Sumika Nono

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Sumika Nono
Native name
野々 すみ花
Born (1987-02-27) 27 February 1987 (age 32)
NationalityJapanese
OccupationActress
Years active2005–
AgentUmeda Arts Theater (2012–)
Style
Height1.61 m (5 ft 3 in)
WebsiteOfficial website

Sumika Nono (野々 すみ花, Nono Sumika, born 27 February 1987 in Kumiyama, Kuse District, Kyoto)[1][2][3][4] is a Japanese actress. She is a former top musumeyaku of the Soragumi of the Takarazuka Revue. She is nicknamed Sumika (すみか).[5]

Nono is represented with Umeda Arts Theater. As a musumeyaku (playing young female characters) who was skilled in dancing, acting and singing, she was billed as "Takarazuka's Maya Kitajima" (after the lead character in the manga Glass Mask) and rose to become a top musumeyaku at the Takarazuka Revue in only five years.[6][7] After leaving the revue Nono later performed in stage musicals and television dramas.

During Takarazuka Revue[edit]

Hanagumi era[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 La vie en rose
Rakuyō no Palermo / Asian Winds! Vittorio (child)
2006 Scout Jessica
Phantom Erik (young) / Meg (minor)
Mind Traveler Judy Kazan
2007 Akechi Kogorō no Jiken-bo ― Kuro Tokage Sanae / Tokage Kuro (minor) First minor heroine
The Dancing Girl Ellis First main heroine
Hello Dancing! Nana
Adeu Marsellie Mirelle / Marianne (minor) Minor heroine
2008 Melancholic Gigolo Abunai Sōzokujin / Love Symphony 2 Teena
Ai to Shino Arabia / Red hot Sea Fahama / Samira (minor)
Fall Guy Konatsu Mizuhara Main heroine
2009 Taiō Shijinki Talbi, Tamdok (child) / Kiha, Kazin (minor) Minor heroine
Oguri! Oguri Hanganmonokatari yori Terutehime Main heroine

Soragumi Top Musume era[edit]

Year Title Role
2009 Ōe Yamakaden: Moetsukite koso / Apasionado!! II Fujiko / Fuji no Ha
Casablanca Ilza Land
2010 Shangri La: Mizuno Shiro Miu
Trafalgar: Nelson, sono Ai to Kiseki / Funky Sunshine Emma, Lady Hamilton
Fall Guy Konatsu Mizuhara
Daregatameni Kane wa Naru Maria
2011 Valentino June Masis
Utsukushiki Shōgai: Mitsunari Ishida Eien no Ai to Yoshi / Lunarossa: Yoru ni Madou Tabibito Yodo-dono
Classico Italiano: Saikō no Otoko no Shitate-kata / Nice Guy!! Sono Otoko, Y ni Yoru Hōsoku Mina Putti
2012 Kamen no Romanesque / Apasionado!! II Marquess of Montuille
Hanayaka narishi Hibi / Climax Judy Rain

After Takarazuka Revue[edit]

Stage[edit]

Year Title Role Ref.
2013 Inori to Kaibutsu –Wilville no Sanshimai– Yukio Ninagawa Enshutsu Version Retisha / Cassandra
Proof / Shōmei Catherine
2014 Ai no Uta o Utaou Kaori
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg Genevieve
2015 Limelight Terry
2016 Love Letters: 2016 The Climax Special Melissa [8]
2017 Kimi ga Jinsei no Toki [9]

TV drama[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2013 Keishichō Sōsaikka 9 Kakari season 8 Mikiko Sano TV Asahi Episode 6
Sakka Tantei Misa Yamamura Natsuno TV Tokyo
2014 Yoshiwara Ura Dōshin Usuzumi Tayū NHK
2015 Hoiku Tantei 25-ji: Shinichirō Hanasaki wa Nemurenai!! Harumi Otsuki TV Tokyo
Asa ga Kita Miwa NHK [10]
2016 Jūhan Shuttai! Misato TBS
Chō Nyūmon! Rakugo The Movie Oaki NHK
Keishichō Kidō Sōsa-tai 216 Nao Morikawa TBS

Other TV programmes[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2013 Hitachi: Sekai fushigi Hakken! TBS Mystery Hunter
Risō no Koibito Zukan KTV Navigator
2014 Bi no Stylist

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Ref.
2016 Kansai Johnny's Jr. no Mezase Yuko Wakui [11]
2018 When I Get Home, My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead

Radio[edit]

Year Title Network Ref.
2016 Seishun Adventure: Ame ni mo makezu Socha Ippuku NHK FM [12]

Awards[edit]

Year Award
2007 Takarazuka Revue Year Award Newcomer Award
2010 Takarazuka Revue Year Award Excellence Award

References[edit]

  1. ^ "故郷・久御山の役場訪問、笑顔 宝塚宙組の野々すみ花さん". Kyoto Shimbun (in Japanese). 15 Sep 2009. Archived from the original on 28 September 2009. Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  2. ^ Murakami, Kumiko (12 May 2011). "プレシャス!宝塚 茶々の心/野々すみ花". Nikkan Sports (in Japanese). Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.
  3. ^ Kyoraikawa, Nao (29 Dec 2015). "「あさが来た」 野々すみ花さんに聞く 【去来川奈央】". Announce Room: Relay Essay (in Japanese). NHK Kyoto. Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.
  4. ^ Nono, Sumika (10 Jul 2016). "おんなのしんぶん 米團治 粋な噺で行きましょう 文月のお客さま 野々すみ花さん" (in Japanese). Mainichi Shimbun. Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.
  5. ^ Kishi, Takako (2 May 2009). "自然が育んだ演技派の娘役、花組・野々すみ花". Asahi Shimbun Digital (in Japanese). Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.
  6. ^ Hiramatsu, Sumiko (2 Jul 2015). "【野々すみ花】音楽劇『ライムライト』の後はNHK朝ドラ…手帳に空白なし". Zakzak (in Japanese). Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.
  7. ^ Hirano, Yoshie (17 Jun 2015). "音楽劇『ライムライト』顔寄せレポート". GekiPia (in Japanese). Pia. Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.
  8. ^ "三宅弘城×野々すみ花、「ラヴ・レターズ」で激しく惹かれ合う男女に挑戦". Stage Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 13 May 2016. Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.
  9. ^ "坂本昌行×野々すみ花らがサローヤン「君が人生の時」、演出は宮田慶子". Stage Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 22 Nov 2016. Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.
  10. ^ "野々すみ花、三味線の師匠役で朝ドラ出演「スリルを楽しんで」". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Oricon. 8 Oct 2015. Retrieved 10 Oct 2016.
  11. ^ "関西ジャニーズJr.の目指せ♪ドリームステージ! - シネマトゥデイ" (in Japanese). Cinema Today. Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.
  12. ^ "青春アドベンチャー 雨にもまけず粗茶一服(全10回)" (in Japanese). NHK FM Broadcast. Retrieved 10 Dec 2016.

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