Kou Shibasaki

Kou Shibasaki

Highest Rated: 87% Battle Royale (2000)

Lowest Rated: 44% One Missed Call (2003)

Birthday: Aug 5, 1981

Birthplace: Toshima, Tokyo

Born Yamamura Yukie, she was discovered at 14 by a star agent, and worked in many TV shows and commercials. Her stage name is taken from the main character of Junko Kawakami's manga Golden Delicious Apple Sherbet.She became famous outside Japan for her role in Battle Royale (2000), where she performed the cold-hearted Mitsuko Souma; her acting career took off with this movie, and now she is well known in East Asia.In 2002, she started her singing career with her first single Trust my Feelings, but her singing skills have been only recognized with her second single Tsuki no shizuku (used for the movie Yomigaeri), which was one of the best J-Pop hits of 2003.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Shin kyûseishu densetsu Hokuto no Ken: Raô den - Gekitô no shô (Fist of the North Star:) Actor 2007
No Score Yet Dororo Dororo 2007
No Score Yet Nihon chinbotsu (The Sinking of Japan) Actor 2006
No Score Yet Shin kyûseishu densetsu Hokuto no Ken: Raô den - Jun'ai (Fist of the North Star: New Saviour Legend) Actor 2006
No Score Yet Kenchô no hoshi (Star Reformer) (The Star of Prefecture Government) Actor 2006
No Score Yet Doomsday: The Sinking of Japan Actor 2006
No Score Yet Mezon do Himiko (La Maison de Himiko) Actor 2005
No Score Yet Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World Ritsuko Fujimura 2004
44% One Missed Call Actor 2003
No Score Yet Drive Actor 2002
No Score Yet Kakashi (Scarecrow) Actor 2001
No Score Yet Go Sakurai 2001
87% Battle Royale Mitsuko Souma 2000
No Score Yet Tokyo gomi onna (Tokyo Garbage Girl) (Tokyo Trash Baby) Actor 2000

QUOTES FROM Kou Shibasaki CHARACTERS

Mitsuko Souma says: Why not kill? Everyone has their issues.

Mika says: Rivers of blood and mountains of corpses will not stand in our way.

Witch says: Rivers of blood and mountains of corpses will not stand in our way.

Mitsuko Souma says: (In her head), I just don't want to be a loser anymore.

Mitsuko Souma says: [in her head] I just don't want to be a loser anymore.