data 1: Memories of the Past (1990) ... Kyoko (voice)
 1989 Chojin Locke: Lord Leon (TV Mini-Series short)
Flora Lane
- Episode #1.2 (1989) ... Flora Lane (voice)
- Episode #1.3 (1989) ... Flora Lane (voice)
- Episode #1.1 (1989) ... Flora Lane (voice)
 1988 Grimm Masterpiece Theatre (TV Series)
Cinderella / Princess / Rapunzel / ...
- The Six Swans (1988) ... Princess (voice)
- Rapunzel (1988) ... Rapunzel (voice)
- Cinderella: Part 2 (1988) ... Cinderella (voice)
- Cinderella: Part 1 (1988) ... Cinderella (voice)
- Briar Rose (1988) ... Princess Briar Rose (voice)
 1988 Seinto Seiya (TV Series)
Hilda
- Shinpi no kagayaki! Kiniro no bronze cloth (1988) ... Hilda (voice)
- Uchikudake Nanatsu no umi no Mammoth Pillar (1988) ... Hilda (voice)
- KaiÔ Poseidon! Seisen futatabi (1988) ... Hilda (voice)
- Atena yo! Kedakaki eien no inori (1988) ... Hilda (voice)
- Kiseki no shutsugen! Odin robe (1988) ... Hilda (voice)
 1988 Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV Series)
Atsuko 'Akko-chan' Kagami (voice)
 1987-1988 Dragon Ball: Doragon bôru (TV Series)
Upa / Obocchaman
- Tenshinhan no ketsui!! (1988) ... Upa (voice)
- Kingu Kyassuru no kôbô!! (1988) ... Upa (voice)
- Wakagaeru ka!? Pikkoro Daimaô (1988) ... Upa (voice)
- Shenron futatabi (1987) ... Upa (voice)
 1988 Shoukoushi Sedi (TV Series)
Cokie (voice)
 1987 Haja taisei Dangaiô (Video)
Dira (voice)
 1987 Esupâ Mami (TV Series)
Sakurako / Kaori (voice)
 1986 Jikû senshi Spilban (TV Series)
Spielvan and Helen's Mother
 1986 Uchûsen Sajitteriasu (TV Series)
Sebeep
 1986 Ai shôjo Porianna monogatari (TV Series)
Pollyanna (voice)
 1985 Kamui no ken
Chiomapp (voice)
 1985 Shôkôjo Sêra (TV Series)
Donald
 1983-1984 Ai Shite Night (TV Series)
Yaeko 'Yakko' Mitamura
- Wedingu beru wa Tsuyoshi-san to (1984) ... Yaeko 'Yakko' Mitamura (voice)
- Koibito tachi no koncheruto (1984) ... Yaeko 'Yakko' Mitamura (voice)
- Yuki shoku no baraado (1983) ... Yaeko 'Yakko' Mitamura (voice)
- Chibikko tenshi no rokku (1983) ... Yaeko 'Yakko' Mitamura (voice)
- Chiisana hoshi no merodi (1983) ... Yaeko 'Yakko' Mitamura (voice)
 1981 Dokutaa Suranpu Arale-chan (TV Series)
Obotchaman (Japanese version, voice)
 1980-1981 Mahô shôjo Lalabelle (TV Series)
Lalabelle
- I Love Humans (1981) ... Lalabelle (voice)
- Sayonara wa ai no Melody (1981) ... Lalabelle (voice)
- The American Girl (1981) ... Lalabelle (voice)
 1979 Age of the Great Dinosaurs
Rumi (voice)
 1976 Space Ironmen Kyodain (TV Series)
Show Show Music department (2 credits)
Show Show Soundtrack (22 credits)
Show Show Composer (1 credit)

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5' 0¼" (1.53 m)
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Since her debut while she was 12 years old in 1969 with Kurenai Sanshiro (1969), she has performed more than 900 original songs for anime and tokusatsu productions and is considered one of the "Four Heavenly Kings and Queens of Anison", along with Kumiko Ôsugi, Isao Sasaki and Ichirô Mizuki. See more »

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