Voice actress Hiromi Tsuru, who voiced the character Naomi Hunter in the Japanese versions of the Metal Gear Solid games sadly passed away yesterday at the age of 57. As reported by Metal Gear Informer, Tsuru was found unconscious in her car and was taken to hospital where her cause of death was determined to be due to an aortic dissection.
Tsuru voiced the character Dr. Naomi Hunter in the hugely popular game Metal Gear Solid in 1998. She later reprised her role for the 2008 release of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. She was also known for voicing the character Bulma in the Dragon Ball Z films and television shows.
She will be sorely missed and our thoughts go out to her friends and family.
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