Masami Nagasawa
Last Name: Nagasawa
First Name: Masami
AKA:
長澤 まさみ
Gender: Female
Hometown: Shizuoka
Country of Origin: Japan
Birthday: Jun 3, 1987
Blood Type: A
Type: Person
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Masami Nagasawa

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Overview
Masami Nagasawa (長澤 まさみ, Nagasawa Masami?, born June 3, 1987 in Iwata, Shizuoka) is a Japanese actress working for Toho. She has performed in many famous movies and television dramas including Crying out Love, In the Center of the World, Nada Sousou, Dragon Zakura and Proposal Daisakusen. She graduated from Horikoshi High School in 2006. She is also known as "Ma-chan" or as Yamashita Tomohisa calls her "ma-tan". She is the daughter of Kazuaki Nagasawa, former manager of the J. League team Júbilo Iwata. Her talent agency is Toho Entertainment.

Education: Horikoshi High School
She is the eldest daughter of Kazuaki Nagasawa, former manager of the J. League team Júbilo Iwata.

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Filmography

TV Series
Wagaya no Rekishi (Fuji TV, 2010)
Sotsu Uta (Fuji TV, 2010)
Boku no Imoto (TBS, 2009)
Soka, Mo Kimi wa Inai no ka (TBS, 2009)
Tenchijin (NHK, 2009)
Fujiko F. Fujio no Parallel Space Nebumi Camera (WOWOW, 2008)
Galileo: Episode Zero (Fuji TV, 2008)
Last Friends (Fuji TV, 2008)
Proposal Daisakusen SP (Fuji TV, 2008)
Hatachi no Koibito (TBS, 2007)
Ganges Gawa de Butterfly (TV Asahi, 2007)
Proposal Daisakusen (Fuji TV, 2007)
Mama ga Ryori wo Tsukuru Wake (Fuji TV, 2007, guest)
Romeo and Juliet (NTV, 2007)
Akechi Mitsuhide (Fuji TV, 2007)
Sailor Fuku to Kikanju (TBS, 2006)
Komyo ga Tsuji (NHK, 2006)
Hiroshima Showa 20 nen 8 Gatsu Muika (TBS, 2005)
Dragon Zakura (TBS, 2005)
Yasashii Jikan (Fuji TV, 2005)
Doyo Wide Gekijo Satsujin Stunt (TV Asahi, 2004)
Tobosha (TBS, 2004)
Hontou ni Atta Kowai Hanashi Ushiro no Onna (Fuji TV, 2004)
Sakura (NHK, 2002)
Pure Soul (YTV, 2001)

Movies
Cobalt Blue (2009)
Kakushi Toride no San Akunin / The Last Princess (2008)
Sono Toki wa Kare ni Yoroshiku / That Time I Said Hi to My Boyfriend (2007)
Nada Sou Sou as Kaoru (2006)
Rough (2006)
Touch (2005)
Sekai no Chuushin de, Ai wo Sakebu (2004)
Shinkokyuu no Hitsuyou (2004)
Godzilla Final Wars (2004)
Godzilla vs. Mothra vs. Mechagodzilla: Tokyo SOS (2003)
Ashura no Gotoku (2003)
Robot Contest (2003)
Yomigaeri (2003)
Nagoriyuki (2001)
Crossfire (2000)

Music Videos
Tsubasa / Under Graph (2004)
Dreams Come True (2004)

Endorsements

Calpis (2005)
Epson (2005)
WOWOW (2005)
Calbee (2005)
Kose (2005)
NTT Western Japan (2005)
SEED (2005)

Awards

(2003) 8th Nifty Movie Awards (aka Nihon Internet Movie Award):'Best Newcomer'(Actor Field) Prize in Robokon&Yomigaeri.
(2004) 25th Yokohama Movie Awards:'Best Newcomer' Prize in Robokon&Ashura no Gotoku.
(2004) 27th Japanese Academy Awards:'Best Newcomer' Prize in Robokon.
(2004) 17th Nikkan Sports Movie Awards:'Best Newcomer' Prize in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World.
(2004) Hochi Film Awards 'Best Supporting Actress' Prize in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World.
(2004) 1st Platinum Film Actress Award in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World.
(2005) 47th Blue Ribbon Awards:'Best Supporting Actress' Prize in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World.
(2005) 29th Élan d'or Awards:'Best Newcomer' Prize in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World.
(2005) 28th Japanese Academy Awards:'Best Supporting Actress' Prize in Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World.
(2005) 28th Japanese Academy Awards:'Most Popular Performer' Prize for Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World.
(2006)Vogue Nippon Women of the Year
(2007) 18th Nihon Jewelry Best Dresser Age Under 20
11th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Apr-Jun 2007): Best Actress for Proposal Daisakusen
(2007) 30th Japanese Academy Awards:nominated as the 'Best Actress' in Nada sousou
(2007) 4th Cotton USA Award in Japan
(2007) In June, she was announced as the "Woman Most Men Want To Marry". This was a survey done by Oricon and was released under the title "June Brides".
(2007) For the Award Most Influential People In Japan, Masami ranks 9th as the only female among its Top 10.
(2007) November 8, the Japan Dental Association announced Masami as one of its 2007 Best Smile of the Year awards recipient.[7]
(2007) Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Spring) - Best Actress for Proposal Daisakusen.
(2008) Video Research Ltd. TV commercial data for 2007 revealed that for the Kanzai region of Japan, Masami overtook Yukie Nakama to be "CM Queen" by just a couple hours. In Nagoya, Masami took the 2nd place.

Discography

Single/s
Sailor Fuku to Kikanjuu (October 25, 2006, Victor Entertainment)

Radio

Nagasawa Masami All Night Nippon R (NBS, February 18, 2005)
Nagasawa Masami All Night Nippon R (NBS, October 16, 2006)
Nagasawa Masami (Title: Undecided), All Night Nippon, (NBS, April 8, 2007 ~ present)