Rei Kikukawa

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Rei Kikukawa
Native name 菊川 怜
Born (1978-02-28) February 28, 1978 (age 36)
Urawa, Saitama
Nationality Japanese
Alma mater University of Tokyo
Occupation Actress, TV presenter

Rei Kikukawa (菊川 怜 Kikukawa Rei?, born February 28, 1978)[1] is a Japanese actress, model, and television presenter.

Biography[edit]

Kikukawa was born in Urawa (now part of Saitama), in Saitama Prefecture. She is a graduate of the University of Tokyo where she majored in architecture. She was scouted by an agent while shopping, and eventually came to be represented by Oscar Promotions.[citation needed] Her first major role came in 2002 when she was chosen to co-host the Sunday night NTV show Bankisha.

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

Television[edit]

  • OL Zenido (2003 TV Asahi)
  • Yume miru Budo: Hon o yomu Onna (2003 NHK)
  • Reikan Bus Guide Jikenbo / Midnight Ghost Tour (2004 TV Asahi)
  • Chakushin Ari / One Missed Call (2005 TV Asahi)
  • Izumo no Okuni (2006 NHK)
  • Hoshizora Hospital / Starry Skay Hospital (2007 NHK)
  • Dageki Tenshi Ruri / Blow Angel Ruri (2008 TV Asahi)
  • Midori no Christmas / Green Christmas (2002 NHK)
  • Sinmai Jiken Kisha Misaki / Journalist Misaki (2005,2006 TV Tokyo)
  • Quartet: June Bride 2005 (2005 NTV)
  • Kuroi Jukai / Black Sea of Trees (2005 Fuji TV)
  • Women in Wall: Utsunomiya Women's Prison 2006 (2006 NTV)
  • Aoi Byoten (2006 Fuji TV)
  • Midnight Blue: Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department-Identification Section (2006 NTV)
  • Satsujin Yuki Oku no Hosomichi (2007 Fuji TV)
  • Detective Teacher Miss Saionji Rika's Homicide Notebook (2008 TBS)
  • Keishicho Denwa Shidokan: Miss Hukagawa Mariko's Police blotter (2008 TV Asahi)
  • Onsen Nakai Koizumi Atuko no Jikencho (2009 TV Tokyo)
  • Sankyo no Sho (2010 Fuji TV)
  • Tokudane! (Fuji TV)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "菊川 怜 - Kikukawa Rei (Profile)" (in Japanese). 'Web I-dic'. Retrieved 2008-04-24. [unreliable source?]

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