Mieko Harada

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Mieko Harada
Born (1958-12-26) 26 December 1958 (age 62)
Occupation Actress
Years active1974–present
Spouse(s) Ryo Ishibashi (1987–present)
Children Shizuka Ishibashi

Mieko Harada (原田 美枝子, Harada Mieko, born 26 December 1958) is a Japanese actress from Tokyo. She has played various roles in many motion pictures, television shows and television dramas since her debut in 1974.

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Career

Harada most notably portrayed Lady Kaede in Akira Kurosawa's 1985 film Ran , and further collaborated with him in his 1990 film Dreams . Harada also provided the voice for Kaguya in the 2002 anime film InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass .[ citation needed ]

Harada won the award for best actress at the 21st Hochi Film Award for Village of Dreams [1] and at the 23rd Hochi Film Award for Begging for Love . [2]

Personal life

Harada has been married to actor and singer Ryo Ishibashi since 1987 and has three children.[ citation needed ]

Filmography

Film

Television

Awards

YearAwardCategoryWork(s)Result
197719th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Newcomer Lullaby of the Earth , The Youth KillerWon
50th Kinema Junpo Awards Best Actress Won
1st Elan d'or Awards Newcomer of the Year HerselfWon
19803rd Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting Actress Nomugi Pass , Sono go no jingi naki tatakaiNominated
198611th Hochi Film Award Best Supporting Actress House on Fire Won
198710th Japan Academy PrizeBest Supporting ActressWon
199114th Japan Academy PrizeBest Supporting Actress Dreams , Tsuribaka Nisshi 2 , Mt. Aso's PassionsNominated
199621st Hochi Film Award Best Actress Village of Dreams Won
199770th Kinema Junpo AwardsBest ActressWon
39th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Actress Won
6th Japanese Movie Critics Awards Best ActressWon
199823rd Hochi Film AwardBest Actress Begging for Love Won
199953rd Mainichi Film Awards Best Actress Won
22nd Japan Academy Prize Best Actress Won
72nd Kinema Junpo AwardsBest ActressWon
20th Yokohama Film Festival Best ActressWon
41st Blue Ribbon Awards Best ActressWon
8th Tokyo Sports Film Award Best Actress Won
2001 24th Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting Actress After the Rain Won
Best Supporting Actress First Love Nominated
55th Mainichi Film AwardsKinuyo Tanaka AwardHerselfWon
2003 26th Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting Actress Out Nominated

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