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Toshiya Ueda

Toshiya Ueda was born on February 24, 1933. He is an actor, known for Shôkôjo Sêra (1985), Vampire Wars (1990) and Kingdom Hearts II (2005). See full bio »


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"The Grand Tour: The Fall Guys"

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May try to find the fastest way from the Big Apple to Niagara Falls in Season 2, Episode 2 of "The Grand Tour." Episode 2 is available Friday, Dec. 15.

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Shôkôjo Sêra
Shôkôjo Sêra Monsieur Dufarge
Vampire Wars
Vampire Wars George Lasaar
Kingdom Hearts II


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 2005 Kingdom Hearts II (Video Game)
Owl (Japanese version, voice)
 2001 Shenmue II (Video Game) (voice)
 1999 Samurai Shodown: Warriors Rage (Video Game)
Oboro / Narrator (voice)
 1998 Pokémon (TV Series)
- Decisive Battle! Guren Gym! (1998) ... Katsura (voice)
- Burn! Guren Gym! (1998) ... Katsura (voice)
 1998 Golgo 13: Queen Bee (Video)
Don Roccini (voice)
 1996 Tattoon Master (TV Series)
Additional Voices (voice)
 1995 Silent Service (Video)
Nicholas J. Bennett (voice)
 1993 Mahô no purinsesu Minkî Momo: Yume ni kakeru hashi (Video)
Crepe Vendor (voice)
 1992 Sailor Moon Super S (TV Series)
- Usagi aseru! Rei-chan hatsu dêto (1992) ... Kunitachi (voice)
 1990 Vampire Wars (Video)
George Lasaar (voice)
 1990 Riki-Oh 2: Child of Destruction (Video)
Zhang Shan-Gui (voice)
 1989 Midoriyama kôkô Kôshien-hen (TV Mini-Series)
Midoriyama High School Coach (voice)
 1989 Legend of Lemnear (Video)
Bar Owner (voice)
 1989 Riki-Oh (Video)
Warden (voice)
 1988 Vampire Princess Miyu (TV Mini-Series)
Shiba (ep.2) (Japanese version, voice)
 1985 Shôkôjo Sêra (TV Series)
Monsieur Dufarge
 1984 Doraemon: Nobita no makai dai bôken
Demaon the Evil King (voice)
 1983 Akû daisakusen Srungle (TV Series)
Jail Section Head
- Sono na wa Gorira: Part 1 (1983) ... Jail Section Head (voice)
 1982 Robby the Rascal (TV Series)
Takemitsu Namakura (voice)
 1980 Lupin the 3rd (TV Series)
Police Chief
- Farewell My Beloved Lupin (1980) ... Police Chief (voice)
 1977 Araiguma Rasukaru (TV Series)
Fûton shi
- Haha no nai ko (1977) ... (voice)
- Okâsan no kitaku (1977) ... Fûton shi (voice)
- Uma to jidôsha wa dochira ga hayai ka (1977) ... Fûton shi (voice)
- Sayônara sukanku tachi (1977) ... Fûton shi (voice)
- Osukâ e no okurimono (1977) ... Fûton shi (voice)
 1975 Andesu shônen Pepero no bôken (TV Series)
- Disappearance of the Temple at the Summit (1975) ... Titicaca (voice)
- Puma Lullaby (1975) ... Titicaca (voice)
- White Cliff with Condors (1975) ... Titicaca (voice)
- Dangerous Rope Bridge (1975) ... Titicaca (voice)
- Quena in the Mist (1975) ... Titicaca (voice)
 1972 Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman (TV Series)
- Kyôfu no Aisu Kyandâ (1972) ... KôKôya
 1966 Urutoraman: Kûsô tokusatsu shirîzu (TV Series)
Mr. Alan (voice-over)
- Kokyô wa chikyû (1966) ... Mr. Alan (voice-over)
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