Keiji Sada est un Acteur Japonais né le 9 décembre 1926 à Shimogyō-ku (Japon)
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Nationalité JaponNaissance 9 décembre 1926
à Shimogyō-ku (Japon
)Mort 17 aout 1964
(à 37 ans) à Nirasaki (Japon
Keiji Sada (佐田啓二, Sada Keiji), de son vrai nom Kanichi Nakai, était un acteur japonais né le 9 décembre 1926 et décédé le 17 août 1964 dans un accident de voiture.
Son fils, Kiichi Nakai, et sa fille, Kie Nakai, sont également acteurs.
Il était un des acteurs favoris d'Ozu avec qui il tourna quatre films.
Sada was born in Shimogyō-ku, Kyoto, to a merchant class family. After graduating from the 2nd Kyoto Municipal Commercial School, he entered the School of Political Science and Economics at Waseda University in Tokyo. While a student, he roomed at a boarding house owned by the actor Shuji Sano, and on graduation was offered a position at Shochiku Studios in Kanagawa. He also was given his stage name by Shugi Sada.
In his debut appearance in 1947, Phoenix, directed by Keisuke Kinoshita, Sada was paired with Kinuyo Tanaka in a love scene. As Tanaka was already a big-name movie star, this was an immediate boost for Sada’s career. Later that year, he was selected for the lead role in Kane no Naru Oka (鐘の鳴る丘), a movie adaptation of a popular NHK radio drama.
Sada’s career took off in the 1950s, and he starred in an average of eight to ten movies per year. In 1956, he was awarded the Mainichi Film Award and Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Actor in Anata Kaimasu, a movie about a professional baseball scout, directed by Masaki Kobayashi.
Sada was killed in an automobile accident in Nirasaki, Yamanashi on August 17, 1964, while returning from his summer cottage in the Tateshina Mountains of Nagano Prefecture. His memorial services were held in Aoyama Cemetery in Tokyo with thousands of fans attending; however, his grave is at the temple of Engaku-ji in Kamakura.
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