|Born||8 December 1970|
(m. 1995;div. 2003)
Emi Wakui (和久井 映見, Wakui Emi, born 8 December 1970 in Yokohama) is a Japanese actress. She has won three Japanese Academy Awards: the 1994 Best Actress award for her performance in Rainbow Bridge (Niji no Hashi), and the 1992 awards for Best Supporting Actress and Best Newcomer for her performance as Seiko Kawashima in My Sons .
|1989||Beppin no Machi||Takahito Hara|
|1990||Boku to, bokura no natsu||Yutaka Kohira||Lead role|
|1991||No Worries on the Recruit Front||Shusuke Kaneko|
|My Sons||Seiko Kawashima||Yoji Yamada|
|1992||Angel: Boku no Uta wa Kimi no Uta||Kaori Amano||Takayoshi Watanabe||Lead role|
|1993||Rainbow Bridge||Chiyo||Zenzo Matsuyama||Lead role|
|1995||Birthday Present||Michio Mitsuno||Lead role|
|2004||Tange Sazen: Hyakuman Ryo no Tsubo||Toyoshi Tsuda|
|The Taste of Tea||Katsuhito Ishii|
|School Wars: Hero||Ikuo Sekimoto|
|2006||Sinking of Japan||Shinji Higuchi|
|Tsubakiyama's Send Back||Keita Kōno|
|Say Hello for Me||Yūichirō Hirakawa|
|2009||Feel the Wind||Sumio Ōmori|
|2010||The Lady Shogun and Her Men||Fuminori Kaneko|
|2011||Princess Toyotomi||Masayuki Suzuki|
|2014||In the Hero||Masaharu Take|
|2018||My Retirement, My Life||Nozomi Fujisawa||Takeo Kikuchi|
|I Want to Eat Your Pancreas||Sakura's mother (voice)||Shin'ichirō Ushijima|
|2019||Strawberry Song||Kōta's mother||Shintarō Sugawara|
|2020||Our Story||Yuriko Chitani||Shigeaki Kubo|
|2021||The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window||Noriko Mikado||Yukihiro Morigaki|
|1988||Hana no Asuka-gumi!||Fuji TV|
|1994||Natsuko no Sake||Natsuko Saeki||Fuji TV||Lead role|
|Tokyo Cinderella Story||Yukiko Matsui||Fuji TV||Lead role|
|1996||Pure||Yuka Orihara||Fuji TV||Lead role|
|1997||Virgin Road||Kazumi Sakurai||Fuji TV||Lead role|
|1998||A Woman Striking a Blow||Kaoru Yoshimura||Fuji TV||Lead role|
|2002||Dakishimetai||Mikiko Sawada||NHK||Lead role, TV movie|
|2006||Kōmyō ga Tsuji||Nōhime||NHK||Taiga drama|
|2009||Fumō Chitai||Yoshiko Iki||Fuji TV|
|2010||Wagaya no Rekishi||Machiko Hasegawa||Fuji TV||Mini-series|
|2012||Taira no Kiyomori||Ikenozenni||NHK||Taiga drama|
|2015||The Last Cop||Kanako Suzuki||NTV|
|The Emperor's Cook||Empress Teimei||TBS|
|2020||Our Sister's Soulmate||Takako Yoshioka||Fuji TV|
|2021||Reach Beyond the Blue Sky||Shibusawa Ei||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1991||4th Nikkan Sports Film Awards||Best Supporting Actress||My Sons and No Worries on the Recruit Front||Won|
|1992||15th Japan Academy Film Prize||Newcomer of the Year||Won|
|Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|13th Yokohama Film Festival||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|65th Kinema Junpo Awards||Best Supporting Actress||My Sons||Won|
|16th Elan d'or Awards||Newcomer of the Year||Herself||Won|
|1994||17th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Actress||Rainbow Bridge||Won|
|2008||1st Tokyo Drama Award||Best Supporting Actress||Chiritotechin||Won|
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