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Youki Kudoh

Youki Kudoh
Born (1971-01-17) January 17, 1971
Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Actress
Years active 1984–present

Youki Kudoh (工藤 夕貴 Kudō Yūki, born January 17, 1971) is a Japanese actress and singer. She won the award for best newcomer at the 6th Yokohama Film Festival for The Crazy Family.[1] She also won the award for best actress at the 16th Hochi Film Award for War and Youth.[2]

Contents

  • Filmography 1
  • Stage productions 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1984 The Crazy Family
(逆噴射家族 Gyakufunsha Kazoku)
Erika Kobayashi
1985 Congratulatory Speech
(祝辞 Shukuji)
Fusae Saotome
Typhoon Club
(台風クラブ Taifū Kurabu)
Rie Takami aka Taifu Club
1987 Honba jyoshikō manyuaru: Hatsukoi binetsu-hen
(本場ぢょしこうマニュアル 初恋微熱篇)
Michiko Sawaki
1988 Aoi sanmyaku '88
(青い山脈'88)
Shinko Terazawa
Labyrinth of Flower Garden
(花園の迷宮 Hanazono no meikyū)
Fuyumi
1989 Mystery Train Mitsuko
1991 War and Youth
(戦争と青春 Sensō to Seishun)
Yukari Hanafusa/Sakiko
1994 Picture Bride Riyo
1997 Heaven's Burning Midori
1999 Snow Falling on Cedars Hatsue Imada Miyamoto
2000 Blood: The Last Vampire Saya voice role
2001 The Chronicle Mina Shen TV series: episode Here There Be Dragons
2002 Undeclared Kikuki TV series: episode Hal and Hillary
2003 The Wind Carpet
(風の絨毯 Kaze no Jūtan)
Kinue Nagai also Associate Producer
2005 Memoirs of a Geisha Pumpkin
2006 Granny Gabai
(佐賀のがばいばあちゃん Saga no gabai-bāchan)
Mother
Masters of Horror Woman TV series: episode Imprint
2007 Rush Hour 3 Jasmine (Dragon Lady)
2008 L: Change the WorLd Kimiko Kujo (K)
2009 The Limits of Control Molecules
2012 Karakara Junko
2015 This Country's Sky Satoko's mother

Stage productions

References

  1. ^ 第6回ヨコハマ映画祭 1984年日本映画個人賞 (in Japanese).  
  2. ^ 報知映画賞ヒストリー (in Japanese). Cinema Hochi. Retrieved 2010-01-27. 

External links

  • Youki Kudoh's homepage (Japanese)
  • Youki Kudoh at the Internet Movie Database
  • by Youki KudohTIME Asia - Young Japan: Who Killed Our Culture? We Did


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