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Mie Hama
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    (November 20, 1943- )
    Born in Tokyo, Japan
    Portrayed Kissy Suzuki in 'You Only Live Twice' (1967)
    Also appeared in 'King Kong vs. Godzilla' (1962), '47 Ronin' (1962), 'Wings Over the Pacific' (1963), 'The Lost World of Sinbad' (1963), 'Frankenstein Conquers the World' (1965), 'What's Up Tiger Lily?' (1966), 'King Kong Escapes' (1967), 'Crazy Cats' (1967) and 'Go For It! Young Guy' (1975)
    First name pronounced 'Mee-yay'
    Has been called the Japanese Brigitte Bardot
    When the producers of 'You Only Live Twice' threatened to fire her because she was not learning English quickly enough, she replied that she would have to commit ritual suicide because of the shame.
    The producers kept her and overdubbed her voice.
    When she left the movies, she said, 'I've never done anything I really wanted to do.'
    She was working as a bus fare collector when she was discovered by a producer from Toho Studios.
    She was the first Asian Bond girl.
    She and several other actresses from 'You Only Live Twice' were the first Asians to pose for Playboy, in a pictorial titled '007's Oriental Eyefuls.'
    After leaving films, she became a successful talk show host and an environmental activist.

Credit: C. Fishel

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