Haruma Miura

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Haruma Miura
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Haruma Miura in 2016
Native name三浦 春馬
Born (1990-04-05) April 5, 1990 (age 28)
Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Japan
Occupation
Years active1997—present
AgentAmuse, Inc.
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)

Haruma Miura (三浦 春馬, Miura Haruma) (born April 5, 1990) is a Japanese actor and singer signed to Amuse, Inc.. He made his acting debut in 1997 in the television drama Agri and rose to popularity in the mid-2000s starring in Gokusen 3 and the 2007 film Koizora.

Career[edit]

Miura made his debut in the NHK drama Agri when he was seven.[1] He was enrolled at Tsukuba Actor's Studio and whilst he was still acting, formed the dance team Brash Brats with two other students. When Tsukuba Actor's Studio closed down, Miura and his bandmates joined Amuse. Miura soon gained recognition following several dramas such as Fight. In 2005, Brash Brats went on hiatus, while Miura continued his acting career.

Miura was cast in the movie Koizora in 2007.[2] The same year, he was cast in the movie Negative Happy Chainsaw Edge starring Hayato Ichihara.[3] In 2008, he starred opposite Juri Ueno in Naoko and won the Sponichi Grand Prix Newcomer Award in the 63rd Mainichi Film Awards in 2009 for his role.[4] He also was given a newcomer award in the 31st Japan Academy Awards on February 15, 2008.[5]

Miura then went on to star in dramas such as Binbō Danshi and the third season of Gokusen as major supporting characters.[6] His growing popularity during 2008 then led to him to become the leading character of Fujimaru Takagi in manga based drama Bloody Monday, in which he played a genius computer hacker trying to prevent the release of a biological virus by a terrorist organization. The autumn drama also co-starred fellow Amuse actor Takeru Sato and Fujii Mina.[7]

In February 2009, he was one of the recipients of a newcomer award in the 2009 Elan d'or Awards.[8] Miura starred in Crows Zero II, which is the sequel to Crows Zero and was reunited with actor Shun Oguri whom he had previously worked with in Binbō Danshi.[9] It opened in theaters on April 11, 2009. A movie of Gokusen was released in July, in which Miura reprised his role of Ren Kazama.[10] From June 20, 2009 to July 26, 2009, Miura starred in his first stage production entitled Hoshi no Daichi ni Furu Namida.[11] On September 2, 2009, it was announced that Miura would play the lead role in the NTV drama Samurai High School.[12]

Miura did a documentary show with Takeru Sato which was released 2010 as a DVD. In 2011, they released a DVD [13] of their eco-holiday in Sabah, Malaysia.

Miura played a leading role in Shinji Aoyama's 2011 film Tokyo Park.[14]

Personal life[edit]

Miura graduated from Horikoshi High School in Nakano, Tokyo on February 19, 2009. From 2016 until November 2017, Miura dated choreographer Koharu Sugawara.[15][16]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Nile Umi Nishiyama
Spellbound Kouichi Kitano
2001 Thousand Years of Love — The Tale of Shining Genji
2002 Mori no Gakkō Masao Kawai
2006 Catch A Wave Taiyou Sasaki Leading role
Akihabara@Deep Izumu
2007 Koizora Hiroki Sakurai
Negative Happy Chainsaw Edge Noto
2008 Naoko Yusuke Iki
2009 Crows Zero 2 Tatsuya Bitō
Gokusen: The Movie Ren Kazama
2010 Kimi no Todoke Shota Kazehaya Leading role
2011 Tokyo Park Koji Shida Leading role
2013 Space Pirate Captain Harlock Yama (voice)
The Eternal Zero Kentaro Saeki
2014 Five Minutes to Tomorrow Ryo Leading role
2015 Attack on Titan Eren Jaeger Leading role
Attack on Titan: End of the World Eren Jaeger Leading role
2018 Sunny: Our Hearts Beat Together Wataru Fujii
A Banana? At This Time of Night? Hisashi Tanaka
Gintama 2 Kamotarō Itō
2019 Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Satou Leading role

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
1997 Agri Shōtarō NHK Asadora
1999 Doyo Wide Gekijō Ichitarō Wakui TV Asahi
2000 Sleep in the Rain Keita Nakahara TBS
Manatsu no Merry Christmas Ryo Kinoshita (young) TBS
2003 Musashi Jōtarō NHK Taiga drama
2005 Division 1 Aozora Koi Hoshi Keita Ishikawa Fuji TV Episode 11
Fight Kiyoshi Okabe NHK Asadora
Ima, Ai ni Yukimasu Akihiro Kudō TBS
2006 Unfair Yutaka Saitō Fuji TV
Komyo ga Tsuji Shōnan Sōke NHK Taiga drama
Children Shirō Kihara WOWOW
14-sai no Haha: Aisuru tame ni Umaretekita Satoshi Kirino NTV
2008 Binbō Danshi Ryo Shiraishi NTV
Gokusen 3 Ren Kazama NTV
Galileo SP Manabu Yukawa (young) Fuji TV
Bloody Monday Fujimaru Takagi TBS Leading role
2009 Samurai High School Kotaro Mochizuki NTV Leading role
2010 Bloody Monday Season 2: Zetsubo no Kushige Fujimaru Takagi TBS Leading role
2011 Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta Shuji Kashiwagi Fuji TV Leading role
Hi wa mata noboru Eiji Miyata TV Asahi
2012 Higashino Keigo Mysteries Ryo Nakaoka Fuji TV Leading role, ep. 8
2013 Last Cinderella Hiroto Saeki Fuji TV
2014 Boku no Ita Jikan Takuto Sawada Fuji TV Leading role
Satsujin Hensachi 70 Keisuke Miyahara NTV Leading role
2016 Watashi wo Hanasanai de Tomohiko Doi TBS
2017 Onna jōshu Naotora Ii Naochika NHK Taiga drama
Otona Koukou Eito Arakawa TV Asahi Leading role
2018 Yonimo Kimyona Monogatari Haru no Tokubetsu-hen Mineo Kobayashi Fuji TV Leading role

Music video[edit]

Year Artist Song Notes
2005 Candy "Promise"
2008 Yuzu "Umaku Ienai"
2013 C&K "Mikan Heart"
2014 Nico Touches the Walls "Bakemono"
2017 Yu Takahashi "Reportage"

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Hoshi No Daichi Ni Furu Namida (星の大地に降る涙)
2012 Kaitō Seven (海盗セブン)
Zipang Punk Goemon Rock III (ZIPANG PUNK~五右衛門ロックⅢ)[17]
2015 Orpheus Descending Val Xavier Lead role[18]
2016 Kinky Boots Lola Lead role[19]
2019 Crime and Punishment Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov Lead role[20]

Accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Work Result
2008 31st Japan Academy Prize Rookie of the Year Koizora Won[citation needed]
2009 2009 Elan d'or Awards Rookie of the Year Himself Won[citation needed]
63rd Mainichi Film Awards Sponichi Grand Prix New Talent Award Naoko Won[21]
2014 51st Galaxy Award (Japan) Individual Award Last Cinderella Won[citation needed]
2015 38th Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting Actor The Eternal Zero Nominated[22]
2017 24th Yomiuri Theater Award Best Actor Award Kinky Boots Won[citation needed]
2017 24th Yomiuri Theater Award Haruko Sugimura Award Kinky Boots Won[citation needed]

Photobooks[edit]

  • Tabun (たぶん) (2007)
  • Letters (2008)
  • Switch (2010)
  • Fureru (ふれる) (2015)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tanaka, Nobuko (2016-07-14). "Teppei Koike and Haruma Miura strut proudly onto the stage in 'Kinky Boots'". The Japan Times. Retrieved 2017-10-28.
  2. ^ "Koide, Miura join Aragaki in 'Koizora'". Tokyograph. May 3, 2007. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  3. ^ "Ichihara stars in "Negative Happy Chainsaw Edge"". Tokyograph. April 7, 2007. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  4. ^ "Mainichi Film Awards: "Okuribito" takes top prize". Tokyograph. January 22, 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  5. ^ ""Tokyo Tower" dominates Japan Academy Awards". Tokyograph. February 15, 2008. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  6. ^ ""Gokusen 3" cast revealed". Tokyograph. February 8, 2008. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  7. ^ "Haruma Miura to star in "Bloody Monday"". Tokyograph. August 20, 2008. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  8. ^ "2009 Elan d'or Awards". Tokyograph. February 6, 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  9. ^ "Haruma Miura joins "Crows Zero II" as Oguri's rival". Tokyograph. August 26, 2008. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  10. ^ ""Gokusen" goes to the big screen". Tokyograph. March 4, 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  11. ^ "Haruma Miura takes to the stage". Tokyograph. December 8, 2008. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  12. ^ "Haruma Miura stars in "Samurai Seventeen" drama". Tokyograph. September 2, 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  13. ^ HT2 http://www.amuse-s-e.co.jp/ht2/
  14. ^ Young, Neil (14 August 2011). "Tokyo Park: Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter.
  15. ^ "三浦春馬が熱愛 ダンサー菅原小春にアタック成功". Nikkan Sports (in Japanese). 2016-09-22. Retrieved 2017-10-22.
  16. ^ Template:Cite news web
  17. ^ "HT2 ~ Sekido No Mashita De Nabe o Tsutsuku ~". Amuse Inc.
  18. ^ Mika Eglinton (2015-04-28). "Orpheus descends on Japan". The Japan Times. Retrieved 2018-10-07.
  19. ^ Nobuko Tanaka (2016-07-14). "Teppei Koike and Haruma Miura strut proudly onto the stage in 'Kinky Boots'". The Japan Times. Retrieved 2018-08-15.
  20. ^ "「罪と罰」三浦春馬・大島優子・麻実れい・勝村政信らのビジュアル公開". Natalie (in Japanese). 2018-09-07. Retrieved 2018-10-07.
  21. ^ Mainichi Film Concours: Awards for 2009. imdb.com. Retrieved August 15, 2015.
  22. ^ Award of the Japanese Academy:Awards for 2015 imdb.com. Retrieved August 15, 2015.

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