October 14, 1970 |
Namegata, Ibaraki, Japan
|Spouse(s)||Maro Naitō (2009–present)|
Hiromi Nagasaku (永作 博美 Nagasaku Hiromi?, born October 14, 1970) is a Japanese actress and singer. She was a member of the J-pop group Ribbon. Mark Schilling of The Japan Times described her as "the best comic actress working in Japan today".
She played a supporting role in the 2007 film Funuke Show Some Love, You Losers!, for which she won the awards for Best Supporting Actress at the 32nd Hochi Film Awards and the Kinema Junpo magazine.
- Doppelganger (2003)
- Hanging Garden (2005)
- Su-ki-da (2005)
- Funuke Show Some Love, You Losers! (2007)
- Dolphin Blue (2007)
- Closed Note (2007)
- Don't Laugh at My Romance (2007)
- Dosokai (2008)
- R246 Story (2008)
- The Clone Returns Home (2009)
- Cast Me If You Can (2010)
- Rebirth (2011)
- Solomon's Perjury (2015)
- The Furthest End Awaits (2015), Misaki Yoshida
- N (1993)
- Here and Now (1994)
- "My Home Town" (1993)
- "Without You" (1994)
- "Ai ni Kite" (1994)
- "9:01 PM" (1998)
- Schilling, Mark (15 August 2008). "'Dosokai'". The Japan Times.
- Mes, Tom (15 April 2004). "Doppelgänger". Midnight Eye.
- Fainaru, Dan (3 October 2003). "Doppelganger". Screen International.
- 報知映画賞ヒストリー (in Japanese). Cinema Hochi. Retrieved 18 October 2010.
- Gray, Jason (11 January 2008). "Suo's I Just Didn't Do It wins top Kinema Junpo honours". Screen International.
- Blair, Gavin J. (2 March 2012). "'Youkame no Semi' Wins Big at Japan Academy Prize Awards". The Hollywood Reporter.
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