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Keiko Yokozawa is a Actor born on 2 september 1952

Keiko Yokozawa

Keiko Yokozawa
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Birth name Keiko Nanba
Birth 2 september 1952 (66 years)

Keiko Nanba (難波 啓子, Nanba Keiko, born 2 September 1952 in Niigata, Japan), better known by the stage name Keiko Yokozawa (横沢 啓子, Yokozawa Keiko), is a Japanese voice actress. She is most known for the roles of Dorami (Doraemon), Mami Sakura (Esper Mami), Benio Hanamura (Haikara-san ga Tōru), and Sheeta (Castle in the Sky)

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Castle in the Sky (1986)
(Actor)

Usually with

Isao Takahata
Isao Takahata
(2 films)
Jim Cummings
Jim Cummings
(1 films)
Patrick Borg
Patrick Borg
(1 films)
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Filmography of Keiko Yokozawa (3 films)

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Actor

Castle in the Sky, 2h6
Directed by Hayao Miyazaki
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation, Romance
Themes Environmental films, Feminist films, Transport films, Aviation films, Political films, Cyberpunk films, Steampunk films, Children's films, Robot films, Mise en scène d'une plante
Actors Keiko Yokozawa, Mayumi Tanaka, Minori Terada, Ichirō Nagai, Yoshito Yasuhara, Ryūji Saikachi
Roles Sheeta
Rating80% 4.0492354.0492354.0492354.0492354.049235
In the film's backstory, human civilizations built flying cities, which were later destroyed by an unspecified catastrophe, forcing the survivors to live on the ground. The only remaining flying city, Laputa, still floats in the sky, concealed by a permanent powerful thunderstorm that surrounds it.
Gauche the Cellist
Directed by Isao Takahata
Genres Fantasy, Musical, Animation
Themes Feminist films, Films about music and musicians, Films about classical music and musicians, Political films
Actors Fuyumi Shiraishi, Keiko Yokozawa, Christophe Lemoine, Kaneta Kimotsuki, Éric Legrand, Patrick Borg
Roles L'enfant souris
Rating69% 3.493993.493993.493993.493993.49399
Goshu est un violoncelliste d'orchestre maladroit et timide, toujours réprimandé par son professeur. Il va être aidé dans la préparation de son concert par la visite d'une succession d'animaux : un chat, un coucou, un tanuki et un mulot, chacun lui apportant des vertus telles que la patience, le goût de la communication et la rigueur. Le chat, provocateur, insolent et chapardeur, révèle à Goshu sa faculté d'exprimer sa colère. L'oiseau chantant son fameux « coucou » sur deux notes est un modèle pour Goshu qui tentera de multiples variations sur cet air ; le tanuki approfondit l'enseignement du rythme avec son tambour. Enfin, la souris suppliera Goshu de jouer pour la guérison de son souriceau malade, ce qui sera l'occasion pour Goshu de faire montre de sa compassion et de sa générosité. Ces animaux, dans leur comportement authentique, auront tous contribué, par l'échange, à l'apprentissage intime du jeune héros.