Mari Hamada (entertainer)

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Mari Hamada
Born (1968-12-27) December 27, 1968 (age 45)
Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
Occupation Actress, singer

Mari Hamada (濱田マリ Hamada Mari?, born December 27, 1968 at Kobe, Hyogo, Japan) is a Japanese singer and actress who starred in numerous movies and drama in Japan[1] and released two solo albums and solo singles in the 1990s, after being part of the Japanese band "Modern Choki Chokies". She was also part of the Japanese "unit" (temporary band) "Unknown Soup & Spice" in 2003. She is the namesake of another Japanese singer, Mari Hamada (浜田麻里), who is more famous abroad.

Solo albums[edit]

  • Futsu no hito (フツーの人) (1995)
  • Amu Onna (編む女) (1997) which includes a title with Autechre

Solo singles[edit]

  • パジャマトリッパー
  • フツーで行こう
  • ひとひと
  • 人の息子
  • It's My Love/氣愛/Sens

Band albums[edit]

With "Modern Choki Chokies":

  • Rolling dodoitsu (ローリング・ドドイツ) (1992)
  • Bongengan Bangara Bingen no Densetsu (ボンゲンガンバンガラビンゲンの伝説 (1993)
  • Moda-Choki (別冊モダチョキ臨時増刊号) (1994)
  • Kumachan (くまちゃん) (1994)
  • Readymade no Modern Choki Chokies (レディメイドのモダンチョキチョキズ) (1997)

With "Unknown Soup & Spice":

  • Chant (2003)

Movies[edit]

Dramas & TV-movies[edit]

  • Koi no Bakansu (NTV, 1997)
  • Love Again (TBS, 1998)
  • Oatsui no ga Osuki? (NTV, 1998)
  • Yoiko no Mikata (NTV, 2003)
  • Diamond Girl (Fuji TV, 2003)
  • Shin Yonigeya Honpo (NTV, 2003, ep1)
  • Kikujiro to Saki (TV Asahi, 2003)
  • Ranpo R Kyuketsuki (NTV, 2004)
  • Sore wa, Totsuzen, Arashi no you ni... (TBS, 2004)
  • Wonderful Life (Fuji TV, 2004)
  • Shin Yonigeya Honpo (NTV, 2003, ep1)
  • Kikujiro to Saki 2 (TV Asahi, 2005)
  • Kiken na Aneki (Fuji TV, 2005)
  • Tsubasa No Oreta Tenshitachi (Fuji TV, 2005, ep4)
  • Unfair (Fuji TV, 2006)
  • Dance Drill (Fuji TV, 2006)
  • Unfair SP (Fuji TV, 2006)
  • Yakusha Damashii (Fuji TV, 2006)
  • Kirakira Kenshui (TBS, 2007)
  • Erai Tokoro ni Totsuide Shimatta! (TV Asahi, 2007)
  • Kodoku no Kake (TBS, 2007)
  • Ushi ni Negai wo: Love & Farm (Fuji TV, 2007)
  • Kikujiro to Saki 3 (TV Asahi, 2007)
  • SAITOU san (NTV, 2008)
  • Camouflage Chapter 4: Tomin Suzuko (WOWOW, 2008)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "濱田マリ はまだ・まり" (in Japanese). Allcinema.net. Retrieved 2010-04-17. 
  2. ^ "純喫茶磯辺 (2008)" (in Japanese). Allcinema.net. Retrieved 2010-04-17. 

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