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|Born||1977 (age 41–42)|
|Occupation||Actress, voice actress|
Haruka Kuroda (黒田はるか Kuroda Haruka) is a Japanese-born, London-based actress and television presenter who is widely known for performing the voice of Noodle from Damon Albarn's and Jamie Hewlett's alternative rock virtual band Gorillaz from Phase 1 to Phase 4. She was born in Kyoto, Japan.
She performed on all the Phase One tour dates as Noodle: She performed Noodle's speaking voice at all tour dates as well as Noodle's backing vocals, she was also playing the second guitar. (It is a popular misconception that Miho Hatori performed on the Gorillaz tour.) She is also the speaking voice of Noodle in Gorillaz' promotional interview CD, 'The Apex Tapes', as well as all live radio interviews and 'G-Bites' short films from Phase 1.
She has also sung with JC Connington's rock group JUNKSTAR on the track Going Nowhere as well as featuring in various BBC productions. (Jonny Vegas's Ideal series 1,2 3,4,5 & 6 Jonathan Creek, Hiroshima & Brain-Jitsu). Her film credit includes Foster, Swinging with the Finkels, I Like London In the Rain & One Minute Past Midnight which won the short film of the year in 2005 at Chicago Film Festival.
Haruka had a constant role in kids' gaming show PXG in 2005, where she hosts alongside Kentaro Suyama as the voice of 'Game Girl'.
|2011||Random 11||Yuri Miyamoto|
|2011||Swinging with the Finkels||Japanese Woman|
|2006||Gorillaz: Phase Two - Slowboat to Hades||Noodle (voice)||Video|
|2002||The Incredibly Strange People Show||Slithis Girl #1||Video|
|Year||TV Series ||Role||Note|
|2016||Spot Bots||Whoops or Daisy|
|2013–present||Officially Amazing||Co-host||With Ben Shires and Al Jackson|
|2009||Things Talk||TV Remote||voice (TV Movie)|
|2005||Hiroshima: BBC History of World War II||Akiko Takakura||TV Movie documentary|
|2005||Broken News||Kyoko Ogura||World Money Today|
|2015||Elite: Dangerous||Imperial station voice||voice|
|2012||Total War: Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai||voice|
|2011||Total War: Shogun 2||voice|
|2010||Just Cause 2||voice|
|2006||Genji: Days of the Blade||Minazuru / Mystic / Kuyo (Orochi (Female))||voice|
|2005||Battalion Wars||Empress Lei-qo||voice|
|2005||Genji: Dawn of the Samurai||Minazuru, Kuyo, Additional Voices||English version, voice|
|Year||Short Film ||Role|
|2010||Buon Giorno Sayonara||Kumiko|
|2004||One Minute Past Midnight||Girl|
- "Acting". Haruka Kuroda Official Site.
- "LEFT HAND HARUKA METHOD: The Haruka Kuroda Interview". Hallelujah Monkeyz: The Gorillaz Fancast. Retrieved 6 December 2018.
- "Haruka Kuroda Filmography". IMDb.