Masako Nozawa

Voice Actress

Masako Nozawa was born on October 25th, 1936 in Tokyo, Japan and is the Voice Actress from Japan. Discover Masako Nozawa's biography, age, height, physical stats, dating/affair, family, hobbies, education, career updates, and networth at the age of 85 years old.

Date of Birth
October 25, 1936
Nationality
Japan
Place of Birth
Tokyo, Japan
Age
85 years old
Zodiac Sign
Scorpio
Networth
$20 Million
Profession
Actor, Child Actor, Seiyu
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About Masako Nozawa
  • Masako Nozawa (born October 25, 1936) is a Japanese actress and voice actress.
  • Throughout her life, she has been affiliated with Production Baobab, 81 Produce and self-owned Office Nozawa; she is currently affiliated with Aoni Production.
  • Her late husband, Masaaki Tsukada, was also a voice actor. She currently voices Goku in the popular anime franchise Dragon Ball, as well as all of Goku's male family relatives (except Raditz) and the villainous Goku Black.
  • She has also voiced Tetsuro Hoshino (Galaxy Express 999) and Kitaro (GeGeGe no Kitaro, first and second series).
  • In addition, she has also voiced two separate characters named "Hiroshi"; a character in Dokonjo Gaeru, and the characters known in the U.S. as "Pidge" and "Haggar" in Hyakujuo Golion.
  • She also voiced Doraemon in the 1973 anime, replacing Kosei Tomita, who voiced the character in the first 26 episodes.
  • In the 1979 anime, she was replaced by Nobuyo Oyama, however Masako voiced Doraemon again in a 1988 special entitled Early English with Doraemon for unknown reasons.

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