Keiko Han is a seiyu born on April 5, 1953 in Shinbashi, Tokyo. She is usually typecasted as The Ojou like Saori Kido in Saint Seiya, "I Let Gwen Stacy Die"-subject Lalah Sune in Mobile Suit Gundam, or youthful mothers. She has a strong association with the World Masterpiece Theater franchise as well, having had major roles in several of those series and also sung the theme songs for Swiss Family Robinson.
When she's not in her seiyu jobs, she can tell the future for you as an astrologer. Really.
Early in her career, she did live-action and stage work as well, but eventually gave those up to focus exclusively on voice acting. She has also dabbled in singing, recording themes and image songs for various anime series.
Has a voice-acting relationship of sorts with Toru Furuya and are personal friends.
She also has a daughter, Megumi Han, in the voice-acting business as well.
Notable Roles by Keiko Han:
- Annerose von Grünewald in Legend of Galactic Heroes
- Annette Burnier in Alps Story: My Annette.
- Becky Thatcher in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (World Masterpiece Theatre version)
- Carrie White in the Japanese dub of Carrie
- Ishtar in The Hero is Overpowered but Overly Cautious
- Juliette in Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds
- Lalah Sune (and Icelina Eschonbach) in Mobile Suit Gundam
- Ledania in Natsu e no Tobira
- Luna and Beryl in Sailor Moon note
- Meg in Little Women (1987 anime) (in the 1981 series, she voiced Beth and Meg was voiced by Yuko Takaji)
- Mito in Hunter × Hunter (2011 reboot) (her daughter plays The Hero and nephew of Mito, Gon Freeccs)
- Princess Calla in the Japanese dub of Adventures of the Gummi Bears (succeded by Kikuko Inoue from episode 22)
- Princess Ruda Shalbart in Space Battleship Yamato
- Robomi in Granblue Fantasy
- Sanae Shiratori in Mirai Robo Daltanious
- Saori Kido/Athena in Saint Seiya (classic, succeeded by Fumiko Orikasa who was in turn succeeded by Shoko Nakagawa)
- Dr. Uchikido (Professor Ivy) in Pokémon
- Youko Takaoka in Smile Down The Runway
- Yukari Tatsumiya in Doomed Megalopolis
- Yurika Kirishima in Project Justice