Kumi Mizuno (水野 久美, born Maya Igarashi Mizuno Kumi) (五十嵐 麻耶, is a Igarashi Maya)Japanese actress. Despite the large number of films she appeared in early on in her career, Mizuno is best known for her roles in Toho's 1960's kaiju films Matango, Frankenstein vs. Baragon, Invasion of Astro-Monster, Ebirah, Horror of the Deep, and The War of the Gargantuas. Her most iconic role is undoubtedly that of the Xilien agent Namikawa in Invasion of Astro-Monster. She became such a cult figure among kaiju fans that Toho brought her back in 2002 to play a role in Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla and again in 2004 for Godzilla Final Wars. Mizuno also appeared in Toho's 2009 stage adaptation of its 1960 science fiction film The Human Vapor.
- The Three Treasures (1959) as Azami
- Gorath (1962) as Takiko Nomura
- Matango (1963) as Mami Sekiguchi
- Frankenstein vs. Baragon (1965) as Sueko Togami
- Invasion of Astro-Monster (1965) as Namikawa
- Ebirah, Horror of the Deep (1966) as Dayo
- The War of the Gargantuas (1966) as Akemi Togawa
- The Killing Bottle (1967) as X2
- Toho Unused Special Effects Complete Collection (1986) as Narrator
- Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla (2002) as Prime Minister Machiko Tsuge
- Godzilla Final Wars (2004) as Earth Defense Force Commander Reiko Namikawa
- Godzilla's Leading Ladies (2020)
Kumi Mizuno as Namikawa in Invasion of Astro-Monster
Kumi Mizuno as Akemi Togawa in The War of the Gargantuas
Kumi Mizuno as Earth Defense Force Commander Reiko Namikawa in Godzilla Final Wars
Kumi Mizuno with the FinalGoji suit
Mizuno with Ishiro Honda
- Mizuno replaced Noriko Takahashi as Dayo in Ebirah, Horror of the Deep after she fell ill with appendicitis during production.
- Mizuno was part of the cast of a 2009 stage play based on The Human Vapor, produced by Toho.
- 2002 interview by Tamao Urayama, Tomohiro Machiyama, and Patrick Macias
- 2012 interview by Brett Homenick
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