Kazue Takahashi (高橋和枝 Takahashi Kazue?, March 20, 1929 – March 23, 1999) was a female seiyuu who was born Kazue Oizumi (大泉和枝 Ōizumi Kazue?) on March 20, 1929 in Tochigi, Japan. Kazue was best known as the voice of Shoutarou Kaneda ("Jimmy Sparks") in Tetsujin 28-go ("Gigantor"). She debuted in 1949.

Kazue was also known for roles in Kaiju Booska and Sazae-san.

Kazue graduated from Kasei-Gakuin University.

On February 1998, she came down with myelodysplastic syndrome and was transported to the Bunkyo-ku Tokyo University hospital. Three days after her 70th birthday, Kazue died in the Bunkyo-ku Tokyo University hospital annex. She presumably died from bone marrow cancer.

In February 2010, she received a posthumous "Special Merit Award" from the 4th Seiyū Awards.[1]

Voice roles




  1. "Some of the 4th Annual Seiyū Award Winners Revealed". Anime News Network. February 16, 2010. Retrieved February 16, 2010. 

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