Ryōko Shinohara

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Ryoko Shinohara (篠原 涼子, Shinohara Ryōko, born August 13, 1973) is a Japanese singer and actress.

Ryoko Shinohara
篠原 涼子
Ryoko Shinohara in Tokyo International Film Festival 2018.jpg
Born (1973-08-13) August 13, 1973 (age 47)
Kiryū, Gunma, Japan
OccupationActress and singer
Years active1989–present
Spouse(s)
(m. 2005)
Children2

CareerEdit

Shinohara appeared in Tetsuya Nakashima's 2004 film Kamikaze Girls.[1] She has also starred in television series such as Unfair and Haken no Hinkaku.[2][3]

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

TelevisionEdit

  • Houkago (1992)
  • Sugao no Mama de (1992)
  • Ninshin Desuyo 2 (1995)
  • Kagayaku Toki no Naka de (1995)
  • Rennai Zenya: Ichidodake no Koi 2 (1996)
  • Pure (1996)
  • Naniwa Kinyudo 2 (1996)
  • Shinryounaikai Ryouko (1997)
  • Gift (1997)
  • Bayside Shakedown (1997)
  • Ao no Jidai (1998)
  • Nanisama (1998)
  • Beach Boys Special (1998)
  • Kira Kira Hikaru (1998)
  • Kiken na Kankei (1999)
  • Genroku Ryoran (1999)
  • Kabachitare (2000)
  • Tokimune Hojo (2000)
  • Saotome Typhoon (2001)
  • Mukodono! (2001)
  • HR (2002)
  • Hatsu Taiken (2002)
  • Renai Hensachi (2002)
  • Boku no Mahou Tsukai (2003)
  • Mukodono (2003)
  • Mother and Lover (2004)
  • Hikari to Tomo ni (2004)
  • At Home Dad [ja] (2004)
  • Yankee Bokou ni Kaeru (2004)
  • Naniwa Kinyudo 6 (2005)
  • Anego (2005) as Naoko Noda
  • Unfair SP (2006) as Natsumi Yukihira
  • Message (2006)
  • Hanayome wa Yakudoshi (2006)
  • Unfair (2006) as Natsumi Yukihira
  • Woman's Island (2006)
  • The Pride of the Temp (2007)
  • Hataraku Gon! (2009)
  • Ogon no Buta (2010)
  • Tsuki no Koibito (2010)
  • Unfair Double Meaning ~ Yes or No? SP 2 (2013)
  • Last Cinderella (2013)
  • Lady Girls (2015) as Aki Nakahara
  • The Pride of the Temp 2 (2020)
  • Ochoyan (2020–21) as Shizu Okada

DubbingEdit

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

  • Ryoko from Tokyo Performance Doll (1993)
  • Lady Generation (1995)

Compilation albumsEdit

  • Sweets: Best of Ryoko Shinohara (1997)

SinglesEdit

  • "Koi wa Chanson" (1991)
  • "Squall" (1992)
  • "Sincerely" (1994)
  • "Itoshisa to Setsunasa to Kokoro Tsuyosa to" (1994) (Street Fighter II MOVIE JP theme)
  • "Motto Motto..." (1995)
  • "Lady Generation" (1995)
  • "Dame!" (1995)
  • "Heibon na Happy ja Monotarinai" (1996)
  • "Shiawase wa Soba ni Aru" (1996)
  • "Party o Nukedasō!" (1996)
  • "Goodbye Baby" (1997)
  • "Blow Up" (1998)
  • "A Place in the Sun" (1998)
  • "Rhythm to Rule" (2000)
  • "Someday Somewhere" (2001)
  • "Time of Gold" with Junpei Shiina (2003)

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Nominated work(s) Result
2018 43rd Hochi Film Award Best Actress The House Where the Mermaid Sleeps, Sunny: Our Hearts Beat Together Won[5]
2019 61st Blue Ribbon Awards Best Actress Nominated
42nd Japan Academy Prize Best Actress The House Where the Mermaid Sleeps Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Sakura Guardian in the North Nominated

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schilling, Mark (June 23, 2004). "Naughty and nice, sugar and spice". The Japan Times.
  2. ^ Brasor, Philip (February 4, 2007). "Super temp worker who saves day is a nonconformist heroine". The Japan Times.
  3. ^ Schilling, Mark (December 25, 2008). "Dueling with a rare Japanese superhero". The Japan Times.
  4. ^ "ワールド・ウォーZ". Star Channel. Retrieved July 8, 2019.
  5. ^ "篠原涼子、自身初の主演女優賞受賞にびっくり!「倒れそうに」". Cinematoday. Retrieved November 29, 2018.

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