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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 Z Kai (2009). See full bio »
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 2013 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods
Chichi (Japanese version, voice)
 2010 Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 (Video Game)
Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 2008 Dragon Ball: Hey! Son Goku and Friends Return!! (Short)
Chichi / Puar / Marron (voice, uncredited)
 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)
 1995-2003 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)
 1995 Chibi Maruko-chan (TV Series)
Tamae Honami
 1995 Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 (Video Game)
Puar (voice)
 1995 Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn
Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 1994 Yûgen kaisha (Video short)
Suimei (voice)
 1993 Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound
Chichi / Pu'erh (voice)
 1993 Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks (TV Movie)
Pu-erh / Chichi (voice)
 1992 Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13
Chi-Chi (Japanese version, voice)
 1992 Super Deformed Double Feature (Video short)
Rabby (voice)
 1991 Gall Force: Earth Chapter (Video)
 1990 Transformers: Zone (Video short)
 1990 Dragon Ball Z: Tree of Might
Puar (Japanese version, voice)
 1990 Kennosuke-sama (Short)
 1990 Umezu Kazuo no Noroi (Video short)
Masami (voice)
 1989 Gall Force: Earth Chapter (Video)
 1989 Rhea Gall Force (Video)
 1989 Sally, the Witch (TV Series)
Rumi (voice)
 1989 The Jungle Book: The Adventures of Mowgli (TV Series)
Linda (1989)
- Mowgli Comes to the Jungle: Part 1 (1989) ... Linda (1989) (voice)
 1988 Vampire Princess Miyu (TV Mini-Series)
Miyu Yamano (Japanese version, voice)
 1988 Akko's Secret (TV Series)
Shippona (voice)
 1988 Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure
Pu'erh (voice)
 1988 Super Deformed Double Feature (Video short)
 1988 Dragon Ball: Goku's Traffic Safety (TV Short)
Puar / Suno (voice)
 1986-1988 Seinto Seiya (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)
 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 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)
 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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