Suzuka Ohgo

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Suzuka Ohgo
Born (1993-08-05) 5 August 1993 (age 20)
Zama, Kanagawa, Japan
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000–present

Suzuka Ohgo (大後 寿々花 Ōgo Suzuka?, born 5 August 1993, in Zama, Kanagawa) is an award-winning Japanese actress. Besides acting, she is also attending school and has a variety of hobbies including classical ballet, Japanese tea ceremony, ikebana, rollerblading, snowboarding, playing the piano, and skiing. She is represented by Alpha Agency.[1]

Biography[edit]

Ohgo began acting in 2000 age of seven, when she joined Sunflower (Himawari), a theatrical company. She debuted with the company at the Meiji-za in Story of a National Thief.

In early 2005, Ohgo debuted in her first major film, Kita No Zeronen (北の零年?, a.k.a. Year One in the North), directed by Isao Yukisada, with the well-known actor Ken Watanabe, where she played the role of Tae Komatsubara. In December 2005, she debuted in Hollywood with Memoirs of a Geisha, directed by Rob Marshall, where she played the child version of the main protagonist Nitta Sayuri (the adult version is played by Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi). As a child, however, she is called Sakamoto Chiyo instead of Sayuri. During the same year, she also won the Japan Film Critics Award for Best Newcomer.

In 2006, Ohgo also starred in Baruto no Gakuen (バルトの楽園?, a.k.a. Symphony of Joy), which was released in June 2006 and is set during World War I, where she plays a girl of mixed German-Japanese heritage trying to find her German father who may be held there.

In 2008, she began lending her voice to anime in Michiko to Hatchin as Hana (AKA: "Hatchin"). She also provided the voice Kaita in Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box.

She worked at CATARMAN until 2013.

Filmography[edit]

TV drama[edit]

  • Gokusen (ごくせん?) (2002, Nippon TV)
  • Hito ni Yasashiku (人にやさしく?) (2002, Fuji TV)
  • Dr. Coto's Clinic (Dr.コトー診療所 Dr. Koto Shinryōjo?) (2003–04, Fuji TV)
  • Ai no Ie ~Nakimushi Sato to Shichinin no Ko~ (愛の家~泣き虫サトと7人の子~?) (2003, NHK)
  • Dr. Kotō: Shinryojō 2004 (Dr. Coto's Clinic 2004 Dr.コトー診療所2004?) (2004, Fuji TV)
  • Aikurushī (あいくるしい?) (2005, TBS)
  • Shibō Suitei Jikoku (死亡推定時刻?) (2006, Fuji TV)
  • Dr. Kotō: Shinryojō 2006 (Dr.コトー診療所2006?) (2006, Fuji TV)
  • Sexy Voice and Robo (セクシーボイスアンドロボ?) (2007, Nippon TV)
  • Galileo (ガリレオ?)(2007, Fuji TV)
  • Churaumi Karano Nengajyou (美ら海からの年賀状?)(2007, Fuji TV)
  • Hitomi (?)(2008, NHK)
  • Shibatora~Dōgaokeiji・Sibata Taketora~ (シバトラ~童顔刑事・柴田竹虎~?)(2008, Fuji TV)

Anime[edit]

Films[edit]

  • Ultraman Cosmos vs Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle (ウルトラマンコスモスVSウルトラマンジャスティス THE FINAL BATTLE?) (2003)
  • Kita No Zeronen (北の零年?, a.k.a. Year One in the North)
  • Memoirs of a Geisha (2005)
  • Bart no Gakuen (バルトの楽園?) (2006)
  • Tōku no Sora ni Kieta (遠くの空に消えた?) (2007)
  • Guu-Guu Datte Neko de Aru (グーグーだって猫である?) (2008)
  • Kamui Gaiden (カムイ外伝) (2008)

Commercials[edit]

Video games[edit]

References[edit]

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