|Born||Audrie Kiko Daniel
October 15, 1990
Dallas, Texas, United States
|Occupation||Model, actress, singer|
|Height||5 ft 6.1 in (1.68 m)|
|Shoe size||23 cm|
Audrie Kiko Daniel born October 15, 1990 in Dallas, Texas USA, Hometown: Kobe, Hyogo, Japan Her birth name is Noriko Daniel better known by her stage name Kiko Mizuhara (水原 希子 Mizuhara Kiko ), is an American/Korean model, actress and singer based in Tokyo. Kiko's father is American and her mother is Korean. Kiko and her family moved to Kobe, Japan. When Kiko was 13-years-old(2003), her parents divorced and she lived with her mother. She is a former exclusive model for the Japanese magazine ViVi and the Japanese edition of Seventeen. Her nationality is USA. In 2003, Kiko Mizuhara participated at an audition for fashion magazine Seventeen.At the audition, Kiko Mizuhara was picked as Miss Seventeen and became an exclusive model for Seventeen magazine for the next 3 years. In July 2007, Kiko Mizuhara became an exclusive model for fashion magazine ViVi.
Mizuhara co-starred in Tran Anh Hung's Norwegian Wood (2010) with Kenichi Matsuyama and Rinko Kikuchi. She played a supporting role in Mika Ninagawa's Helter Skelter (2012), which is based on the award-winning comic of the same name by Kyoko Okazaki.
- Norwegian Wood (2010)
- Helter Skelter (2012)
- I'm Flash! (2012)
- Platinum Data (2013)
- Trick The Movie: Last Stage (2014)
- Yae no Sakura (2013)
- The Burning Plain EP (2011)
- Kiko (2010)
- Girl (2012)
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- Schilling, Mark (15 March 2013). "'Purachina Deta (Platinum Data)' - The Japan Times". The Japan Times.
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