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Occupation  Actor
Years active  1925–1997

Name  Osamu Takizawa
Role  Actor
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Born  November 13, 1906 (1906-11-13) Tokyo, Japan
Died  June 22, 2000, Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan
Movies  Fires on the Plain, A Ball at the Anjo House, The Sands of Kurobe, Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo, Till We Meet Again
Similar People  Satsuo Yamamoto, Kozaburo Yoshimura, Nobusuke Kishi, Tadashi Imai, Masaichi Nagata

Osamu Takizawa (滝沢 修, Takizawa Osamu, 13 November 1906 – 22 June 2000) was a Japanese actor. He was born in Ushigome, Shinjuku, Tokyo. Starting at the Tsukiji Little Theater, Takizawa participated in a number of theatrical troupes before forming Gekidan Mingei with Jūkichi Uno. His was praised for his performance in Death of a Salesman and also directed a version of The Diary of Anne Frank. Perhaps his most notable film role was in Fires on the Plain.

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Film

  • A Ball at the Anjo House (安城家の舞踏会, Anjō-ke no butōkai) (1947)
  • The Bells of Nagasaki (長崎の鐘, Nagasaki no Kane) (1950)
  • The Tale of Genji (1951)
  • Story of a Beloved Wife (1951)
  • Children of Hiroshima (1952)
  • Epitome (1953)
  • Rokunin no ansatsusha (1955)
  • Christ in Bronze (1956)
  • The Loyal 47 Ronin (忠臣蔵 Chūshingura) (1958) - Kira Yoshinaka
  • Stolen Desire (盗まれた欲情, Nusumareta yokujo) (1958)
  • Fires on the Plain (1959)
  • Kiku to Isamu (1959)
  • The Flower and the Angry Waves (花と怒濤, Hana to dotō) (1964)
  • Shiroi Kyotō (白い巨塔) (1966) - Professor Funao
  • The Sands of Kurobe (1968)
  • Rokudenashi Blues '98 (ろくでなしBLUES '98) (1998)
  • Television

  • Akō Rōshi (1963) - Kira Yoshinaka
  • Minamoto no Yoshitsune (1966) - Fujiwara no Hidehira
  • San Shimai (1967) - Shinbei of the Wind
  • Ryōma ga Yuku (1968) - Narrator
  • Ten to Chi to (1969) - Nagao Tamekage
  • Shin Heike Monogatari (1972) - Emperor Go-Shirakawa
  • Honours

  • Medal with Purple Ribbon (1977)
  • Order of the Sacred Treasure, 3rd class, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon (1986)
  • References

    Osamu Takizawa Wikipedia


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