The actress Mina Mizuno, who was known for her role as Mina Miyazaki in the animated feature films Akira and Toaru Majutsu no Index, passed away on February 13, 2006.
The actress died of complications from lung cancer at the age of 37.
Her death was a huge shock to the anime community, as Mizuno had been in a relationship with Toshio Masaki since 2009.
A number of people, including Mizuno’s parents, expressed their grief over the actress’s death.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actor and his mother, Mina Miho, revealed that they were told that Mizuno died of lung cancer after they went to see her on December 10, 2006 in Osaka, Japan.
Mizuno had previously suffered from lung and heart disease.
She suffered from the lung disease in 2002, when she was only 19.
She had to undergo an experimental treatment called CELT.
In the process, she had lost more than 200 pounds.
Miyazaki is the grandson of the legendary Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa.
The Japanese filmmaker’s film, Toaru Senki, was one of the first films to be released in North America, and has since been a best-seller in the U.S. and the U.-K.
A shortlisted for the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
Mizu was born on June 26, 1931, in Tokyo.
She studied at the Tokyo National University of Art, Literature and Film, and at the Sorbonne in Paris before making her debut in the 1960s as a model.
She was awarded the Golden Lion for Best Actress in 1963, and later became a Japanese actress.
Miya Mizuno was born in Tokyo on June 4, 1935, to Mina Kiyoko Mizuno and Noboru Miyazaki.
She grew up in a household of two mothers and two fathers.
Her parents separated after Miyazaki was born, and she spent the first part of her childhood with her mother in Japan.
Her father moved to France, and her mother moved to the U-K.
Mii began her acting career when she made her debut on the television show Mina in 1968.
In 1974, she was nominated for the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for the role of Mina Takahashi, the lead in the popular film Shinsengumi.
She also won a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by a Japanese Actress in the film Akira in 1977, and in 1982 she was chosen to appear in the first episode of the Japanese TV drama Akira.
Mima Mizuno made her first film in 1975 with the role “Mima” in Tokyo’s Tōhoku region.
She later appeared in several more films, including the film Toaru Ninosuchi and the live-action television series Toaru Kagaku no Railgun.
In addition to her work as an actress, she also played the role in the Japanese television drama Akira as Minakami Momo, and as Minashige Momo in the anime Akira.
In 1984, she received an honorary Oscar for Best Film Editing for her work on the Japanese series Toei Animation’s anime adaptation of Akira.
She also received a Golden Lion Award for her performance in the television drama Tokyo Stories.
Mika Masayoshi is the granddaughter of Mitsuru Masayashi, one of Akira’s main directors.
Mika and her siblings were born in Hiroshima, Japan, in 1951.
After graduating from the Tokyo Central University, she attended a short-lived drama school, and then moved to Los Angeles to study English at UCLA.
She started acting in 1980.
In 1983, she made a dramatic film called The Life of a Man with a Wife, directed by Masayashiki.
She continued acting for two more years, appearing in many movies and television shows, including The Life and Death of Hattori Sakuraba, The Man in the Silver Mask, and The Legend of Zorro.
She has also starred in numerous anime films.
Her acting career continued after Akira, with her roles in films such as The Legend Of Zorros and The Last Samurai.
She appeared in a number of other anime films as well.
In 2009, she won the Golden Globes for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in the documentary Akira: The Movie, and was nominated in the Golden Gloves for Best Dramatic Achievement.
In 2010, she appeared in the TV drama Gekijōban Zoku no Otome: Yoroshiku no Kōhō (The Story of My Wife), as Minahiro Kaname.
She made her TV anime debut in 2012 in the drama Love Letter, which she starred in.
She then followed it up with a drama series called Kizumonogatari in 2013.
Mia Mizuno is one of many people who has been affected by the passing of Min