Yoshitaka Yuriko (1988)

Yoshitaka Yuriko (1988)

Other Name: 吉高由里子 よしたか ゆりこ 요시타카 유리코 Yuriko Yoshitaka Ёситака, Юрико

Age: 36

Birthday: July, 22, 1988

Nationality: Tokyo, Japan

Height: 157 CM

Zodiac sign: Cancer

Yoshitaka Yuriko, born in Tokyo, is a Japanese actress who is represented by the Japanese agency Amuse.

Yoshitaka made her acting debut in 2006. She was given the lead role in the live-action adaptation of Hitomi Kanehara's award-winning novel "Snakes and Earrings" in 2007. While she was preparing for her role in "Snakes and Earrings", Yoshitaka was involved in a traffic accident in September 2007, causing her to fracture her jaw. She stayed in the ICU for five days as a result. Nonetheless, that was Yoshitaka's breakthrough role.

The Japanese public began to take notice of her, and in a poll conducted by Oricon, Yoshitaka was the fifth promising young actress of 2009 and 2009's freshest female celebrity. In 2010, Oricon again conducted a poll on the most promising actress, and she managed to climb up to top the poll.

Yoshitaka began to receive more work in 2008 as she appeared in Flow's music video "Arigatou ("Thanks"), was given her first lead role in the comedy-drama Konno-san to Asobo ("Let's Play with Konno-san") and took up the lead role in the film Yubae Shoujo ("A Girl in the Sunset") before the theatrical release of her other lead film "Snakes and Earrings".

(Source: Wikipedia)

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