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Shinobu Ōtake

Actress Shinobu Ōtake

Shinobu Ōtake (大竹しのぶ Ōtake Shinobu, Tokyo, July 17, 1957 -)[1] is a Japanese actress.

Profile Edit

  • Name: Shinobu Ōtake (大竹しのぶ Ōtake Shinobu)
  • Birth date: July 17, 1957
  • Birthplace: Tokyo, Japan

Partial filmographyEdit

Awards and NominationsEdit

  • 1976 Blue Ribbon Award: Won Best New Actress for The Gate of Youth (1975)
  • 1978 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for The Gate of Youth Part 2 (1977) and Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)
  • 1976 Kinema Junpo Awards: Won Best Supporting Actress for The Gate of Youth (1975)
  • 1978 Hochi Film Awards: Won Best Supporting Actress for The Incident (1978)
  • 1979 Japanese Academy Awards: Won Best Supporting Actress for Seishoku no ishibumi (1978)
  • 1979 Japanese Academy Awards: Won Best Actress for The Incident (1978)
  • 1979 Kinema Junpo Awards: Won Best Supporting Actress for The Incident (1978)
  • 1980 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Actress for Oh! The Nomugi Pass (1979)
  • 1985 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Mahjong Horoki (1984)
  • 1987 Blue Ribbon Awards : Won Best Supporting Actress for Beyond the Shining Sea (1986)
  • 1987 Hochi Film Awards: Won Best Actress for Eien no 1/2 (1987) and Seishun kakeochi-hen (1987)
  • 1987 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Beyond the Shining Sea (1986)
  • 1993 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Actress for Shinde mo ii (1992) and Nurses and Doctors (1992)
  • 1993 Kinema Junpo Awards: Won Best Actress for Shinde mo ii (1992) and Nurses and Doctors (1992)
  • 1993 Mainichi Film Concours: Won Kinuyo Tanaka Award
  • 1998 Nikkan Sports Film Awards: Won Best Actress for: Gakko III (1998)
  • 1999 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Actress for Gakko III (1998)
  • 2000 Japanese Academy Awards: Won Best Actress for Railroad Man (1999)
  • 2000 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Actress for Kuroi ie (1999)
  • 2000 Mainichi Film Concours: Won Best Actress for Ikitai (1999), Railroad Man (1999) and Kuroi ie (1999)
  • 2000 Yokohama Film Festival Won Best Actress for Kuroi ie (1999)
  • 2002 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Go (2001)
  • 2003 Moscow International Film Festival: Won Silver St. George Best Actress for Owl (2003)
  • 2004 Japanese Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Actress for Like Asura (2003)

BibliographyEdit

NotesEdit

  1. "大竹しのぶ" (in Japanese). Kinema Jumpo. Retrieved 2011-03-15.

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