Miyuki Matsuda

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Miyuki Matsuda
Born Miyuki Kumagai
(1961-10-06) October 6, 1961 (age 52)
Tokyo, Japan
Spouse(s) Yusaku Matsuda (1983–1989)
Children 3

Miyuki Matsuda (松田美由紀 Matsuda Miyuki?) (born 6 October 1961) is a Japanese actress, the widow of Yusaku Matsuda, and the sister of Mami Kumagai. At the age of 17 she appeared in a television series, Tantei Monogatari, starring Yusaku Matsuda, who was then married. They started a relationship, causing the divorce of Yusaku from his first wife Michiko,[1] and married in 1983 when their son Ryuhei was born. They had two more children: a second son, Shota (born 1985) and a daughter (born 1988).

She appeared as Ryo Ishibashi's dead wife in the movie Audition (1999). In 2009 she was the executive producer for the documentary Soul Red: Yusaku Matsuda about her husband's life and death.

In 2008 she published a book of photographs of the model Hitomi Katayama, Watakushi no suki na kodoku.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Matsuda, Michiko (2008). Ekkyōsha-Matsuda Yūsaku [Border-transgressor Yusaku Matsuda] (in Japanese). Shinchosha. ISBN 978-4-10-306451-0. 
  2. ^ Page about the book, Little More. Accessed 14 May 2013.

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