Masami Nagasawa

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Masami Nagasawa
Masami Nagasawa @ Japan Cuts 2012 - 03.jpg
Born (1987-06-03) June 3, 1987 (age 27)
Iwata, Shizuoka, Japan
Occupation Actress, model, radio personality
Years active 2000–present

Masami Nagasawa (長澤 まさみ Nagasawa Masami?, born June 3, 1987 in Iwata, Shizuoka) is a Japanese actress.

Career[edit]

Nagasawa was chosen to star in a movie called Gunjo, based on a novel by Ayako Miyagi and directed by Yosuke Nakagawa. It is the second Japanese movie produced by 20th Century Fox. Filming finished on August 5, 2008 and includes her first actual love scene. It was to be released in spring 2009, although Fox aimed to have it premier at the Berlin International Film Festival in February.[1][2][dated info]

She and Odagiri Joe starred in the TBS drama, Boku no Imoto. They played siblings.[3]

On October 20, 2009, Nagasawa starred in a movie titled Magare! Spoon. It premiered at the Tokyo International Film Festival. In the film, she plays a clumsy assistant director of a TV show about the paranormal, unaware that the cafe she is stranded at on Christmas Eve is the location for an annual gathering of men with psychic powers.[4][5]

To celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2010, Fuji TV announced a major television drama special: Wagaya no Rekishi. The story takes place between 1945 and 1964, chronicling the lives of the seven members of the fictional Yame family. Nagasawa is among the cast members. The drama will air on three consecutive nights during spring 2010.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Television[edit]

Stage[edit]

  • Crazy Honey (2011, Parco Theater)

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 2005: 28th Japanese Academy Awards: Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World[8]
  • 2007: Japan Dental Association: Best Smile of the Year[9]
  • 2007: 11th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix: Best Actress for Operation Love/Proposal Daisakusen [10]
  • 2011: 54th Blue Ribbon Awards: Best Supporting Actress for Moteki [11]
  • 2012: 35th Japan Academy Prize: Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role - nominee [12]
  • 2012: VoCE Beauty Awards: 2012 The Best Beauty of The Year [13]
  • 2012: New York Asian Film Festival: Star Asia Rising Star Award for Love Strikes [14]

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