Keiko Kishi / 岸恵子
She made her acting debut in 1951. In the 1950s David Lean had proposed her for the main role in The Wind Cannot Read about a Japanese language instructor in India circa 1943 who falls in love with a British officer, but the project fell through. Kishi married the French director Yves Ciampi in 1957, and commuted for a while between Paris and Japan to continue her acting career. In 1963 a daughter, Delphine Ciampi, a musician and composer, was born. She divorced her husband in 1975.