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|Born||27 January 1960|
Takayama, Gifu, Japanese
|Education||Bunkyo University Women's College Division of Home Economics|
|Height||1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)|
Michiko Shimizu (清水 ミチコ, Shimizu Michiko, born 27 January 1960, in Takayama, Gifu) is a Japanese tarento, comedian, and actress. She is also an impressionist (monomane tarento).
Shimizu's real name is Michiko Sakata (坂田 美智子, Sakata Michiko, née Shimizu (清水)) She is represented with Jam House. Shimizu graduated from Takayama Nishi High School and Bunkyo University Women's College Division of Home Economics.
She is nicknamed Micchan (ミッちゃん) and Shimichiko (シミチコ). Shimizu's catchphrase is Rinjin wa Gei no koyashi (隣人は芸のこやし).
|Tokoro-san no Gakkōde wa Oshiete kurenai soko 'n Tokoro!||TV Tokyo|
|Mōsō Nihon Ryōri||NHK-G|
|Studio Park kara konnichiwa||Presenter of one of the daily specials|
|Meringue no Kimochi||NTV||Narration|
|Himitsu no Kenmin Show||Irregular appearances|
|Hitachi Sekai fushigi Hakken!||TBS||Quasi-regular contestant|
|Jōdan Gahō||Fuji TV||TV debut|
|1987||Waratte Iitomo!||Regular; left on maternity leave from April to September 1988|
|Waratte Iitomo! Zōkan-gō|
|Waratte Iitomo! Tokudai-gō|
|1988||Yume de Aetara|
|Quiz Derby||TBS||Guest panelist; appeared twice|
|Quiz Sekai wa Show by Shōbai!!||NTV|
|Wordsworth no Bōken||Fuji TV|
|Tensai terebi-kun Wide||NHK-E||Narikiri Singers Corner presenter|
|Akashiya Mansion Monogatari||Fuji TV|
|Akashiya Uken nen Monogatari|
|Shijō Saikyō no Mega Hit Karaoke Best 100: Kanpeki ni Utatte 1000 Man-en||TV Asahi|
|Super Chie Mon||TBS|
|Hapi furu!||Fuji TV|
|Hi 10 Engei Parade||MBS||Quasi-regular|
|TV o homeru YesTV||NotTV||Regular|
|1988||Manga de Yomu Makuranosōshi||NHK-G|
|1989||Manga de Yomu Koten|
|Heart ni Hi o tsukete!||Fuji TV|
|Sayonara Ri Kōran||Masako Atsumi|
|1990||Yonimo Kimyōna Monogatari: Saru no Te-sama||Shizu Ishikawa|
|1992||Yonimo Kimyōna Monogatari: Slow Motion|
|1996||Subarashiki Kazoku Ryokō|
|Iguana Girl||TV Asahi|
|2000||Okumanchōja to Kekkon suru Hōhō||NTV|
|Hamidashi Keiji Jōnetsu-kei||Yasuko Omori||TV Asahi|
|Beauty 7||NTV||Final episode|
|2002||Hagure Keiji Junjō-ha||Chiharu Toyama||TV Asahi|
|Wedding Planner: Sweet Delivery||Fuji TV|
|2003||Hostess Tantei Kikiippatsu||TBS|
|2005||Tiger & Dragon|
|Kiken na Aneki||Fuji TV|
|2006||Busu no Hitomi ni Koishiteru||KTV|
|Chibi Maruko-chan||Sumire Sakura||Fuji TV|
|2007||Joshi-ana Icchokusen!||TV Tokyo|
|2008||Mama no Kamisama||TBS|
|2009||Chinzan Kachō no Nanukakan||Woman at the window||TV Asahi|
|2010||Hagane no Onna||Mariko Fujima|
|2012||Kazoku Hakkei: Nanase, Telepathy Girl's Ballad||Kaneko Kannami||MBS|
|2013||Kodoku no Gourmet Season 3||Snack mama||TV Tokyo|
|2016||Sanada Maru||Asahi no kata||Taiga drama|
|Keiji Ittetsu: Inochigake de Sōsa ni Idomu Hannin yori Shinpai-seina Otoko||Kazumi Tange||TV Asahi|
|1988||Kimurake no Hitobito|
|1995||Hana Yori Dango|
|1996||O Higara mo yoku Goshūshōsama||Motomiya-sensei|
|2001||Minna no Ie||Mieko Aonuma|
|2006||The Uchōten Hotel||Hall announcer|
|Otoko wa Sore o Gamandekinai|
|2011||Railways: Ai o Tsutae rarenai Otona-tachi e|
|2015||When the Curtain Rises||Saori's mother|
|2018||Life in Overtime|
|1991||Chibi Maruko-chan||Momoe Yamaguchi||Fuji TV|
|1999||South Park||Barbra Streisand|
|2007||Surf's Up||Edna Maverick|
|Fumio Takada no Radio Beverly Hiruzu||NBS|
|1999||Onegai! DJ! Katsuya to Micchan happyi Weekend||NBS|
|2004||Michiko Shimizu no Nichiyō wa Mane yo|
|Hikaru Ijūin: Nichiyōbi no Himitsu Kichi||TBS Radio||Occasional appearances as "Nichiyō Seminar" lecturer|
|2005||Making Sense||J-Wave||Co-starring with Kōki Mitani|
|Michiko Shimizu no Micchan Impossible||NBS|
|Kobayashi Pharmaceutical Toilet Migakīna|
|P&G Nyūnanzai Lenoir||As the voice of Kaori; Co-starring with You and Nene Otsuka|
|Ichibiki Kondate iroiro Miso|
|Tsūhan Seikatsu Catalog House advert|
|Yamadai New Touch||Radio advert|
|1987||Shiawase no Kocchō|
|1988||Easy Japanese: Michiko Shimizu no Akarui Nihongo Kōza|
|1989||Shiawase no kodama|
|1992||Ame to Muchi|
|2005||Uta no Album|
|2012||Michiko Shimizu Monogatari|
|2014||Shumi no Engei|
|1988||"Konna Watashide yokattara"|
|"Fuyu no Hotel"|
|1992||"Gekkan Myōjō Medley: Shibui-hen"|
|1994||"Ai shita Hito wa Batsuichi"|
|2007||"Hotto tto tto na: Mai ni chi"|
|1989||Shiawase no Kotchō: Visual|
|1991||miss Voices: Kore Honbandesu ka?|
|2008||Live! Michiko Shimizu no Otanoshimi-kai: Lip Service|
|2011||Live! Michiko Shimizu no Otanoshimi-kai: Batta mon|
|2013||Watashi to iu Tanin|
|1992||Yomu ga ī wa|
|1994||Zatsunen Joō: TV Nikki wa Yume Nikki|
|1995||Michiko Shimizu no Kao Mane Juku: Vow Special Edition|
|2003||Michiko Shimizu no: Kore Dare'!?|
|2006||Watashi no 10-nen Nikki|
|2013||Shufu to Engei|
|2011||Tatetsuku Futari||Co-written with Kōki Mitani|
|Nise Fūfumanzai: Warai Hito-kin 23-nen Shinrai no Radio Beverly Hiruzu||Co-written with Fumio Takada|
|TV Bros "Watashi no TV Nikki"|
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