Haru (actress)

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Haru
Native name
波瑠
Born (1991-06-17) June 17, 1991 (age 27)
Occupation
Years active2004–present
AgentHori Agency
Known for
Height164 cm (5 ft 5 in)

Haru (波瑠, Haru, born June 17, 1991 in Adachi, Tokyo) is a Japanese actress and model,[2][3] known for the film Koizora (2007),[4] Maria-sama ga Miteru (2010),[5] the TV drama Asa ga Kita (2015-2016), and for co-hosting of the TBS talk show A-Studio.[6]

Career[edit]

In 2004, at the age of 13, Haru entered the entertainment industry after being scouted by Hori Agency.[1][7] She made her screen acting debut in the 2006 WOWOW television drama Taigan no Kanojo.[7] In 2007, she debuted as an exclusive model for the fashion magazine Seventeen.[8]

She released her first single, titled "I Miss You/Message: Asu no Boku e," on April 16, 2008.[9] This song was used as the ending theme in the TBS variety show Kami Summers.[10] In 2010 she appeared in a lead role for the first time in the live-action film Maria-sama ga Miteru.[5]

A 2012 NTT DoCoMo TV commercial raised her public profile,[7] and from 2012 to 2015 she was an exclusive model for the fashion magazine non-no.[11] In March 2015 she was cast as lead character in the 93rd NHK Asadora Asa ga Kita.[12]

Appearances[edit]

TV dramas[edit]

  • Taigan no Kanojo (WOWOW, 2006)[13]
  • 14-sai no Haha (NTV, 2006), Haru Ueda[2]
  • Watashitachi no Kyōkasho Episode 1, 9 (Fuji TV, 2007), Sakura Kumazawa[14]
  • Sumire 16 sai!! (BS Fuji, 2008), Akebi Kiryu[15]
  • Shibatora Episode 1 (Fuji TV, 2008), Rumi[2]
  • Koizora (TBS, 2008), Saki[16]
  • 33-pun Tantei Episode 3 (Fuji TV, 2008)[17]
  • Room of King Episode 3 (Fuji TV, 2008), Chīko[2]
  • Ghost Town no Hana (TV Asahi, 2009), Rina Akiyama[18]
  • Gekai Hatomura Shūgorō 5 (Fuji TV, 2009), Marina Asaoka[19]
  • Orthros no Inu (TBS, 2009), Kana Shirokawa[20]
  • Shinzanmono Episode 4 (TBS, 2010), Kanae Sawamura[21]
  • Gold Episode 1-2 (Fuji TV, 2010), Ryōko Shiina[22]
  • Tōbō Bengoshi Episode 6 (KTV, 2010, Nozomi Hashimoto[23]
  • Kurohyō Ryū ga Gotoku Shinshō (MBS, 2010), Saki Kudō[24]
  • Young Black Jack (NTV, 2011)[25]
  • Tantei X Kara no Chōsenjō! Special (NHK, 2011), Mitsuko Enoki[2]
  • Switch Girl!! (Fuji TV TWO, 2011), Reika Jōgasaki[26]
  • Kazoku ga Kazoku de Aru Tameni (BS-TBS, 2012), Midori Saeki[27]
  • Ekiben Hitori Tabi: Tōhoku Hen (BS Japan, 2012), Nana Ozaki[28]
  • Legal High Episode 1 (Fuji TV, 2012), Tomoko Shimamura[29]
  • Kekkon Dōsōkai: Seaside Love (Fuji TV TWO, 2012), Renka Natsume[30]
  • Higashino Keigo Mysteries Episode 8 (Fuji TV, 2012), Yōko Saeki[31]
  • Monsters Episode 4 (TBS, 2012), Kayo Suzuki[32]
  • Pillow Talk: Bed no Shiwaku Episode 8 (KTV, 2012), Aoi[33]
  • Aibō Season 11, Episode 11 (TV Asahi, 2013), Akane Niōgō[34]
  • Shotenin Michiru no Mi no Ue Banashi (NHK, 2013), Chiaki Furukawa[35]
  • Tabemonogatari Kanojo no Kondate Chō Episode 9-10 (NHK BS Premium, 2013), Mai Yamane[2]
  • Kasukana Kanojo Episode 7 (KTV, 2013), Kasumi Hirota[36]
  • Kyūmei Byōtō 24-ji Season 5 (Fuji TV, 2013), Kaon Kunitomo[37]
  • Inemuri Sensei (TV Asahi, 2013), Masako[38]
  • Nōkon Kid: Bokura no Game Shi (TV Tokyo, 2013), Fumi Takano[39]
  • Yorozu Uranai Dokoro Onmyōya e Yōkoso Episode 3 (KTV, 2013), Natsuo Miyauchi[40]
  • Shokubutsu Danshi Berandā (NHK BS Premium, 2013)[41]
  • Kounotori no Yurikago: Akachan Post no 6-nen Kan to Sukuwareta 92 no Inochi no Mirai (TBS, 2013), Ryōko Yasuda[42]
  • Matching Love (TBS, 2013), Haruka Iwata[43]
  • Kindaichi Shōnen no Jikenbo Gokumon Juku Satsujin Jiken (NTV, 2014), Akiko Hama[44]
  • Hitojichi no Rōdokukai (WOWOW, 2014), Hitomi Hirasawa/Sakiko Hirasawa[45]
  • Border Keishichō Sōsa Ikka Satsujinhan Sōsa Dai-4 Gakari (TV Asahi, 2014), Mika Higa[46]
  • Osoroshi: Mishimaya Henchō Hyaku Monogatari (NHK BS Premium, 2014), Ochika[47]
  • Gomenne Seishun! (TBS, 2014), Yūko Hachiya[48]
  • Ubasute (Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, 2014), Diana[49]
  • Ōedo Sōsamō 2015: Onmitsu Dōshin, Aku o Kiru! (TV Tokyo, 2015), Sanae Tanuma[50]
  • Hula Girl to Inu no Choko (TV Tokyo, 2015), Kasumi Takezawa[51]
  • Asadora Asa ga Kita (NHK, 2015), Asa Shiraoka[12]
  • Sekai Ichi Muzukashii Koi (NTV, 2016), Misaki Shibayama[52]
  • On (Fuji TV, 2016), Hinako Tōdō
  • Mom, May I Quit Being Your Daughter? (NHK, 2017), Mizuki Hayase
  • I love You Just a Little Bit (TBS, 2017), Mitsu Watanabe
  • Musume no Kekkon (TV Tokyo, 2018), Miki Kunieda
  • The Kitazawas: We Mind Our Own Business (Nippon TV, 2018), Chiaki Kitazawa[53]
  • Mikaiketsu no Onna: Keishichou Bunsho Sousakan (TV Asahi, 2018), Tomo Yashiro[54]

Films[edit]

  • Dakara Watashi o Suwarasete. Tūkin Densha de Suwaru Gijutsu! (2006), Ai[13]
  • Lemon no Koro (2007), Kaoru Yoshii[55]
  • Koizora (2007), Aya[56]
  • Koi no Pororon (2007), Kaho[57]
  • Chī-chan wa Yūkyū no Mukou (2008), Yūko Hayashida[58]
  • Yūbae Shōjo "Asakusa no Shimai" (2008)[59]
  • Real Onigokko (2008), Haru Satō[2]
  • Rock'n Roll Diet! (2008), Narumi Eguchi[60]
  • Tenshi no Ita Okujō (2008), Mizuki Kawashiro[61]
  • Ikemen Bank The Movie (2009), Yuri Yamamura[62]
  • Guardian Angel (2009), Asami Watanabe[63]
  • Yamagata Scream (2009), Munae Haraizen[64]
  • Onna no Ko Monogatari (2009), Kimiko(Highschool Girl)[65]
  • Bushido Sixteen (2010), Midoriko Nishiogi[66]
  • Soft Boy (2010), Kusanagi[67]
  • Maria-sama ga Miteru (2010), Sachiko Ogasawara[68]
  • Afro Tanaka (2012), Mina[69]
  • Girls For Keeps (2012), Yūko Kitamura[70]
  • Good Coming: Tōru to Neko, Tama ni Neko (2012), Miyuki[71]
  • Bungo: Sasayaka na Yokubō Kokuhaku Suru Shinshitachi "Kōfuku no Kanata" (2012), Kinuko[72]
  • Party wa Sentō Kara Hajimaru (2012)[73]
  • Minasan, Sayōnara (2013), Yuri Matsushima[74]
  • Zekkyō Gakkyū (2013), Makoto Hosaka[75]
  • Crying 100 Times: Every Raindrop Falls (2013), Keiko Ogawa[76]
  • Kiyoku Yawaku (2013), Asami Kawaguchi[77]
  • Shin Ōkubo Monogatari (2013)[78]
  • Gajimaru Shokudō no Koi (2014), Mizuho Hirara[79]
  • Again (2015), Mie Tozawa[80]
  • Grasshopper (2015), Yuriko[81]
  • Before a Falling Star Fades Away (2015), Naoko Motoyama[82]
  • Oz Land (2018)
  • Cafe Funiculi Funicula (2018)
  • Dragon Quest: Your Story (2019), Nera Briscoletti[83]

Dubbing[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

Magazines[edit]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "I Miss You/Message: Asu no Boku e" (16 April 2008), ASIN B0014466SQ[10]

Accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2016 9th Tokyo Drama Awards Best Actress Asa ga Kita Won
2017 41st Elan d'or Awards Newcomer of the Year Won

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