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Oban Star-Racers (TV) : Dubbing Director
Ultimate Muscle (TV) : Dubbing Director (s.1)
Akakichi no Eleven (TV) as Ryoko Asuka
Castle in the Sky (movie) as Dola
Death Note (TV) as Rem
Ergo Proxy (TV) as Derrida
Étoile de la Seine (TV) as Maria Antonietta
Goku no Daibōken (TV) as Tansuko
Hello! Sandybell (TV) as Sig.ra Willington (Rai Edition)
Inuyasha (TV) as Millepiedi Joro (ep.1)
Machine Hayabusa (TV) as Romy
Maeterlinck's Blue Bird (TV) as Regina della Notte; Spirito dell'Acqua
Mahōtsukai Chappy (TV) as Chappy; Nippo
Muteki Robo Trider G7 (TV) as Gilda; Kaoru
Nobara no Julie (TV) as Zia Clara
Paul no Miracle Daisakusen (TV) as Nina (1st voice)
Spirited Away (movie) as Yubaba
Star Blazers (TV) as Nova (Yuki Mori)
Star Blazers: The Comet Empire (TV) as Nova (Yuki Mori)
Tamagotchi the Movie as Makiko; Mamamametchi
Wanpaku Omukashi Kumu Kumu (TV) as Kum Kum
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