Rumi Hiiragi

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Rumi Hiiragi
Born (1987-08-01) August 1, 1987 (age 26)
Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Actress

Rumi Hiiragi (柊 瑠美 Hiiragi Rumi?, born August 1, 1987 in Tokyo) is a Japanese actress.

Profile[edit]

Hiiragi began her career as a child actress while at the age of six, appearing in numerous commercials. In 1999, she appeared in the NHK asadora Suzuran, portraying the main character, Moe Tokiwa. In 2001, she worked on Hayao Miyazaki's award-winning anime film Spirited Away, in which she voiced the film's protagonist, Chihiro, for which her performance was praised.[1] She returned to Ghibli as a voice in their films, Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea and From up on Poppy Hill.

In 2002, she appeared in the high school baseball television program Netto Koshien as a field reporter. In 2005, she appeared in the NTV program Nobuta o Produce, portraying the character Kasumi Aoi.

Works[edit]

TV dramas[edit]

Films[edit]

TV commercials[edit]

Other television programs[edit]

  • BS Natsu Yasumi Tokushū Astro Fantasy: Shichiyō Bitte (1999, NHK)
  • Studio Park Kara Kon'nichiwa (1999, NHK)
  • Shichiyōtte Nan!? (1999, NHK BS-1)
  • Netto Koshien (2002, TV Asahi)
  • Nice Mototeki Ongakukan (April 2004 - March 2005, YOU TV)
  • Tsurumisen Monogatari (2005, YOU TV)
  • Yokohama Mystery: Akai Kutsu~Yottsu no Zō no Nazo Haha no Negai Ha Toki wo Koete (June 2004, YOU TV)
  • Yokohama Mystery: Tsurumisen Monogatari ~Tankoro Densha Ga Iku~ (April 2005, YOU TV)
  • Yokohama Mystery: Byōinsen Hikawamaru ~Senka no Roman Kōro~ (May 2005, YOU TV)
  • Yokohama Mystery: Yokohama Kokusai Minakami Kūkō ~Minami no Shima he Tonda Hikōtei (June 2005, YOU TV)
  • Daitan Map (released July 29, 2008, VTR)

Other[edit]

  • Suzuran no Uta/Haha ni Sasageru Uta ending song performance of Suzuran movie, distributed by Nippon Crown Records
  • 2002 S.T. Corporation's Dream Musical Arupusu no Shōjo Haiji (2002) — as Haiji
  • Shakai Fukishi Hōjin Chūo Kyōdō Bokinkai: Akai Hane Kyōdō Bokin (2002)
  • Ie no Hikari Kyōkai: Chagurin Hiiragi Rumi No Nan Demo Sōdan Corner (serialization) (2002–2003)
  • Bunka Hōsō BSQR: Konya mo Hate Hati Personality (April–September 2003)
  • Bunka Hōsō BSQR: Tengai Radio ~Ōgon Koku Densetsu~ Personality (2003–2004)
  • Ongaku Senkasha: Ruri-iru no Calendrier (2004)
  • Tokyo FM Shuppan CUTE THEATER VOL. 1 Hiiragi Rumi (February 2005)
  • ON THE WAY COMEDY Michikusa (2006, Tokyo FM)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Spirited Away: Early Oscar Reaction". Anime News Network. 24 March 2003. Retrieved 22 July 2010. 
  2. ^ "Suzuran (2000)". New York Times. Retrieved 22 July 2010. 

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