Minori Terada

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Minori Terada
寺田 農
Born (1942-11-07) November 7, 1942 (age 78)
Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Actor
Years active1961–present
Spouse(s)Noriko Takahashi (1970–2006)

Minori Terada (寺田 農, Terada Minori, born November 7, 1942 in Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Life and career

Terada was born in Tokyo, as first son of Masaaki Terada, a famous painter. In 1961, Terada begun to be an actor.

Terada is known as a villain, such as Alien Metron in Ultraman Max , and Colonel Muska in Castle in the Sky . Also, Terada's narration has a good reputation, so he worked as narrator in a lot of TV dramas, documents, and movies.

Terada loves reading. [1]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleDirectorNotes
1968 The Human Bullet Him Kihachi Okamoto Lead role
1970 Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo Togashi YasuieKihachi Okamoto
1978 The Fall of Ako Castle Ōtaka Gengo Kinji Fukasaku
1981 Eijanaika Ijūin Shohei Imamura
1981 Station Rikiishi Yasuo Furuhata
1982 Sailor Suit and Machine Gun Hagiwara Shinji Sōmai
1983 The Highest Honor Captain Uno Peter Maxwell/Seiji Maruyama
1983 Legend of the Eight Samurai Inumura Daikaku Masanori Kinji Fukasaku
1985 Love Hotel Tetsuro Muraki Shinji Sōmai
1985 Typhoon Club Ken's fatherShinji Sōmai
1986 Castle in the Sky Colonel Muska Hayao Miyazaki Voice role
1988 Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis Masatoshi Ōkōchi Akio Jissoji
1988 Ureshi Hazukashi Monogatari Yusuke Mikuni Ureshi Hazukashi Monogatari
1990 Ultra Q The Movie: Legend of the Stars Yamane Akio Jissoji
1991 Rainbow Kids narratorKihachi Okamoto [2]
1995 Maborosi Hirokazu Koreeda
1998 Murder on D Street Shūhei Akimura Akio Jissoji
1998 Pride Mamoru Shigemitsu Shunya Itō
2001 Hush! Asako's father Ryōsuke Hashiguchi
2003 Dragon Head Andō George Iida
2005 Hasami Otoko Toshiharu Ikeda
2005 Rampo Noir (segment "Kagami jigoku")Inspector Namikoshi Akio Jissoji
2006 Nihon Igai Zenbu Chinbotsu Dr. Tadokoro Minoru Kawasaki
2007 Unfair: The Movie Superintendent GeneralYoshinori Kobayashi
2008 The Truth about Nanjing Kōki Hirota Satoru Mizushima
2008 Gururi no koto Eiichi Ryōsuke Hashiguchi
2009 Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010 Ryubei Sonozaki Ryuta Tasaki
2010 Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate Ryubei Sonozaki Koichi Sakamoto
2018We Make AntiquesMasaharu Take
2020Howling Village Takashi Shimizu
2020Nobutora Takeda Nobutora Shusuke Kaneko Lead role
TBAShasen HenkōHiroshi Akabane

Television

YearTitleRoleNetworkNotes
1971 Daichūshingura Katsuta Shinzaemon NET
1975, 1978 Ōoka Echizen Yatarō, Kinji TBS
1976 Kaze to Kumo to Niji to Fujiwara no Masatsune NHK Taiga drama
1978, 1984 Taiyō ni Hoero! Ichiki, Tajima NTV
1983 Tokugawa Ieyasu Akechi Mitsuhide NHKTaiga drama
1987 Dokuganryū Masamune Ōuchi SadatsunaNHKTaiga drama
1992Nobunaga ~King of Zipangu Azai Hisamasa NHKTaiga drama
1997 Ultraman Tiga Masachika Nezu (32), Miyagawa (40)MBS Tokusatsu
1998 Ultraman Dyna Sensei (37)MBSTokusatsu
2000 Aoi Tokugawa Sandai Nijō Akizane NHKTaiga drama
2001 Hero Watanuki Fuji TV
2003 Musashi Kakubei IwamaNHKTaiga drama
2004 Ultra Q: Dark Fantasy Taro MakotoTXTokusatsu
2005 Ultraman Max Alien MetronCBCTokusatsu
2005 Dragon Zakura Ryūzaburō AkutayamaTBS
2009-2010 Kamen Rider W Ryubei Sonozaki/Terror Dopant TV Asahi
2011 Azai Hisamasa NHKTaiga drama
2017 Ultraman Geed Sui Asakura (12)TV TokyoTokusatsu

Original video animation (OVA)

Dubbing

Narration

Awards and prizes

YearAwardCategoryTitleResult
196823rd Mainichi Film Award Best Actor The Human Bullet Won [4]

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