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Nagasawa Masami Biografi

Written By Aris Setiawan on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 | 8:37 AM


Name : 長澤まさみ (ながさわ まさみ)
Name (romaji) : Nagasawa Masami
Nickname : Machan ,Massan, Gassawa, Matan
Profession : Actress
Birth : 1987 / June / 03
Birthplace : Iwata, Shizuoka Prefecture
Height : 168cm
Weight : 43kg
Star sign : Gemini
Blood type : A
Graduated from Horikoshi High School
Family : Father(Nagasawa Kazuaki),Mother,1 Oldest Brother
Favorite Artist : YUI,BUMP OF CHICKEN,Ozaki Yutaka,RADWIMPS,Sukima Switch,Cocco
Favorite Actors/Actress : Matsu Takako
Favorite Movie : Joze to Tora to Sakanatachi Link

Talent agency : TOHO Entertainment

Official Web Site : TOHO-ENT

Fan Letter : "Nagasawa Masami" Toho Entertainment Inc.
〒100-0006 1-5-2 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo , JAPAN

In 2000, she auditioned in the 5th (Year 2000) Toho "Cinderella" Contest at the age of 12, and emerged as the youngest winner ever out of a total contestant pool of 35,153 individuals. This marked the beginning of her career in the entertainment industry. She made her debut in the movie, Crossfire, released in the same year. In the following year, she appear to have commented, "I did wonder if it's true that becoming a "Cinderella" mean that I will immediately become a famous actress". Afterwards, she became a professional model for the popular teen magazine, Peach Lemon.

In 2002, her appearance in the Nabisco CM earned her the title of "The Pretty Girl from the Nabisco CM" in magazines and TV shows, as her name was not yet well-known at the time.

In 2003, she had her very first leading role in the movie, Robokon. This is a movie about a high school girl who reluctantly participates in the National Robot Contest for High School Students. Masami was awarded the Best Newcomer prize in the 27th Japanese Academy Awards for her excellent performance in this movie. Later, she commented that it was this movie that first brought out her acting skills, and that it remains one of her favourite works to this day.

She co-starred with Chihiro Otsuka, the Judges' Special Award winner from the 5th Toho "Cinderella" Contest, in the 27th movie of the Godzilla Series, Godzilla: Tokyo SOS in 2003 and the last movie of the series Godzilla: Final Wars in 2004. The two actresses also sang the track, The Song of Mothra, which was later released as part of the Godzilla: Tokyo SOS sound track CD.

In 2004, Masami starred as the heroine of the story, a teenage girl who died of leukemia, in the big hit movie, Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World. The movie was a box office hit in Japan, earning 8.5 billion Yen in total. It was in this movie that she decided to shave off all her hair to accommodate her role as a leukemia patient. Her outstanding performance in this movie gave her recognition as an actress and earned her numerous awards including the Best Supporting Actress Prize (the youngest ever) in the 28th Japanese Academy Awards. She would then be nominated for Best Actress at the "30th Japanese Academy Awards" for her performance in "Nada Sōsō".

Since then, she has also starred in other movies and has also been actively involved in dramas and other TV shows. In 2005, she starred as a student along with several others in the all popular high school inspiration drama, Dragon Zakura. Then in 2006, she starred as a female ninja in her first NHK Taiga Drama, Komyo ga Tsuji, which was immediately followed by her appearance as the female protagonist in the drama remake of the 1981 big hit movie, Sailor Fuku to Kikanjuu (starring Hiroko Yakushimaru). Her first single was subsequently released under the name Hoshi Izumi, the name of the female protagonist from Sailor Fuku to Kikanjuu.

In April 2007, she co-starred with Tomohisa Yamashita for the second time in the fantasy love comedy, Proposal Daisakusen (first time was in Dragon Zakura). The show enjoyed high ratings and the cast also swept the Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix Awards for Spring of 2007, winning in all 5 categories: Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Drama.

She also spent nearly one month in India filming for her latest SP drama, Butterfly Stroke in Ganges River, based on Takano Teruko's original travel biography.

A special episode of Proposal Daisakusen was announced for spring of 2008. The vague ending caused viewers to ask for the rest of the story and so a two-hour special began filming in late January 2008. The story continues where the last episode left off and will feature the wedding ceremony of their friends in Hawaii. It aired on March 25, 2008 and featured a kiss scene between Tomohisa Yamashita and her.

In April 2008, she starred in the Fuji TV drama, "Last Friends" with Juri Ueno, Eita and Ryo Nishikido. The shows deals with issues like domestic violence and sexual identity. It aired on Thursday at 10:00 pm and enjoyed high viewership ratings with a special episode aired a week after the last episode, titled, "Mou Hitotsu no Last Friends."

She starred in the remake of Akira Kurosawa's 1958 film "The Hidden Fortress" with Jun Matsumoto and Abe Hiroshi. She played the role of the princess and it was released in theaters on May 10, 2008.

In June 2008, it was announced that she will play one of the major characters in the 2009 NHK Taiga drama, "Tenchijin". The lead is played by "Nada Sousou" co-star, Satoshi Tsumabuki. It started airing in January 2009.

She was also cast as the lead in the first episode of the drama special, "Fujiko F. Fujio no Parallel Space." The episode, "Nebumi Camera" aired on October 31, 2008 at midnight on WOWOW channel.

She was chosen to star in a move called "Gunjo," based on a novel by Ayako Miyagi and directed by Yosuke Nakagawa. It is the second Japanese movie produced by 20th Century Fox. Filming finished on August 5, 2008 and includes her first actual love scene. It will be released in Spring 2009, although Fox aims to have it premier at the Berlin International Film Festival in February.

The popular drama series, "Galileo" aired a special episode that included her in the cast where she played a student lab assistant. Entitled, [["Galileo: Episode Zero," it aired the same day as the flm was released and received a rating of 20.8% In another drama special, "Souka, Mou Kimi wa Inai no Ka," she played the young version of Saburo Shiroyama's wife. It aired on January 12, 2009 on TBS

She and Odagiri Joe starred in the TBS drama, "Boku no Imoto". They played siblings. 

On October 20, 2009, Nagasawa will start in a movie titled, "Magare! Spoon" (English title: "Go Find a Psychic!"). It will premiere at the Tokyo International Film Festival. In the film, she plays a clumsy assistant director of a TV show about the paranormal, unaware that the cafe she is stranded at on Christmas Eve is the location for an annual gathering of men with psychic powers. 

To celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2010, Fuji TV announced a major television drama special entitled "Wagaya no Rekishi." The story takes place between 1945 and 1964, chronicling the lives of the seven members of the fictional Yame family. Nagasawa is among the cast members. The drama will air on three consecutive nights during spring 2010.

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