Adeyto

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Adeyto Rex Angeli
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Background information
Born (1976-12-03) 3 December 1976 (age 37)
Genres French Pop/Alternative/Art rock
Years active 1999 – present
Labels AVEX Trax
Website http://adeyto.com/

Adeyto (also known as Adeyto Rex Angeli and Laura Windrath) (born 3 December 1976) is an artist, singer-songwriter, actress, director, photographer, university professor, and fashion designer.

Biography[edit]

Adeyto was born in Strasbourg, France, to a German father and French mother.[1]

Adeyto started acting at the age of 8. She moved to Japan in 1998,[1] and has appeared in Japanese TV serials, movies and was regular[2] on major variety shows like Waratte Iitomo and Sma-Station[3]

As a photographer[4] and cinematographer[5] Adeyto Rex Angeli works behind the camera. She was responsible for the cover photography for Akino Arai's 2008 single "Kin no nami sen no nami".[6]

Self portrait

In 2005, she designed the stage costumes for the La Stella players of the opera La bohème presented the same year in Tokyo.[7]

From July 2009, Adeyto became a professor at the University of Creation; Art, Music & Social Work.[8]

As of 2012, producer Sir Ridley Scott chose Adeyto to be co-director & cinematographer for the upcoming film 『JAPAN IN A DAY [ジャパン イン ア デイ]』to be released worldwide in 2013.[9][10] The film reflects the life in Japan on 3.11.2012, a year after the tragic East-Japan Earthquake and will be nationwide in cinemas from 11.3.2012.[11] Japan in a Day is also the opening film for the 25th Tokyo International Film Festival.[12]

Music[edit]

Adeyto has released music video DVDs, including Greed (2007), and End of the Word, The Mortal, and The Bridge (all in 2006). She was also the lead singer and songwriter for a band named Genetic Sovereign, based in Tokyo, which recorded the albums Luminary in 2004 and Tempus Aurum in 2005.

Her major album "Adeyto – Temptation de l'Ange" is released by AVEX Trax in November 2008. In 2008, she also appeared as a DJ on the stage at the Tokyo Dome for X Japan's World Tour I.V Towards Destruction and sang for AVEX 20th Anniversary Club Legend Juliana's Tokyo.[2]

Filmography[edit]

  • Meoto Manzai (2001) as Emma[13]
  • Hi wa mata noboru (2002) as secretary[14]
  • Returner (2002) as future technician (credited as Laura Windrash[sic])[15]
  • College of Our Lives (2003) aka Collage of Our Lives and Renai Shashin (Japan) as girl in NY church[16]
  • Get Up! (2003) as Marilyn Monroe[17]
  • Umizaru (2004) aka Sea Monkey (USA) as fashion model[18]
  • Peanuts (2006) as Itetsu's wife Toscania[19]
  • Die Silbermaske (2006) as Elis[20]
  • Sushi King Goes to New York (2008) as blonde judge[21]
  • Detroit Metal City (2008) as Gene Simmons Girlfriend[22]
  • Japan in a day (2013) as Adeyto[23]

Television appearances[edit]

Drama[edit]

  • Namida wo Fuite (2000) as Catherine – FujiTV[24]
  • A side B – Simulation Garage (2001) as Susannah – BS-i[25]
  • A side B – Counseling Booth (2001) as Susannah – BS-i[26]
  • The Apartment (2002) as Nancy – TBS[27]
  • Hatsu Taiken (2002) as Movie Star – FujiTV[28]
  • Yanpapa (2002) as Jessica – TBS[29]
  • Jiku Keisatsu 2 (2002) as Marilyn Monroe – NTV[30]
  • A side B – Simulation Garage (2003) as Susannah – TBS[31][32]
  • Kanjo ga shinjatta (2004) as Italian lady – NTV[33]
  • Yonimo kimyō na monogatari: Aki no tokubetsu hen (2005) as "Bijo Kan" no Bijo – FujiTV[34]
  • Primadam (2006) as Prof. Sophie – NTV[35]
  • Ikiru (2007) as Anna – TV Asahi[17]
  • Yama Onna Kabe Onna (2007) as on-set French coach – FujiTV[36]
  • Mop Girl (2007) as Dr. Nastazia – TV Asahi[17]
  • First Kiss (2007) – FujiTV[37]
  • Yūkan Club (2007) as Sophie-Catherine – NTV[38]
  • Scrap Teacher (2008) as Claudia – NTV[39]

Variety shows[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d ルックス最高…フランス人演歌歌手の人気急上昇中, 16 April 2008, accessed 7 May 2008. (Japanese)
  2. ^ a b c Adeyto profile by AVEX Entertainment, accessed 20 October 2008 (Japanese)
  3. ^ Adeyto artist bio by Barks news, accessed 9 November 2009 (Japanese)
  4. ^ Christian Plouvier Flutissimo album, 14 June 2006, accessed 10 May 2008 (English)[dead link]
  5. ^ Kigyoujuku Magazine interview, August 2007, accessed 12 May 2008 (Japanese)
  6. ^ Arai Akino "Kin no nami Sen no nami" single, 23 January 2008, accessed 10 May 2008 (French)[dead link]
  7. ^ Information page, accessed 7 May 2008 (Japanese)
  8. ^ 創造学園大学 Souzou Gakuen University. Retrieved 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  9. ^ Japan in a Day official site. Retrieved 29 October 2012 (Japanese)
  10. ^ Japan in a Day IMDb. Retrieved 29 October 2012 (English)
  11. ^ Yomiuri Shimbun. Retrieved 29 October 2012 (Japanese)
  12. ^ 第25回東京国際映画祭. Retrieved 29 October 2012 (Japanese)
  13. ^ "Meoto manzai" on Internet Movie Database, accessed 8 May 2008
  14. ^ "Hi wa mata noboru" on Internet Movie Database, accessed 8 May 2008
  15. ^ Returner/リターナー みんなのシネマレビュー, accessed 7 May 2008 (Japanese)
  16. ^ "Renai Shashin" on Internet Movie Database, accessed 8 May 2008
  17. ^ a b c Simple Biscuit Life, accessed 7 May 2008 (Japanese)
  18. ^ "Umizaru" on Internet Movie Database, accessed 8 May 2008
  19. ^ ウッチャンが映画監督・内村光良としてデビューした「ピーナッツ」内村監督のもと、“内P”組が大奮闘した野球映画に注目! (interview with Teruyoshi Uchimura) (Japanese)
  20. ^ Die Silbermaske cast list, accessed 7 May 2008 (Japanese)[dead link]
  21. ^ "Ginmaku ban Sushi ōji!: Nyūyōku e iku" on Internet Movie Database, accessed 8 May 2008
  22. ^ "Detroit Metal City" on Internet Movie Database, accessed 8 May 2008
  23. ^ "Japan in a day" on Internet Movie Database, accessed 29 October 2012
  24. ^ Ep.Tabidachi IMDb. Retrieved 8 November 2009.
  25. ^ "Simulation garage" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  26. ^ "Counseling booth" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  27. ^ "The Apartment" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  28. ^ "Hatsutaiken" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  29. ^ "Yanpapa" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  30. ^ "Jiku keisatsu" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  31. ^ "A side B" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  32. ^ "A side B" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  33. ^ "Kanojo ga shinjatta" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  34. ^ "Yonimo kimyouna monogatari" IMDb. Retrieved 8 November 2009.
  35. ^ "Primadam" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  36. ^ "Yama onna kabe onna" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  37. ^ "First Kiss" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  38. ^ "Yukan Club" TV Drama DB, accessed 8 November 2009 (Japanese)
  39. ^ IMDb. Retrieved 8 November 2009.
  40. ^ "Sma-Station" TV Asahi. Retrieved 9 November 2009.
  41. ^ "Out & About" NHK International, accessed 26 May 2008
  42. ^ NHK World "Out & About". Retrieved 13 July 2009.

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