|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Spouse(s)||Kumi Nakamura (1984–1995)|
Kaoru Kobayashi (小林 薫, Kobayashi Kaoru, born on September 4, 1951) is a Japanese actor born in Kyoto. He won the award for best actor at the 30th Yokohama Film Festival and the award for the best-supporting actor at the 8th Yokohama Film Festival for Sorobanzuku .
Kobayashi starred in Yoichi Sai's Quill .He also appeared in Yuya Ishii's The Great Passage .
|1977||Ballad of Orin|
|1979||18sai, umi e|
|1987||Twilight of the Cockroaches||Saito|
|1997||Princess Mononoke||Jiko-bō (voice)|
|1999||Himitsu||Heisuke Sugita||Leading role|
|The Black House|
|2006||The Blossoming of Kamiya Etsuko|
|Tales from Earthsea||The King (voice)|
|2007||Tokyo Tower: Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad|
|2010||Boys on the Run||Suzuki|
|A Crowd of Three|
|Sketches of Kaitan City|
|2013||The Great Passage||Araki|
|2015||Midnight Diner||The Master||Leading role|
|2016||Midnight Diner 2||The Master||Leading role|
|Fueled: The Man They Called Pirate||Jisaku Kōga|
|2017||Kiseki: Sobito of That Day||Morita|
|Lear on the Shore|
|Miracles of the Namiya General Store|
|2018||The Miracle of Crybaby Shottan||Fujita|
|2019||His Lost Name||Tetsurō|
|The Island of Cats|
|2020||Independence of Japan||Shigeru Yoshida|
|2021||We Made a Beautiful Bouquet||Hirotarō Yamane|
|1982||Tōge no Gunzō||Fuwa Kazuemon||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1992||The Last U-Boat||Tatsumi||NHK||TV movie|
|1996–2015||Naniwa Kin'yūdō||Sumio Kuwata||Fuji TV|
|2003–2006||Dr. Kotō Shinryōjo||Shoichi Hoshino||Fuji TV|
|2009–2014||Midnight Diner||The Master||TBS||Leading role|
|2015||The Emperor's Cook||Kaneichi Usami||TBS|
|Koinaka||Hirotoshi Serizawa||Fuji TV|
|2016||Botchan||Madonna's father||Fuji TV||Special appearance, TV movie|
|2016–2019||Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories||The Master||Netflix||Leading role|
|2017||Naotora: The Lady Warlord||Reverend Nankei||NHK||Taiga drama|
|Ties: A Miraculous Colt||Kayama||NHK||Miniseries|
|2018||Hagetaka||Ryōsuke Iijima||TV Asahi|
|2019||The Great White Tower||Mataichi Zaizen||TV Asahi||Miniseries|
|2021||Reach Beyond the Blue Sky||Shibusawa Ichirōemon||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1979||4th Hochi Film Award||Best New Artist||18sai, umi e||Won|
|1986||59th Kinema Junpo Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Sorekara||Won|
|9th Japan Academy Prize||Best Supporting Actor||Sorekara and Love Letter||Won|
|1987||8th Yokohama Film Festival||Best Supporting Actor||Sorobanzuku||Won|
|2000||23rd Japan Academy Prize||Best Actor||Himitsu and Coquille||Nominated|
|2008||31st Japan Academy Prize||Best Supporting Actor||Tokyo Tower: Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad||Won|
|2009||30th Yokohama Film Festival||Best Actor||Kyūka and Kanki no Uta||Won|
|2017||26th Japanese Movie Critics Awards||Best Actor||Midnight Diner 2||Won|
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