Fuji Sumiko (1945)

Fuji Sumiko (1945)

Other Name: 富司純子 富司纯子 藤純子 寺島純子 ふじ すみこ 후지 스미코 Sumiko Fuji Fuji Junko Junko Fuji Фудзи, Дзюнко

Age: 79

Birthday: December, 01, 1945

Nationality: Gobō, Wakayama, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan

Height: 160 CM

Zodiac sign: Sagittarius

Fuji Sumiko is a Japanese actress and moderator from Gobo City, Wakayama Prefecture. She received the Medal with Purple Ribbon in 2007, and the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays in the spring of 2016.

She graduated from Osaka Municipal Honjo Junior High School. She became a fan of Takarazuka Revue when she was in junior high school, and when she graduated she was thinking of taking the Takarazuka Music School exam. However, due to the opposition of her father, she abandoned her dreams.

In 1962, when she was in the second year of Shijonawate Gakuen High School, she appeared with her sister, Mitsuko, as a cover girl for the Yomiuri TV song program "Hi-Hi, Mahina desu".

In 1972, she married Kabuki actor Onoe Kikugoro 4th (currently Onoe Kikugoro 7th) who co-starred in NHK's taiga drama "Minamoto no Yoshitsune".

In 1974 (Showa 49), she was appointed as the moderator of Fuji TV's wide show "3-ji no Anata", and returned to the entertainment world as a moderator" She temporarily dropped her program for childbirth and childcare for three years from 1977.

In 1996, she received the Kazuo Kikuta Theater Award for "Gion no Shimai".

In 2006, she won the Nikkan Sports Film Awards Supporting Actress Award for the movie "Hula Girl". She is the fourth person to win the leading and supporting awards of the same award.

In 2010, she played the role of the main character's grandmother in the serial television novel "Teppan" and won the Galaxy Award February 2011 Monthly Award.

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