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Nachi Nozawa (1938–2010)

Nachi Nozawa was born on January 13, 1938 in Tokyo, Japan as Yasutomo Nozawa. He was an actor, known for Kuraishisu koa: Fainaru fantajî VII (2007), Space Cobra (1982) and Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories (2007). He died on October 30, 2010 in Tokyo. See full bio »

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(age 72) in Tokyo, Japan

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 2010 Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (Video Game)
Even (Japanese version, voice)
 2008 RD: Sennô chôsashitsu (TV Series)
Kazune Ichinose
- Junsei ritsu (2008) ... Kazune Ichinose (voice)
 2007 Devil May Cry (TV Series)
Sid
- Devil May Cry (2007) ... Sid (voice)
 2007 Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ (Video Game)
Vexen (Japanese version, voice)
 2007 Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories (Video Game)
Vexen (Japanese version, voice)
 2007 Kekkaishi (TV Series)
Heisuke Matsudo
- Masamori no takurami (2007) ... Heisuke Matsudo (Japanese version, voice)
 2007 Kuraishisu koa: Fainaru fantajî VII (Video Game)
Hojo (Japanese version, voice)
 2006 Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire (TV Series)
Ukon
- Jukain! Dawn of Revival!! (2006) ... Ukon (voice)
 2006 Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
Prof. Hojo (voice)
 2005 Last Order: Final Fantasy VII (Video short)
Hojo (voice)
 2002 Macross Zero (Video)
Professor Hasford
 2002 Hanada Shonen-shi (TV Series)
Hanada Tokujirou (voice)
 2002 Rupan sansei: Ikiteita majutsushi (Video)
Pycal (voice)
 2001 Hellsing (TV Series)
Alexander Andersong
 2000 19
Police-Man
 1999 Ten Warriors of Tokyo (TV Mini-Series)
Jyunichi Sakamoto (voice)
 1998 Ginga Eiyû Densetsu Gaiden (TV Series)
Herman Von Luneberg
 1997 Reign: The Conqueror (TV Series)
Aristotle (Japanese version, voice)
 1997 Hermes: Winds of Love
Hesis
 1997 EVE Burst Error (Video Game)
Chief Kono (voice)
 1996 Ijiwaru Baasan (TV Series) (voice)
 1993 Lupin III: Voyage to Danger (TV Movie)
John Klause (voice)
 1988 Deimosu no hanayome (Short)
Deimos
 1986 Tobira o akete (Video)
Raddin (Duran III) (voice)
 1986 Ai City (voice)
 1984 Lensman
Worsel (voice)
 1984 Garasu no kamen (TV Series)
Masumi Hayami (voice)
 1984 Wata no kuni hoshi
Raphael
 1982 Space Cobra (TV Series)
Cobra (voice)
 1982 Kaze no uta o kike (voice)
 1982 Sen-nen joô
Dr. Farah (voice)
 1982 Wagahai wa neko de aru (TV Movie)
Kangetsu (voice)
 1981 Bremen 4: Jigoku no naka no tenshi-tachi (TV Movie)
Black Jack
 1981 Kyofu densetsu: Kaiki! Furankenshutain (TV Movie)
Dr. Victor Frankenstein (voice)
 1980 Yamato yo towa ni
Alphon (voice)
 1979-1980 Berusaiyu no bara (TV Series)
Hans-Axel von Fersen
- Berusaiyu no bara to onnatachi (1980) ... Hans-Axel von Fersen (voice)
- Sayounara waga itoshi no Osukaru (1980) ... Hans-Axel von Fersen (voice)
- Ano bishou wa mou kaeranai! (1980) ... Hans-Axel von Fersen (voice)
- Unmei no tobira no mae de (1980) ... Hans-Axel von Fersen (voice)
- Atsuki chikai no yoru ni (1980) ... Hans-Axel von Fersen (voice)
 1979 Kaitei choutokkyuu marin ekusupuresu (TV Movie)
Black Jack
 1979 Nezha nao hai
Ao Guang's chancellor (Japanese version, voice)
 1978 Shin êsu o nerae! (TV Series)
Coach Munakata (voice)
 1973 Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman (TV Series)
Âsâ Kerî
- Shi no tani no Gacchaman (1973) ... Âsâ Kerî (as Nara Nozawa)
 1973 Hashire! K-100 (TV Series)
Narration
 1970 Kureopatora
Octavian (voice)
 1970 Dokushin no Scat (TV Mini-Series)
Narration
 1969 Dororo (TV Series)
 1969 Rupan sansei: Pilot Film (TV Short)
Arsène Lupin III (TV) (voice, uncredited)
 1968 Kyojin no hoshi (TV Series) (voice)
 1967 Goku no daiboken (TV Series)
Sanzo (voice)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Nara Nozawa
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Trivia:

Did the voice of Lupin the 3rd in the 1969 Pilot Film. See more »

Star Sign:

Capricorn

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