Kazue Fukiishi

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Kazue Fukuyama
Native name 福山 一恵
Born Kazue Fukiishi (吹石 一恵)
(1982-09-28) September 28, 1982 (age 36)
Kashiba, Nara, Japan
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present
Height 1.69 m (5 ft 6 12 in)
Spouse(s) Masaharu Fukuyama (m. 2015)
Children 1

Kazue Fukiishi (吹石 一恵, Fukiishi Kazue) is a Japanese actress. She won the award for best supporting actress at the 28th Yokohama Film Festival for What the Snow Brings, Tegami, and Memories of Tomorrow.[1]

Career[edit]

Fukiishi starred in Takuji Suzuki's Gegege's Wife in 2010.[2]

She co-starred with Aoi Miyazaki, Sakura Ando and Shiori Kutsuna in Hiroshi Ishikawa's Petal Dance in 2013.[3]

She married with Masaharu Fukuyama on September 2015.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Television[edit]

Drama
Year Title Role Notes Network
1997 Love Generation Midori CX
1998 Bishōjo Shinseiki Gazer Moe Mikasa Lead role EX
Yanchakure Togashi Hayakawa 59th Asadora NHK
1999 Ppoi! Sagami Makoto NTV
Josei Sōsakan Eye Catcher Harumi Shimoda Guest role, episode 3 NHK
2000 Ichigen no Koto Ranko Tanida NHK
Hotel Special: Fall 2000 Tomoko Television special TBS
2001 Wakaresaseya Ritsuko Guest role, episode 6 YTV
The Kindaichi Case Files: Season 3 Masumi Takamori Third Story NTV
Senyuū Kazoku Miki Shimabara Television special NHK
Hotel Special: Fall 2001 Tomoko Television special NHK
2002 Hotel Special: Spring 2002 Tomoko Television special NHK
Sabu Osue Television Special NBN
Locker no Hanako-san Tomoko Komine NHK
2003 Yoiko no Mikata Minako Sakai NTV
Densetsu no Madam Guest role YTV
Yonigeya Honpo Yuko Yamanaka Guest role, episode 9 NTV
Kaettekita Locker no Hanako-san Tomoko Komine NHK
Ima Soko ni Aru Kiki
2004 Shinsengumi! Yagi Hide 43rd Taiga drama NHK
2005 Nihon no Schindler Chiune Sugihara Monogatari Setsuko Sugihara Television special YTV
Meitantei Akafuji Takashi: Itoshi no Sand Lion Yayoi Morishita
Michiru Morishita
Television special
Second night
NHK
2006 Hyoheki Yukari Kitazawa NHK
Kazoku-tachi no Ashita Kaneko Horie Lead role, television special CX
Yuuki Miyuki Television special NTV
2007 Chushingura Yozeiin No Inbo Kiyo Television special TX
Karei-naru Ichizoku Kazuko Uruwashi TBS
Bambino! Eri Takahashi NTV
Himitsu no Oku-san 2 Naomi Fujino Television Special CX
Yamada Tarō Monogatari Kyoko Torii TBS
High and Low Noriko Sakuda Television special EX
2008 Full Swing Aya Tokito TBS
Loss:Time:Life Yuriko Iwata Guest role, episode 1 CX
Rookies Rie Mayumi TBS
Scandal Mayuko Samejima TBS
2009 Nene: Onna Taikōki Yodo-dono Television special TX
Glass-iro no Koibito Minami Kohinata Lead role, television special NHK
Kaze ni Maiagaru Vinyl Sheet Rika Kudo Lead role NHK
Kanryotachi no Natsu Makoto Yamamoto TBS
2010 Kobe Shimbun no Nanokakan Kaori Kofuji Docudrama CX
Okaa-san no Saigo no Ichinichi Momoko Arimura Television special EX
Tabisuru Fūfu Shiori Hamada Television special CBC
2011 Tokyo Control Nana Ota Guest role, episode 3 CX
Kōkōsei Restaurant Karuka Muraki NTV
Barairo no Seisen Miki Makoto Lead role EX
2012 Taira no Kiyomori Maiko 51st Taiga drama NHK
Lucky Seven Yuki Kirihara CX
Dr. Kenji Morobashi Tsubaki Morishita Television special CX
Gokujo Mystery Ayako Takei Television special TBS
Kazoku, Kashimasu Kaori Sawa Television special NTV
2013 Tonbi Yumi Sakamoto TBS
Furueru Ushi Masumi Tsuruta WOWOW
The Partner: Itoshiki Hyakunen no Tomo e Masa Asaba Television special TBS
Nanohana Line ni Norikaete Kaori Honda Lead role, television special NHK BS
Premium
Olympic no Minoshirokin Harumi Ochiai Television special EX
2014 S: The Last Policeman Yuzuru Munakata TBS
Dr. Kenji Morohashi Tsubaki Morishita Television special CX
The Cabin Attendant Tomoko Hayami Television special CX
Mama to Papa ga Ikiru Riyū Shuko Yoshioka Lead role TBS
2015 I'm Home Kyoko Shiraishi Guest role, episode 8 EX

Personal life[edit]

On September 28, 2015, Fukiishi's 33 years old birthday, she married Japanese actor and singer Masaharu Fukuyama, who was 13 years her senior.[4]Their first child was born on December 22, 2016.[5][6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 第28回ヨコハマ映画祭 2006年日本映画個人賞 (in Japanese). Yokohama Film Festival. Retrieved December 18, 2010.
  2. ^ Hase, Masato (February 10, 2010). "Gazing at a destitute life as if observing a beloved creature". Yomiuri Shimbun.
  3. ^ Young, Deborah (March 20, 2013). "Petal Dance: Hong Kong Review". The Hollywood Reporter.
  4. ^ "Actors Fukuyama, Fukiishi marry". The Japan Times. Japan: The Japan Times Ltd. 2015-09-28. Retrieved 2015-09-28.
  5. ^ Masaharu Fukuyama & Kazue Fukiishi Announce Birth Of First Child JpopAsia(22 Dec, 2016)
  6. ^ 福山雅治&吹石一恵に第1子誕生 出産に立ち会い涙 Sponichi Annex(2016-12-22)(in Japanese)

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