Yasuko Matsuyuki

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Yasuko Matsuyuki
Born Yasuko Matsuyuki
(1972-11-28) November 28, 1972 (age 42)
Tosu, Saga, Japan
Ethnicity Japanese
Height 1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
Website
http://official.stardust.co.jp/matsuyuki/

Yasuko Matsuyuki (松雪 泰子 Yasuko Matsuyuki?, born November 28, 1972 in Saga Prefecture) is a Japanese actress and singer signed to Stardust Promotion.

Biography[edit]

Yasuko Matsuyuki was born in 1972 in Tosu, Saga. In 1989, while she was in high school, Matsuyuki won a Non-no fashion magazine contest. After graduating from Tosu Commercial High School, she moved to Tokyo and started her career as a model.

In 1991, Matsuyuki made her film debut in the TV drama series "Nekketsu Shinnyū Shain Sengen". In 1993, she played an outgoing leading role in the manga based drama series "Shiratori Reiko de Gozaimasu!". That role made a big impact on the drama scene and established her career as an actress.[1][2]

In 1998, after a 2 year relationship, Matsuyuki married guitarist Gaku Kadowaki (門脇 学?). She had a baby boy in 2004, but got divorced in 2005, having separated the previous year.[3][4]

Matsuyuki has two younger brothers. One is Kōhei Takamura (高村 晃平?), who is also an actor, and the other is Yūna Katsuki (香月 優奈?) who is a rock singer.

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

Year Title Role
leading roles are written in bold
1992 Patio (パ★テ★オ?) Satsuki Mizushima (水島 五月?)
1995 Shiratori Reiko de Gozaimasu! (白鳥麗子でございます!?) Reiko Shiratori (白鳥 麗子?)
2000 Another Heaven (アナザヘブン?) Mina Sasamoto (笹本 美奈?)
Monday Yūko Kirishima (霧島 優子?)
2002 Drive
2006 Helen the Baby Fox (子ぎつねヘレン Kogitsune Heren?) Ritsuko Ōgawara (大河原 律子?)
Hula Girls (フラガール?) Madoka Hirayama (平山 まどか?)
2007 Shikyū no Kioku: Koko ni Anata ga iru (子宮の記憶 ここにあなたがいる?) Aiko Sakurai (桜井 愛子?)
Vexille (ベクシル 2077日本鎖国 Bekushiru 2077 Nihon Sakoku?) Maria (voice acting) (マリア?)
2008 Detroit Metal City (デトロイト・メタル・シティ?) Death Records Manager
(デスレコーズ社長?)
Otokotachi no Uta (男たちの詩?)
Yōgisha X no Kenshin (容疑者Xの献身?) Yasuko Hanaoka (花岡 靖子?)
2009 Yomei (余命 Time Lost, Time Found?) Shizuku Momota (百田 滴?)
Warau Keikan (笑う警官?) Yuri Kojima (小島百合?)
Kuhio Taisa (クヒオ大佐?) Shinobu Nagano (永野しのぶ?)
Shizumanu Taiyô (沈まぬ太陽?) Miki Mitsui (三井美樹?)
2010 Tida-kankan: Umi to sango to chiisana kiseki (てぃだかんかん~海とサンゴと小さな奇跡~?) Yuri Kinjo (金城由莉?)

TV dramas[edit]

Year Title Role
leading roles are written in bold
Format
1991 Nekketsu Shinnyū Shain Sengen (熱血!新入社員宣言?) Sayuri Tachibana (橘 小百合?) series
Bananachips Love (バナナチップスラブ?) Lisa (リサ?) series
Yoru ni Umi Kagayaki (夜に海輝き?) Yukiko (ゆきこ?) series
1992 Otona wa Wakattekurenai: Kamisama no Mae de Tsuita Uso
(大人は判ってくれない:神様の前でついた嘘?)
leading role omnibus
D-zaka Satsujin Jiken: Meitantei Akechi Kogorō Tanjō (D坂殺人事件 名探偵明智小五郎誕生?) one-episode
Alphabet 2/3 (アルファベット2/3?) series
Junior: Ai no Kankei (ジュニア・愛の関係?) Himawari Misawa (三沢ひまわり?) series
Patio (パ★テ★オ?) Satsuki Mizushima (水島 五月?) two-part
1993 Shiratori Reiko de Gozaimasu! (白鳥麗子でございます!?) Reiko Shiratori (白鳥 麗子?) series
OLtachi no Zakennayo!! Shain Ryokō wa Daikkirai (OLたちのざけんなョ!! 社員旅行は大っ嫌い?) one-episode
Shiratori Reiko de Gozaimasu! 2 (白鳥麗子でございます! 2?) Reiko Shiratori (白鳥 麗子?) series
1994 Maido Gomennasaai (毎度ゴメンなさぁい?) Sakura Sawano (沢野 桜?) series
Otoko wa Iranai (男はいらない?) Yūki Mukai (向井 佑希?) series
1995 Maido Ojamashimaasu (毎度オジャマしまぁす?) Sakura Sawano (沢野 桜?) series
Best Friend (ベストフレンド?) Kaede Aoyama (青山 楓?) series
1996 Shōri no Megami (勝利の女神?) Riko Tsuda (津田 理子?) series
Garasu no Kakeratachi (硝子のかけらたち?) Shōko Mizusawa (水沢 硝子?) series
1997 Meitantei Hokenshitsu no Obasan (名探偵 保健室のオバさん?) Sakurako Tōyama (遠山 櫻子?) series
Risō no Jōshi (理想の上司?) Marika Shirakawa (白川 万里華?) series
1998 Kirakira Hikaru (きらきらひかる?) Noriko Tsukiyama (月山 紀子?) series
Ai, Tokidoki Uso (愛、ときどき嘘?) Ayuko Shiraishi (白石 鮎子?) series
Kamisan Nanka Kowakunai (かみさんなんかこわくない?) Sumi Komatsubara (小松原 須美?)
Guest appearance in Ep.11
series
Nanisama! (なにさまっ!?) Izumi Sawaki (沢木 いずみ?) series
1999 Kirakira Hikaru 2 (きらきらひかる2?) Noriko Tsukiyama (月山 紀子?) one-episode
Africa no Yoru (アフリカの夜?) Yuka Aizawa (相沢 有香?) series
2000 Kirakira Hikaru 3 (きらきらひかる3?) Noriko Tsukiyama (月山 紀子?) one-episode
Taiyō wa Shizumanai (太陽は沈まない?) Setsu Kirino (桐野 セツ?) series
Black Jack II (ブラック・ジャック II?) Ayako Takano (高野 綾子?) one-episode
2001 Kyūmei Byōtō 24ji (救命病棟24時?) Season 2 Tamaki Kōsaka (香坂 たまき?) series
Chūshingura 1/47 (忠臣蔵1/47?) Fujimi (富士見?) one-episode
2002 Kyūmei Byōtō 24ji Special 2002 (救命病棟24時 スペシャル2002?) Season 2 Tamaki Kōsaka (香坂 たまき?) one-episode
Kwaidan Hyaku Monogatari Volume 4: Yuki Onna (怪談百物語 巻の四 雪女?) Oyuki (お雪?) omnibus
Mayonaka no Ame (真夜中の雨?) Yukiko Mizusawa (水澤 由希子?) series
2003 Umi no Orgel (海のオルゴール?) Teruyo Takeuchi (竹内 てるよ?) one-episode
Beginner (ビギナー?) Nozomi Morino (森乃 望?) series
2004 Suna no Utsuwa (砂の器?) Asami Naruse (成瀬 あさみ?) series
2007 First Kiss (ファースト・キス?) Renko Takagi (高木 蓮子?) series
Hō no Niwa (法の庭?) Kyōko Amami (天海 杏子?) one-episode
2010 Mother (マザー?) Suzuhara Nao (鈴原奈緒?) series

Stage[edit]

Year Title Role
leading roles are written in bold
2004 Yashagaike (夜叉ヶ池?) Snow White (白雪?)
2005 Warau Keikan (吉原御免状?) Katsuyama Tayuu (勝山太夫?)
2007 Cabaret (キャバレー?) Sally Bowles (サリー・ボウルズ?)
2008 Shinkansen☆RX『Goemon-rock』 (SHINKANSEN☆RX『五右衛門ロック』?) (真砂のお竜?)
2009 Tokyo Moonlight Magic Song (東京月光魔曲?)

Commercials[edit]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "ESP" (June 21, 1995)
  • "Toki o Koete" (時を越えて?) (November 8, 1995)
  • "Rain: Ame ni Dakarete..." (Rain - 雨に抱かれて・・・?) (November 8, 1995)
  • "Wish" (December 10, 1995)
  • "Oyasumi" (おやすみ?) (May 25, 1996)
  • "Karappo no Ai no Arashi" (空っぽの愛の嵐?) (February 19, 1997)
  • "Happy Happy Days" (July 24, 1997)
  • "Furimukanaide" (ふりむかないで?) (September 26, 1997)
  • "Ai no Sekai" (愛の世界?) (May 13, 1998)
  • "Kuchibiru" (口唇?) (January 13, 1999)

Albums[edit]

  • Pray (December 21, 1995)
  • Mondodelix (March 19, 1997)
  • 32'05" (June 17, 1998)

Compilations[edit]

  • M.M.M (February 17, 1999)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yasuko Matsuyuki's Profile". Yasuko Matsuyuki official website. Retrieved October 5, 2008. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Tarento Meikan: Yasuko Matsuyuki" (in Japanese). Sponichi Annex. Retrieved October 5, 2008. 
  3. ^ "Yasuko Matsuyuki got divorced" (in Japanese). Sponichi Annex. Retrieved October 5, 2008. 
  4. ^ "Matsuyuki, Gaku Split". Japan Zone. Retrieved October 5, 2008. 
  5. ^ "Geinōjin "Mansion PR Shinshutsu" no wake" (in Japanese). Zakzak. Retrieved October 7, 2008. 
  6. ^ "Plaza Vert" (in Japanese). Properst. Retrieved October 7, 2008. 
  7. ^ "Kōgai no Hisshō Mansion" (in Japanese). R.E.port. Retrieved October 7, 2008. 

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