Keiko Takahashi

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Keiko Takahashi
Born (1955-01-22) January 22, 1955 (age 62)
Shibecha, Hokkaidō, Japan
Other names Keiko Sekine (関根恵子?)
Occupation Actress
Years active 1970–present
Spouse(s) Banmei Takahashi
Website http://www.blow-up.jp/

Keiko Takahashi (高橋惠子 Takahashi Keiko?, born January 22, 1955 in Shibecha, Hokkaidō, Japan) is a Japanese actress. Prior to marrying director Banmei Takahashi in 1982, she went by her maiden name Keiko Sekine (関根恵子?). She debuted in the 1970 film High School Student Blues, which included topless scenes of the 15-year-old actress. Her second film, おさな妻, earned her the Golden Arrow Award for Newcomer of the Year. She would perform several more nude scenes at the age of 16, in 樹氷悲歌 and Play.

In 1981 she appeared in the Nikkatsu Roman Porno film Love Letter, a fictionalized account of the life of poet Mitsuharu Kaneko, which Nikkatsu hoped would appeal to both male and female audiences.[1] In 1982 she was the female lead in her husband Banmei Takahashi's launch into mainstream film, Tattoo Ari.[2] In 2008, she won the Mainichi Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Fumiko no Umi.[3] She was given Mainichi's Tanaka Kinuyo Award in 2010.[3]

Filmography[edit]

  1. High School Student Blues (高校生ブルース; Koukousei buruusu) (1970)
  2. おさな妻 (Osanazuma) (1970)
  3. Just for You (可愛い悪魔 いいものあげる; Kawaii akuma: iimono ageru) (1970)
  4. The Forbidden Fruit (新・高校生ブルース; Shin koukousei buruusu) (1970)
  5. 高校生心中 純愛 (1971)
  6. 樹氷悲歌 (1971)
  7. Play (遊び; Asobi) (1971)
  8. 成熟 (1971)
  9. 湯けむり110番 いるかの大将 (1972)
  10. Rise, Fair Sun (朝やけの詩; Asayake no uta) (1973)
  11. Kandagawa (神田川) (1974)
  12. The Gate of Youth (青春の門; Seishun no mon) (1975)
  13. がんばれ!若大将 (1975)
  14. 動脈列島 (1975)
  15. 激走!若大将 (1976)
  16. アッシイたちの街 (Asshii-tachi no machi) (1981)
  17. 魔性の夏 四谷怪談より (Masho no natsu - "Yotsuya kaidan" yori) (1981)
  18. Love Letter (ラブレター; Rabu Retaa) (1981)
  19. Tattoo Ari (TATTOO<刺青>あり) (1982)
  20. 大日本帝国 (Dai Nippon Teikoku) (1982)
  21. Lake of Illusions (幻の湖) (Maboroshi no mizuumi) (1982)
  22. Wolf (狼; Ookami) (1982)
  23. カッくんカフェ (Kakkun Kafe) (1984)
  24. Love Letter (恋文; Koibumi) (1985)
  25. Jiro's Story (次郎物語; Jiru monogatari) (1987)
  26. ゴルフ夜明け前 (Gorufu yoakemae) (1987)
  27. Door (1988)
  28. 花物語 (Hana monogatari) (1989)
  29. ほしつぐもの (Hoshi tsugu mono) (1990)
  30. エイジアン・ブルー 浮島丸サコン (1995)
  31. ゼラフィムの夜 (1996)
  32. 男たちのかいた絵 (Otokotachi no kaita e) (1996)
  33. 現代仁侠伝 (Gendai ninkyoden) (1997)
  34. Magnitude (マグニチュード) (1997)
  35. 大いなる完 (1998)
  36. Spiral aka Vortex (うずまき; Uzumaki) (2000)
  37. Otokogi (新・男樹~完結編; Shin otokogi: kanketsuhen) (2000)
  38. Drug (ドラッグ) (2001)
  39. Legendary Crocodile Jake and His Fellows 伝説のワニ (Densetsu no wani) (2004)
  40. ふみ子の海 (Fumiko no Umi) (2007)
  41. Be Sure to Share (2009)
  42. Akai Tama (2015)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Weisser, Thomas; Yuko Mihara Weisser (1998). Japanese Cinema Encyclopedia: The Sex Films. Miami: Vital Books : Asian Cult Cinema Publications. p. 254. ISBN 1-889288-52-7. 
  2. ^ Weisser, p.427
  3. ^ a b "Awards for Keiko Takahashi". IMDB. Retrieved 2012-05-04. 

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