|Born||25 December 1939|
|Died||11 May 2013 73) (aged|
Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
Isao Natsuyagi (夏八木 勲, Natsuyagi Isao, 25 December 1939 – 11 May 2013) was a Japanese film actor. He appeared in more than 100 films from 1963 to 2013.
In 1960, Natsuyagi began attending the Bungakuza actors school while attending Keio University.He eventually left Keio before graduating and entered the Haiyuza actors school. After graduating in 1966, he joined the Toei studio and made his film debut with Hone made shaburu. His first starring role was in Hideo Gosha's Kiba Ōkaminosuke (1966).
|1963||Jûsan-nin no shikaku||Uncredited|
|1967||Samurai Wolf II||Kiba Ôkaminosuke|
|Eleven Samurai||Senroku Hayato||Leading role, Uncredited|
|Âa dôki no sakura||Second Sublieutenant Nanjô|
|1968||Shinobi no manji||Shinoshu Toma|
|Shin irezumi muzan tekka no jingi|
|Heitai yakuza godatsu|
|1970||Kaze no tengu|
|1971||Shadow of Deception||Hase, reporter|
|Yakuza deka: Oretachi ni haka wa nai|
|The Wolves||Tetsunosuke Sakaki|
|1972||Under the Flag of the Rising Sun|
|Female Convict 701: Scorpion||Tsugio Sugimi|
|Mushukunin mikogami no jôkichi: Tasogare ni senko ga tonda|
|1974||Battles Without Honor and Humanity: Police Tactics||Hiroshi Nakamoto|
|Hissatsu shikakenin: Shunsetsu shikake bari||Katsushirô|
|Lubang tô no kiseki: Rikugun Nakano gakkô|
|Mutsugorô no kekkonki|
|1975||Kobe Kokusai Gang||Yutaka Nakao|
|1976||Kozure satsujin ken|
|Hiroshima jingi: Hitojichi dakkai sakusen||Takemori|
|Piranha-gundan: Daboshatsu no ten||Kinzo|
|Proof of the Man||Takashi Niimi|
|1978||Shogun's Samurai||Shōzaemon Bekki|
|Fuyu no hana||Michio Tachibana|
|Never Give Up||Detective Kitano|
|Yorû gaku zuretâ|
|1979||Akuma ga kitarite fue o fuku||Lt. Todoroki|
|Hakuchyu no shikaku||Shichiro Tsuruoka|
|Ôgon no inu||Yukichi Nagayama|
|Hunter in the Dark||Sharaku|
|Kindaichi Kosuke no boken||Kouichi Sumida|
|G.I. Samurai||Nagao Kagetora|
|Shogun's Ninja||Hattori Hanzo|
|1982||Kaseki no kouya||Katsuaki Nakaomi|
|1983||Ushimitsu no mura||Yuzo Akagi|
|Nogare no machi||Detective Kuroki|
|Fireflies in the North||Kakumu|
|Ansatsu shirei||Nakatsugawa Shumei|
|Kiken na onnatachi|
|Rikon shinai onna||Seisaku Yamakawa|
|Bokuno onna ni teodasuna||Michio Tsuyama|
|1987||Tokyo Blackout||Eiji Sakuma|
|1988||Tokugawa no Jotei: Ôoku||Kiyoshige Nakano|
|1990||Rimeinzu: Utsukushiki yuusha-tachi||Asakichi|
|Gekido no 1750 nichi|
|Heaven and Earth||Yamamoto Kansuke|
|Shin gokudo no onna-tachi||Takahito Sumiya|
|1992||Shura no densetsu||Yasuhiro Shibayama|
|1994||Don o totta otoko|
|1996||Kindaichi shonen no jikenbo|
|1998||Ginga tetsudô Three-Nine: Eternal Fantasy||Narration|
|Tsuribaka Nisshi 10||Kosaku Iwashita|
|1999||Niji no misaki||Sannosuke Mori, Shoko's husband|
|2000||Shin otokogi: Kanketsu-hen|
|2001||Desert Moon||Tsuyoshi's father|
|Warm Water Under a Red Bridge||Masayuki Uomi|
|2002||Hi wa mata noboru||Takeda (President of Nippon Victor)|
|Sensen fukoku||Moriyoshi Segawa|
|Hitokiri Ginji||Ginji Sonezaki (2003)|
|2005||Mata no Hi no Chika|
|Limit of Love: Umizaru||Kotaro Katsuta|
|2008||Shin atsui kabe|
|2009||Tsurugidake: Ten no ki|
|Katen no shiro||Tonami Sebe|
|2010||Rosuto kuraimu: Senkô||Kôzô ogata|
|2011||Andalucia: Revenge of the Goddess||Seijuro Murakami|
|Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari kouenmae hashutsujo the Movie: Kachidokibashi o heisa seyo!|
|My Way||Tatsuo's grandfather||South Korean film|
|2012||Land of Hope||Yasuhiko ono||Leading role|
|Emperor||Teizaburō Sekiya||American film|
|Himawari to koinu no 7-kakan||Takao Nagatomo, farmer, Himawari's first owner|
|Nobô no shiro|
|Like Father, Like Son||Ryosuke Nonomiya|
|Present for You||Boss|
|The Eternal Zero||Old Kenichiro|
|2014||Haru wo seotte|
|2015||Soman kokkyô 15 sai no natsu||(final film role)|
|1968||Ryōma ga Yuku||Nagaoka Kenkichi, Kiyooka michinosuke||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1970-1976||Ōedo Sōsamō||TV Tokyo|
|1973||Shinsho Taikōki||Yamanaka Shikanosuke||NET|
|1974||Hatoko no umi||Hino Arimitsu||NHK||Asadora|
|1977||Kashin||Sakamoto Ryōma||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1985||Sanada Taiheiki||Tsubuya Matagoro||NHK|
|1994||Hana no Ran||Hino Arimitsu||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1995||The Kindaichi Case Files||Kazuma Kurosawa||NTV||Episode 3|
|1997||Mōri Motonari||Sue Okifusa||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1998||Nemureru Mori||Naomi Itō||Fuji TV|
|Oda Nobunaga: Tenka wo Totta Baka||Oda Nobuhide||TBS||Special appearance, TV movie|
|2000||Aoi Tokugawa Sandai||Shima Sakon||NHK||Taiga drama|
|2003||Musashi||Hosokawa Tadaoki||NHK||Taiga drama|
|2005||Fugo Keiji||Kikuemon Kambe||TV Asahi|
|2010||Last Money: Ai no Nedan||Toshirō Mizutani||NHK|
|Ryōmaden||Matsudaira Shungaku||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1996||Young Kindaichi Case File:|
The Opera House - A New Murder
|金田一少年の事件 ・ 簿オペラ座館 ・ 新たなる殺人||Isamu Kenmochi||Film|
|1997|| Young Kindaichi Case Files:|
The Opera House Murder Case (File 3)
|金田一少年の事件簿「オペラ座間殺人事件」ファイル3||School's teacher (guest app.)||TV Series|
|1998||Galaxy Express 999: Eternal Fantasy||銀河鉄道999 ・ エターナル ・ ファンタジー||Narrator||Film|
|1979||2nd Japan Academy Prize||Best Supporting Actor||Never Give Up , Winter Flower||Nominated|
|1980||3rd Japan Academy Prize||Best Supporting Actor||G.I. Samurai , Hunter in the Dark, The Golden Dog||Nominated|
|2012||67th Mainichi Film Award||Best Actor||Land of Hope||Won|
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