Isao Hashizume

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Isao Hashizume
Born (1941-09-17) 17 September 1941 (age 79)
OccupationActor
Years active1961-present
Height1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
ChildrenRyō Hashizume

Isao Hashizume (橋爪功, Hashizume Isao, born 17 September 1941) is a Japanese actor. [1]

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Selected filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleDirectorNotes
1962 A Wanderer's Notebook Student Mikio Naruse
1969 A Thousand and One Nights Aslan Eiichi Yamamoto Voice role
1983Shōsetsu Yoshida Gakkō Takeo Fukuda Shirō Moritani
1985 Love Letter Counselor Tatsumi Kumashiro
1987 A Taxing Woman Juzo Itami
1990 Tales of a Golden Geisha Juzo Itami
1992 Future Memories: Last Christmas Yoshimitsu Morita
1993 Kozure Ōkami: Sono Chiisaki Te ni Akira Inoue
2005 Lorelei: The Witch of the Pacific Ocean Shinji Higuchi
2006 Tears for You Nobuhiro Doi
2010 Railways KuriharaYoshinari Nishikōri
Space Battleship Yamato Heikurō Tōdō Takashi Yamazaki
2011 I Wish Hirokazu Koreeda
2013 The Eternal Zero Genjirō IzakiTakashi Yamazaki
Tokyo Family Shūkichi Hirayama Yoji Yamada Lead role
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Prince Kuramochi Isao Takahata Voice role
2014 The Little House Yoji Yamada
2015 Haha to Kuraseba Professor KawakamiYoji Yamada
2016 What a Wonderful Family! Shūzō HirataYoji YamadaLead role
After the Storm Hirokazu Koreeda
2017 What a Wonderful Family! 2 Shūzō HirataYoji YamadaLead role
Hamon: Yakuza BoogieTakao KoshimizuShōtarō Kobayashi
The Third Murder Akihisa ShigemoriHirokazu Koreeda
Destiny: The Tale of KamakuraTakashi Yamazaki
2018JojoenMai Takano
What a Wonderful Family! 3 Shūzō HirataYoji YamadaLead role
Usuke BoysUsuke AsaiYūji Kakizaki
2019The Day's OrganKondōEmiko Hiramatsu
WhistleblowerKazuhiro MiyanoKatsuo Fukuzawa
The Great War of Archimedes Shigetarō Shimada Takashi Yamazaki
They Say Nothing Stays the Same Joe Odagiri
Tora-san, Wish You Were Here Kazuo OikawaYoji Yamada
2021Oshū-katsuHideyuki Katsuki
Under the Open Sky Miwa Nishikawa [2]

Television

YearTitleRoleNetworkNotes
1966 Minamoto no Yoshitsune NHK Taiga drama
1972 Key Hunter TBS
1974–78 Taiyō ni Hoero! NTV
1979 Kusa Moeru Itō SukekiyoNHKTaiga drama
1988 Takeda Shingen Sanada Yukitaka NHKTaiga drama
1995 Aishiteiru to Itte Kure Nobuyoshi SakakiTBS
2014LeadersMatazō IshiyamaTBS
Tokyo ni Olympic o Yonda OtokoKazushige Hirasawa CX TV movie
2016 Shizumanu Taiyō Issei Ryuzaki Wowow
2017Leaders 2Matazō IshiyamaTBS
HagokuNukui TX
Fuku Kaze wa AkiYaheiJidaigeki Senmon ChannelLead role, TV movie
2018 Manpuku Ryōzō MitamuraNHK Asadora
Cold Case Season 2Wowow
2020The ReturnJidaigeki Senmon ChannelTV movie

Awards

YearAwardCategoryResult
199013th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Supporting ActorNominated
199215th Japan Academy Film PrizeBest Supporting ActorNominated
199720th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Actor Nominated
2014 37th Japan Academy Film Prize Best ActorNominated

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References

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  2. "役所広司、西川美和監督と初タッグ! 仲野太賀、長澤まさみら共演「すばらしき世界」21年公開". eiga.com. Retrieved July 8, 2020.