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Descendants of Darkness (TV) as Chief Konoe
Gall Force: Earth Chapter (OAV) as Norton
Genshiken (TV) as Narrator
Gokudo (TV) as Gin; Pig
GoShogun: The Time Étranger (OAV) as Suegni Cuttnal
Madara (OAV) as Rouga
Patlabor The Mobile Police (OAV 1/1988) as Hiromi Yamazaki
Rhea Gall Force (OAV) as Norton
Shingu: Secret of the Stellar Wars (TV) as Mr. Sopal
Space Travelers (movie) as Sunny
Spaceship Agga Ruter (OAV)
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