Yū Fujiki

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Yu Fujiki
Yū Fujiki.jpg
Fujiki in 1956
Born
Yūzō Suzuki[1]

March 2, 1931
Died19 December 2005(2005-12-19) (aged 74)[1]
Tokyo, Japan
OccupationActor
Years active1954-2005
Height180 cm (5 ft 11 in)
SpouseAkiko Fujiki[1]

Yū Fujiki (藤木 悠, Fujiki Yū, 2 March 1931 - 19 December 2005), born Yūzō Suzuki (鈴木 悠蔵, Suzuki Yūzō),[1] was a Japanese film and television actor. He appeared in more than 100 films from 1954 to 2005.

Career[edit]

Born in Tokyo, Fujiki graduated from Doshisha University and joined the Toho studio in 1954.[2] He began by playing straight male leads, but later shifted to more comical roles, especially in combination with Tadao Takashima.[2] He left the studio in 1974 and found success on television in such series as G-Men '75.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1954 Saraba Rabauru
Mako osorubeshi
Doyoubi no tenshi
Yurei Otoko
1955 Dansei No. 1 Ichiro Shimamura
Izumi e no michi
Otoko arite Hiroshi Ônishi
Samurai II: Duel at Ichijoji Temple Denshichiro Yoshioka
Geisha Konatsu: Hitori neru yo no Konatsu Yamada
Ai no rekishi Akihiko Ôhira
1956 Rangiku monogatari
Kuro-obi sangokushi Kotetsu
Furyô shônen Shûzô Ukita
Nemuri Kyôshirô burai hikae
1957 Throne of Blood Washizu samurai
Hoshizora no machi
Taian kichijitsu
Kono futari ni sachi are
Zoku Sazae-san Norio
Salaryman shusse taikôki Kunihiro
Koto no tsume
The Lower Depths Unokichi
Daigaku no samurai tachi Okabe
Ippon-gatana dohyô iri Nekichi
Zokuzoku Ôban: Dotô hen Shop Employee
Sazae-san no seishun Norio
1958 Kusabuê no okâ
Yajikata dôchû sugoroku
Anzukko Okada
Kekkon no subete
Kigeki ekimae ryokan
Doji o numana
Furanki no sannin mae
Kami no taisho
Jinsei gekijô - Seishun hen
The Hidden Fortress Barrier guard
1959 Kodama wa yonde iru Ken'ichi HIrasawa
Aisaiki
Songokû
Sarariman shussetai koki daiyonbu Kato
Shin santô jûyaku Hikotarô Takeda
The Three Treasures Okabi
Sarariman jikkai
Kashima ari
1960 Samurai to oneechan Ryôichi Kageyama
When a Woman Ascends the Stairs Matsui (Miyuki's husband)
Yama no kanata ni - Dai ichi-bu: Ringo no hoo: Dai ni-bu: Sakana no seppun Yamazaki
Hito mo arukeba Kogoro Kindaichi
Kunisada Chûji Gentetsu Shimizu
Shin santô jûyaku: Ataru mo hakke no maki Tadao Minagawa
Shin santo juyaku: teishu kyo iku no maki
Happyaku-ya oshichi
Shin jôdaigaku
Gametsui yatsu
Sararîman Chûshingura Akagaki
1961 Ôsaka-jô monogatari Danuemon Hanawa
Shusse kôsu ni shinro o tore
Zoku sararîman Chûshingura Akagaki
Honkon no yoru
Toiretto shacho
Toilet buchô Ôba
The End of Summer Maruyama Rokutarou
Futari no musuko
Ganba
1962 Salary man Shimizu minato Ôiwa
Zoku sararîman shimizu minato
Long Way to Okinawa
Josei jishin Isaburô Ishimoto
Nihon ichi no wakadaishô
Star of Hong Kong Ôtsuka
King Kong vs. Godzilla Kinsaburo Furue
Chūshingura: Hana no Maki, Yuki no Maki Tadashichi Takebayashi
1963 Onna ni tsuyoku naru kufû no kazukazu Kinsaku Sano
Nippon jitsuwa jidai
Kawachi udoki-Oiroke hanjoki
Hawai no wakadaishô
Ringo no hana saku machi Toshiyuki Sawada
Norainu sakusen
Oneechan sandai-ki Kusakari
Atragon Yoshito Nishibe
Honolulu, Tokio, Hong Kong Policeman
1964 Yearning Mr. Nomizo, employee at rival supermarket of Morita's
Mothra vs. Godzilla Jiro Nakamura
Hadaka no jûyaku
Chi to daiyamondo
Horafuki taikôki Toshiie Maeda
Danchi: Nanatsu no taizai 6th Sin & 7th Sin-Toshio Aono
Hana no oedo no musekinin
1965 Tameki no taisho
Senjo ni nagareru uta
Honkon no shiroibara A chinese inspector
1966 Musekinin Shimizu Minato
Onna no naka ni iru tanin
Kureji da yo: kisôtengai Takebayashi
Tenamonya Tôkaidô
Jinchoge Nomura
Neko no kyujitsu
Kore ga seishun da! Nakagawa
1967 Râkugoyarô-Daibakushô Chuya Maruhashi
Kureji ogon sakusen
Take-chan shacho: Seishun de tsukkare!
Japan's Longest Day Colonel Seike - Military Aide to the Emperor
Tenamonya yurei dochu Hyobe Kuroiwa
Dekkai taiyô
Scattered Clouds Ishikawa, Ayako's husband [3]
Moero! Taiyô
1968 Kawachi fûten zoku Sanjirô
Isoroku Staff Officer Fujii
Moero! Seishun Shôjirô Arikawa
Kûsô tengoku Kuroda
1969 Go! Go! Wakadaishô Kyoza Yokozawa
Furesshuman wakadaishô
Konto 55go: Jinrui no daijakuten
Nippon ichi no danzetsu otoko Kishii
Mito Kômon man'yûki Yadayû Ôno
Musume zakari Yûzô Sagawa
1970 Space Amoeba Promotion Division Manager
Ore no sora da ze! Wakadaishô
Batsugun joshikôsei: 16 sai wa kanjichau Akahori
Batsugun joshikôsei: Sotto shitoite 16 sai
1971 Nishi no petenshi Higashi no sagishi Uchida
1973 Yubi-kun: Sarariman jingi
1974 Isoge! Wakamono Hirata
1975 Ganbare! Wakadaishô
1976 Gekitotsu! Wakadaishô
1977 Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari kôen mae hashutsujo
1981 Kaettekita wakadaishô
Station Ichiro Mikami
Chikagoro naze ka Charusuton
Sukkari... sono ki de!
1982 The Highest Honor Uncredited
1983 Jidai-ya no nyobo Tonkichi no Oyaji
Daburu beddo Man in TV drama
1984 F2 grand prix
1985 Jidai-ya no nyobo 2 Master of Tonkichi
1986 Uemura Naomi monogatari Mitsuo Ogawa
1987 Ore wa otokoda! kanketsu-hen
1991 Dai yûkai President of Wakayama Broadcasting
1996 Black Jack 2: Pinoko ai shiteru Dr. Kani
2001 Satorare
2003 Nain souruzu Restaurant Owner
2005 Kita no zeronen Kamejiro Nakano (final film role)

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1969 Ten to Chi to Kakizaki Kageie Taiga drama
1973 Bardie Daisakusen
1974-1975 Ultraman Leo Seiji Omura 51 episodes
1975-1979 G-Men '75 Hachibe Yamada
1991 Taiheiki Uesugi Norifusa Taiga drama
1994 Hana no Ran Nijō Mochimichi Taiga drama

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "ドラマ「Gメン75」などで活躍した藤木悠さん死去". ZAKZAK. 2005-12-20. Archived from the original on 2013-11-13. Retrieved 2013-11-13.
  2. ^ a b c "Fujiki Yū". Geinō jinbutsu jiten: Meiji–Heisei (in Japanese). Nichigai Associates. Retrieved 10 February 2015.
  3. ^ "乱れ雲". eiga.com. Retrieved March 13, 2021.

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