Mitsuko Horie Net Worth

Mitsuko Horie Net Worth is
$4 Million

Mitsuko Horie Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Mitsuko Horie (?? ???, 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.

Date Of BirthMarch 8, 1957
Place Of BirthYamato, Japan
Height5' 0¼" (1.53 m)
ProfessionActress, Music Department, Soundtrack
Star SignPisces
#Fact
1Since her debut while she was 12 years old in 1969 with 'Kurenai Sanshiro (1969)', she has performed more than 900 original songs for anime and tokusatsu productions and is considered one of the "Four Heavenly Kings and Queens of Anison", along with Kumiko Ôsugi, Isao Sasaki and Ichirô Mizuki.
2Started out as a Asian pop singer in the 1960s-1970s.

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dokutaa Suranpu Arale-chan1981TV SeriesObotchaman (Japanese version, voice)
Mahô shôjo Lalabelle1980-1981TV SeriesLalabelle
Mahô shôjo Lalabelle: Umi ga yobu natsuyatsumi1980ShortLalabelle (voice)
Age of the Great Dinosaurs1979Rumi (voice)
Space Ironmen Kyodain1976TV Series
Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold2015TV Mini-SeriesPolaris Hilda
Hikônin Sentai Akibarenjâ2013TV SeriesYasuko Yokoyama
Kaizoku sentai Gôkaijâ the Movie: Soratobu yuureisen2011ShortBeron (voice)
Tobidasu ehon 3D2010Short voice
Dragon Ball: Origins 22010Video GameUpa (Japanese version, voice)
Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo2009Video GameUpa (voice)
Kon'nichiwa An: Bifô Guriin Gêburusu2009TV SeriesJessie Gleeson
Dragonball Z: Budokai tenkaichi 32007Video GameUpa (Japanese version, voice)
Dragon Ball2002-2003TV SeriesUpa Obocchaman
Submarine Super 992003TV SeriesMiyuki Moriki
Kikaidâ Zero Wan: The Animation2001Video shortMieko / Bijinder
Dorîrâ-san2000Video GameSusumu Hori, Anna Hottenmeyer, Puchi (voice)
Himitsu no Akko-chan1998TV SeriesQueen of Land of Mirrors (voice)
Dragon Ball GT: Doragon bôru jîtî1997TV SeriesUpa
Sailor Moon Sailor Stars1996-1997TV SeriesSailor Galaxia
Apocalypse Zero1996VideoYukiko Horie (voice)
Ie naki ko Remi1996TV SeriesRemi (voice)
Watashi no ashinaga ojisan1990TV SeriesJudy Abbott (voice)
Cyber City Oedo 8081990TV Mini-SeriesKyoko
Chojin Locke: Lord Leon1989TV Mini-Series shortFlora Lane
Seinto Seiya1988TV SeriesHilda
Grimm Masterpiece Theatre1988TV SeriesCinderella / Rapunzel / Princess Briar Rose
Himitsu no Akko-chan1988TV SeriesAtsuko 'Akko-chan' Kagami (voice)
Doragon bôru: Makafushigi dai bôken1988Upa (voice)
Dragon Ball: Doragon bôru1987-1988TV SeriesUpa / Obocchaman
Shoukoushi Sedi1988TV SeriesCokie (voice)
Haja taisei Dangaiô1987VideoDira (voice)
Esupâ Mami1987TV SeriesSakurako / Kaori (voice)
Jikû senshi Spilban1986TV SeriesSpielvan and Helen's Mother
Uchûsen Sajitteriasu1986TV SeriesSebeep
Ai shôjo Porianna monogatari1986TV SeriesPollyanna (voice)
Kamui no ken1985Chiomapp (voice)
Shôkôjo Sêra1985TV SeriesDonald
Ai Shite Night1983-1984TV SeriesYaeko 'Yakko' Mitamura

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Casshan: Robot Hunter1993TV Series performer: theme song
Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman II1978-1979TV Series singer - 52 episodes

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Juerupetto2009TV Series performer: "Egao no Loop Loop of Smiles"
Gôgô sentai Bôkenger2006TV Series performer - 1 episode
Hyakujû sentai Gaorenjâ tai Sûpâ Sentai2001Video performer: "Susume! Gorenjâ", "Super Sentai Damashi"
Hyakujû sentai Gaorenjâ2001TV Series performer - 1 episode
Wowser1989TV Series performer: "Fly Away - Yume no Hikouki", "Go! Go! My Friend"
Himitsu no Akko-chan1988TV Series performer: "Himitsu no Akko-chan" "Akko's Secret", "Don't you?"
Seinto Seiya1987TV Series performer - 3 episodes
Mori no tonto tachi1984TV Series performer: "Wakuwaku Sant Claus" Opening song, "Chiisai Maru ga Hirogatte" Ending song
Ai Shite Night1983TV Series performer: "Koi wa Totsuzen" "Sudden Love"
The Wizard of Oz1982performer: "Dare ka ga watashi wo matte iru", "1 + 1 wa nan?"
Hello! Sandy Bell1981TV Series performer: "Haro! Sandiberu!"
Mahô shôjo Lalabelle: Umi ga yobu natsuyatsumi1980Short performer: "Hello Lalabelle", "Mahô Shôjo Lalabelle"
Mahô shôjo Lalabelle1980TV Series performer: "Hello Lalabelle", "Mahô Shôjo Lalabelle"
Angel1979TV Series performer: "Hana no ko Lun Lun" "Lun Lun, Girl of Flowers"
Majokko tikkeru1978TV Series performer: "Majokko Tickle" Opening Theme, "Tickle Tico no Cha Cha Cha" Ending Theme
Kyandi Kyandi1976TV Series performer: "Candy Candy" Opening song, "Ashita ga Suki" ="I Like Tomorrow" Ending Song
Ninja Kyaputâ1976TV Series performer: "Fight! Ninja Captor", "Captors of the Open Skies"
Andesu shônen Pepero no bôken1975TV Series "Pepero No Bouken", "Tell Me Wind"
Himitsu sentai Gorenjâ1975TV Series performer: "Susume! Gorenjâ"
Kerokko Demetan1973TV Series performer: "Kerokko Demetan", "Makeru na Demetan"
Mahô no Mako-chan1970TV Series performer: "Mahô no Mako-chan" Magical Mako, "Boku wa Mako ni Tsuite Yuku"
Kurenai Sanshiro1969TV Series performer: "Kurenai Sanshiro"

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Kamen Raidâ Sutorongâ1975TV Series

Known for movies

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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