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Yukio Ninagawa (1935–2016)

Yukio Ninagawa was born on October 15, 1935 in Kawaguchi, Saitama, Japan. He was an actor and director, known for Juhyô no yoromeki (1968), Ao no hono-o (2003) and Hebi ni piasu (2008). He was married to Tomoko Mayama. He died on May 12, 2016 in Tokyo, Japan. See full bio »

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(age 80) in Tokyo, Japan

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Known For

Juhyô no yoromeki
Juhyô no yoromeki Akira Sugino
(1968)
Ao no hono-o
Ao no hono-o Director
(2003)
Hebi ni piasu
Hebi ni piasu Director
(2008)
Silence Has No Wings
(1966)

Filmography

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 1988 Tonkô
 1984 W no higeki
Theatre director Abe
 1981 Les fruits de la passion (uncredited)
 1976-1977 Daitokai - Tatakai no hibi (TV Series)
- Episode #2.21 (1977)
- Episode #1.29 (1976)
- Episode #1.8 (1976)
 1973 Ôedo sôsamô (TV Series)
 1973 Kyôfu gekijô umbalance (TV Series)
 1970 Buraikan
 1968 Juhyô no yoromeki
Akira Sugino
 1966 Ohanahan (TV Series)
 1965 Kamo
Katano
 1964 Assassination
Shôhei Imuta
 1963 Kanojo to kare
Balloon guy
 1963 Bushido
Kamikaze pilot
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Other Works:

He produced and directed the Ninagawa Company production of William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet", at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Hiroyuki Sanada, Tetsurô Sagawa, Mariko Kaga and Takako Matsu in the cast. See more »

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Trivia:

He combined elements of Kabuki theater with Western realism to create original, critically-acclaimed productions of classic Greek and Shakespearean plays. He employed modern music, Buddhist imagery, and Japanese flora. He worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Edinburgh Festival, and the New York Shakespeare Festival. See more »

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