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Chieko Baisho’s height is 5ft 2.5in (1.59 m)

Chieko Baisho is a Japanese actress and singer. In Japan, she is well known for her performance as Sakura in the Otoko wa Tsurai yo series from 1969 until 1995. In addition, she has acted in many films directed by Yōji Yamada since the 1960s.

Chieko Baisho

Best Known For Movie: Howl’s Moving Castle
Born: June 29, 1941 , Kita, Tokyo, Japan
Filmography: The Little House (2014), It All Began When I Met You (2013), Tokyo Newcomer (2013), Hameln (2013), Twenty-Four Eyes (2013), The Yellow Handkerchief (2011), Zatoichi: The Last (2010), Shirahata no shoujo (2009), Honokaa Boy (2009), Kabei: Our Mother (2008), A Heartful of Love (2005), O_chi (2005), Grandia III (2005), The Hidden Blade (2004), Howl’s Moving Castle (2004), Tracing the Gray Summer (2001), Suzuran (1999), Janguru taitei (1997), Niji o tsukamu otoko (1996), Otoko wa tsurai yo: Torajiro kurenai no hana (1995), Otoko wa tsurai yo: Haikei, Kuruma Torajiro sama (1994), Otoko wa tsurai yo: Torajiro no endan (1993), Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992), Tora-san Confesses (1991), Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990), Otoko wa tsurai yo: Boku no ojisan (1989), Otoko wa tsurai yo: Torajiro kokoro no tabiji (1989), Senba-zuru (1989), Tora-san’s Salad-Day Memorial (1988), Hope and Pain (1988), Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987), Tora-san Goes North (1987), Tora-san’s Bluebird Fantasy (1986), Women Who Do Not Divorce (1986), Final Take: The Golden Age of Movies (1986), Lost in the Wilderness (1986), Shimura Ken no Bakatonosama (1986), Tora-san’s Island Encounter (1985), Tora-san, the Go-between (1985), Tora-san’s Forbidden Love (1984), Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984), Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983), Tora-san’s Song of Love (1983), Unico in the Island of Magic (1983), Keiji monogatari 2 – Ringo no uta (1983), Tora-san, the Expert (1982), Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982), Tora-san’s Promise (1981), Kirigirisu (1981), Station (1981), Tora-san’s Love in Osaka (1981), Kidô senshi Gandamu (1981), Unico (1981), Otoko wa tsurai yo: Torajiro kamome uta (1980), 24 Eyes (1980), Tora’s Tropical Fever (1980), A Distant Cry from Spring (1980), Tora-san’s Dream of Spring (1979), Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979), Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978), Watashi wa umi (1978), Stage-struck Tora-san (1978), Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977), Aniki (1977), The Yellow Handkerchief (1977), Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977), The Bride (1977), Tora’s Pure Love (1976), Tora-san’s Sunrise and Sunset (1976), The Village (1976), Two Iida (1976), Tora-san, the Intellectual (1975), Tora-san’s Rise and Fall (1975), Tora-san’s Lullaby (1974), Tora-san’s Lovesick (1974), Tokyo do mannaka (1974), Tora-san Loves an Artist (1973), Tora-san’s Forget Me Not (1973), Aa koe naki tomo (1972), Tora-san’s Dream-Come-True (1972), Tora-san’s Dear Old Home (1972), Home from the Sea (1972), Tora-san’s Love Call (1971), Tora-san, the Good Samaritan (1971), Kigeki Kaiun ryokô (1971), Tora-san’s Shattered Romance (1971), Where Spring Comes Late (1970), Oh My Comrade (1970), Tora-san’s Runaway (1970), Yosakoi Journey (1970), Tora-san’s Grand Scheme (1970), Tora-san, His Tender Love (1970), Tora-San’s Cherished Mother (1969), Am I Trying (1969), Topsy-Turvy Journey (1969), Kigeki ippatsu dai hisshou (1969), I, the Executioner (1968), Hakuchû dôdô (1968), Junjô nijûsô (1967), Âa Kimi ga Ai (1967), Ai no Sanka (1967), Mother and Her Eleven Children (1966), Natsukashii furaibo (1966), Koi to namida no taiyô (1966), Warm Current (1966), Un ga yokerya (1966), Kiri no hata (1965), Samurai from Nowhere (1964), Tsukiyo no wataridori (1963), The Night I Want to Dance (1963), Shitamachi no taiyô (1963), Sing, Young People! (1963), Ballad of a Worker (1962), Get Married, Mother (1962), Glory on the Summit (1962), Naite waratta hanayome (1962), Kaasan nagaiki shitene (1962), Our Marriage (1962), Yopparai tengoku (1962), Noren to hanayome (1961), Furimuita hanayome (1961), Kumo ga chigireru toki (1961), Shitamachi no taiyô (1963), Gareki ni tatsu kiiroi hankachi – Yamada Yôji shinsai to mukiau (2012), Nippon kikô (2004), Today’s Close Up (1995-2001), Atsumi Kiyoshi no Tora-san kinzoku 25 nen (1995), Shimura Ken no daijoubudaâ (1987), The 5th Annual Japan Academy Awards (1982), The 4th Annual Japan Academy Awards (1981), The 1st Annual Japan Academy Awards (1978), The Making of ‘Honokaa Boy’ (2009).
Other Names: Chi’eko Baishô
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Occupation: Actress
Siblings: Mitsuko Baisho, Tetsuo Baisho, Akira Baisho
Spouse: Reijiro Koroku (m. 1993), Kengo Komiya (m. 1976–1980)
Awards: Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role,
Nominations: Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Height: 5ft 2.5in (1.59 m)

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