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Native name  倍賞 美津子
Children  Hiroko Inoki
Role  Actress
Name  Mitsuko Baisho
Occupation  Actress

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Born  22 November 1946 (age 69) (1946-11-22) Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Website  lotus-roots.co.jp/baisho/en/
Spouse  Antonio Inoki (m. 1971–1987)
Siblings  Chieko Baisho, Akira Baisho, Tetsuo Baisho
Awards  Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Movies and TV shows  Vengeance Is Mine, The Ballad of Narayama, Umechan Sensei, Kinpachi‑sensei, The Eel
Similar People  Chieko Baisho, Antonio Inoki, Shohei Imamura, Ken Ogata, Misa Shimizu

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Mitsuko Baisho (倍賞 美津子, Baishō Mitsuko, born 22 November 1946 in Ibaraki Prefecture) is a Japanese actress, whose most internationally known work has been for director Shohei Imamura, from 1979 up to the director's final film in 2002. Baisho has also appeared in films of Akira Kurosawa. She won awards for best actress at the 10th Hochi Film Award for Love Letter and Ikiteru Uchi ga Hana nano yo Shindara Sore made yo to Sengen. She also won the award for best supporting actress at the 8th Hochi Film Award for The Geisha and at the 22nd Hochi Film Award for Tokyo Lullaby.

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Private life

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Her sister is actress-singer Chieko Baisho.

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She was married to professional wrestler Antonio Inoki from 1971 to 1987, and together they had a daughter, Hiroko.

Partial filmography

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  • Hitokiri (人斬り; 1969)
  • Duel at Fort Ezo (蝦夷館の決闘; 1970)
  • Sword of Fury (宮本武蔵; 1973)
  • The Life of Chikuzan (竹山ひとり旅; 1977)
  • Bandits vs. Samurai Squadron (雲霧仁左衛門; 1978)
  • Vengeance Is Mine (復讐するは我にあり; 1979)
  • Kagemusha (影武者; 1980)
  • Tantei Monogatari (TV series) (1979-1980) as lawyer Masako Aiki
  • Eijanaika (ええじゃないか; 1981)
  • Flames of Blood 炎のごとく; 1981)
  • Shomben Rider (ションベン・ライダー; 1983)
  • The Ballad of Narayama (楢山節考; 1983)
  • The Geisha (陽暉楼; 1983)
  • Okinawan Boys (1983)
  • The Crazy Family (逆噴射家族; 1984)
  • Love Letter (恋文; 1985)
  • Cabaret (キャバレー; 1986)
  • Women Who Do Not Divorce (離婚しない女; 1986)
  • Sure-Fire Death 4: We Will Avenge You (必殺IV 恨みはらします; 1987)
  • Zegen (女衒 Zegen; 1987)
  • My Phoenix (マイフェニックス; 1989)
  • Dreams (夢; 1990)
  • Last Song (ラストソング; 1994)
  • A Last Note (午後の遺言状; 1995)
  • The Eel (うなぎ; 1997)
  • Tokyo Lullaby (東京夜曲; 1997)
  • Toki o Kakeru Shōjo (時をかける少女; 1997)
  • Solitude Point, aka Yukie (ユキエ; 1997)
  • Love Letter (ラブ・レター; 1998)
  • Second Chance (episode 3) (セカンドチャンス エピソードIII) (1999)
  • By Player (三文役者; 2000)
  • Turn (ターン; 2001)
  • Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (赤い橋の下のぬるい水 2001)
  • 11'09"01 September 11 (2002)
  • Out (2002)
  • Pecoross' Mother and Her Days (ペコロスの母に会いに行く 2013)

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    References

    Mitsuko Baisho Wikipedia


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