Megumi Okina

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Megumi Okina
Born 6 August 1979 (age 34)
Hiroshima

Megumi Okina (奥菜 恵 Okina Megumi?, born 6 August 1979 age 34) is a Japanese actress and J-Pop singer. Born in Hiroshima and raised in Tokyo, she made her J-Pop debut on 19 August 1995. She starred in the Japanese original of The Grudge. She married Susumu Fujita in January 2004. They divorced on 22 July 2005. In 2007, Megumi said she was retiring from the entertainment business. But she reversed course by acting in a remake of a 2004 Thai film, Shutter. It was released March 21, 2008. She portrayed a ghost called Megumi Tanaka.

Around March 12, 2009, she announced that she was four months pregnant and planning on marrying her boyfriend of two years, a businessman.[1]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1995/09/21 : Blossom
  • 1996/05/21 : illusion
  • 1997/03/20 : gradation
  • 1998/04/01 : i・n・g
  • 1998/09/01 : Stairs -The Best Songs-

Singles[edit]

  • 1995/08/19 : この悲しみを乗り越えて
  • 1996/04/23 : そんなの悲しいね
  • 1996/09/21 : あなたのそばで
  • 1997/02/25 : 今でも...あなたが好きだから
  • 1997/05/28 : 淑女の夢は万華鏡 (ending theme from Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo)
  • 1997/10/29 : それでも愛してる
  • 1998/02/25 : ゆらゆら
  • 1998/08/21 : Eternity

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

Dramas[edit]

  • Takusan no Ai wo Arigato (たくさんの愛をありがとう) (NTV, 2006)
  • Aibou 5 (TV Asahi, 2006, ep1)
  • Wakatoryo to Kyuunin no Ko (NHK, 2006)
  • Oishii Koroshikata (BS Fuji, 2006)
  • Jikou Keisatsu (TV Asahi, 2006, ep5)
  • Konya Hitori no Bed de as Jumonji Azusa (TBS, 2005)
  • Kyohansha (NTV, 2003)
  • Beginner (Fuji TV, 2003)
  • Boku ga Chikyu wo Suku as Tsukishima Kyoko (TBS, 2002)
  • Koisuru Top Lady as Hasegawa Mizuki (Fuji TV, 2002)
  • Shin Hoshi no Kinka (NTV, 2001)
  • Wakaresaseya as Mizusawa Chiharu (YTV, 2001)
  • Hanamura Daisuke (Fuji TV, 2000, ep11-12)
  • Suna no ue no Koibitotachi (Fuji TV, 1999)
  • Tengoku no Kiss as Mitarai Asumi (TV Asahi, 1999)
  • Tengoku ni Ichiban Chikai Otoko as Tsuyuzaki Koharu (TBS, 1999)
  • Genroku Ryoran (NHK, 1999)
  • Hashire Komuin (Fuji TV, 1998)
  • Ao no Jidai (TBS, 1998)
  • Shinryonaikai Ryoko (NTV, 1997)
  • Futari (TV Asahi, 1997)
  • Kimi ga Jinsei no Toki (TBS, 1997)
  • Wakaba no Koro (TBS, 1996)
  • Kinjirareta Asobi (NTV, 1995)

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