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Iemasa Kayumi (1932–2014)

Iemasa Kayumi was born on October 31, 1932 in Tokyo, Japan. She was an actress, known for Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984), Ghost in the Shell (1995) and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2009). She died on September 30, 2014 in Tokyo. See full bio »

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(age 81) in Tokyo, Japan

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Known For

Ghost in the Shell
Ghost in the Shell Puppet Master
(1995)
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Narrator / Otosama / Homunculus / Truth
(2009-2010)

Filmography

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 2015 Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (Video Game)
Khalia Chival VI
 2014 Space Dandy (TV Series)
Professor Duran
- The Never-Ending Dandy, Baby (2014) ... Professor Duran (voice)
- Dandy's Day in Court, Baby (2014) ... Professor Duran (voice)
 2013 Drakengard 3 (Video Game)
Partition (Japanese version, voice)
 2011 Final Fantasy Type-0 (Video Game)
Khalia Chival VI (voice)
 2011 Wolverine (TV Series)
Koh
- Kurohagi (2011) ... Koh (Japanese version, voice)
- Shingen (2011) ... Koh (Japanese version, voice)
- Hell Road (2011) ... Koh (Japanese version, voice)
- Koh (2011) ... Koh (Japanese version, voice)
- Vadhaka (2011) ... Koh (Japanese version, voice)
 2006-2011 Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl (TV Series)
Dr. Nanakamado
- Hikari - Setting Off on a New Journey! (2011) ... Dr. Nanakamado (voice)
- Dialga and Palkia! The Final Battle! (2009) ... Dr. Nanakamado (voice)
- Agnome, Yuxie, Emrit! (2009) ... Dr. Nanakamado (voice)
- The Ruins of Steel Island! (2009) ... Dr. Nanakamado (voice)
- The Final Contest! Pokémon Triathlon!! (2008) ... Dr. Nanakamado (voice)
 2009-2010 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (TV Series)
Narrator / Otosama / Homunculus / ...
- Tabiji no hate (2010) ... Narrator (Japanese version, voice)
- Tobira no mukougawa (2010) ... Otosama / Narrator / Homunculus / ... (Japanese version, voice)
- Seizetsunaru hangeki (2010) ... Otosama / Narrator (Japanese version, voice)
- Kami o nomikomishi mono (2010) ... Otosama / Narrator (Japanese version, voice)
- Ten no hitomi, shi no tobira (2010) ... Otosama / Narrator (Japanese version, voice)
 2010 Darker Than Black: Gaiden (Video short)
Robert Schroder (Japanese version, voice)
 2009 Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva
Oswald Whistler (Japanese version, voice)
 2009 Hottarake no shima - Haruka to maho no kagami
Baron (Japanese version, voice)
 2009 Ekiro (TV Movie)
 2008 Kurenai (TV Series)
Shop Owner
- Miso to nagare to (2008) ... Shop Owner (voice)
 2005 IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix (TV Series)
Hans
- Spring Has Come (2005) ... Hans (Japanese version, voice)
 2004 Guilty Gear Isuka (Video Game)
Slayer (voice)
 2003 Drakengard (Video Game)
Verdelet (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 RahXephon: The Motion Picture - Pluralitas Concentio (TV Movie)
Ernst Von Bähbem (voice)
 2003 Guilty Gear X2 (Video Game)
Slayer (voice)
 2002 Gungrave (Video Game)
Big Daddy (voice)
 2002 Armitage III: Dual Matrix (Video)
Ohara
 2002 RahXephon (TV Series)
Ernst von Barbem
 2001 Najica: Blitz Tactics (TV Series)
Jin Majima (voice)
 2001 Zoids (TV Series)
Colonel Kruger / Narration (voice)
 2000 Street Fighter EX3 (Video Game)
Shadow Geist (voice)
 1999 Street Fighter EX2 Plus (Video Game)
Shadow Geist (voice)
 1999 Restol: The Special Rescue Squad (TV Series)
Kou (Japanese version, voice)
 1994 Lunar: Eternal Blue (Video Game)
Zophar (voice)
 1994 Policenauts (Video Game)
Joseph Sadaoki Tokugawa (voice)
 1994 Tekkaman Blade II (TV Mini-Series)
General Pavlochiva
- Dead-Boy (1994) ... General Pavlochiva (voice)
- Virgin-Dream (1994) ... General Pavlochiva (voice)
- Episode #1.2 (1994) ... General Pavlochiva (voice)
- Episode #1.1 (1994) ... General Pavlochiva (voice)
 1993 Coo: Come from a Distant Ocean Coo
Captain Norbel
 1993 Art of Fighting (TV Movie)
Mr. Big (Japanese version, voice)
 1989-1992 Legend of the Galactic Heroes (TV Series)
Jeanne Lobello
- Long Live the Emperor! (1992) ... Jeanne Lobello
- War Without Weapons (1991) ... Jeanne Lobello
- Departure of One (1991) ... Jeanne Lobello
- Emancipation of the Frontier (1989) ... Jeanne Lobello
- Attack on the Empire (1989) ... Jeanne Lobello
 1991 Giant Robo: The Animation (Video)
Chief Chûjô Shizuo
 1989 Crusher Joe The OVAs (TV Mini-Series)
Hume
 1989 Legend of Lemnear (Video)
Gardin
 1989 City Hunter: .357 Magnum
Steiner (voice)
 1988 Dragon's Heaven (Video short)
Shaian
 1987 Neo Tokyo
Buchô (segment "Kôji chûshi meirei") (voice)
 1986 Saint Seiya (TV Series)
Dolbal (voice)
 1985 Area 88: The Blue Skies of Betrayal (Video)
McCoy (voice)
 1983 Cat's Eye (TV Series)
Jaws Fukamachi
- Cleopatra no minoshirokin (1983) ... Jaws Fukamachi (voice)
 1982 Queen Millennia
La Metalian
 1978 Treasure Island (TV Series)
Ribsey (voice)
 1978 One Million-Year Trip: Bandar Book (TV Movie)
Dokudami (voice)
 1978 Future Boy Conan (TV Series)
Lepka
- Taiyoutou (1978) ... Lepka (voice)
- Indasutoria no saigo (1978) ... Lepka (voice)
- Residents Under the Ground (1978) ... Lepka (voice)
- Kyuushutsu (1978) ... Lepka (voice)
- Giganto (1978) ... Lepka (voice)
 1975 A Dog of Flanders (TV Series)
Hendrick Ray (voice)
 1973 Zero Tester (TV Series)
Moebius
 1973 Isamu the Wilderness Boy (TV Series)
Retto Wingate (voice)
 1972 Rupan sansei (TV Series)
Mamou Kyosuke the Mad Time Traveller
- Beware the Time Machine! (1972) ... Mamou Kyosuke the Mad Time Traveller
 1970 Tomorrow's Joe (TV Series)
Henry James
 1967 Captain Ultra (TV Series)
Narrator
 1965 Tatakae! Osupâ (TV Series) (voice)
 1965 Uchuu Ace (TV Series)
Dr. Tatsunoko (voice)
 1963 Mighty Atom (TV Series)
Skunk the Gang

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Personal Details

Height:

5' 7¾" (1.72 m)
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Trivia:

Japanese dubbing voice for Frank Sinatra.

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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