Satomi Ishihara

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Satomi Ishihara
Native name 石原 さとみ
Born (1986-12-24) December 24, 1986 (age 28)
Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present
Agent Horipro
Height 1.57 m (5 ft 2 in)
Website
www.horipro.co.jp/ishiharasatomi/

Satomi Ishihara (石原 さとみ Ishihara Satomi?, born December 24, 1986 in Tokyo)) is a Japanese actress.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

Television dramas[edit]

Title Character Role type Dates Broadcast network Source
Mado o Aketara (窓を開けたら) Usagi Yamamoto Leading March 25, 2003 NHK [3]
Kimi wa Pet Rumi Shibusawa Supporting April 16, 2003 – June 18, 2003 TBS JDorama
allcinema
Teru Teru Kazoku Fuyuko Supporting September 29, 2003 – March 27, 2004 NHK JDorama
Tengoku e no Oenka Cheers: Cheerleading ni Kaketa Seishun (天国への応援歌 チアーズ~チアリーディングに懸けた青春~) Mikiko Morita Leading April 3, 2004 NTV Official website
Be-Bop High School Kyōko Izumi Leading June 16, 2004 TBS Official Website
Water Boys 2 Shiori Yazawa Supporting July 6, 2004 – September 21, 2004 Fuji TV JDorama
Yoshitsune Shizuka Leading January 9, 2005 – December 11, 2005 NHK JDorama
allcinema
H2: Kimi to itahibi Haruka Koga Leading January 13, 2005 – March 24, 2005 TBS JDorama
Akai Giwaku Yukiko Oshima Leading June 15–29, 2005 TBS JDorama
Kaidan Special "Chigiri" (怪談スペシャル 契り) Yui - August 2, 2005 Fuji TV Official Website(Archived on 20 December, 2005)
Be-Bop High School 2 (ビー・バップ・ハイスクール2) Kyōko Izumi Leading August 17, 2005 TBS Official Website
Climber's High (クライマーズ・ハイ) Ayako Mochizuki Supporting December 10-17, 2005 NHK Official Website
Nurse Aoi Aoi Misora Leading January 10, 2006 – March 21, 2006 Fuji TV Official Website
JDorama
Te no Ue no Shabondama (手の上のシャボン玉 ) Risa Sakuraba Supporting September 5, 2006 NTV Official Website
Nurse Aoi Special "Sakurakawa Byōin Saiaku no Hi" Aoi Misora Leading September 26, 2006 Fuji TV allcinema
Hyōten 2006 (氷点) Yōko Tsujiguchi Leading November 25, 2006 – November 26, 2006 TV Asahi Official Website(Archived on March 10, 2007)
Tsubasa no Oreta Tenshitachi 2007 (翼の折れた天使たち) Yuri Yoshimura Leading February 26, 2007 – March 1, 2007 Fuji TV Official Website
Hanayome to Papa Aiko Uzaki Leading April 10, 2007 – June 26, 2007 Fuji TV Official Website
Yonimo Kimyōna Monogatari: Aki no Tokubetsu Hen "Mirai Dōsōkai" (世にも奇妙な物語 秋の特別編「未来同窓会」) Haruka Matsui Leading October 2, 2007 Fuji TV allcinema
Koi no Karasawagi: Love Stories IV "Koe ga Furueru Onna" (恋のから騒ぎドラマスペシャル~Love StoriesIV~『声が震える女』) Mutsumi Hikoda Leading November 30, 2007 NTV allcinema
Maru Maru Chibi Maruko-chan Episode 26 (まるまるちびまる子ちゃん 第26回) Ping-Pong-Pang's Lady( Dubbing) Supporting December 6, 2007 Fuji TV Official Website(mobile)
Rokumeikan (鹿鳴館) Akiko Daitokuji Supporting January 5, 2008 TV Asahi Official Website[dead link]
Official Website
Puzzle (パズル) Misako Ayukawa Leading April 18, 2008 – June 20, 2008 TV Asahi Official website
Walkin' Butterfly (ウォーキン・バタフライ) Yukari Hayase Guest July 11, 2008 – September 26, 2008 TV Tokyo Official website
Nagaiki Kyōsō! (長生き競争!) Eri Yamada Leading December 26, 2008 Fuji TV Official website
Voice: Inochi Naki Mono no Koe (ヴォイス~命なき者の声~) Kanako Kuboaki Supporting January 12, 2009 – March 23, 2009 Fuji TV Official Website[dead link]
Official website
Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo Moeko (45 years ago) Guest August 8, 2009 TBS Official website
Hidarime Tantei Eye (左目探偵EYE) Hitomi Sayama Leading October 3, 2009 NTV Official website
Hadaka no Taishō Hinokuni Kumamoto Hen: Onna Gokoro ga Funka Surunode (裸の大将 火の国・熊本篇〜女心が噴火するので〜) Tami Shimojō Supporting October 24, 2009 Fuji TV Official Website(mobile)
Tsubakiyama Kachō no Nanokakan (椿山課長の七日間) 和山椿 - December 19, 2009 TV Asahi Walker Plus
Hidarime Tantei Eye (左目探偵EYE) Hitomi Sayama Leading January 23, 2010 – March 13, 2010 NTV Official Website
Daibutsu Kaigan (大仏開眼) Abenonaishinnou Supporting April 3–10, 2010 NHK NHK Ondemand
Toubō Bengoshi (逃亡弁護士) Emi Ninomiya Supporting July 6, 2010 – September 14, 2010 Fuji TV Official Website
Reinouryokusha Odagiri Kyōko no Uso (霊能力者 小田霧響子の嘘) Kyōko Odagiri Leading October 10, 2010 – December 5, 2010 TV Asahi Walker Plus
Saka no Ue no Kumo (TV series) (坂の上の雲) Sueko Akiyama Supporting November 29, 2009 – December 25, 2011 NHK Official website
Bull Doctor (ブルドクター) Chika Kamatsuda Supporting July 6, 2011 – September 14, 2011 NTV Official website
Shimei to Tamashii no Limit (使命と魂のリミット) Yuki Himuro Leading November 5-12, 2011 NHK Official website (Archived on November 7, 2011)
Dakatsu no Gotoku (蛇蝎のごとく) Shioko Furuda Supporting March 14, 2012 TV Tokyo Official Website
Rich Man, Poor Woman (リッチマン、プアウーマン) Makoto Natsui Leading July 9, 2012 – September 17, 2012 Fuji TV Official website
Lucky Seven Special Mizuki Kurihara Supporting January 3, 2013 Fuji TV Official website
Rich Man, Poor Woman in New York (リッチマン、プアウーマン in ニューヨーク) Makoto Natsui Leading April 1, 2013 Fuji TV Official website
Yonimo Kimyōna Monogatari: 2013 Aki no Tokubetsu Hen "Karikon" (世にも奇妙な物語 '13秋の特別編「仮婚」) Narumi Morita Leading October 12, 2013 Fuji TV Official website
Koi (恋) Fumiko Yano (矢野布美子) Leading December 16, 2013 TBS Official Website
Shinshun Drama Special "Shinmaisha" Kaga Kyōichirō "Nemuri no Mori" (新春ドラマスペシャル「新参者 加賀恭一郎 眠りの森」) Mio Asaoka Supporting January 2, 2014 TBS Official website
Shitsuren Chocolatier (失恋ショコラティエ) Saeko Takahashi Leading January 13, 2014 – March 24, 2014 Fuji TV Official website
Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi 15 Shūnen Special: "S Douzan no Onna" (ほんとにあった怖い話15周年スペシャル「S銅山の女」) Natsumi Yamabe Leading August 16, 2014 Fuji TV Official Website
Dear Sister (ディア・シスター) Misaki Fukazawa Leading October 16, 2014 – December 18, 2014 Fuji TV Official website

Movies[edit]

Title Character Role type Date External information
My Grandpa (わたしのグランパ) Tamako Godai Leading April 5, 2003 Official website
Jam Films S Suberidai(すべり台) - - January 15, 2005 Amuse Inc. website
One Year in the North (北の零年) Tae Komatsubara Leading January 15, 2005 Official website
Hōtai Club Emiko Kiba(Wara) Leading September 15, 2007 Official website
Ginmakuban Sushi Ōji: New York e Iku Burusu Lily (Gal Shishō) Supporting(cameo) April 19, 2008 Movie Walker
Flying Rabbits (フライング ラビッツ) Yukari Hayase Leading September 13, 2008 JAL film website
No Longer Human (人間失格 "Ningen Shikkaku") Yoshiko(Ōba's wife) Leading February 20, 2010 Official website[clarification needed]
Zatoichi: The Last Tane(Ichi's wife) Supporting May 29, 2010 Movie Walker
The Incite Mill Miya Sekimizu Leading October 16, 2010 Official site
Manzai Gang Yumiko Miyazaki Supporting March 19, 2011 Official website
Gekkou no Kamen Yayoi Supporting January 14, 2012 Official website(at December 13, 2011)
Sadako 3D Akane Ayukawa Leading May 12, 2012 Official site
Bungo: Sasayakana Yokubou "Mitsumerareru Shukujotachi" Fujiko Leading September 29, 2012 Movie Walker
Karasu no Oyayubi Yahiro Kawai Supporting 23 November 2012 Official website
Sadako 3D 2 Akane Ayukawa Leading August 30, 2013 Official site
Monsterz Kanae Kumoi Supporting May 30, 2014 Official website
Bakumatsu Kōkousei Mikako Kawabe Leading July 26, 2014 Official website
Kaze ni Tatsu Lion Wakako Kusano Supporting March 14, 2015 Official website
Attack on Titan Hanji Supporting August 1, 2015 Official website

Broadcasting[edit]

  • Say To Me (Every Sunday, 9:30 PM, Nippon Hoso)

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 2010 – Vogue Nippon Women of the Year 2010[4]
  • 2011 – 9th Clarino Beautiful Legs Award 2011[5]
  • 2012 – Japan Formal Association Best Formalist 2012[6]
  • 2013 – U.S TC Candler Top 100 Beautiful Face - Rank 32nd[7]
  • 2014 – The 27th Japan Best Dressed Eyes Awards (Arts category)[8]
  • 2014 – U.S TC Candler Top 100 Beautiful Face - Rank 25th[9]
  • 2014 – Yahoo! Japan Search Award 2014 - The most searched person for actress categories[10]
Year Organization Award Work Result
2002 27th Horipro Talent Scout Caravan "Pure Girl 2002" Grand Prix - Won
2003 28th Hochi Film Award Best Newcomer My Grandpa Won[11]
2003 16th Nikkan Sports Film Award Rookie of the Year My Grandpa Won[12]
2003 46th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Actress My Grandpa Won[13]
2003 13th Japan Movie Critics Award Best Newcomer My Grandpa Won[14]
2003 27th Japan Academy Prize Newcomer Award My Grandpa Won[15]
2003 41st Golden Arrow Award Broadcast Newcomer
Best Newcomer
Teru Teru Kazoku Won[16]
2004 25th Yokohama Film Festival Best New Talent My Grandpa Won[17]
2005 29th Élan d'Or Award Newcomer Water Boys 2 Won[18]
2006 29th Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting Actress Kita no Zeronen Won[19]
2012 74th Television Drama Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Rich Man, Poor Woman Won
2014 80th Television Drama Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Shitsuren Chocolatier Won
2014 International Drama Festival in Tokyo 2014 Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role Shitsuren Chocolatier Won[20]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "石原さとみ" [Ishihara Satomi Horipro official website] (in Japanese). HoriPro Inc. Retrieved 2015-04-05. 
  2. ^ "石原さとみ" [Ishihara Satomi's profile] (in Japanese). eiga.com inc. Retrieved 2015-04-05. 
  3. ^ Columbia Music Entertainment
  4. ^ "Winners of "VOGUE NIPPON Women of the Year 2010"". tokyohive. 6Theory Media, LLC. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  5. ^ "Toyota, Yonekura, Ishihara & Kutsuna get awarded for their beautiful legs". tokyohive. 6Theory Media, LLC. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  6. ^ "Ishihara Satomi and Iura Arata receive 'Best Formalist' award". tokyohive. 6Theory Media, LLC. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  7. ^ "The "Independent Critics" List 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2013". TC Candler. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  8. ^ "AKB48 receives 'Best Dressed Eyes Awards' for the 2nd time". tokyohive. 6Theory Media, LLC. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  9. ^ "100 Most Beautiful Faces 2014". TC Candler. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  10. ^ "今年、Yahoo!で最も検索されたのは「羽生結弦」さん 「Yahoo!検索大賞2014」発表" (in Japanese). Zaikei Shimbun. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  11. ^ "報知映画賞 歴代受賞一覧" [Hochi film award successive winners] (in Japanese). Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  12. ^ "歴代受賞者と受賞作品" [successive winners and titles] (in Japanese). Nikkan Sports News. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  13. ^ "46th Blue Ribbon Awards". allcinema (in Japanese). Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  14. ^ "Japan Movie Critics Award 2000-2009" (in Japanese). Japan Movie Critics Award. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  15. ^ "27th Japan Academy Prize" (in Japanese). Japan Academy Prize Association. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  16. ^ "Golden Arrow Award Successive Winner" (PDF) (in Japanese). Japan Magazine Publishers Association. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  17. ^ "第25回ヨコハマ映画祭 日本映画個人賞" [25th Yokohama Film Festival] (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2004-05-05. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  18. ^ "Élan d'Or successive winners list" (in Japanese). All Nippon Producers Association. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  19. ^ "29th Japan Academy Prize" (in Japanese). Japan Academy Prize Association. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  20. ^ "International Drama Festival:TOKYO DRAMA AWARDS" (in Japanese). International Drama Festival in Tokyo. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 

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