|Born|| November 23, 1963 |
|Height||152 cm (5 ft 0 in)|
Yoshino Takamori (鷹森 淑乃, Takamori Yoshino, born November 23, 1963) is a Japanese voice actress from Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
Takamori was born in Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture.She has two sisters. Her father is a dentist and professor of dentistry. She started learning the piano at the age of 3. She went to high school attached to the Tokyo College of Music, and entered the piano department of the Tokyo College of Music. Although she applied for the Nippon Broadcasting System-sponsored amateur voice actor contest while in college and was defeated, she entered Hisashi Katsuta's voice acting school (now voice actor Katsuta Gakuin) in 1983, her sophomore year at university. In the second graduation in the same period, Ayako Shiraishi, Miki Itō, Maya Okamoto and Omi Minami were among the older people of the first generation. In the fall of 1984, while still enrolled in college and the voice acting class, she made her voice acting debut as Patty Pumpkin, the heroine of Super Power Robot Garat. After debuting, she joined Arts Vision from the voice actor classroom.
In 1985, she voiced the main character Judy in Alpen Rose , after which she continued to lend her voice to many child roles. In 1987 she voiced Sawako Matsumoto, the main character of Introduction to Manga Nihon Keizai, her first adult role at the age of 24. She voiced Anice Farm in Sonic Soldier Borgman in 1988 and Nadia in Nadia of the Mysterious Seas in 1990.
Takamori is married to a dentist. Her daughter Akiha Matsui is also a voice actress.
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