Ai Kato

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Ai Kato
Kato Ai, Japanese actress.jpg
Ai Kato in Tokyo, April 2007
Native name 加藤 あい
Born (1982-12-12) December 12, 1982 (age 31)
Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1997–present
Agent Someday
Height 1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)
Website
http://www.someday.bz/kato-ai/

Ai Kato (加藤 あい Katō Ai?, born December 12, 1982 in Aichi Prefecture) is a Japanese actress and model.

Around 2003, a video of her bathing at an onsen (hot spring) surfaced on the internet. It was taken with a hidden camera and is believed to have been a botched extortion attempt by the Yakuza.[1]

Filmography[edit]

TV dramas[edit]

  • Gift (1997)
  • P.A. Private Actress (1998)
  • Sweet Devil (1998)
  • Seija no Kōshin (1998)
  • Abunai Hokago (1999)
  • Best Friend (1999)
  • Naniwa Kinyudo 5 (2000)
  • Ikebukuro West Gate Park (2000)
  • Manatsu no Merry Christmas (2000)
  • Tengoku ni Ichiban Chikai Otoko 2 (2001)
  • Kizudarake no Love Song (2001)
  • My Little Chef (2002, ep6)
  • Yan Papa (2002)
  • Kimi ga Omoide ni Naru Mae ni (2004)
  • Fuufu (2004)
  • Otouto (2004)
  • Umizaru Evolution (2005)
  • Hiroshima Showa 20 nen 8 Gatsu Muika (2005)
  • Haken no Hinkaku (2007)
  • Dream Again (2007)
  • Scrap Teacher (2008)
  • Kami no Shizuku (2009, ep2)
  • Majo Saiban (2009)
  • Keiji no Genba 2 (2009)
  • Hataraku Gon! (2009)
  • General Rouge no Gaisen (2010)
  • Unubore Deka (2010, ep1)
  • Face Maker (2010, ep1)
  • Brutus no Shinzo (2011)
  • Suna no Utsuwa 2011 (2011)
  • Hikaru Hekiga (2011)
  • Taira no Kiyomori (2012)
  • Seinaru Kaibutsutachi (2012)
  • Strawberry Night (2012, ep6)
  • Mikeneko Holmes no Suiri (2012, ep3-4)
  • Higashino Keigo Mysteries (2012, Story 5)
  • Cheap Flight (2013)
  • Kyokuhoku Rhapsody (2013)[5]
  • Gochisousan (2013)
  • Umi no Ue no Shinryojo (2013, ep 1)
  • Dr. DMAT (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ai's hot spring skinny dip exposes slippery underworld". Mainichi Daily News. Japan: The Mainichi Newspapers. 3 January 2004. Archived from the original on 29 September 2007. Retrieved 8 June 2013. 
  2. ^ "Cast/Staff". The Last Message official website (in Japanese). Japan: Fuji TV. 2010. Retrieved 8 June 2013. 
  3. ^ "Another". Official website (in Japanese). Japan. 2012. Retrieved 8 June 2013. 
  4. ^ "Team Batista Final". Official website (in Japanese). Japan. 2014. Retrieved 7 April 2014. 
  5. ^ "極北ラブソディ" [Kyokuhoku Rhapsody] (in Japanese). Japan: NHK. 2013. Retrieved 8 June 2013. 

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