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Yûko Miyamura

Yûko Miyamura was born on December 4, 1972 in Kobe, Japan. She is an actress, known for Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (1997), Berserk (1997) and Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance (2009). She has been married to Takayuki Seki since March 2004. She was previously married to D. Nakatani. See full bio »
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 2013 Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (Video Game)
Larxene (voice)
 2009 Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser
Kazuha Toyama (voice)
 2007 Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ (Video Game)
Larxene (Japanese version, voice)
 2007 Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories (Video Game)
Larxene (Japanese version, voice)
 2004 Mai-HiME (TV Series)
Alyssa Searrs
 2003 Detective Conan: Conan, Heiji, and the Vanished Boy (Video short)
Kazuha Toyama (voice)
 2002 Ninpuu Sentai Hurricanger Shushuuto the Movie (Short)
Knuckle (voice)
 2002 Detective Conan: 16 Suspects!? (Video short)
Kazuha Toyama (voice)
 2001 Ajimu - Kaigan Monogatari (TV Mini-Series)
Suzue Takemoto (voice, as Yuko Miyamura)
 2001 Outlaw Star (TV Series)
Aisha Clanclan
- Return to Space (2001) ... Aisha Clanclan (Japanese version, voice)
- Maze of Despair (2001) ... Aisha Clanclan (Japanese version, voice)
- Cutting the Galactic Leyline (2001) ... Aisha Clanclan (Japanese version, voice)
- Hot Springs Planet Tenrei (2001) ... Aisha Clanclan (Japanese version, voice)
- Gravity Jailbreak (2001) ... Aisha Clanclan (Japanese version, voice)
 2000 Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (Video Game)
Chun-Li (voice, uncredited)
 2000 Street Fighter EX3 (Video Game)
Chun-Li (voice)
 2000 Angel Sanctuary (TV Mini-Series short)
- Regeneration (2000) ... Kurai (voice)
- Awakening (2000) ... Kurai (voice)
- Encounter (2000) ... Kurai (voice)
 2000 Pokémon (TV Series)
- Miltank! Revenge Battle!! (2000) ... Akane (voice)
- Kogane Gym! Speed & Power!? (2000) ... Akane (voice)
 2000 NieA under 7 (TV Series)
 2000 Will Be There for You
Shimauma, Kyoko
 1999 A.Li.Ce
Yumi (voice)
 1999 Jaja uma quartet (Video)
Joe Diamond XVII (voice)
 1999 Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage (Video Game)
Casca (voice)
 1999 Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Video Game)
Chun-Li (voice, as Miyamura Yuko)
 1998 Queen Emeraldas (Video)
Lûda (voice)
 1998 Spectral Force
 1998 Pocket Fighter (Video Game)
Chun-Li (voice)
 1998 Very Private Lesson (Short)
Aya Shirakaba (voice)
 1998 Neo Ranga (TV Series)
Ushio Shimabara
 1997-1998 Berserk (TV Series)
- Eien no koku (1998) ... Caska (voice)
- Shoku (1998) ... Caska (voice)
- Zen'yasai (1998) ... Caska (voice)
- Sennyuu (1998) ... Caska (voice)
- Kokuhaku (1998) ... Caska (voice)
 1998 Burning Rangers (Video Game)
Tillis (Japanese version, voice)
 1998 Refrain Love 2 (Video Game) (voice)
 1998 Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Video Game)
Chun-Li / Shadow Lady / Michelle Heart (voice, as Miyamura Yuko)
 1997 Detatoko Princess (Video)
Lapis (Japanese version, voice)
 1997 Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (Video Game)
Chun-Li (voice)
 1997 Dragoon (Video)
 1997 Knights of Ramune (TV Series)
Parfait (Japanese version)
 1997 Clamp School (TV Series)
Utako Ohkawa (1997) (voice)
 1997 I Dream of Mimi (Video)
Performa (voice)
 1997 Hyper Police (TV Series)
Natsuki Sasahara (voice)
 1997 Refrain Love (Video Game) (voice)
 1997 Hyper Speed GranDoll (Video)
Sigil (voice)
 1996 Street Fighter Alpha 2 (Video Game)
Chun-Li / Rose (voice)
 1996 X-Men vs. Street Fighter (Video Game)
Chun-Li (voice, as Yuko Miyamura)
 1996 Street Fighter EX (Video Game)
Chun Li (voice, as Miyamura Yuko)
 1996 Apocalypse Zero (Video)
Megumi (voice)
 1996 Elf o karu mono-tachi (TV Series)
Ritsuko Inoue
 1996 Hurricane Polymar (Video)
Namba Teru (voice)
 1996 Super Puzzle Fighter II X (Video Game)
Chun-Li (voice)
 1996 Soul Blade (Video Game)
Seong Mi-na (console) (voice, as Yuko Miyamura)
 1995-1996 Neon Genesis Evangelion (TV Series)
Asuka Langley Sôryû / Woman A / Female Announcer / ...
- The Day Tokyo-3 Stood Still (1995) ... Asuka Langley Sôryû / Female Secretary's Voice (voice)
- Magma Diver (1995) ... Asuka Langley Sôryû (voice)
 1995 Battle Skipper (Video)
Shihoko Sakaki (Japanese version, voice)
 1995 Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams (Video Game)
Chun-Li / Rose (voice)
 1995 Natsuki Crisis Battle (Video Game)
Rina Takaoka (voice)
 1995 Legend of the Angel of Love, Wedding Peach (TV Series)
Tamano Hinagiku / Angel Daisy
 1994 Yûsha keisatsu Jei-Decker (TV Series)
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