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Naoko Watanabe was born on November 22, 1959 in Tokyo, Japan. She is an actress, known for Dragon Ball Z (1989), Dragon Ball Z (1996) and Dragon Ball (1986). See full bio »
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 2009-2014 Dragon Ball Z Kai (TV Series)
Chi-Chi / Puar
- A Faint Hope in Sight! The Warriors Wake Up!! (2014) ... Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
- Secret Plan to Defeat Buu, It's Name Is Fusion! (2014) ... Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
- The Nightmare Returns, the Immortal Monster, Majin Buu! (2014) ... Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
- The Seal Is Broken!? Gohan's Kamehameha of Resistance (2014) ... Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
- I'm the Strongest! The Clash of Goku vs. Vegeta (2014) ... Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 2013 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods
Puar / Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 2010 Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans (Video short)
Chi-Chi (voice)
 2010 Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 (Video Game)
Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 2008 Dragon Ball: Origins (Video Game)
Puar / Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 2007 Dragonball Z: Budokai tenkaichi 3 (Video Game)
Puar / Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 2006 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (Video Game)
Puar / Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 2006 Super Dragon Ball Z (Video Game)
Chi-Chi / Puar
 2004 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 (Video Game)
Chi-Chi / Pu'er (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 Janguru wa itsumo hare nochi Gû: Final (Video short)
Guu (voice)
 1986-2003 Dragon Ball (TV Series)
Puar / Suno
- The Victor (2003) ... Puar (Japanese version, voice)
- Goku Hangs On (2003) ... Puar (Japanese version, voice)
- Goku's Trap (2003) ... Puar (Japanese version, voice)
- Junior No More (2003) ... Puar (Japanese version, voice)
- Super Kamehameha (2003) ... Puar (Japanese version, voice)
 1996-2003 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series)
Puar / Chi-Chi
- Goku's Next Journey (2003) ... Chi-Chi / Puar (Japanese version, voice)
- Granddaughter Pan (2003) ... Chi-Chi / Puar (Japanese version, voice)
- He's Always Late (2003) ... Chi-Chi / Puar (Japanese version, voice)
- Celebrations with Majin Buu (2003) ... Chi-Chi / Puar (Japanese version, voice)
- Spirit Bomb Triumphant (2003) ... Chi-Chi / Puar (Japanese version, voice)
 2002 Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (Video Game)
Puar (Japanese version, voice)
 2002 Jungle Wa Itsumo Hale Nochi Guu Deluxe (Video)
Guu (voice)
 1996-1997 Dragon Ball GT (TV Series)
Chi-Chi / Puar
- Until We Meet Again... (1997) ... Chi-Chi / Puar
- Universal Allies (1997) ... Chi-Chi
- Rescue Goku (1997) ... Chi-Chi
 1996 Doragon bôru: Saikyô e no michi
Puar (Japanese version, voice)
 1995 Chibi Maruko-chan (TV Series)
Tamae Honami
 1995 Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn
Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 1994 Yûgen kaisha (Video short)
Suimei (voice)
 1992 Scramble Wars (Video short)
 1991 Gall Force: Earth Chapter (Video)
Catty
 1991 Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug (Short)
Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 1990 Transformers: Zone (Video short)
Akira
 1990 Dragon Ball Z: The Movie - The Tree of Might
Puar (Japanese version, voice)
 1990 Kennosuke-sama (Short)
Oden
 1990 Umezu Kazuo no Noroi (Video short)
Masami (voice)
 1989 Gall Force: Earth Chapter (Video)
Catty
 1989 Rhea Gall Force (Video)
Narrator
 1989 Sally, the Witch (TV Series)
Rumi (voice)
 1988 Super Deformed Double Feature (Video)
Catty (Gallforce)
 1988 Vampire Princess Miyu (Video)
Miyu Yamano (Japanese version, voice)
 1988 Akko's Secret (TV Series)
Shippona (voice)
 1988 Dragon Ball: Goku's Traffic Safety (Video short)
Puar / Snow (voice)
 1986-1988 Knights of the Zodiac (TV Series)
Miho / Fenrir
- Ikuzo! Oretachi no tabidachi (1987) ... Miho (voice)
- Odoroki! Juni tai ni gold cloth (1987) ... Miho (voice)
- Silver Saints! Hokori takaki shikaku (1987) ... Miho (voice)
- Kyodai! Docrates no moshu (1987) ... Miho (voice)
 1988 Gall Force: Stardust War (Video)
Catty
 1987 Gall Force: Destruction (Video)
Catty (voice)
 1987 Hyper Combat Unit Dangaioh (Video)
Midoh (voice)
 1987 Saint Seiya: Evil Goddess Eris
Miho (voice)
 1987 Mappusu: Densetsu no masayoeru seijintachi (Video)
Tsukime (voice)
 1986 Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies
Puar (Japanese version, voice)
 1986 Maple Town (TV Series)
Oscar Lynx / Susie
- Kodomo dakeno machi (1986) ... Oscar Lynx (voice)
- Watashino e wo mite! (1986) ... Susie (voice)
 1986 Gô-Q-Chôji Ikkiman (TV Series)
Hiroko Tenma (voice)
 1986 Tale of Pollyanna, Girl of Love (TV Series)
Jenny / Pollyanna's Mother (voice)
 1985 Fight! Iczer-1 (Video)
Sayoko (voice)
 1985 Little Princess Sara (TV Series)
Lottie
 1984 Little Beret Memole (TV Series)
Memoru (Memole) (voice)
 1984 Dream Fighter Wingman (TV Series)
Miku (voice)
 1983 Barefoot Gen
Walla (voice)
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