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Actress Mieko Harada

Mieko Harada (原田美枝子 or 原田三枝子 Harada Mieko, Tokyo, December 26, 1958 -)[1] is a Japanese actress.

Partial filmography[]

Awards and nominations[]

  • 1976 Hochi Film Awards: Won Best New Actress for: Lullaby of the Earth (1976) and The Youth Killer (1976)
  • 1977 Kinema Junpo Awards: Won Best Actress for: Lullaby of the Earth (1976) and The Youth Killer (1976)
  • 1978 Blue Ribbon Awards: Won Best New Actress for: Lullaby of the Earth (1976) and The Youth Killer (1976)
  • 1980 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated Best Supporting Actress for: Oh! The Nomugi Pass (1979) and Sono go no jingi naki tatakai (1979)
  • 1986 Hochi Film Awards: Won Best Supporting Actress for: House on Fire (1986), Bakumatsu seishun graffiti: Ronin Sakamoto Ryoma (1986) and Kokushi muso (1986)
  • 1987 Japanese Academy Awards: Won Best Supporting Actress for: House on Fire (1986), Kokushi muso (1986) and Purusian burū no shōzō (1986)
  • 1991 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated Best Supporting Actress for: Shikibu monogatari (1990), Dreams (1990) and Free and Easy II (1989)
  • 1996 Hochi Film Awards: Won Best Actress for: Village of Dreams (1996)
  • 1997 Blue Ribbon Awards: Won Best Actress for: Village of Dreams (1996)
  • 1997 Kinema Junpo Awards: Won Best Actress for: Village of Dreams (1996)
  • 1998 Hochi Film Awards: Won Best Actress for: Ai o kou hito (1998)
  • 1999 Blue Ribbon Awards: Won Best Actress for: Ai o kou hito (1998)
  • 1999 Japanese Academy Awards: Won Best Actress for: Ai o kou hito (1998)
  • 1999 Kinema Junpo Awards: Won Best Actress for: Ai o kou hito (1998)
  • 1999 Mainichi Film Concours Won Best Actress for: Ai o kou hito (1998)
  • 1999 Yokohama Film Festival Best Actress for: Ai o kou hito (1998)
  • 2001 Japanese Academy Awards: Won Best Supporting Actress for: After the Rain (1999)
  • 2001 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated Best Supporting Actress for: First Love (2000)
  • 2001 Mainichi Film Concours: Won Tanaka Kinuyo Award
  • 2003 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated Best Actress for: Out (2002)

Bibliography[]

Notes[]

  1. "原田美枝子" (in Japanese). Kinema Jumpo. Retrieved 2011-03-05.
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