Noriko Tsukase

was a Japanese voice actress and chanson singer active during the 1970s and 1980s. Her most popular roles included Spank in ''Ohayō! Spank'', Miss Alphonne in the original ''Cutie Honey'' TV series and Non (as well as Furu-Furu the cat) in ''Majokko Megu-chan''. Other noteworthy roles included: Danko-sensei in ''Kosoku Denjin Albegas''; Kintaro Isu in ''The Song of Tentomushi'', Tamu-Tamu in ''Temple the Balloonist''; Hajime in ''Doteraman''; Harubo in ''Ippatsuman''; Shota in ''Plawres Sanshiro''; Jacky in ''Jacky the Bear Cub''; Marusu (the Sphinx's daughter) in ''Unico in the Island of Magic''; Teko in ''Mahou Shōjo Lalabel''; Tera in ''Future Boy Conan''; and Panny (Pamie) in ''Adventures of the Little Koala''. In addition, she was credited for a number of minor or guest roles in series such as ''Devilman'', ''Dragon Ball'', ''Tokimeki Tonight'', ''Gatchaman'', ''Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs'', ''Alps no Shōjo Heidi'', ''Dororon Enma-kun'' and ''Himitsu no Akko-chan''.

Tsukase died on May 15, 1989, from rectal cancer. Provided by Wikipedia

by Hara, Noriko
Published 2009
Springer Berlin Heidelberg