Yuko Goto

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Yuko Goto is a popular Japanese seiyuu and biker chick.

Yuko Goto is a Japanese seiyuu who is best known for her bubbly, moe characters, even though in reality she is a biker.

Her most famous role to date is that of Mikuru Asahina in 2006's The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. Goto began voice acting in 1999, however, although she didn't earn any lead roles until 2005's trio: Lamune's Nanami Konoe, Shuffle!'s Kaede Fuyou, and Fushigiboshi no Futagohime's Rein.

Since then, Goto has voiced herself in Lucky Star, Hiro in Hidamari Sketch, Code Geass's Anya Alstreim (a quiet and collected character in stark contrast to her usual "genki" girls), and Special A's Hikari Hanazono.

Goto has a nickname, "Gotoza-sama," which was revealed in Lucky Star and derives somehow from her biking habits. Also, Goto goes back and forth on her singing: she once claimed not to be a very good singer herself, then remarked in an interview that her singing as Mikuru was bad because the character would be bad (although this may have been a joke). Nonetheless, she also sang the opening theme for Special A in 2008.
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Full Name: Yuko Goto
Japanese Name: 後藤邑子
Gender: Female
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Hometown: Aichi
Country: Japan
Website: http://homepage3.nifty.com/gotu_web/
Email Address: None
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