Rumi Hiiragi

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Born (1987-08-01) August 1, 1987 (age 33)
OccupationActress

Rumi Hiiragi (柊 瑠美, Hiiragi Rumi, born August 1, 1987) is a Japanese actress.

Career[edit]

Hiiragi first appeared in numerous commercials. She starred in the NHK asadora Suzuran and Hayao Miyazaki's award-winning anime film Spirited Away.[1] In 2002, she appeared in the high school baseball television program Netto Koshien as a field reporter. In 2005, she appeared in the NTV program Nobuta o Produce, portraying the character Kasumi Aoi.

Works[edit]

TV dramas[edit]

Films[edit]

TV commercials[edit]

Other television programs[edit]

  • BS Natsu Yasumi Tokushū Astro Fantasy: Shichiyō Bitte (1999, NHK)
  • Studio Park Kara Kon'nichiwa (1999, NHK)
  • Shichiyōtte Nan!? (1999, NHK BS-1)
  • Netto Koshien (2002, TV Asahi)
  • Nice Mototeki Ongakukan (April 2004 - March 2005, YOU TV)
  • Tsurumisen Monogatari (2005, YOU TV)
  • Yokohama Mystery: Akai Kutsu~Yottsu no Zō no Nazo Haha no Negai Ha Toki wo Koete (June 2004, YOU TV)
  • Yokohama Mystery: Tsurumisen Monogatari ~Tankoro Densha Ga Iku~ (April 2005, YOU TV)
  • Yokohama Mystery: Byōinsen Hikawamaru ~Senka no Roman Kōro~ (May 2005, YOU TV)
  • Yokohama Mystery: Yokohama Kokusai Minakami Kūkō ~Minami no Shima he Tonda Hikōtei (June 2005, YOU TV)
  • Daitan Map (released July 29, 2008, VTR)

Other[edit]

  • Suzuran no Uta/Haha ni Sasageru Uta ending song performance of Suzuran movie, distributed by Nippon Crown Records
  • 2002 S.T. Corporation's Dream Musical Arupusu no Shōjo Haiji (2002) — as Haiji
  • Shakai Fukishi Hōjin Chūo Kyōdō Bokinkai: Akai Hane Kyōdō Bokin (2002)
  • Ie no Hikari Kyōkai: Chagurin Hiiragi Rumi No Nan Demo Sōdan Corner (serialization) (2002–2003)
  • Bunka Hōsō BSQR: Konya mo Hate Hati Personality (April–September 2003)
  • Bunka Hōsō BSQR: Tengai Radio ~Ōgon Koku Densetsu~ Personality (2003–2004)
  • Ongaku Senkasha: Ruri-iru no Calendrier (2004)
  • Tokyo FM Shuppan CUTE THEATER VOL. 1 Hiiragi Rumi (February 2005)
  • ON THE WAY COMEDY Michikusa (2006, Tokyo FM)

Games[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Spirited Away: Early Oscar Reaction". Anime News Network. 24 March 2003. Retrieved 22 July 2010.
  2. ^ "Suzuran (2000)". New York Times. Retrieved 22 July 2010.

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