Saturday, July 9, 2011


  • PROFIL Masami Nagasawa
  1. Name          :  長澤まさみ  or  ながさわ まさみ  or  Masami Nagasawa
  2. Birthdate     :   June 3, 1987
  3. Birthplace    :   Iwata, Shizuoka, Japan
  4. Star Sign     :   Gemini
  5. Blood Type  :   A
  6. Height        :   168 cm
  7. Weight       :   43 kg
  8. Pofession    :   Actress, Model and Radio Personality 
    • Top Japan Drama Masami Nagasawa
    1. Pure Soul (2001, Yomiuri TV)
    2. Sakura (2002, NHK)
    3. Hontoni Atta Kowai Hanashi - Ushiro no Onna (2004, Fuji TV)
    4. Satsujin sutanto (TV Asahi Saturday drama special) (2004, Asahi TV)
    5. Toubousha (2004, TBS)
    6. Yasashii Jikan (2005, Fuji TV)
    7. Dragon Zakura (2005, TBS)
    8. Hiroshima Showa 20 nen 8 Gatsu Muika (2005, TBS)
    9. Komyo ga Tsuji (2006, NHK)
    10. Sailor Fuku to Kikanjuu (2006, TBS)
    11. Akechi Mitsuhide (2007, Fuji TV)
    12. Mama ga Ryori wo Tsukuru Wake (guest) (2007, Fuji TV)
    13. Shakespeare Drama Special - Romeo and Juliet (2007, Nippon TV)
    14. Proposal Daisakusen (2007, Fuji TV)
    15. Butterfly Stroke in Ganges River (2007, Asahi TV)
    16. Hatachi no Koibito (2007, TBS)
    17. Proposal Daisakusen SP (2008, Fuji TV)
    18. Last Friends (2008, Fuji TV)
    19. Galileo: Episode Zero (2008, Fuji TV)
    20. Fujiko F. Fujio no Parallel Space Nebumi Camera' (2008, WOWOW)
    21. Tenchijin (2009, NHK)
    22. Soka, Mo Kimi wa Inai no Ka (2009, TBS)
    23. Boku no Imouto (2009, TBS)
    24. Wagaya no Rekishi (2010, Fuji TV)
      • Top Japan Movie Masami Nagasawa
      1. Crossfire (2000, Toho)
      2. Nagori yuki (2001, Daiei)
      3. Yomigaeri (2003, Toho)
      4. Godzilla: Tokyo SOS (2003, Toho)
      5. Robokon(Robot contest) (2003, Toho)
      6. Ashura no Gotoku (2003, Toho)
      7. Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World (2004, Toho)
      8. Shinkokyu no Hitsuyou (2004, Shochiku)
      9. Godzilla: Final Wars (2004, Toho)
      10. Touch (2005, Toho)
      11. Rough (2006, Toho)
      12. Nada Sousou (Tears for You) (2006, Toho)
      13. Sono toki wa kare ni yoroshiku (2007, Toho)
      14. Kakushi Toride no San-Akunin: The Last Princess (2008, Toho)
      15. Detroit Metal City (2008)(voice over)
      16. La Maison En Petits Cubes (2008)(narration)
      17. Gunjo (2009)
      18. Magare! Spoon (Find me a Psychic!) (2009)
        • Awards Masami Nagasawa
        1. "Best Newcomer" (Actor Field) Prize in Robokon &Yomigaeri (8th) Nifty Movie Awards (Aka Nihon Internet Movie Award) (2003)
        2. "Best Newcomer" Prize in Robokon &Ashura no Gotoku (25th) Yokohama Movie Awards (2004)
        3. "Best Newcomer" Prize in Robokon (27th) Japanese Academy Awards (2004)
        4. "Best Newcomer" Prize in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World (17th) Nikkan Sports Movie Awards (2004)
        5. "Best Supporting Actress" Prize in (Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World), Hochi Film Awards (2004)
        6. (1st) Platinum Film Actress Award in (Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World) (2004)
        7. "Best Supporting Actress" Prize in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World (47th) Blue Ribbon Awards (2005)
        8. "Best Newcomer" Prize in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World (29th) Élan d'or Awards (2005)
        9. "Best Supporting Actress" Prize in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World (28th) Japanese Academy Awards (2005)
        10. "Most Popular Performer" Prize for Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World (28th) Japanese Academy Awards (2005)
        11. Vogue Nippon Women of the Year (2006)
        12. "Best Dresser Age Under 20" (18th) Nihon Jewelry (2007)
        13. "Best Actress" in Nada Sousou (30th) Japanese Academy Awards (2007)
        14. (4th) Cotton USA Award in Japan (2007)
        15. "Woman Most Men Want To Marry" (Oricon) "June Brides" (June 2007)
        16. "Most Influential People In Japan" (9th) (2007)
        17. "Best Smile" the Japan Dental Association, (2007)
        18. "Best Actress" -for- Proposal Daisakusen (11th) Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Spring 2007)
        19. "CM Queen" (1st) in the Kanzai region and (2nd) in Nagoya (Video Research Ltd) TV commercial data for 2007 (2008)
            • Wallpaper Masami Nagasawa
                  Masami Nagasawa who born June 3, 1987 in Iwata, Shizuoka is a Japanese actress under "Toho Entertainment". She has performed in many Japanese movies and Japanese television dramas including "Crying out Love", "In the Center of the World", "Dragon Zakura" and "Proposal Daisakusen". She is also known as "Ma-chan" or, as "Tomohisa Yamashita" calls her, "Maa-tan". On her radio show, Masami introduces herself as "Gasawa," a nickname chosen by her listener. 

                   In 2000, Masami was auditioned in the 5th Toho "Cinderella" Contest at the age of 12, and emerged as "the youngest winner" ever out of a total contestant pool of 35,153 people. This her achievement is the beginning of her career in the entertainment industry. She made her debut in the Japan movie "Crossfire" released in the same year. 

                  In 2001, Nagasawa appear to have commented, "I did wonder if it's true that becoming a "Cinderella" mean that I will immediately become a famous actress". Afterwards, masami became a professional model for the popular teen magazine "Peach Lemon".

                  In 2002, her appearance in the "Nabisco CM" earned her the title of "The Pretty Girl from the Nabisco CM" in magazines and TV shows, as her name was not yet well-known at the time.

                   In 2003, she had her first leading role in the Japan movie "Robokon". This is a movie about a high school girl who reluctantly participates in "the National Robot Contest for High School Students". And she was awarded the "Best Newcomer prize" in the 27th Japanese Academy Awards for her excellent performance in this her movie.

                 She commented that it was her movie that first brought out her acting skills, and that it remains one of her favourite works to this day.

                  She co-starred with "Chihiro Otsuka", the Judges' Special Award winner from the 5th Toho "Cinderella" Contest, in the 27th Japan movie of the "Godzilla" Japan Movie series, "Godzilla: Tokyo SOS" in 2003 and the last her movie of the series "Godzilla: Final Wars" in 2004. This two actresses also sang the track, The Song of Mothra, which was later released as part of "the Godzilla: Tokyo SOS sound track" CD.


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