Hikari Mitsushima ( is a Japanese actress and 満島 ひかり , Mitsushima Hikari, born 30 November 1985) singer.
She began her music career in 1997 as a teenage
idol singer in the J-pop groups Folder and Folder 5. Although she made her acting debut in 1997 with , she did not start acting regularly until 2005. She appeared in Rebirth of Mothra II manga-based thriller film (2006) and the well-received drama Death Note (2008), directed by Love Exposure Sion Sono. Her performance in the latter brought her critical attention and won her several awards. Since then she has had starring roles in Kakera: A Piece of Our Life (2009) and (2010), written and directed by Yuya Ishii, whom she subsequently married in late 2010. They divorced in 2016. Sawako Decides (1997) Rebirth of Mothra II Death Note (2006) (2006) Death Note 2: The Last Name (2007) Exte: Hair Extensions Drop in Ghost (2007) (2008) Shaolin Girl (2009) Pride Love Exposure (2009) – Yōko (2009) Be Sure to Share The Wonderful World of Captain Kuhio (2009) Rinco's Restaurant (2010) Kakera: A Piece of Our Life (2010) Sawako Decides (2010) Villain (2010) (2011) Tormented (2011) Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai Smuggler (2011) A Chorus of Angels (2012) The End of Summer (2013) Hello! Junichi (2014) (2015) – Ogin Kakekomi Onna to Kakedashi Otoko (2016) – Karina (voice) One Piece Film: Gold Traces of Sin (2017) – Mitsuko Umibe no Sei to Shi (2017) – Miho Shimao Mary and the Witch's Flower (2017) – Red-haired Witch (voice) (2005) Ultraman Max Dandori Musume (2006) Beni no monshō (2006) Burokkorii (2007) Kaette kita jikō keisatsu (2007) Kamen Rider Den-O (2007) Kekkon sagishi (2007) Shakin Kanojo (2008) Hitomi (2008) MAKE THE LAST WISH (2008) Uramiya honpo reboot (2009) IRIS (2009) - (Dubbed for Kim So-yeon) (2010) Bloody Monday Tsuki no Koibito ~Moon Lovers~ (2010) Moteki (2010) Dazai Osamu tanpen shōsetsu shū 3 (2010) Sayonara Bokutachi no Youchien (2011) (2011) Ohisama Soredemo, Ikite yuku (2011) Kaitakushatachi (2012) Woman (2013) Wakamono Tachi (2014) Gomen ne Seishun! (2014) Dokonjō Gaeru (2015) – Pyonkichi (voice) Totto TV (2016) – Tetsuko Kuroyanagi Kidnap Tour (2016) Quartet (2017) – Suzume Kangoku no Ohimesama (2017) – Futaba Wakai
She has won the following awards for her performances:
Fant-Asia Film Festival 2009 - Jury Prize: Best Female Performance - Love Exposure Hochi Film Awards 2009 - Best New Talent - Love Exposure, Pride, The Wonderful World of Captain Kuhio International Drama Festival in Tokyo 2011 - Best Supporting Actress - Moteki, Sayonara Bokutachi no Youchien 2014 - Best Actress - Woman Kinema Junpo Awards 2010 - Best Supporting Actress - Love Exposure, Pride, The Wonderful World of Captain Kuhio Mainichi Film Concours 2010 - Sponichi Grand Prize: New Talent Award (shared with co-star Takahiro Nishijima) - Love Exposure Yokohama Film Festival 2010 - Best New Talent - Love Exposure, Pride, The Wonderful World of Captain Kuhio 2011 - Best Actress - , Love Vibes Sawako Decides Japanese Film Critics Awards 2016 - Best Supporting Actress - Kakekomi