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Daisuke Gōri

Daisuke Gōri
Born Yoshio Nagahori
February 8, 1952
Kōtō, Tokyo, Japan
Died January 17, 2010 (aged 57)
Nakano, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Seiyū, narrator, actor
Years active 1973–2010

Daisuke Gōri (郷里 大輔 Gōri Daisuke?) (February 8, 1952 – January 17, 2010[1]) was a Japanese seiyū, narrator and actor from Kōtō, Tokyo. He was formely attached to Mausu Promotion and was attached to Aoni Production at the time of his death. His real name, as well as his former stage name, was Yoshio Nagahori (長堀 芳夫 Nagahori Yoshio?). He was best known for his roles in Kinnikuman (as Robin Mask), the Dragon Ball series (as Umigame and Mister Satan), the Gundam series (as Dozle Sabi and Bask Om), Patlabor (as Hiromi Yamazaki), Tekken (as Heihachi Mishima), and Soulcalibur (as Edge Master).[2]

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Death

According to fellow voice actors, Gōri was diagnosed with diabetes mellitus a few years prior to his death and his vision was affected by retinal detachment as a result of the disease. He complained to coworkers, "I can't read the scripts. I can't do my job like I'd like to." (台本が読めない. 思うように仕事ができない. Daihon ga yome nai. Omō yōni shigoto ga deki nai.?) During an Anpanman recording session in late 2009, a depressed-sounding Gōri told his close friend voice actor Kazuhiko Inoue, "I've grown old." [3]

On January 17, 2010 at approximately 3:00 P.M., Gōri was found lying on his stomach with blood dripping from his wrists in the middle of a Nakano, Tokyo street by a passerby, who then notified the police. Authorities from the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department's Nakano station discovered a utility knife under his body as well as a suicide note (with the words "I'm sorry" (ごめんね Gomenne?) and "Thank you" (ありがとう Arigatō?) scrawled on it) addressed to his family in his pants pocket. Gōri's death was then ruled a suicide; he was three weeks short of his 58th birthday.[3][4]

Roles

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Television animation

1973
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
  • Kikō Sōseiki MOSPEADA (Platoon Chief)
  • Kinnikuman (Robin Mask, Zangyaku-seijin, Black Hole (episodes 48-52), Daimaō Satan, Ashuraman, Ashuraman's Father, Dirty Baron, Additional Voices)
1984
  • Hokuto no Ken (Diamond (episode 3), Southern Cross executive (episode 21), Goerz (episode 33), Uighur the Warden (episodes 37-42), Cassandra prisoner (episode 43), Bull (episode 59), Daruka (episode 89))
1985
1986
  • Dragon Ball (Umigame, Gyumaō, Colonel Yellow, Cymbal, Drum, Yaochun, Inoshikachō, Gora, Spectator, Additional Voices)
  • Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin (Moss the English Mastiff)
  • Kō Q Chōji Ikkiman (Samson)
  • Saint Seiya (Heracles Seiza no Algethi)
1988
  • City Hunter 2 (Thunder King (episode 25), Gin no Asa (episodes 45 and 47))
  • Sakigake!! Otokojuku (Heihachi Edajima, Narrator)
  • Topo Gigio (Megaro)
  • Transformers: Super-God Masterforce (Dauros, Additional Voices)
1989
1992
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
  • Final Fantasy: Unlimited (Fungus)
  • One Piece (Dorry)
  • Pokémon (Mikio)
  • Project Arms (Gashure)
2002
  • Ō Dorobō Jing (Vodka)
  • Kinnikuman II (Robin Mask (episodes 2–4))
  • Kōkaku Kidōtai: Stand Alone Complex (Marco Amoretti)
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

OVA

Theater animation

  • Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (Umigame)
  • Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle (Umigame, Ghastel)
  • Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure (Umigame)
  • Dragon Ball: The Path to Power (Umigame)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone (Ox King)
  • Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest (Misokattsun, Umigame)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug (Dorodabo)
  • Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks (Ox King, Umigame)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound (Mister Satan)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly (Mister Satan)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn (Mister Satan)
  • Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! (Mister Satan, Umigame, Ox King)
  • Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie (E. Honda)
  • Tekken: The Motion Picture (Heihachi Mishima)

Video games

Dubbing roles

Animation

Narration

  • Beat Takeshi no TV Tackle (TV Asahi)
  • Smart Monsters (TV Asahi)

Tokusatsu

Television commercials

References

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