Kyōko Kagawa est une Actrice Japonaise née le 5 décembre 1931 à préfecture métropolitaine de Tokyo (Japon)
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Nom de naissance Kyoko IkebeNationalité JaponNaissance 5 décembre 1931
(87 ans) à préfecture métropolitaine de Tokyo (Japon
Kyōko Kagawa (香川 京子, Kagawa Kyōko, née le 5 décembre 1931) est une actrice japonaise.
Kagawa was born in Tokyo in 1931. She originally wanted to become a ballerina. She was discovered by a film studio after winning a beauty contest and began a career in acting. Her first major film role was in a movie Mado Kara Tobidase (Jump Out of the Window).
She became a household name for her role in Tokyo Story in 1953. She also appeared in the famous film Sansho the Bailiff. Akira Kurosawa made her one of his regular performers. She played the love interest of Toshiro Mifune, Kurosawa's favorite leading man, several times. Kurosawa used her in The Bad Sleep Well, High and Low and Red Beard.
In 1965, Kagawa married and followed her husband to New York City. From this point, she began to act more in television than on the big screen. She later returned to the cinema, with films like Madadayo and Ballad.
In late 2011, the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, honored her long career and her contribution to Japanese cinema with an exhibition titled 'Kyoko Kagawa, Film Actress.'
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