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沢尻 エリカ

Born

Erika Sawajiri (澤尻 エリカ)[citation needed]


April 8, 1986 (age 37)

Nerima, Tokyo, Japan

Other namesErika
Occupations
  • Actress
  • singer
  • model
Years active2001–2007, 2010–2020
Agents
  • Stardust Promotion (2001–2009)
  • Avex Group (2010–2020)
Notable credits
  • Break Through!
  • 1 Litre no Namida
  • Shinobi: Heart Under Blade
  • Taiyo no Uta
  • Helter Skelter
Spouse

Tsuyoshi Takashiro

(m. 

; div. 

)

Erika Sawajiri (Japanese: 沢尻 エリカ, Hepburn: Sawajiri Erika, born April 8, 1986) is a Japanese actress, singer, and model. After debuting as a junior model in 2001, Sawajiri transitioned to lớn acting in 2002 and has starred in Break Through!, Shinobi: Heart Under Blade, and 1 Litre of Tears, for all of which she received several newcomer acting awards. Sawajiri also launched a singing career through the 2006 television drama Taiyō no Uta, where her first commercially-released tuy nhiên of the same name was certified Million by the Recording Industry Association of nhật bản. She later released solo music under the name Erika.

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In 2007, Sawajiri went on hiatus after her public image was affected by her controversial statements and personal relationships. She later returned to lớn acting in 2010 and starred in Helter Skelter, for which she received a Best Leading Actress nomination at the 36th nhật bản Academy Film Prize.[1] On November 16, 2019, she was arrested for drug possession, and during her trial in January 2020, she stated that she had no plans on continuing her career.

Following a second hiatus, Sawajiri will be resuming activities on stage with a New National Theatre Tokyo production of A Streetcar Named Desire in 2024.[2]

Early life[edit]

Erika Sawajiri was born in Nerima, Tokyo to lớn a Japanese father and an Algerian (Kabyle, raised in France) mother,[3][4][5] and is the youngest of three children. Her father owned 16 racehorses, including Edonokoban (エドノコバン), giving her ample opportunities to lớn engage in horseback riding as a child. Her father disappeared from home page when she was nine years old and returned when she was in her third year at junior high school, only to lớn die from cancer that year. Her second eldest brother died in a traffic accident when she was in her first year at high school. Her eldest brother is a former actor. Her mother managed a Mediterranean restaurant where she occasionally helped.[6]

Career[edit]

In 1999, Sawajiri passed the Stardust audition after graduating from elementary school. She became part of the idol girl group Angel Eyes and began modeling for junior fashion magazines such as Cutie and Nicola. She later won the grand prize for the 2001 Seikore and became a regular on the BS news program Harajuku Launchers. In 2002, Sawajiri started her career in film as well as extending her modeling career as a gravure idol. Her first film was Mondai no nai Watashitachi.

Sawajiri became one of Fuji TV's Visual Queens in 2002. On the NTV variety show The Yoru mo Hit Parade, she became a regular from April till late June, shortly after leaving the program for the CX news program Chou VIP Fortune no Tobira from mid-June till late August. In November, she was on the CBC variety show Bijou Dokyuu and TBS show B-1. She was cast in the TBS TV drama Hotman. Her most notable role was in 1 Litre of Tears in 2005 when she portrayed a girl with the degenerative disease spinocerebellar degeneration.

Sawajiri first started her music career under the name "Kaoru Amane", the name of her character in her last drama, the TV adaptation of A Song to lớn the Sun. The single went into number 1 in its second and fourth week. It was certified Triple Platinum for cell phone downloads of 750,000.[7] On July 16, 2007, Erika released her debut single "Free", under the name "Erika". The single was immediately ranked on its first day as number one on the Oricon Charts. "Free" was certified Platinum for cell phone downloads of 250,000.[8] Oricon stated that she is the only artist in 39 years to lớn get their first two singles to lớn hit number one since Hiroko Yakushimaru in 1983.

Sawajiri had planned to lớn attend the 12th Busan International Film Festival on October 6, 2007, but she cancelled. Sawajiri and her mother both stated on separate occasions that she would return to lớn nhật bản and make a comeback as soon as late summer 2009.[9] In 2012, Sawajiri was originally scheduled to lớn star in the live action film version of Space Battleship Yamato but was replaced by Meisa Kuroki.[10][11]

In 2013, Sawajiri was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 36th nhật bản Academy Awards for her performance in Helter Skelter.[12]

After Sawajiri's November 2019 arrest, she was replaced in the television drama Kirin ga Kuru with Haruna Kawaguchi.[13] She later stated in January 2020 that she had no plans on continuing her career.[14] In February 2020, Avex ended their contract with her.[15]

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Personal life[edit]

Sawajiri dated Tsuyoshi Takashiro as early as October 2007.[16] She returned to lớn nhật bản on March 29, 2008 after nearly three months in London with Takashiro. While in London, she attended a language school and has become fluent enough in English to lớn handle ordinary conversation.[17] On January đôi mươi, 2009, Sawajiri married Takashiro at Meiji Shrine in Yoyogi and had registered their marriage on January 7.[18] On December 28, 2013, at a press conference, they announced they had divorced.[19]

Drug arrest and trial[edit]

On November 16, 2019, Sawajiri was arrested on suspicion of possessing MDMA at her home page.[20][21] She reportedly admitted to lớn using drugs for the past 10 years, including marijuana, LSD and cocaine.[22] During her criminal trial on January 31, 2020, Sawajiri pled guilty to lớn the charges and admitted she had been using drugs since she was 19 years old.[23] On February 6, 2020, the Tokyo District Court sentenced her to lớn 18 months in prison, suspended for three years.[14]

Public image[edit]

During the premiere for Closed Note on September 29, 2007, Sawajiri, seemingly unhappy with the film, gave terse answers to lớn the reporters.[24] Subsequently, her actions were widely criticized for disrespecting her co-stars and the staff of the film.[5] She issued an apology on her trang web and during her interview on Super Morning, where she also denied the rumors that she was being suspended by her management.[5][25][26] The incident, compounded with Sawajiri's relationship with Takashiro, affected her public image greatly,[5] and she withdrew her appearance at the Busan International Film Festival because of it.[27] She later abruptly put her acting career on hiatus and Stardust Promotion eventually dropped her as an act in 2009.[5] On September 1, 2010, in an interview with CNN Go, Sawajiri regretted apologizing and claimed that her management had pressured her to lớn bởi ví.[5] Since the incident, the phrase "None, really" (別に, Betsu ni), one of her responses to lớn the reporters, became a viral phenomenon,[24] and she was featured in a Snickers commercial in 2011 parodying herself.[28]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Note
2004 Mondai no nai Watashitachi Maki Shintani
2005 Break Through! Lee Kyung-ja
Ashurajō no Hitomi Yachi
Shinobi: Heart Under Blade Hotarubi
2006 Mamiya Kyodai Naomi Honma
Sugar & Spice Noriko Watanabe
Ghost Train Nana
The Angel's Egg Natsuki Saito
Tegami Yumiko Iraishi
2007 Closed Note Kae Horii   
2012 Helter Skelter Ririko  
2015 Shinjuku Swan Ageha  
2018 Impossibility Defense Tada
The Cat In His Arms Saori
Eating Women Keiko Komugita
Million Dollar Man Towako Yasuda
2019 No Longer Human Shizuko Ōta

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network Note
2003 Hotman Satsuki Akikawa TBS
Hitonatsu no Papa e Satsuki TBS
NorthPoint Friends Mami Iwasa UHB
2004 Sakura Saku made Naoko Hayashi MBS
Fuyuzora ni Tsuki wa Kagayaku Misa Takano CX
Cheers: Tenko e no Oenka Yukari Akikawa NTV
Mumei TBS
2005 Aikurushii Honoka Kizaki TBS
1 Litre of Tears Aya Ikeuchi CX Lead role
The Winds of God Misaki Ohara EX
2006 Tenshi no Hashigo Natsuki Saito CX
Taiyō no Uta Kaoru Amane TBS Lead role
2012 L et M: Watashi ga Anata o Ai suru Riyu Eru and Emu BeeTV Lead role
Akujo ni Tsuite Tomikoji Kimiko/Suzuki Kimiko TBS Lead role
2013 Tokeiya no Musume Ryo Miyahara TBS Lead role
2014 First Class Chinami Yoshinari CX Lead role
First Class 2 Chinami Yoshinari CX Lead role
2015 Yōkoso, Wagaya e Asuka Kandori CX
2016 Ōoku Omiyo and Ume CX Lead role
Moumoku no Yoshinori-sensei: Hikari wo Ushinatte Kokoro ga Mieta Mayumi Arai NTV
2017 Haha ni Naru Yui Kashiwazaki NTV Lead role
2018 The Vultures Takako Matsudaira[29] EX
2019 Shiroi Kyotō Keiko Hanamori EX [30]

Music videos[edit]

Year Singer Title Remarks
2003 Kishidan Secret Love Story -
Zeebra feat. Hiro Big Big Money -
2005 Rip Slyme Hey! Brother Theme tuy nhiên of Mamiya kyodai
2006 Kaoru Amane A Song to lớn the Sun (タイヨウのウタ, Taiyō no Uta) Theme tuy nhiên of A Song to lớn the Sun
Kaoru Amane Stay With Me Insert tuy nhiên of A Song to lớn the Sun
Miliyah Kato I Will Theme tuy nhiên of Otoshimono
SunSet Swish Kimi ga Iru kara 君がいるから Theme tuy nhiên of Tentama
Hitomi Takahashi Komorebi Theme tuy nhiên of Tegami
2007 Yui Love & Truth Theme tuy nhiên of Closed Note

Variety shows[edit]

Year Variety Show Broadcasting Company
2001 Harajuku Ronchazu -
2002 The Night of Hit Parade Nihon Television
Super VIP -
2002–2003 B-1 TBS
2003–2004 Aidoru wa -
Unknown Mecha x2 Ikederu! -

DVDs[edit]

Year DVD Publisher
2002 Cava? Wani Book
2003 D-Splash! -
Erica 学習研究
2005 Color For-side.com

Publications[edit]

Year Book title Publisher
2003 P-chu! Wani Book
2004 Erika 学習研究
2007 Erika2007 SDP

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Awards and accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2001 Young Jump Uniform Collection Runner up Won
2002 Fuji TV Visual Queen of the Year Visual Queen of the Year Won
2005 18th Nikkan Sports Movie Award Best Newcomer Award Break Through! Won[31]
30th Hochi Movie Award Won[32]
2006 27th Yokohama Film Festival Best New Talent Break Through!, Shinobi: Heart Under Blade Won[33]
79th Kinema Junpo Award Best Newcomer Award [Female] Break Through!, Ashurajō no Hitomi, Shinobi: Heart Under Blade Won[34]
29th nhật bản Academy Film Prize Break Through! Won[35]
15th Tokyo Sports Movie Award Best Newcomer Award Break Through!, Shinobi: Heart Under Blade Won[36]
2006 Elan d'or Awards 1 Litre of Tears Won[37]
43rd Golden Arrow Award Won[38]
2013 36th nhật bản Academy Film Prize Best Leading Actress Helter Skelter Nominated[12]

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External links[edit]

  • Erika Sawajiri Official Website (in Japanese)
  • Erika Sawajiri Official Website (Avex Management) (in Japanese)
  • Kaoru Amane Official Website (in Japanese)
  • Erika Sawajiri at IMDb