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Masatoshi Nagase

Occupation  Actor
Name  Masatoshi Nagase
Role  Actor

Masatoshi Nagase Masatoshi Nagase in costume for Jim Jarmusch39s movie
Born  July 15, 1966 (age 49) (1966-07-15) Miyazaki, Miyazaki, Japan
Spouse  Kyoko Koizumi (m. 1996–2004)
Books  Memories of A: Masatoshi Nagase Photograph 2011-2012 Aomori
Awards  Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Nominations  Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Movies  Kano, Sweet Red Bean Paste, The Hidden Blade, Mystery Train, Smuggler
Similar People  Kyoko Koizumi, Umin Boya, Naomi Kawase, Tadanobu Asano, Kaizo Hayashi

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Masatoshi Nagase (永瀬 正敏, Nagase Masatoshi, born July 15, 1966 in Miyazaki, Miyazaki) is a Japanese actor. He is best known in the West for his roles in Friðrik Þór Friðriksson's Cold Fever and Jim Jarmusch's Mystery Train.

Masatoshi Nagase Masatoshi Nagase Pictures 39An39 Photocall The 68th

Nagase was described by Todd Brown of Twitch Film as "one of the great unsung heroes of Japanese film, a hugely reliable character actor with seemingly unerring taste in projects who - despite a huge body of work - remains largely unknown by name."

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Career

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Nagase co-starred in Jim Jarmusch's Mystery Train (1989) with Youki Kudoh. He has starred in films such as Sion Sono's Suicide Club (2001), Shinji Aoyama's Mike Yokohama: A Forest with No Name (2002), and Yoji Yamada's The Hidden Blade (2004).

Filmography

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  • Shonben Rider (1983)
  • Miyuki (1983) voice
  • Mystery Train (1989)
  • Bakayarou! 3: Hen na Yatsura (1990)
  • My Sons (1991)
  • Autumn Moon (1992)
  • Tora-San Makes Excuses
  • Original Sin (1992)
  • The Most Terrible Time in My Life (1994)
  • Outobai Shoujo (1994)
  • The Stairway to the Distant Past (1994)
  • Powder Road (1994)
  • Cold Fever (1995)
  • Flirt (1995)
  • Berlin (1995)
  • Trap (1996)
  • Gakko II (1996)
  • Niji o Tsukamu Otoko (1996)
  • Ullie (1996)
  • Abduction (1997)
  • Beautiful Sunday (1998)
  • Three Businessmen (1998)
  • Gojoe (2000)
  • Party 7 (2000)
  • A Closing Day (2000)
  • Electric Dragon 80.000 V (2001)
  • Chloe (2001)
  • Luxurious Bone (2001)
  • Pistol Opera (2001)
  • Stereo Future (2001)
  • Mike Yokohama: A Forest with No Name (2002)
  • Suicide Club (2002)
  • Getting Wild with Our Monkey (2002)
  • The Sea Is Watching (2003)
  • Dead End Run (2003)
  • The Loved Gun (2004)
  • The Hidden Blade (2004)
  • Gina K (2005)
  • Ubume no Natsu (2005)
  • The Blossoming of Kamiya Etsuko (2006)
  • Sakuran (2006)
  • Funuke Show Some Love, You Losers! (2007)
  • Yume no Mani Mani (2008)
  • Kaasan, Mom's Life (2008)
  • R246 Story (2008)
  • Gelatin Silver, Love (2009)
  • Smuggler (2011)
  • A Road Stained Crimson (2012)
  • A Woman and War (2013)
  • Kano (2014) – Hyōtarō Kondō
  • Sweet Bean (2015)
  • Black Widow Business (2016) – Honda
  • Jūjika (2016) – Shunsuke's father
  • Happiness (2016) – Kanzaki
  • 64: Part I (2016)
  • 64: Part II (2016)
  • Paterson (2016)
  • Radiance (2017)
  • The Blue Hearts (2017)
  • Red Snow (2018)
  • Vision (2018)
  • Awards

  • 1992: Japanese Academy Awards - Best Supporting Actor and Best Newcomer (My Sons)
  • 2008: 29th Yokohama Film Festival - Best Supporting Actor (Funuke Show Some Love, You Losers!)
  • 2010: Japanese Film Critics Awards - Best Actor (Mainichi Kaasan)
  • 2016: 37th Yokohama Film Festival - Best Actor (An)
  • References

    Masatoshi Nagase Wikipedia


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