Shûsaku Endô

Shûsaku Endô

writer, actor, producer

Shûsaku Endô was born on Mar 27, 1923 in Japan. Shûsaku Endô's big-screen debut came with Hymn to a Tired Man directed by Masaki Kobayashi in 1968. Shûsaku Endô is known for Silence directed by Martin Scorsese, Andrew Garfield stars as Rodrigues and Adam Driver as Garupe. The most recent award Shûsaku Endô achieved is Awards of the Japanese Academy. The upcoming new movie Shûsaku Endô plays is Silence which will be released on Jan 13, 2017.

Shûsaku Endô was born on March 27, 1923 in Sugamo, Tokyo, Japan. He was a writer and actor, known for Umi to dokuyaku (1986), Silence (2016) and Adieu, clarté d'été (1976). He was previously married to Okada Junko. He died on September 29, 1996 in Tokyo, Japan.

  • Birthday

    Mar 27, 1923
  • Place of Birth

    Sugamo, Tokyo, Japan

Known For


1 wins & 0 nominations

Awards of the Japanese Academy
Umi to dokuyaku (1986)
Winner - Special Award