Mirai Shida

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Mirai Shida
Native name 志田 未来
Born (1993-05-10) May 10, 1993 (age 22)
Ayase, Kanagawa, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present
Agent Ken-On
Known for The Queen's Classroom
Website
http://www.ken-on.co.jp/mirai/index.html

Mirai Shida (志田 未来 Shida Mirai?, born May 10, 1993) is a Japanese actress.[1] She became recognized after her breakthrough role as Kazumi Kanda in The Queen's Classroom(aka "Joō no Kyōshitsu" in Japanese), leading her to more prominent roles, such as Miki Ichinose in 14-year-old Mother.[2] Currently, she is one of the most active young actresses in Japan, appearing in many dramas and commercials.[3]

Early life[edit]

Shida was born in Ayase, Kanagawa.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Dubbing[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Eien no 1/2 (TBS, 2000)
  • Nukumori (NTV, 2000), Kana Murayama
  • Gekai Arimori Saeko II (NTV, 2000), Rie Ogawa
  • Shikei Dai no Ropeway (BS Japan, 2001), Kyōko Fujiki
  • Mariko (NHK, 2001), Mariko(Childhood)
  • Hatsu Taiken Episode 3, 4 (Fuji TV, 2002)
  • Inubue (BS Japan, 2002), Ryōko Akizu
  • Shōnentachi 3 (NHK, 2002)
  • Bara no Jūjika Episode 5 (Fuji TV, 2002)
  • Zako Kenji Ushio Tadashi no Jikenbo (TBS, 2002), Senju Ushio
  • Stewardess Keiji 7 (Fuji TV, 2003), Kyōko
  • Kamen Rider Ryuki (TV Asahi, 2003)
  • Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi: Haru no Kyōfu Mystery (Fuji TV, 2003), Marie
  • Kawa, Itsuka Umie Episode 1 (NHK, 2003), Tami Honma
  • Zako Kenji Ushio Tadashi no Jikenbo 2 (TBS, 2004), Senju Ushio
  • Itoshi Kimi e Episode 3 (Fuji TV, 2004), Rina Nakagawa
  • Reikan Bus Guide Jikenbo Episode 6 (TV Asahi, 2004), Yuki Shinozaki
  • The Queen's Classroom (Joō no Kyōshitsu) (NTV, 2005), Kazumi Kanda
  • Haru to Natsu (NHK, 2005), Natsu Takakura
  • Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi: Nanika ga Soko ni Iru (Fuji TV, 2005), Rie Sasada
  • Zako Kenji Ushio Tadashi no Jikenbo 3 (TBS, 2005), Senju Ushio
  • Manbiki G-Men Nikaidou Yuki Episode 13 (TBS, 2005), Aya Nakamura
  • Tantei Gakuen Q (NTV, 2006), Minami Megumi(Meg)
  • Suppli (Fuji TV, 2006), Natsuki Konno
  • 14-year-old Mother (NTV, 2006), Miki Ichinose
  • The Queen's Classroom Special: Datenshi Episode 1 (NTV, 2006), Kazumi Kanda
  • Watashitachi no Kyōkasho (Fuji TV, 2007), Asuka Aizawa
  • Tantei Gakuen Q (NTV, 2007), Minami Megumi(Meg)
  • Dream Again (NTV, 2007), Hina Asahina/Hina Fujimoto
  • Kujira to Medaka (Fuji TV, 2008), Sachiko Imai
  • Seigi no Mikata (NTV, 2008), Yōko Nakata
  • Voice: Inochi Naki Mono no Koe Episode 6 (Fuji TV, 2009), Tomoko Sōma
  • Kurobe no Taiyō (Fuji TV, 2009), Mitsuko Takiyama
  • Boss Episode 6 (Fuji TV, 2009), Yuki Ishihara
  • Shōkōjo Seira (TBS, 2009), Seira Kuroda
  • Sakuramichi (NTV, 2009), Miki Kobayashi
  • Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi Special (Fuji TV, 2009), Yukari Mutō
  • Sotsu Uta: Best Friend (Fuji TV, 2010), Ayumi Takano
  • Hammer Session! (TBS, 2010), Kaede Tachibana
  • Himitsu (TV Asahi, 2010), Monami Sugita/Naoko Sugita
  • Bull Doctor (NTV, 2011), Mia Takeda
  • Yonimo Kimyōna Monogatari: Aki no Tokubetsuhen (Fuji TV, 2011), Yuri Dōjima
  • Ghost Mama Sōsasen: Boku to Mama no Fushigina 100-nichi (NTV, 2012), Aoi Uehara
  • Kagi no Kakatta Heya Episode 8 (Fuji TV, 2012)
  • Black Board: Jidai to Tatakatta Kyōshi Tachi (TBS, 2012)
  • Reset: Hontō no Shiawase no Mitsukekata (TBS, 2012), Tomoko Miyoshi
  • Tazunebito (WOWOW, 2012), Mitsuki Ōmae
  • A Chef of Nobunaga (TV Asahi, 2013), Natsu
  • ST: Keishichō Kagaku Tokusōhan (NTV, 2013), Shō Aoyama
  • Naru Youni Narusa (TBS, 2013), Yōko Uchida
  • Dandarin: Rōdō Kijun Kantokukan Episode 4 (NTV, 2013), Yumi Sanada
  • Naru Youni Narusa Season 2 (TBS, 2014), Yōko Uchida
  • A Chef of Nobunaga Part 2 (TV Asahi, 2014), Natsu
  • ST Aka to Shirō no Sōsa File (NTV, 2014), Shō Aoyama
  • Masshiro (TBS, 2015), Nana Matsuoka

Commercials[edit]

  • Tokyo Denryōku
    • IH Cooking Heater
    • TEPCO Hikari
      • "Mama no Manzoku (Shopping)" (May 2006 – November 2006)
      • "Ojīchan no Manzoku" (May 2006 – November 2006)
  • Marvelous Interactive "Bokujō Monogatari Series"
    • Nintendo DS "Bokujō Kimi to Sodatsu Shima" (September 2006)
    • "Sekai ga Sodatsu" (December 2006 – present)
  • KDDI "au"
    • Oyako de, au debut no Haru.
      • "Kenka" (February 2007)
      • "Chichi wa Tatsujin" (February 2007)
  • House Foods Corporation "Fruity" (February 2007)[13]
  • Kankō Gakuseifuku (October 2008)[14]
  • Kyushu Telecommunication Network "BBIQ" (October 2008 – October 2012)
  • Bridgestone Cycle "Albelt" (January 2009)[15]
  • Bourbon "Alfort Mini Chocolate" (September 2014)[16]
  • Level-5 Nintendo 3DS "Fantasy Life" (December 2012)[17]
  • Daihatsu "Move" (May 2013)[18]
  • Ajinomoto "Pal Sweet Bioligo" (April 2015)[19]

Bibliography[edit]

Books[edit]

Photobooks[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Organization Award Work Result
2005 46th Television Drama Academy Awards Best Newcomer Joō no Kyōshitsu Won[20]
2006 Annual TV Life Awards 2006 Best Newcomer, Best Actress 14-year-old Mother Won[21]
2006 Galaxy Award (Japan) Suisenshō 14-year-old Mother Won[22]
2007 15th Hashida Awards Rookie of the Year 14-year-old Mother Won[23]
2008 58th Television Drama Academy Awards Best Actress Seigi no Mikata Won[24]
2010 2010 Elan d'or Awards Newcomer Award Won[25]
2010 33rd Japan Academy Prize Newcomer Award Dare mo Mamotte Kurenai Won[26]
2010 63rd Television Drama Academy Awards Best Actress Shōkōjo Seira Won[27]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "志田 未来 KEN-ON Group Official Website" (in Japanese). Ken-On Group. Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  2. ^ 志田未来のプロフィール [Mirai Shida's Profile] (in Japanese). oricon ME inc. Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  3. ^ "Yomiuri Online article". Retrieved 2007-03-11. 
  4. ^ 雨鱒の川. eiga.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  5. ^ 椿山課長の七日間. eiga.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  6. ^ "MYCOM Journal". Retrieved 2007-03-11. 
  7. ^ 誰も守ってくれない. eiga.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  8. ^ 食堂かたつむり. eiga.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  9. ^ 志田未来、ジブリ新作主演!声優初挑戦「借りぐらしのアリエッティ」 [Mirai Shida stars in new Ghibli release! First time voice acting in The Borrower Arrietty] (in Japanese). April 13, 2010. Archived from the original on April 12, 2010. Retrieved April 12, 2010. 
  10. ^ "志田未来 映画『ST 赤と白の捜査ファイル』1月10日(土)公開" (in Japanese). Ken-On Group. Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  11. ^ 志田未来 東映戦後70年映画『おかあさんの木』出演 (in Japanese). Ken-On Group. Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  12. ^ 志田未来、洋画吹き替え初挑戦 [Mirai Shida tried foreign film dubbing for the first time.] (in Japanese). oricon ME inc. Retrieved 2015-05-05. 
  13. ^ News Release 18 January, 2007 (in Japanese). House Foods Corporation. Retrieved 2015-05-05. 
  14. ^ CM Library (in Japanese). Kankō Gakuseifuku Co.,Ltd. Retrieved 2015-05-05. 
  15. ^ aiko「ボーイフレンド」が志田未来出演自転車CMソングに (in Japanese). Natasha,Inc. Retrieved 2015-05-05. 
  16. ^ ブルボン、「アルフォートミニチョコレート」向井理、志田未来が兄妹を演じるTVCM第3弾とメイキングを公開 [Bourbon released the 3rd Alfort Mini Chocolate TVCM and making.] (in Japanese). Retrieved 2015-05-05. 
  17. ^ レベルファイブ、3DS「ファンタジーライフ」を発売、志田未来出演TVCMを公開. navicon (in Japanese). Retrieved 2015-05-05. 
  18. ^ 6位ダイハツの「ムーヴ」大げさな法廷劇で注目 女子大生役の志田未来がチョーかわいい (in Japanese). Sankei Shimbun&Sankei Digital. Retrieved 2015-05-05. 
  19. ^ 女優・志田未来さん登場!「コップのフチ子」と初共演~味の素KK「パルスイート(R)ビオリゴ(R)」新TVCMスタート! (in Japanese). Ajinomoto Co., Inc. Retrieved 2015-05-05. 
  20. ^ 新人俳優賞 (in Japanese). Television Drama Academy Awards. Archived from the original on 2007-10-27. Retrieved 2015-03-30. 
  21. ^ "TV LIFE年間ドラマ大賞 受賞リスト" (in Japanese). Gakken Publishing Co.,Ltd. Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  22. ^ 放送批評懇談会 (in Japanese). Japan Council For Better Radio and Television NPO. Retrieved 2015-03-31. 
  23. ^ "Shida becomes youngest winner of Hashida newcomer award". Tokyograph. 2007-02-13. Retrieved 2010-02-07. 
  24. ^ 主演女優賞 (in Japanese). Television Drama Academy Awards. Archived from the original on 2008-12-16. Retrieved 2015-03-30. 
  25. ^ "2010 Elan d'or Awards". Tokyograph. 2010-02-05. Retrieved 2010-02-07. 
  26. ^ 【日本アカデミー賞】新人俳優賞・水嶋ヒロ、映画製作にも意欲 (in Japanese). oricon ME inc. Retrieved 2015-03-30. 
  27. ^ ザテレビジョンドラマアカデミー賞: 【第63回&主演女優賞】志田未来 [The Television Drama Academy Prise]. The Television (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2013-03-12. Retrieved 2015-03-31. 

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