Kyoko Fukada

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Kyoko Fukada
深田 恭子
Kyoko Fukada - red carpet at Harry Potter 2007 Tokyo.jpg
Kyoko Fukada on the red carpet at the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix premier in Tokyo
Born (1982-11-02) November 2, 1982 (age 31)
Kita, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997—present
Website
http://www.kyoko-channel.com

Kyoko Fukada (深田 恭子 Fukada Kyōko?, born November 2, 1982) is a Japanese actress and singer. In Japan, her name is sometimes contracted to the nickname Fukakyon. She won the award for Best Actress at the Yokohama Film Festival for Kamikaze Girls.[1]

Biography[edit]

Fukada Kyoko was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan. She has a younger sister. Fukada debuted in 1997 with her first appearance in the television drama Sore ga Kotae da! as Kazune. Fukada appeared in her first movie Ring 2 as Kanae Sawaguchi in 1999 and in later in School Day of the Dead, released in 2000. That same year, she graduated from Horikoshi High School.

In 2002, she made an appearance in Dolls as Haruna. Fukada is also a J-pop singer and her debut single "The Last Fruit" led to her album Dear, both released in 1999.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Shinjuku Shōnen Tanteidan
1999 Ring 2 Kanae Sawaguchi
2000 Shisha no Gakuensai Lead role
2001 Tokyo Zansu Lead role
2002 Dolls Haruna
2003 Onmyoji II
2003 Like Asura Sakiko Jinnai
2004 Kamikaze Girls Momoko Ryugasaki Lead role
2006 Tenshi Tenshi Lead role
2006 Inugamike no Ichizoku
2009 Yatterman Doronjo
2009 Ururu no Mori no Monogatari Chie Shono
2010 Alice in Wonderland White Queen Japanese dub
2010 Renai Gikyoku: Watashi to Koi ni Ochite Kudasai Lead role
2011 Wild 7 Yuki Honma
2013 Roommate Reiko Nishimura
Drama
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Five Sanae Yodobashi/Kanae
1997 Sore ga Kotae da! Kazune Mizuno
1998 News no Onna Aya Uchida
1998 Kamisama, Mō Sukoshi Dake Masaki Kano
1999 Oni no Sumika Ayumi Kato Lead role
1999 To Heart: Koishite Shinitai Toko Miura
1999 Tengoku no Kiss Mika Izumisawa
2000 Soshite, Tomodachi Lead role, television special
2000 Imagine Yu Iijima Lead role with Hitomi Kuroki
2000 Food Fight Manami Tamura
2001 Strawberry on the Shortcake Yui Misawa
2001 Fighting Girl Sayoko Yoshida Lead role
2002 Friends Tomoko Asai Lead role, two-part television special
2002 First Love Kasumi Ezawa
2002 Remote Kurumi Ayaki Lead role
2002 Otōsan Kei Shindo
2003 Hakoiri Musume! Akari Komori Lead role
2004 Futari Mutsumi Kamagata Television special
2004 Kanojo ga Shinjatta Reiko Ishii
2004 Nōka no Yome ni Naritai Wako Yoshikawa Lead role
2004 Minami-kun no Koibito Chiyomi Lead role with Kazunari Ninomiya
2004 Xmas Nante Daikirai Fuyumi Kurihara Lead role
2004 Tokugawa Tsunayoshi: Inu to Yobareta Otoko Matsuko Jidaigeki television special
2005 Fugo Keiji Miwako Kanbe Lead role
2005 Shiawase ni Naritai! Hikari Asada Lead role with Yuki Matsushita
2005 Umeko Miyo Ota Lead role
2006 Akai Kiseki Rinko Sekiguchi Lead role
2006 Fugō Keiji 2 Miwako Kanbe Lead role
2007 Watashi no Atama no Naka no Keshigomu Kana Kono Lead role
2007 Yama Onna Kabe Onna Marie Mariya Lead role with Misaki Ito
2007 Kimi ga Kureta Natsu Tokiko Kizaki Television special
2007 Ikiru Sachi Odagiri
2007 Galileo Shizuko Episode 7 guest appearance
2007 Aoi Hitomi to Nuage Erika Ichinose Lead role
2008 Mirai Koshi Meguru Meguru Yoshida Lead role
2008 Gakkō ja Oshierarenai! Mai Aida Lead role
2009 Tenchijin Yodo-dono
2009 Kurobe no Taiyō Ayako Kawaguchi
2009 Karei naru Spy Dorothy
2010 Massugu na Otoko Narumi Kurita
2010 Second Virgin
2010 Genya Mifuyu Shinkai Lead role
2010 Natsu no Koi wa Nijiiro ni Kagayaku Episode 10 guest appearance[2]
2011 Sengyou Shufu Tantei ~Watashi wa Shadow Serina Asagi Lead Role
2012 Tairano Kiyomori Taira no tokiko
2012 Tokyo Airport ~Tôkyô Kûkô Kansei Hoanbu~ Kaori Shinoda Lead Role

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 1999.05.19 "Saigo no Kajitsu"
  • 1999.09.01 "Easy Rider"
  • 2000.02.02 "Kirameki no Shunkan"
  • 2000.07.19 "How?"
  • 2001.06.06 "Swimming"
  • 2001.10.03 "Kimi no Hitomi ni Koishiteru"
  • 2002.05.22 "Route 246"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "第26回ヨコハマ映画祭 日本映画個人賞" (in Japanese). Yokohama Film Festival. Retrieved 2010-04-20. 
  2. ^ "松潤"月9"最終回にニノら豪華ゲスト!" (in Japanese). Sanspo. 2010-09-17. Retrieved 2010-09-17. 

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