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Haruka Ayase

Haruka Ayase

Japanese actress and singer
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro Japanese actress and singer
Countries Japan
Occupations Actor Singer Teacher
A.K.A. Ayase Haruka
Gender female
Birth March 24, 1985 (Hiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture, Chūgoku region, Japan)
The details
Biography

Haruka Ayase (綾瀬 はるか, Ayase Haruka), real name Aya Tademaru (蓼丸 綾, Tademaru Aya), born March 24, 1985 in Asaminami, Hiroshima Prefecture is a Japanese actress and singer. She is also a former gravure idol. In 2000, she won the 25th HoriPro Talent Scout Caravan Grand Prix where she was given her stage name.

Biography

Career

On March 24, 2006 she released her first single, titled "Period" (ピリオド, Piriodo).

She had released two photo books: "Birth" in 2001 and "Heroine" in 2004.

She has published her photo books constantly, and recently, released the photo book "SEA STORIES Haruka Ayase" in 2015, when she was 30 years old. Also, the latest one is "BREATH" in 2017.

Filmography

Dramas

Year Drama Role Broadcasting company
2001 Kindaichi Shonen no Jikembo II SP Tomoko Ninomiya TBS
2001 Cosmo Angel (コスモ・エンジェル) Haruka Tokai TV
2002 Kaze no Bon kara Aki Sugimura NHK
2003 Hontō ni Atta Kowai Hanashi Misaki Onose Fuji TV
2003 Boku no Ikiru Michi Megumi Sugita Fuji TV
2003 Blackjack ni Yoroshiku Risako Tsubaki TBS
2003 Otoko Yu (男湯) Mina Matsuura Fuji TV
2003 Taikoki (太閤記) Shino Fuji TV
2004 Kōfuku no Ōji Mayu Mitsuishi NTV
2004 Hontō ni Atta Kowai Hanashi Chisato Nakamura Fuji TV
2004 Kyokugensuiri Colosseum Ami Shinozaki NTV
2004 Fuyuzora ni Tsuki wa Kagayaku Hanako Imamiya Fuji TV
2004 Sore wa, Totsuzen, Arashi no yō ni... Saho Makino TBS
2004 Socrates in Love Aki Hirose TBS
2004 Ai kurushii Michiru Majiba TBS
2005 Akai Unmei Naoko Shimazaki TBS
2006 Satomi Hakkenden Hamaji TBS
2006 Byakuyakō [Journey Under the Midnight Sun] Yukiho Karasawa TBS
2006 Hero SP Ririko Izumitani Fuji TV
2006 Tatta Hitotsu no Koi Nao Tsukioka NTV
2007 Hotaru no Hikari Hotaru Amemiya NTV
2008 Shikaotoko Aoniyoshi Michiko Fujiwara Fuji TV
2008 Rookies Kyoko Mikoshiba TBS
2009 Kurobe no Taiyō Sachie Takiyama TBS
2009 Mr. Brain Kazune Yuri TBS
2009 Jin Saki Tachibana TBS
2010 Hotaru no Hikari 2 Hotaru Amemiya NTV
2011 Jin 2 Saki Tachibana TBS
2011 Nankyoku Tairiku: Kami no Ryōiki ni Idomunda Otoko to Inu no Monogatari Miyuki TBS
2013 Yae no Sakura Niijima Yae NHK [1]
2014 Kyō wa Kaisha Yasumimasu. Hanae Aonishi NTV
2016 Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit Balsa NHK
2016 Never Let Me Go Kyoko Hoshina TBS

Films

Year Title Role
2002 Justice Hoshi
2004 Amemasu no Kawa Sayuri Takakura
2005 The Incredibles Violet Parr (Japanese dub)
2005 New Horizon Sayako
2005 Sengoku Jieitai 1549 Nohime
2006 Taberuki shinai Nao
2007 Hero Ririko Izumitani
2008 Cyborg She (also "My Girlfriend is A Cyborg") The Girlfriend
2008 Ichi Ichi [2]
2008 The Magic Hour Natsuko Shikama
2008 Happy Flight Etsuko Saitō
2009 Oppai Volleyball Mikako Terashima
2009 Rookies Kyoko Mikoshiba
2009 Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror Haruka (Voice)
2010 The Incite Mill Shoko Suwana
2011 Princess Toyotomi Tadako Torii
2012 Hotaru no Hikari Hotaru Amemiya
2012 Himitsu no Akko-chan Akko
2012 Anata e
2013 Riaru: Kanzen Naru Kubinagaryū no Hi Atsumi
2014 All-Round Appraiser Q: The Eyes of Mona Lisa
2015 Our Little Sister Sachi Kōda [3]
2015 Galaxy Turnpike
2016 Kōdai-ke no Hitobito Kie Hirano
2016 A Man Called Pirate Yuki
2017 Honnō-ji Hotel Mayuko
2018 Konya, Romance Gekijō de Miyuki

Discography

Singles

Year Single Chart position Album Total sales
2006 "Period" (ピリオド, Piriodo) 8   28,224
2006 "Kōsaten Days" (交差点days) 8   18,688
2007 "Hikōkigumo" (飛行機雲) 23   10,352
2010 "Māgaretto" (マーガレット) ?   ?

Awards

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2004 Socrates in Love Nikkan Sports Drama Awards: Best Supporting Actress 2
Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress Won
2006 Journey Under the Midnight Sun Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress Won
2007 - Elan d'or Awards: Newcomer of the Year Won
Hotaru no Hikari Nikkan Sports Drama Awards: Best Actress for Summer Won
2008 Cyborg She, Ichi, Happy Flight Nikkan Sports Film Award: Best Actress Won
2009 Jin The 18th Hashida Award: Best Newcomer Won
Oppai Volleyball The 52nd Blue Ribbon Awards: Best Actress Won
The 33rd Japan Academy Prize: Best Actress Nominated
2015 Kyō wa Kaisha Yasumimasu. Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix: Best Actress Won
Our Little Sister The 37th Yokohama Film Festival: Best Actress Won
2016 The 58th Blue Ribbon Awards: Best Actress Nominated
The 39th Japan Academy Prize: Best Actress Nominated
The 10th Asian Film Awards: Best Actress Nominated
Kōdai-ke no Hitobito The 41st Hochi Film Award: Best Actress Nominated
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