Hana Sugisaki

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Hana Sugisaki
Native name 杉咲 花
Born (1997-10-02) October 2, 1997 (age 20)
Tokyo, Japan
Other names Hana Kajiura[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–2009, 2011–present
Parent(s)

Hana Sugisaki (杉咲 花, Sugisaki Hana, born October 2, 1997) is a Japanese actress who was previously signed to Stardust Promotion. Her former stage name was Hana Kajiura.[1]

Biography[edit]

Hana Sugisaki debuted as a child actress with Stardust Promotion under the stage name Hana Kajiura (梶浦花, Kajiura Hana).[1] She withdrew from the industry for a period of time, but subsequently decided that she wanted to become an actress.[2] She choose this time to sign with the Ken-On group, because actress Mirai Shida, whom Hana is a fan of, belongs to this talent agency.[2] She re-debuted with Ken-On on April 2011.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Drama[edit]

  • Ouran High School Host Club as Reiko Kanazuki (TBS, 2011) (episode 7-11)
  • Don Quixote (NTV, 2011) as Rina Takazawa (ep.7)
  • Humanoid Monster, Bem (NTV, 2011) as Yui Natsume
  • 13-sai no Hellowork (TV Asahi, 2012) as Chisato Saeki (ep.2)
  • Family Song (Fuji TV, 2012) as Kokoro Osawa
  • Miss Double Faced Teacher (TBS, 2012) as Kaoru Noma
  • Resident: Story of 5 Interns (TBS, 2012) as Ruka Ueno (ep.4)
  • Ferris Wheel at Night (TBS, 2013) as Ayaka Endo
  • Nameless Poison as Michika Furuya (TBS, 2013) (ep.6-11 "Nameless Poison")
  • Emergency Interrogation Room (TV Asahi, 2014) as Nao Makabe
  • Mysterious Transfer Student (TV Tokyo, 2014) as Asuka
  • Shinigami-kun (TV Asahi, 2014) as Hitomi Saionji (ep.3)
  • Mozu Season 1 (TBS/Wowow, 2014) as Megumi Osugi
  • Gakkō no Kaidan (NTV, 2015) as Mimori Kōda
  • Toto Neechan (NHK, 2016) as Yoshiko Kohashi
  • Montage (Fuji TV, 2016) as Natsumi Nakano
  • Boys Over Flowers Season 2 (TBS, 2018) as Oto Edogawa
  • Idaten (NHK, 2019) as Shima

Film[edit]

TV Film[edit]

  • Jiken Kyumeii 2 - IMAT no Kiseki as Aki Tachibana

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Work(s) Result
2016 29th Nikkan Sports Film Award Best Newcomer Her Love Boils Bathwater and Scanner Nominated
41st Hochi Film Award Best Supporting Actress Her Love Boils Bathwater Won
Best New Artist Nominated
2017 38th Yokohama Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Won
71st Mainichi Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated
59th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Supporting Actress Won
26th Tokyo Sports Film Award Best Newcomer Won
12th Osaka Cinema Festival Best Supporting Actress Won
40th Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting Actress Won
Newcomer of the Year Won
26th Japanese Movie Critics Awards Best Supporting Actress Won
90th Kinema Junpo Awards Best Supporting Actress Her Love Boils Bathwater and Scanner Won
2018 12th Asian Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Blade of the Immortal Nominated
42nd Elan d'or Awards Newcomer of the Year Herself Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "梶浦花". Archived from the original on 2009-02-25. Retrieved 2012-05-05. 
  2. ^ a b De View. Japan: Oricon Entertainment. June 2012. 
  3. ^ "新人所属のお知らせ「杉咲 花」". Archived from the original on 2012-08-04. Retrieved 2012-05-05. 
  4. ^ "杉咲花、『思い出のマーニー』第三のヒロイン"彩香"を好演". Oricon (in Japanese). July 29, 2014. Retrieved June 27, 2015. 
  5. ^ トイレのピエタ(2015). allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved June 5, 2015. 

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