Keiko Aizawa (相沢恵子 Aizawa Keiko?, born November 22, 1963) is a Japanese stage actress and voice actress, who is affiliated with the Gekidan Subaru production company. She is married to Shigeru Ushiyama, a stage actor, voice actor and narrator also with Gekidan Subaru. Aizawa is originally from Kanagawa Prefecture.
- Boogiepop Phantom (2000), Kanae Oikawa
- Saiyuki (2000), Dr. Huang
- Case Closed (2001), Hanaoka Reiko (ep 260)
- Last Exile (2003), Justina Valca (ep 15)
- Saiyuki Reload (2003), Dr. Huang
- Saiyuki Gunlock (2004), Dr. Hwang
- Maria-sama ga Miteru: Haru (2004), Kiyoko Ogasawara (eps 1, 13)
- Sakura Taisen: Le Nouveau Paris (2004 OVA), Isabelle "Grand Mere" Lyotte
- Emma: A Victorian Romance (2005), Mrs. Campbell
- Emma: A Victorian Romance Second Act (2007), Mrs. Campbell
- Steamboy (2004), Ray's Mother
- The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2006), Answering Machine Voice, Infirmary Teacher-in-charge
Original video animations
- Sakura Taisen: Ecole de Paris (2003), Isabel "Grand Mere" Lilac
- Sakura Taisen: Le Nouveau Paris (2004), Isabel "Grand Mere" Lilac
TV series (regular appearance)
- The X-Files (1994), Dana Scully
- ER (1995), Diane Leeds
- Stargate SG-1 (1997), Vala Mal Doran
- Third Watch (2000), Faith Yokas
- Brothers & Sisters (2006), Sarah Walker
- Tango & Cash (1990), Katherine 'Kiki' Tango, on TV broadcast version dub
- Demolition Man (1993), Lenina Huxley
- Tomorrow Never Dies (1998), Paris Carver
- Hide and Seek (2005), Allison Callaway, on TV broadcast version dub
- Firewall (2006)
TV series (guest appearance)
- "NitteleSeven (日テレ7)". NitteleSeven Co.,Ltd. (in Japanese). (NitteleSeven is a joint venture by NTV and 7&I Holdings). Retrieved 2009-04-11.
- "The Shaking Restaurant". Case Closed. Nippon TV. December 3, 2001. No. 260, season 8.
- "Fairy Chess". Last Exile. TV Tokyo. July 14, 2003. No. 15.
- The X-Files, Fox Japan
- Stargate SG-1 AXN Japan
- Third Watch Warner Entertainment Japan
- Brothers & Sisters, Movies.co.jp, by Walt Disney Studio Japan)
- "The Theatre Company Subaru" (in Japanese). The Theatre Company Subaru. Retrieved 2009-04-11.
- Keiko Aizawa at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
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