Mariko Kouda

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Mariko Kouda was born on September 5, 1969 in Saitama, Japan. She is an actress, known for Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra (2006), Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht (2002) and Wan pîsu (1999). See full bio »

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 2019 Senryuu Girl (TV Series)
Chifuyu Yukishiro
- Nanako and Eiji (2019) ... Chifuyu Yukishiro (voice)
- Poem 9: Eiji and Nanako's Dad (2019) ... Chifuyu Yukishiro (voice)
- Poem 6: Nanako's Rebellious Phase (2019) ... Chifuyu Yukishiro (voice)
- Poem 3: Let's Go to the Amusement Park (2019) ... Chifuyu Yukishiro (voice)
- Poem 2: Nanako's Diet (2019) ... Chifuyu Yukishiro (voice)
 2019 POP TEAM EPIC TV Special (TV Movie)
Popuko (Blue Dragon version, A part of part II) (voice)
 2018 Valkyria Chronicles 4 (Video Game) (voice)
 2017 Dragon Ball Super (TV Series)
Kyauei
- Master Roshi's Burning Spirit (2017) ... Kyauei (voice)
 2017 Kemono Friends (TV Series)
Moose
 2015 Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale (Video Game)
Erilis (Japanese version, voice)
 2008 Vampire Knight Guilty (TV Series)
Juri Clan
- Vampire's Knight (2008) ... Juri Clan (Japanese version, voice)
- The End of the World (2008) ... Juri Clan (Japanese version, voice)
- The Two Lifes ~Soul~ (2008) ... Juri Clan (Japanese version, voice)
- The Overture of Battle ~Prelude~ (2008) ... Juri Clan (Japanese version, voice)
- Revival of the Mad King ~Emperor~ (2008) ... Juri Clan (Japanese version, voice)
 2007 Shion King (TV Series)
Sachiko Yasuoka (voice)
 2007 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (TV Series)
Sensei
- Gakuensai sengen! (2007) ... Sensei (voice)
 2006-2007 Kanon (TV Series)
Nayuki Minase
- Yume no hate no kanon 'kanon' (2007) ... Nayuki Minase (voice)
- Akaneiro no shuukyoku 'finale' (2007) ... Nayuki Minase (voice)
- Kimi no i nai rinbu kyoku 'ronde' (2007) ... Nayuki Minase (voice)
- Wakare no yasoukyoku 'nocturn' (2007) ... Nayuki Minase (voice)
- Fureai no renshuu kyoku 'étude' (2007) ... Nayuki Minase (voice)
 2006 Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra (Video Game)
Febronia (Japanese version, voice)
 2006 Marginal Prince (TV Series)
Christina Grant
- Shin'en no meizu (2006) ... Christina Grant (voice)
- Akatsuki no êderushutain (2006) ... Christina Grant (voice)
 2006 Flower Snow (Video short)
Anko Utagawa
 2005 Air (TV Series)
Schoolgirl - Nayuki Minase
- Machi 'town' (2005) ... Schoolgirl - Nayuki Minase (voice)
 2004 Hot Shots Golf Fore! (Video Game)
Nanako (Japanese version, voice)
 2004 Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse (Video Game)
Febronia (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 Kanon Kazahana (Video short)
Nayuki Minase (voice)
 2003 Pokémon Chronicles (TV Series)
Sakura
- Kasumi! Get the Blue Badge!! (2003) ... Sakura (voice)
 2002 Hot Shots Golf 3 (Video Game)
Billi / Nanako / Ayaka (Japanese version, voice)
 2002 Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht (Video Game)
Febronia (Japanese version, voice)
 2002 Kanon (TV Series)
Nayuki Minase (voice)
 2001 Pokémon (TV Series)
Sakura
- Eifie and Sakura! Enju City Once Again!! (2001) ... Sakura (voice)
 2001 Chance Pop Session (TV Series)
Reika
 2000 WinBack: Covert Operations (Video Game)
Additional Voices (Japanese version, voice)
 2000 Buraido âtsu: Tasogare no miyako Ruruie (Video Game) (voice)
 1999 A.Li.Ce
Maria (voice)
 1999 Twinbee Paradise (Video short)
Madoka
 1999 Monster Farm (TV Series)
Holly
- In the Beginning (1999) ... Holly (voice)
 1998 Setsunai: Tokyo Heart Break (TV Series) (1998)
 1998 Spectral Force
Azerea
 1998 Mamotte Shugogetten! (TV Series)
Shaorin (voice)
 1998 Virgin Fleet (Video)
Ise Haruoshimi (voice)
 1997 Clamp School (TV Series)
Miyuki
- Pretty Woman (1997) ... Miyuki (voice)
 1997 Dragoon (Video)
Myuu (voice)
 1997 Haunted Junction (TV Series)
Hanako-san
 1997 BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban (Video Game)
Princess Zelda
 1997 B-Robo Kabutack (TV Series)
Reina Ookubo
- Mêku Dorama da Kabu (1997) ... Reina Ookubo
- Yoroshiku Kabû! (1997) ... Reina Ookubo
 1997 Gestalt (TV Mini-Series)
Suzu (voice)
 1996 Galaxy Fraulein Yuna (TV Series short)
Jinguuji Shiori
 1996 Îhatôbu gensô: KENjI no haru (TV Movie)
Toshi
 1996 Boisu paradaisu (Video Game)
 1996 Tattoon Master (TV Series)
Nima (voice)
 1996 Meiken rasshî (TV Series)
Priscilla (1997) (voice)
 1995 Miyuki-chan in Wonderland (TV Mini-Series short)
Miyuki-chan
- Kagami no kuni no Miyuki-chan (1995) ... Miyuki-chan (voice)
- Fushigi no kuni no Miyuki-chan (1995) ... Miyuki-chan (voice)
 1995 Aidoru purojekuto (Video short)
Mimu Emilton (voice)
 1995 Dino Adventure Jurassic Tripper (TV Series)
Lady (voice)
 1995 Marmalade Boy (Video short)
Koishikawa, Miki (voice)
 1995 Dirty Pair Flash (TV Series short)
Yuri (voice)
 1994 Maps densetsu no fukkatsu (Video)
Hoshimi
 1994 Tekkaman Blade II (TV Mini-Series)
Yumi Francois
- Dead-Boy (1994) ... Yumi Francois (voice)
- Virgin-Dream (1994) ... Yumi Francois (voice)
- Virgin-Blood (1994) ... Yumi Francois (voice)
- Virgin-Flush (1994) ... Yumi Francois (voice)
 1994 Super Real Mahjong PII & PIII Custom (Video Game)
Mana (voice)
 1994 Marmalade Boy (TV Series)
Miki Koishikawa
 1993 Dragon Half (TV Mini-Series short)
Rufa
- The Brutal, Killer Martial Arts Tournament (1993) ... Rufa (as Mariko Koda)
- Mink's Journey (1993) ... Rufa (as Mariko Koda)
 1993 Ghost Sweeper Mikami (TV Series)
Okinu
- First Appearance of the Exorcist! (1993) ... Okinu (voice)
 1993 Nintama Rantarô (TV Series)
Yuki (1993-1994)
 1992 The Wonderful Galaxy of Oz (TV Mini-Series)
Dorothy (voice)
 1991 3x3 Eyes (TV Mini-Series)
Woman (voice)
 1991 Dragon Quest: Great Adventure of Dai (TV Series)
Gome (voice)
 1991 Venger Robo (TV Series)
Girl (voice)
 1991 Goldfish Warning! (TV Series)
Female Student

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Alternate Names:

Mariko Koda

Height:

5' 2½" (1.59 m)
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Virgo

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