Miori Takimoto

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Miori Takimoto
瀧本 美織
Born (1991-10-16) October 16, 1991 (age 23)
Tottori, Japan
Occupation Actress/Singer
Years active 2002–present

Miori Takimoto (瀧本 美織 Takimoto Miori?, born October 16, 1991) is a Japanese actress and a former musical performer. She is best known for being a member of the disbanded Japanese idol group SweetS.

Biography[edit]

Miori Takimoto began her professional career as a member of the former group SweetS, signed by avex.[1] She was chosen from the avex trax 2002-2003 auditions, and the group debuted on August 27, 2003. During these years, she had side projects such as modelling for various magazines and acting in Waseda Academy commercials.[2] Miori and her fellow ex-SweetS members parted ways on June 7, 2006. Upon departing from the music business, she decided to pursue a career in acting. She appeared in a music video for Himari in November 2007. Currently Miori is signed with Stardust and since then has appeared in the film Higanjima, Yui's "Never Say Die" music video, and various commercials.[3] In November 2014, she debuted with a band "LAGOON"(ラグーン) as the vocalist.

Works[edit]

Television[edit]

  • 2010 - 2011 – Teppan, role of Akari Murakami [4]
  • 2011 - Ikemen desu ne (美男ですね), role of Mio Sakuraba [5]
  • 2012 - Hungry! (ハングリー!), role of Chie Okusu [6]
  • 2012 - GTO, role of Fuyutsuki Azusa
  • 2012 - Perfect Bluen, role of Hasumi Kayoko
  • 2013 - Tsuma wa, Kunoichi, role of Orie

Films[edit]

  • 2010 – Higanjima, role of Yuki
  • 2010 – Shokudou Katatsumuri
  • 2013 - Kaze Tachinu 風立ちぬ (The Wind Rises) - Voice of Naoko Satomi
  • 2013 - Sadako 3D2 (貞子3D2), role of Ando Fuuko [7]

Commercials[edit]

  • 2004 – Circle K Bakery
  • 2005 – Waseda Academy
  • 2009 – Sony Sonpo Campaign
  • 2009 – Astellas Pharma Inc. and Pfizer Ltd.

Music Videos[edit]

  • 2007 – Himari's "Akeneiro, Sora no Shita"
  • 2009 – Fukuramu SUKURAMU's "Natsu no Hi"
  • 2009 – YUI's "Never Say Die"
  • 2010 – Stereophony's "Hanbunko"

Live Performances[edit]

  • December 27, 2009 – 3-B Junior Live
  • February 14, 2010 – 3-B Junior Special Valentine's Live

Awards[edit]

  • 15th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Jul-Sept 2011): Best Actress for Ikemen desu ne
  • 68th Television Drama Academy Awards: Special Award - Teppan

References[edit]

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