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Miki Nagasawa

Miki Nagasawa


Sometimes Credited As: 長沢美樹
Date of Birth: 11 July 1970
Birthplace: Fukushima, Japan

voiceography
VOICEOGRAPHY
Title Character Episode / Addl. Info
After War Gundam X (1996, Anime Series) Pala Sys (Japanese)
Candidate for Goddess (2000, Anime Series) Kizna Towryk (Japanese)
Claymore (2007, Anime Series) Helen (Japanese)
Cowboy Bebop (1998, Anime Series) Judy (Japanese)
Cowboy Bebop the Movie: Knockin' on Heaven's Door (2001, Anime Film) Judy (Japanese)
Daa! Daa! Daa! (2000, Anime Series) Guava (Japanese)
Death Note (2006, Anime Series) Wedy (Japanese)
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can [Not] Advance (2009, Anime Film) Maya Ibuki (Japanese)
Evangelion: 3.0 You Can [Not] Redo (2012, Anime Film) Maya Ibuki (Japanese)
Great Teacher Onizuka (1999, Anime Series) Hitomi Kizaki (Japanese) (Episode 21-22)
Lucky Star (2007, Anime Series) Lamica Hoshii (Japanese) (Episode 10)
Macross 7 (1994, Anime Series) Jessica (Japanese)
Martian Successor Nadesico (1996, Anime Series) Izumi Maki (Japanese)
My-HiME (2004, Anime Series) Saeko Kuga (Japanese) (Episode 9)
Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995, Anime Series) Maya Ibuki (Japanese)
Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (1997, Anime Film) Maya Ibuki (Japanese)
One Piece (1999, Anime Series) Rasa (Japanese) (Episode 98)
Soreike! Anpanman! (1988, Anime Series) Cream Panda (Japanese)
Tales of Vesperia (2008, Video Game) Droite (Japanese)
  Sodia (Japanese)

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