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Masako Nozawa

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Native name  野沢 雅子
Agent  Aoni Production
Years active  1939–present
Parents  Ryoshu Nozawa
Role  Actress
Ethnicity  Japanese
Name  Masako Nozawa

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Born  October 25, 1936 (age 79) (1936-10-25) Tokyo, Japan
Spouse  Masaaki Tsukada (m. ?–2014)
Movies and TV shows  Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrect, Dragon Ball Super, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of, Dragon Ball Z Kai
Similar People  Ryo Horikawa, Mayumi Tanaka, Sean Schemmel, Hiromi Tsuru, Masaaki Tsukada

Occupation  Actress, voice actress
Notable credit(s)  Son Goku (Dragon Ball)

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Masako Nozawa (野沢 雅子, Nozawa Masako, born October 25, 1936) is a Japanese actress and voice actress from Tokyo. Throughout her life, she has been affiliated with Production Baobab, 81 Produce and Office Nozawa; she is currently affiliated with Aoni Production. Her husband, Masaaki Tsukada, was also a voice actor.

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As a voice actress, she is best known for the role of Son Goku in the popular anime franchise Dragon Ball, as well as all of Goku's male family relatives except Raditz. She has also voiced Tetsurō Hoshino (Galaxy Express 999) and Kitarō (GeGeGe no Kitarō, first and second series). In addition, she has also voiced two separate characters named "Hiroshi"; a character in Dokonjō Gaeru, and the character known in the U.S. as "Pidge" in Hyakujūō Golion. She also voiced Doraemon in the 1973 anime, replacing male actor Kōsei Tomita, who voiced the character in the first 26 episodes. In the 1979 anime, she was replaced by Nobuyo Ōyama.

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Career

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Nozawa made her movie debut as a child actor at the age of 3. Throughout her career as a voice actress, she has performed many male roles (most notably as all the male members of Goku's family in every piece of Japanese Dragon Ball media, with the exception of Raditz), leading Japanese fans to give her the nickname "The Eternal Boy". These days, however, she prefers the roles of elderly woman characters, although she continues to perform other roles (including young boys) occasionally. On April 1, 2006, she resigned from 81 Produce to establish office Nozawa. In 2010, Nozawa closed her Talent Agency. A number of voice actors who were affiliated with her agency went on to affiliate with Media Force.

Anime television series

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1960s
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  • Astro Boy (1963)
  • Obake no Q-tarō (1965) (Shin'ichi Ōhara)
  • Sally, the Witch (1966) (Tonkichi Hanamura)
  • Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro (1968) (Kitaro)
  • Star of the Giants (1968)
  • Cyborg 009 (1968)
  • Sabu to Ichi Torimono Hikae (1968)
  • Attack No.1 (1969) (Tonan high school captain Higaki)
  • Tiger Mask (1969) (Takeshi)
  • Marine Boy (1969)

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    1970s
  • Inakappe Taishō (1970) (Daizaemon Kaze)
  • Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro (1971) (Kitaro)
  • Dokonjō Gaeru (1972) (Hiroshi)
  • Casshan (1973) (Māru)
  • Dororon Enma-kun (1973) (Enma-kun)
  • Doraemon (1973) (Doraemon, Botako)
  • Calimero (1974) (Buta)
  • Hoshi no Ko Poron (1974) (Poron, Animal Folks, Narrator)
  • Gamba no Bōken (1975) (Gamba)
  • La Seine no Hoshi (1975) (Danton)
  • Maya the Bee (1975) (Willy)
  • Combattler V (1976) (Ropet, Oreana, Kinta Ichinoki)
  • Piccolino no Bōken (1976) (Pinocchio)
  • Araiguma Rascal (1977) (Rascal)
  • Ore wa Teppei (1977) (Teppei Uesugi)
  • Galaxy Express 999 (1978) (Tetsurō Hoshino)
  • 1980s
  • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1980) (Tom Sawyer)
  • Kaibutsu-kun (1980) (Tarō Kaibutsu)
  • Tsurikichi Sampei (1980) (Sampei)
  • Urusei Yatsura (1981) (Kintarō)
  • Miss Machiko (1981) (Kenta Ikegami)
  • Golion/Voltron (1981) (Hiroshi Suzuishi/Pidge, Honerva/Haggar)
  • The Mysterious Cities of Gold (1982) (Esteban)
  • Ginga Hyōryū Vifam series (1983) (Kentsu Norton)
  • Igano Kabamaru (1983) (Young Kabamaru)
  • Bumpety Boo (1986) (Bumbo)
  • Dragon Ball (1986) (Son Goku)
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1986) (Princess Ozma)
  • Ai Shōjo Pollyanna Monogatari (1986) (Polly Harrington)
  • Aoi Blink (1989) (Kakeru)
  • Dash! Yonkuro (1989) (Yonkuro Hinomaru)
  • Dragon Ball Z (1989) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Bardock, Son Goten, Gotenks, Vegetto)
  • 1990s
  • Kimba the White Lion (1990) (Gibo)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Bardock – The Father of Goku (1990) (Bardock, Son Goku)
  • Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks (1993) (Son Gohan)
  • Dragon Ball GT (1996) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Son Goten, Gogeta, Son Goku Jr.)
  • Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure (1999) (Urara Nanjōin)
  • Alice SOS (1999)
  • 2000s
  • Hamtaro (2000) (Ohamuba-san [Auntie Viv], Roko-chan's ["Laura"'s] Grandma)
  • Love Hina (2000) (Hina Urashima)
  • Kindaichi Case Files (2000) (Tomoyo Konta)
  • One Piece (2001) (Doctor Kureha)
  • Digimon Tamers (2001) (Guilmon, Dukemon, Narrator)
  • Case Closed (2001) (Furuyo Senma)
  • Rockman EXE Beast+ (2002) (Electel Mama)
  • Mirmo! (2003) (Kinta)
  • Futari wa Pretty Cure series (2004) (Sanae Yukishiro)
  • Digital Monster X-Evolution (2005) (Dukemon)
  • Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation (2005) (Masamune)
  • Tsubasa Chronicle (2005) (Kaigyo)
  • Kirarin Revolution (2006) (Grandmother)
  • Love Get Chu (2006) (Takemiya-sensei)
  • Naruto (2006) (Old Woman) episode 187-188
  • Digimon Savers (2007) (Dukemon)
  • Hatara Kizzu Maihamu Gumi (2007) (Gaudi)
  • Hakaba Kitaro (2008) (Kitaro)
  • Cross Game (2009) (Nomo)
  • Dragon Ball Kai (2009) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Bardock, Son Goten, Gotenks, Vegetto)
  • Marie & Gali (2009) (Marie Curie)
  • Shugo Chara! Shugo Chara!! Doki- Episode 75 (2009) (Maruyama Haruki)
  • 2010s
  • Yumeiro Patissiere (2010) (French Chairwoman)
  • Keroro Gunso (2011) (Orara)
  • Nichijou (2011) (Frill-necked lizard in episode 10)
  • Tanken Driland (2012) (Bonny)
  • Ping Pong (2014) (Obaba)
  • Dragon Ball Super (2015) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Son Goten, Gotenks, Goku Black, Vegetto)
  • Seiyu's Life! (2015) (Herself)
  • Original video animation (OVA)

  • The Hakkenden (1990) (Kamezasa)
  • Iczer Girl Iczelion (1995) (Iczel)
  • Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! (2008) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Son Goten, Gotenks)
  • Dragon Ball: Episode of Bardock (2011) (Bardock)
  • Theatrical animation

  • Flying Phantom Ship (1969) (Hayato)
  • Kaitei Sanman Mile (1970) (Isamu)
  • Galaxy Express 999 (1979) (Tetsurō Hoshino)
  • Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (1986) (Son Goku)
  • Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle (1987) (Son Goku)
  • Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure (1988) (Son Goku)
  • Hare Tokidoki Buta (1988) (Yamada-san)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone (1989) (Son Goku, Son Gohan)
  • Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest (1990) (Son Goku, Son Gohan)
  • Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might (1990) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Tullece)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug (1991) (Son Goku, Son Gohan)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge (1991) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Bardock)
  • Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler (1992) (Son Goku, Son Gohan)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13! (1992) (Son Goku, Son Gohan)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan (1993) (Son Goku, Son Gohan)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound (1993) (Son Goku, Son Gohan)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Broly – Second Coming (1994) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Son Goten)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly (1994) (Son Goku, Son Goten)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn (1995) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Son Goten, Gogeta, Gotenks)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (1995) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Son Goten, Gotenks)
  • Dragon Ball: The Path to Power (1996) (Son Goku)
  • Doraemon: Nobita Drifts in the Universe (1999) (Rogu)
  • Ojarumaru (2000) (Semira)
  • Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventurers (2001) (Guilmon)
  • Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon (2002) (Guilmon)
  • Doraemon: Nobita in the Robot Kingdom (2002) (Kururimpa)
  • Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart (2005) (Round, Sanae Yukishiro)
  • Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart 2: Yukizora no Tomodachi (2005) (Round,Muta, Sanae Yukishiro)
  • Oshare Majo Love and Berry: Shiawase no Mahou (2007) (Headmistress Izabera)
  • Asura (2012) (Asura)
  • Doraemon: Nobita and the Island of Miracles—Animal Adventure (2012) (Nobisuke)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods (2013) (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Son Goten, Gotenks)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' (2015) (Son Goku, Son Gohan)
  • GAMBA (2015) (Tsuburi)
  • Kaze no Yō ni (2016) (Sanpei)
  • Kimi no Koe wo Todoketai (2017) (Nagisa's grandmother)
  • Yo-kai Watch the Movie 4 (2017) (Kitaro)
  • Computer and video games

  • Battle Stadium D.O.N (Son Goku, Son Gohan)
  • Super Robot Wars series (Oreana, Ropet)
  • Digimon Park (Guilmon)
  • Digimon Tamers Battle Evolution (Guilmon)
  • Digimon Racing (Guilmon)
  • Digimon Battle Chronicle (Guilmon)
  • Dragon Ball series (Son Goku, Son Gohan, Bardock, Son Goten, Tullece, Vegetto, Gotenks, Gogeta, Goku Black)
  • Egg Monster Hero 4 (Four-Dimensional Empress)
  • Final Fantasy Type-0 (Commissar)
  • Kingdom Hearts series (Merryweather)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Old Woman)
  • PoPoRoGue (Gilda)
  • J-Stars Victory VS (Son Goku)
  • Puppet shows

  • Nobi Nobi Non-chan (1990–1996) (Tame-kun, Ana-chan's mother, Kitsune's granny)
  • Zawa Zawa Mori no Ganko-chan (1996–) (Kero-chan)
  • Live-action

  • Babe (2002 NTV edition) (Esmé Hoggett (Magda Szubanski))
  • Babe: Pig in the City (2004 NTV edition) (Esmé Hoggett (Magda Szubanski))
  • End of Days (Mabel (Miriam Margolyes))
  • The Goonies (1988 TBS edition) (Clark, a.k.a., "Mouth" (Corey Feldman))
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (Short-Round (Jonathan Ke Quan))
  • Little Fockers (Dina Byrnes (Blythe Danner))
  • Meet the Fockers (Dina Byrnes (Blythe Danner))
  • Meet the Parents (Dina Byrnes (Blythe Danner))
  • Ordinary People (Beth Jarrett (Mary Tyler Moore))
  • The Poseidon Adventure (Robin Shelby (Eric Shea))
  • Richie Rich (Richie (Macaulay Culkin))
  • Switch (Maggie Philbin (Sharon Gless))
  • Animation

  • Doug (Doug Funnie)
  • The Croods (Gran)
  • The Lion King 1½ (Timon's mother)
  • Maya the Bee (Willy) (2014 movie)
  • Sleeping Beauty (1995 Buena Vista edition) (Merriweather)
  • Live action

  • Kitaro ga Mita Gyokusai - Mizuki Shigeru no Senso (Kitarō's voice)
  • Robot 110-Ban (Gan-chan's voice)
  • Super Voice World: Yume to Jiyū to Happening (DVD)
  • Ultraman Story (young Ultraman Tarou's voice)
  • Radio

  • Seishun Adventure: Fūshin Engi (NHK-FM) (Nataku)
  • CD

  • CD Theater: Dragon Quest (Merusera)
  • Doraemon Ondō (King Records cover)
  • Others

  • Law of Ueki commercial for Shōnen Sunday (Kousuke Ueki)
  • Naruhodo! The World (narration)
  • NHK Kyōiku: Kagaku Daisukishi you Jaku (narration)
  • Toriko, One Piece and Dragon Ball Z Collaboration Special (Goku, Gohan and Goten)
  • Wakasa Seikatsu commercial (narration)
  • The Wide Friday Ranking (narration)
  • References

    Masako Nozawa Wikipedia


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