|Born||November 7, 1942|
|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.
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.
|1968||The Human Bullet||Him||Kihachi Okamoto||Lead role|
|1970||Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo||Togashi Yasuie||Kihachi Okamoto|
|1978||The Fall of Ako Castle||Ōtaka Gengo||Kinji Fukasaku|
|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 father||Shinji 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||narrator||Kihachi Okamoto|
|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 General||Yoshinori 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|
|2018||We Make Antiques||Masaharu Take|
|2020||Howling Village||Takashi Shimizu|
|2020||Nobutora||Takeda Nobutora||Shusuke Kaneko||Lead role|
|TBA||Shasen Henkō||Hiroshi Akabane|
|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||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1987||Dokuganryū Masamune||Ōuchi Sadatsuna||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1992||Nobunaga ~King of Zipangu||Azai Hisamasa||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1997||Ultraman Tiga||Masachika Nezu (32), Miyagawa (40)||MBS||Tokusatsu|
|1998||Ultraman Dyna||Sensei (37)||MBS||Tokusatsu|
|2000||Aoi Tokugawa Sandai||Nijō Akizane||NHK||Taiga drama|
|2003||Musashi||Kakubei Iwama||NHK||Taiga drama|
|2004||Ultra Q: Dark Fantasy||Taro Makoto||TX||Tokusatsu|
|2005||Ultraman Max||Alien Metron||CBC||Tokusatsu|
|2005||Dragon Zakura||Ryūzaburō Akutayama||TBS|
|2009-2010||Kamen Rider W||Ryubei Sonozaki/Terror Dopant||TV Asahi|
|2011||Gō||Azai Hisamasa||NHK||Taiga drama|
|2017||Ultraman Geed||Sui Asakura (12)||TV Tokyo||Tokusatsu|
|1968||23rd Mainichi Film Award||Best Actor||The Human Bullet||Won|
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