Keiko Kishi is a Japanese actress, writer, and UNFPA Goodwill Ambassador.
|Born:||August 11, 1932, Yokohama, Japan|
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About Keiko Kishi
She has appeared in numerous films, including Kah-chan, for which she won a Japan Academy Prize in the Best Actress category.
Keiko Kishi Before Fame
She was born in Yokohama and made her acting debut in 1951.
Achievement of Keiko Kishi
She became a Goodwill Ambassador for the UNFPA in 1996.
Keiko Kishi Family Life
She was married to French director Yves Ciampi from 1957 until 1975 and they had a daughter, Delphine Ciampi, in 1963.
Associations of Keiko Kishi
She is a famous Japanese actress like Chiaki Kuriyama.
Information related to Keiko Kishi
- Japanese expatriates in France
- Recipients of the Order of the Rising Sun, 4th class
- Japanese film actresses
- 20th-century Japanese actresses