Sea Kumada

Sea Kumada (熊田 聖亜, Kumada Sea, born July 18, 2001) is a Japanese child actress and tarento. She is best known for her work in Saya Zamurai, for which she won a Newcomer of the Year Award at the 35th Japan Academy Prize ceremony.

Sea Kumada
熊田聖亜
Born (2001-07-18) July 18, 2001 (age 18)
Tokyo, Japan
NationalityJapanese
CitizenshipJapanese
Occupationactress, tarento
Years active2007–present
EmployerMondorama Entertainment
Known forRebirth (film)
Ashita, Mama ga Inai (TV drama)
Notable work
Saya Zamurai
Height132 cm (52 in)
RelativesKoko Kumada (sister)
Awards35th Japan Academy Prize – Newcomer of the Year
WebsiteProfile at Mondorama Entertainment

Her sister is child actress Koko Kumada.

BiographyEdit

Sea Kumada was born July 18, 2001 in Tokyo, Japan.

For the 2011 movie Saya Zamurai, directed by Hitoshi Matsumoto, she received one of the seven Newcomer of the Year awards at the 35th Japan Academy Prize ceremony.[1][2][3]

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

  • Boku no Hatsuki o Kimi ni Sasagu (僕の初恋をキミに捧ぐ, lit. Offering You My First Crush) (2009, Toho) - Mayu Taneda (as a child)
  • Magare! Spoon (曲がれ!スプーン, lit. Twisting! Spoon) (2009, Toho) - Hikari Sakurai (as a child)
  • Paradise Kiss (2011, Warner Bros.) - Yukari Hayasaka (as a child)
  • Saya Zamurai (さや侍, lit. Scabbard Samurai) (2011, Shochiku) - Tae[4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]

Animation filmsEdit

Television dramasEdit

  • Thrill na Yoru: Kosodate no Tensai (スリルな夜・子育ての天才, Suriru na Yoru: Kosodate no Tensai, lit. Night of Thrills: Raising a Genius) (April 13 - June 22, 2007, Fuji TV)
  • Ryūsei no Kizuna (October 17 - December 19, 2008, TBS) - young Shizuna
  • Orthros no Inu (July 24 - September 25, 2009, TBS) - Rei Hasebe
  • Gekai Hatomura Shūgorō - Chi Nurareta Chōsenjō II (外科医 鳩村周五郎・血ぬられた挑戦状II, lit. Shūgorō Hatomura, Surgeon - The Challenge Written in Blood II) (August 28, 2009, Fuji TV) - Marina Suzuki
  • Kamen Rider W episode 27, "The D Was Watching/The Transparent Magical Lady" (March 21, 2010, TV Asahi) - young Lily Shirogane
  • Class Reunion - Love Again Syndrome (同窓会〜ラブ・アゲイン症候群, Dōsōkai - Rabu Agein Shōkōgun) (April 22 - June 17, 2010, TV Asahi) - Mana Nishikawa
  • Dr. Irabu Ichirō (Dr.伊良部一郎) episode 5 (February 27, 2011, TV Asahi) - Yui
  • Mito Kōmon series 43, episode 3, "Meiba ga Mamotta Chichiko no Kizuna - Hiratsuka" (名馬が守った父娘の絆 -平塚-, lit. "The Bonds of a Father and Daughter Who Protected a Famous Horse - Hiratsuka") (July 18, 2011, TBS) - Okoma
  • Mieru Onna Tsukiko - Mannatsu no Yoru no Kowāi Hanashi (ミエルオンナ月子〜真夏の夜のコワーイ話〜, lit. The Medium Tsukiko - Scary Midsummer's Eve Stories) (August 26, 2011, NTV) - Nozomi Izawa
  • Runaway - Aisuru Kimi no Tame ni (ランナウェイ〜愛する君のために, Rannauei..., lit. Runaway - For My Beloved) (October 27 - December 22, 2011, TBS) - Sakura Miyamoto
  • Miyabe Miyuki Mystery - Perfect Blue episode 8 (November 26, 2012, TBS) - young Akie Asō
  • Kakushō - Keishichō Sōsa 3-ka (確証〜警視庁捜査3課, lit. Proof - Metropolitan Police Department Criminal Investigations Department 3) episodes 5-6 (May 13/20, 2013, TBS) - Haruna Shimizu
  • Nejireta Kizuna - Aka-chan Torichigae Jiken - 42-nen no Shinjitsu (ねじれた絆 赤ちゃん取り違え事件 42年の真実, lit. Twisted Bonds - The Case of the Baby Switch - The Truth of 42 Years) (October 11, 2013, Fuji TV) - Miyuki Inafuku (Miyuki Shimabukuro)
  • White Lab - Keishichō Tokubetsu Kagaku Sōsahan (ホワイト・ラボ〜警視庁特別科学捜査班〜, Howaito Rabo..., lit. White Lab: Metropolitan Police Department Special Forensics Division) episode 6 (May 19, 2014, TBS) - Haruka Okunuki

Other televisionEdit

  • Sore Ike! Anpanman Club (2007-2008, BS Nitere) - self
  • Karada de Asobo (からだであそぼ, lit. "Let's Exercise Our Bodies") (2008, NHK) - self
  • Sandē Baryū Fībā Shokora (サタデーバリューフィーバー ショコラ, lit. "Sunday Value Fever - Chocora") (2008, NTV)

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ประกาศผลรางวัล แจแปน อคาเดมี อวอร์ดส์ ประจำปี 2012" [Awards Japan Academy Award for 2012's] (in Thai). Siamzone.com (สยามโซน.คอม). March 5, 2012. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  2. ^ "日本アカデミー賞『八日目の蝉』が最多10部門で最優秀賞!故・原田芳雄さんが主演男優賞受賞!" (in Japanese). Livedoor News. March 2, 2012. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  3. ^ a b "第35回日本アカデミー賞優秀作品" [35th Japan Academy Prize Winners] (in Japanese). Japan Academy Prize official site. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  4. ^ "New York Asian Film Festival: A Scalding Wind from the East". TIME.com. July 6, 2012. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  5. ^ Neil Young (August 14, 2011). "Scabbard Samurai: Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  6. ^ "Recensie: Scabbard Samurai" (in Dutch). Telegraaf.nl. January 16, 2013. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  7. ^ ""Scabbard Samurai" – 2012 NYAFF & Japan Cuts Review=". Meniscus Magazine. July 14, 2012. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  8. ^ Sala, Joan (October 7, 2011). "Crónica Sitges 2011: Hazme reír samurái" (in Spanish). el blog de filmin. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  9. ^ "14ème Festival du Film Asiatique de Deauville – Il était une fois l'Asie" (in French). Discordance. March 13, 2012. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  10. ^ "Piazza Grande giapponese: "ottimo!"" (in Italian). TicinoLibero. August 13, 2011. Retrieved April 26, 2015.
  11. ^ "松本人志第三导演作曝剧照 国村隼扮古代大名" (in Chinese). Mtime时光网. March 10, 2011. Retrieved April 26, 2015.

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