| 中村 梅雀|
| Manabu Nakamura|
Hisako Segawa (m. 2006)
| December 12, 1955 (age 60) (1955-12-12) |
Actor, bassist, composer
Ao no Hono, Bunny Drop, Hara‑Kiri: Death of a Samurai, The Twilight Samurai, Welcome Home - Hayabusa
Umenosuke Nakamura, Hisako Segawa, Ken Matsudaira, Teruhiko Saigo, Sabu
Nakamura Kanemon II
Nakamura Baijaku II Wikipedia
Shinichi Mitsui (三井 進一, Mitsui Shin'ichi, born December 12, 1955), better known as Nakamura Baijaku II (二代目 中村 梅雀, Nidaime Nakamura Baijaku), is a Japanese actor, bassist, and composer. He graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan Ogikubo High School and later graduated from Toho Gakuen College of Drama and Music.
Nakamura also has relatives who are kabuki actors.Great-grandfather: Nakamura Kanemon II.
Grandfather: Nakamura Kanemon III.
Father: Nakamura Umenosuke IV.
His trade name is Narikomaya (成駒屋) and debuted in 1965. Nakamura learned about kabuki and modern theater at the Zenshinza troupe. His initial name was Manabu Nakamura (中村 まなぶ, Nakamura Manabu). Nakamura took on the name of his great-grandfather Baijaku in 1980 during the 50th Anniversary Performance of Zenshinza and became "Baijaku II". At the final performance of Otose in 2007, Nakamura announced he was leaving Zenshinza and turning freelance.