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Mitsuko Horie

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Birth name  Horie Mitsuko
Labels  Nippon Columbia
Spouse  Akio Asami (m. 1984)
Years active  1969–present
Role  Voice actress
Name  Mitsuko Horie
Genres  Kayokyoku, Anison
Website  http://www.micchi.net/

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Born  March 8, 1957 (age 58) Yamato, Kanagawa, Japan (1957-03-08)
Movies  Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure, The Dagger of Kamui
Albums  40th ANNIVERSARY BEST, 聖闘士星矢 ヒット曲集, Kamen Rider Stronger no Uta

Occupation(s)  Voice actress, singer

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Mitsuko Horie (堀江 美都子, Horie Mitsuko, born March 8, 1957 in Yamato, Kanagawa, Japan) is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She has voiced several characters throughout her career, such as Sailor Galaxia in Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars and Remi in the Nippon Animation World Masterpiece Theater series Remi, Nobody's Girl. She is also part of the judging panel at the Animax Anison Grand Prix, with fellow noted anime singers Ichirou Mizuki and Yumi Matsuzawa. As a voice actress, she is attached to Aoni Production.

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Notable roles

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  • Akko in Himitsu no Akko-chan (1988)
  • Unknown date

  • Beron, in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship
  • Remi, in Remi, Nobody's Girl
  • Judy Abbott in My Daddy Long Legs
  • Monica in Porphy no Nagai Tabi
  • Sailor Galaxia in Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars
  • Polaris Hilda in Saint Seiya
  • Narration, Cinderella in Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics
  • Tsuntsunodanoteiyugo Tsun & Obotchaman in Dr. Slump Arale-Chan
  • Upa in Dragon Ball
  • Mitamura Yaeko "Yakko" in Ai Shite Knight
  • Miyuki Moriki in Submarine Super 99
  • Susumu Hori, Anna Hottenmeyer, and Puchi in the Mr. Driller series
  • Opening themes

  • "Kurenai Sanshiro" Judo Boy (1969) (Her very first anime theme song; performed when she was only 12 years old)
  • "Saze-san" Sazae-san (1969) (Horie's song was used as the opening theme in 1975)
  • "Akubi Musume" Hakushon Daimaou (2nd opening) (1969)
  • "Mahou no Mako-chan" Mahō no Mako-chan (1970)
  • "We Love You, We Love You!!! Witch Teacher" Majo Sensei (1971)
  • "Midori no Hidamari" Yamanezumi Rocky Chuck (1973)
  • "Kerokko Demetan" Kerokko Demetan (1973; also known as The Brave Frog)
  • "Bokura Kyōdai Tentō Mushi" The Song of Tentomushi (1974)
  • "Susume! Gorenger" with Isao Sasaki Himitsu Sentai Gorenger (1975-77)
  • "Kum Kum's Song" Wanpaku Omukashi Kum Kum (1975)
  • "La Seine no Hoshi" La Seine no Hoshi (1975)
  • "Sinbad's Adventures" Arabian Nights: Sindbad no Boken (1975)
  • "Watashi wa Candy" Candy Candy (1976)
  • "Magne Robo Gakeen" with Ichirou Mizuki Magne Robo Gakeen (1976-77)
  • "Tatakae! Ninja Captor!" with Ichirou Mizuki Ninja Captor (1976-1977)
  • "Voltes V no Uta" Voltes V 1976-77
  • "Ashita e Attack!" Attack on Tomorrow (1977)
  • "Yakukyou no Uta" Song of Baseball Enthusiasts (1977)
  • "Majokko Tickle" Majokko Tickle (1978)
  • Uchū Majin Daikengo (1978)
  • "Hana no Ko Lunlun" Hana no Ko Lunlun (1979)
  • "Hello Lalabel" Mahou Shoujo Lalabelle (1980)
  • "Hello! Sandybell" Hello! Sandybell (1981)
  • "Hashire! Jolie" Meiken Jolie (also known as Belle and Sebastian) (1981)
  • Dareka ga Watashi wo Matteiru (1982)
  • "Koi wa Totsuzen" Ai shite Knight(1983)
  • "Cross Fight!" with Ichirou Mizuki Dangaioh (1987-89)
  • "Himitsu no Akko-chan" Himitsu no Akko-chan (1st remake)(1988)
  • Dagon in the Lands of Weeds (1988)
  • "Growing Up" My Daddy Long Legs (1990)
  • "Chō Ninja Tai Inazuma!! SPARK" Chō Ninja Tai Inazuma!! SPARK (2007)
  • "New Moon ni Koishite" Sailor Moon Crystal (2016)
  • Ending themes

  • "Akubi Musume" Hakushon Daimaou (1969)
  • "Ran no Uta" Genshi Shonen Ryu (1971)
  • "Kokoro no Uta" Wandering Sun (1971)
  • "Makeru na Demetan" Kerokko Demetan (1973)
  • "Rocky and Polly" Yamanezumi Rocky Chuck (1973)
  • "Hiyoko de Shura" The Song of Tentomushi (1974)
  • "Saurus-kun" Wanpaku Omukashi Kum Kum (1975)
  • "Watashi wa Simone" La Seine no Hoshi (1975)
  • "Sinbad's Song" Arabian Nights: Sindbad no Boken (1975)
  • "Ashita ga Suki" Candy Candy (1976)
  • "Kawa no Uta" Huckleberry no Bouken (1976)
  • Chojin Sentai Baratack (1977)
  • "Volleyball ga suki" Attack on Tomorrow (1977)
  • "Yuuki no Theme" Song of Baseball Enthusiasts (1977)
  • "Tickle and Tiko's Cha-Cha-Cha" Majokko Tickle (1978)
  • "Aozora-tte Iina" Doraemon (1979-2005) (Ending #7)
  • "Mahou Shoujo Lalabel" Mahou Shoujo Lalabelle (1980)
  • "Shiroi Suisen" Hello! Sandybell (1981)
  • "Futari de Hanbunko" Meiken Jolie (1981)
  • "Anata ni Shinjitsuichiro" Dr. Slump (1986)
  • "DON'T YOU" Himitsu no Akko-chan (1988)
  • "Kimi no Kaze" My Daddy Long Legs (1990)
  • "Egao no Loop" Jewelpet (2009)
  • Insert songs

  • "Daltanius no Uta" (for Daltanius 1979-80)
  • "Koi no Hana Uranai" Hana no Ko Lunlun (1979)
  • "Lilac no Hanakotoba" Hana no Ko Lunlun (1979)
  • "My Beautiful Town" Mahou Shoujo Lalabelle (1980)
  • "Ashiato March" "Fukafuka Jolie" (with "Tadashi") "Jolie no Uta" "Rena ga Suki" "Shuppatsu no Uta"
  • "Athena no Komoriuta ~Lullaby~" (for Saint Seiya 1988)
  • "Time" with Hironobu Kageyama (for Saint Seiya 1988)
  • "Shine On ~Eien no Yume~" (for Saint Seiya 1990)
  • "Susume! Driller!" (for Mr. Driller G 2001)
  • "Golden Queen Galaxia" (Character song for Sailor Moon Sailor Stars 1996)
  • References

    Mitsuko Horie Wikipedia


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