|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
Isao Hashizume (橋爪功, Hashizume Isao, born 17 September 1941) is a Japanese actor.
|1962||A Wanderer's Notebook||Student||Mikio Naruse|
|1969||A Thousand and One Nights||Aslan||Eiichi Yamamoto||Voice role|
|1983||Shōsetsu 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|
|Space Battleship Yamato||Heikurō Tōdō||Takashi Yamazaki|
|2011||I Wish||Hirokazu Koreeda|
|2013||The Eternal Zero||Genjirō Izaki||Takashi 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 Kawakami||Yoji Yamada|
|2016||What a Wonderful Family!||Shūzō Hirata||Yoji Yamada||Lead role|
|After the Storm||Hirokazu Koreeda|
|2017||What a Wonderful Family! 2||Shūzō Hirata||Yoji Yamada||Lead role|
|Hamon: Yakuza Boogie||Takao Koshimizu||Shōtarō Kobayashi|
|The Third Murder||Akihisa Shigemori||Hirokazu Koreeda|
|Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura||Takashi Yamazaki|
|What a Wonderful Family! 3||Shūzō Hirata||Yoji Yamada||Lead role|
|Usuke Boys||Usuke Asai||Yūji Kakizaki|
|2019||The Day's Organ||Kondō||Emiko Hiramatsu|
|Whistleblower||Kazuhiro Miyano||Katsuo 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 Oikawa||Yoji Yamada|
|Under the Open Sky||Miwa Nishikawa|
|1966||Minamoto no Yoshitsune||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1974–78||Taiyō ni Hoero!||NTV|
|1979||Kusa Moeru||Itō Sukekiyo||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1988||Takeda Shingen||Sanada Yukitaka||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1995||Aishiteiru to Itte Kure||Nobuyoshi Sakaki||TBS|
|Tokyo ni Olympic o Yonda Otoko||Kazushige Hirasawa||CX||TV movie|
|2016||Shizumanu Taiyō||Issei Ryuzaki||Wowow|
|2017||Leaders 2||Matazō Ishiyama||TBS|
|Fuku Kaze wa Aki||Yahei||Jidaigeki Senmon Channel||Lead role, TV movie|
|Cold Case Season 2||Wowow|
|2020||The Return||Jidaigeki Senmon Channel||TV movie|
|1990||13th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Supporting Actor||Nominated|
|1992||15th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Supporting Actor||Nominated|
|1997||20th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Actor||Nominated|
|2014||37th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Actor||Nominated|
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