Mayu Matsuoka

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Mayu Matsuoka
Matsuoka Mayu at Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival 2018 (30677392577).jpg
Native name
松岡 茉優
Born (1995-02-16) February 16, 1995 (age 24)
OccupationActress
Years active2004–present
AgentHirata Office
Known for
Height1.60 m (5 ft 3 in)

Mayu Matsuoka (松岡 茉優, Matsuoka Mayu, born February 16, 1995) is a Japanese actress.[1][2]

Matsuoka has been awarded the Tama best Emerging Actress Award[3] and Fumiko Yamaji Freshman Actress Award in 2016[4]. She gained international attention as an ambassador of the Tokyo International Film Festival for 2017 and her role in the Palme d’Or winning film Shoplifters[5].

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
2006 Akiba Yūichi Onuma
2008 Love Exposure Yuri Sion Sono
2012 Potechi Miyu Yoshihiro Nakamura
The Kirishima Thing Sana Daihachi Yoshida
Lesson of the Evil Satomi Shirai Takashi Miike
2013 Suzuki Sensei: The Movie Nanami Horinouchi Hayato Kawai
Zekkyō Gakkyū Erika Katori Tetsuya Satō
Dawn of a Filmmaker: The Keisuke Kinoshita Story Yaeko Keiichi Hara
2014 Little Forest Kikko Junichi Mori
Samu Life Yumi Takeshi Moriya
2015 Strayer's Chronicle Momo Takahisa Zeze
2016 Neko nanka yondemo konai Ume-san Tōru Yamamoto
Chihayafuru Part 2 Shinobu Wakamiya Norihiro Koizumi
Pokémon the movie XY&Z: Volcanion and the Ingenious Magearna Chymia (voice) Kunihiko Yuyama
A Silent Voice Young Shōya (voice) Naoko Yamada
2017 Blank13 Kōji's girlfriend Takumi Saito
Tremble All You Want Yoshika Etō Akiko Ōku Lead role
2018 Chihayafuru Part 3 Shinobu Wakamiya Norihiro Koizumi
Shoplifters Aki Shibata Hirokazu Kore-eda
2019 Honey Bees and Distant Thunder Aya Eiden Kei Ishikawa Lead role
Birthday Wonderland Akane (voice) Keiichi Hara Lead role
One Night Sonoko Kazuya Shiraishi

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
2011 Suzuki Sensei Nanami Horinouchi TX
2013 Amachan Shiori Iruma NHK Asadora
2014 GTO Ayuna CX
2015 A Restaurant With Many Problems Chika Ameki CX
Dr. Storks Kae Shimoya TBS
2016 Sono 'Okodawari', Watashi ni mo Kure yo!![6] Herself TX Lead role
Sanada Maru Chikurin-in NHK Taiga drama
Aquarium Girl Yuka Shima NHK Lead role
2017 Dr. Storks Season 2 Kae Shimoya TBS
My Loser Husband Sayaka Kobayashi NTV
2018 Kuroido Goroshi Hanako Kuroido CX TV movie

Dubbing roles[edit]

Live-action
Animation

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Work(s) Result
2016 The 41st Hochi Film Award Best Supporting Actress Chihayafuru Nominated
2017 The 71st Mainichi Film Awards Best New Actress Nominated
2018 The 27th Tokyo Sports Film Award Best Actress Tremble All You Want Nominated
The 27th Japanese Professional Movie Awards Best Actress Won
The 43rd Hochi Film Awards Best Actress Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Shoplifters Nominated
The 31st Nikkan Sports Film Awards Best Actress Tremble All You Want Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Shoplifters, Chihayafuru Part 3 and Blank13 Nominated
2019 The 40th Yokohama Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Won
The 73rd Mainichi Film Awards Best Actress Tremble All You Want Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Shoplifters Nominated
The 61st Blue Ribbon Awards Best Supporting Actress Shoplifters and Chihayafuru Part 3 Won
The 28th Tokyo Sports Film Award Best Actress Tremble All You Want Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Shoplifters Won
The 13th Asian Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated
The 42nd Japan Academy Prize Best Actress Tremble All You Want Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Shoplifters Nominated
The 43rd Elan d'or Awards Newcomer of the Year Herself Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ 松岡茉優 (in Japanese). Yahoo Japan Corporation. Retrieved 2015-06-20.
  2. ^ 松岡茉優 (in Japanese). oricon ME inc. Retrieved 2015-06-20.
  3. ^ ""Over Fence" "Complex" is the Best Work, the 8th TAMA Film Award Result Announcement". Natalie. 6 October 2016. Retrieved 24 November 2018.
  4. ^ "映画賞レース開幕!「第40回山路ふみ子映画賞」は李相日監督の「怒り」女優賞との2冠". 映画.com. Retrieved 2016-10-17.
  5. ^ SCHILLING, MARK (18 October 2018). "The meteoric rise of Mayu Matsuoka". The Japan Times. Retrieved 24 November 2018.
  6. ^ "Sono 'Okodawari,' Ore ni mo Kure Yo!! Manga Gets Live-Action Series". Anime News Network. February 14, 2016. Retrieved February 17, 2016.

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