Mahito Tsujimura (1930–2018)

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Mahito Tsujimura was born on April 14, 1930 in Tokyo, Japan. He was an actor, known for Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984), Saraba uchû senkan Yamato: Ai no senshitachi (1978) and Dragon Ball (1986). He died on November 27, 2018 in Tokyo. See full bio »


(age 88) in Tokyo, Japan

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Known For

Saraba uchû senkan Yamato: Ai no senshitachi Kotetsu Serizawa / Andromeda Captain
Dragon Ball Village Headman
Dragon Ball Z Dai Kaiôshin


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 2015 Dragon Ball Z Kai (TV Series)
Dai Kaiôshin
 2012 Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational (Video Game)
Langundo (voice)
 2007 Fist of the Blue Sky (TV Series)
Photo Studio Shopkeep
- Fukaku tsuyoki omoi (2007) ... Photo Studio Shopkeep
 2007 Virtua Fighter 5 (Video Game)
Shun Di (voice, uncredited)
 2006 Eureka Seven (TV Series)
- Shout to the Top! (2006) ... Deckard (voice)
- It's All in the Mind (2006) ... Deckard (voice)
 2005 Kingdom Hearts II (Video Game)
Gopher (voice)
 2004 Mars Daybreak (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (2004) ... Supervisor (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution (Video Game)
Shun Di (voice, uncredited)
 2003 Kaleido Star (TV Series)
- Anna no sugokunai otôsan (2003) ... Bob (voice)
 2002 Wan pîsu (TV Series)
- Sakasete Misemasu! Otoko Usopp Hasshakudama (2002) ... Odama (voice)
 2002 Virtua Fighter 4 (Video Game)
Shun Di (voice)
 2001 Shenmue II (Video Game)
Jianmin Tao (voice)
 2000 Uchû senkan Yamato 2: Ai no senshitachi (Video Game)
Kotetsu Serizawa (voice)
 1999 Amazing Nurse Nanako (TV Mini-Series)
Old Man
- Operation VI: The Last Spiral Part 2 (1999) ... Old Man (voice)
- Operation V: The Last Spiral Part 1 (1999) ... Old Man (voice)
- Operation III: The Psycho Patient (1999) ... Old Man (voice)
- Operation II: Memories of You (1999) ... Old Man (voice)
- Operation IV: Fire-Crackers (1999) ... Old Man (voice)
 1999 Seijû sentai Gingaman vs Megaranger
Wangawanga (voice)
 1998 Seijû sentai Gingaman (TV Series)
- Fujimi no Iriesu (1998) ... Wangawanga (voice)
- Kuro kishi no ketsui (1998) ... Wangawanga (voice)
 1997-1998 Berserk (TV Series)
- Honoo no bohyou (1998) ... Foss (voice)
- Eikou no shunkan (1998) ... Foss (voice)
- Shourisha (1998) ... Foss (voice)
- Toutoi mono (1997) ... Foss (voice)
- Inbou (1997) ... Foss (voice)
 1997 Arc the Lad: Monster Game with Casino Game (Video Game)
Gogen (voice)
 1997 Denji Sentai Megaranger (TV Series)
Owl Nezire
- Mi yabure! Tensai Kôkô no karakuri (1997) ... Owl Nezire (voice)
 1996 Arc the Lad II (Video Game)
Gogen (voice)
 1995 Arc the Lad (Video Game)
Gogen (voice)
 1995 Lunar: Samposuru Gakuen (Video Game)
Glen (voice)
 1995 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series)
Dai Kaiôshin
- Earth Disappears!! Buu's Reverse-Transformation of Evil (1995) ... Dai Kaiôshin (voice)
 1995 Slayers the Motion Picture
Ou (King of Mipross) (Japanese version, voice)
 1995 The Ping-Pong Club (TV Series)
Old man
 1994 801 TTS Airbats (Video)
Gen. Tsukamoto
 1994 The Rapeman Anime Version (Video)
Tadao Haraoka (voice)
 1993 Nintama Rantarô (TV Series)
 1992 Green Legend Ran (Video)
Kejii (voice)
 1992 Villgust (Video)
Village Chief (voice)
 1992 Porco Rosso (voice)
 1991 Legend of the Galactic Heroes (TV Series)
Eugen Richter
- First Battle (1991) ... Eugen Richter (voice)
 1988-1990 Hades Project Zeorymer (TV Mini-Series)
- Project IV: Extinction (1990) ... Lurahn (voice)
- Project III: Disillusionment (1989) ... Lurahn (voice)
- Project II: Misgivings (1989) ... Lurahn (voice)
- Project I: Separation (1988) ... Lurahn (voice)
 1989 Bakusou sâkitto roman Twin (Video)
Gomi (voice)
 1988 F (TV Series)
Eijiro (voice)
 1987 Devil Man - Volume 1: The Birth (TV Mini-Series)
Additional Voices
- Tanjo Hen (The Birth) (1987) ... Additional Voices (voice)
 1987 Dragon Ball (TV Series)
Village Headman
- Abare kaijû Inoshikachô (1987) ... Village Headman
 1987 Lily C.A.T. (Video)
Dr. Harris Mead (voice)
 1987 A Taxing Woman
 1986 Call Me Tonight (Video short) (voice)
 1984 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
Jihl / Muzu (voice)
 1982-1983 The Mysterious Cities of Gold (TV Series)
- The End of the City of Gold (1983) ... Metnard (Japanese version, voice)
- The Great Legacy (1983) ... Metnard (Japanese version, voice)
- The City of Gold (1983) ... Metnard (Japanese version, voice)
- Aerial Pursuit (1983) ... Metnard (Japanese version, voice)
- The Olmec Machine (1983) ... Metnard (Japanese version, voice)
 1983 Story of the Alps: My Annette (TV Series)
Johann (voice)
 1981 Bremen 4: Angels in Hell (TV Movie)
Baron Lento
 1979 Anne of Green Gables (TV Series)
Boarding House Owner
- The Winter at Queen's (1979) ... Boarding House Owner (voice)
- Life on a New Campus (1979) ... Boarding House Owner (voice)
 1978 Space Cruiser Yamato 2 (TV Series)
 1978 Saraba uchû senkan Yamato: Ai no senshitachi
Kotetsu Serizawa / Andromeda Captain
 1975 Akumaizer 3 the Movie (Short)
Mega Lord (voice)
 1975 Akumaizâ surî (TV Series)
Mega Lord (voice)
 1975 Kamen Rider Stronger the Movie (Short)
Dead Lion
 1975 Kamen Rider Stronger (TV Mini-Series)
Dead Lion
- Ore wa Denki Ningen Sutorongâ!! (1975) ... Dead Lion (voice)
 1973-1974 Gatchaman (TV Series)
Ryû no otôsan
- Umi maô jambô shakora (1974) ... Ryû no otôsan
- Yomigaere Goddo Fenikkusu (1973) ... Ryû no otôsan
 1973 Golgo 13
Eghbali (voice)
 1972 Kamen Raidâ tai jigoku taishi (Short)
Zanjiou (type:Saiamander Shocker's new Cyborg monster) (voice)
 1972 Kamen Rider vs. Shocker (Short)
Zanjiô (type:Salamander Shocker's new Cyborg monster) (voice)
 1972 Lupin the 3rd (TV Series)
- When the Seventh Bridge Falls (1972) ... Volvo (voice)
 1970 Mako, the Mermaid (TV Series)
Mako's father
- Hatsukoi (1970) ... Mako's father (voice)
 1957 All We Want Is Happiness
Newspaper deliverer
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Did the voice of Yoda (performed by Frank Oz) in the Japanese dubs of the Star Wars movies.


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