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Keiko Takeshita’s height is 5ft 1.75in (1.57 m)

Keiko Takeshita is a Japanese actress. She starred in the Japanese version of From Up on Poppy Hill as Hana Matsuzaki.

Best Known For Movie: From Up on Poppy Hill
Height: 5ft 1.75in (1.57 m)
Born: September 15, 1953 , Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Filmography: Yuzuriha no koro (2015), Kôbe zaijû (2015), Sazae-san: Anime & Drama de 2 jikan han special (2013), Asaki yumemishi – yaoya oshichi ibun (2013), The Wind Rises (2013), Keiji 110 kiro (2013), Yoake no Lullaby (2012), Chûgakusei nikki (2012), Onna sandai Kisaragi houritsu jimusho: Kanmokusuru onna (2012), Hasami (2012), Clouds Over the Hill (2009-2011), The Detective Is in the Bar (2011), Kurumi no heya (2011), From Up on Poppy Hill (2011), Red Dead Wagon 27: Whispers of the Witch (2011), Sazae-san 3 (2011), Leonie (2010), Unubore deka (2010), Sazae-san 2 (2010), The Secret World of Arrietty (2010), My Husband is a Cartoonist (2010), Kenshoukin: Mokugeki shougen ni sanzenman’en kaketa onna (2010), Sazae san (2009), Haha no okurimono (2009), Chichi kara no tegami (2007), Kekkon 2: Keikaken yukawa aiko no kantei fairu (2007), Konnichiha, kâsan (2007), Kokotsu no hito (2006), Watashi ga watashi de aru tame ni (2006), Wagahai wa shufu de aru (2006), Oitsumeru (2006), Black Jack: Two Doctors in Black (2005), The Glass Rabbit (2005), Ishii no otousan arigato (2005), Ôdâ meido: Shiawaseiro no shinshifukuten (2004), Hi no tori (2004), Bunshiro and Fuku (2003), Kita no kuni kara 2002 yuigon (2002), Friends (2002), Sennen no koi – Hikaru Genji monogatari (2001), Satsui no hate ni: Hida takayama fujin kôsatsu jiken (2001), Kita no kuni kara ’98 jidai (1998), Tsukisoibito no uta (1998), Môri Motonari (1997), The Day the Earth Moved (1997), Setsunai haru (1995), A C࡬ass to Remember (1994), Piano (1994), Bokyo (1993), Ahiru no uta ga kikoete kuru yo. (1993), Oka no ue no himawari (1993), Kita no kuni kara ’92 sudachi (1992), Genji monogatari (1991), Otoko wa tsurai yo: Torajiro kokoro no tabiji (1989), Kita no kuni kara ’89 kikyo (1989), Kurumi no heya (1989), Tora-san Goes North (1987), Kita no kuni kara ’87 hatsukoi (1987), Dokugan-ryu Masamune (1987), Kita no kuni kara ’84 natsu (1984), Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983), Seibo Momoko no junan (1983), Matsumoto Seichô no Zero no shôten (1983), Kita no kuni kara ’83 fuyu (1983), Jûni nenkan no uso: Chichi to mitsu no nagareru chi yo (1982), The Kidnap Blues (1982), Asuka e, soshite mada minu ko e (1982), Kita no kuni kara (1981), Swan Lake (1981), Tokyo Daijishin Magnitude 8.1 (1980), Tensaiga no onna (1980), Space Firebird (1980), The Last Game (1979), The Three Undelivered Letters (1979), Blue Christmas (1978), Yokomizo Seishi shirîzu (1978), Shag (1978), Ningen no shômei (1977), Akai gekiryû (1977), Hissatsu shiokiya kagyô (1976), Preparation for the Festival (1975), Nihon ninkyo-do: gekitotsu-hen (1975), Don’t Turn Back, Tsurukichi (1974), Ôedo sôsamô (1974), Tetsuko’s Room (2013), Kagayaku inochi III (2007), Kagayaku inochi II (2006), Atsumi Kiyoshi no Tora-san kinzoku 25 nen (1995), 24 Hour Television: Love Saves the Earth (1978), Quiz Derby (1976).
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Occupation: Actress
Spouse: Teruo Sekiguchi (m. 1984)
Parents: Shigeto Takeshita
Nominations: Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

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