Nana Katase

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Nana Katase
Native name 片瀬 那奈
Born (1981-11-07) November 7, 1981 (age 34)
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
  • fashion model
Years active 1998–present
Notable credit(s) Death Note: The Last Name as Kiyomi Takada,
Saikai: Yokota Megumi-san no Negai as Megumi Yokota
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 7 12 in)

Nana Katase (片瀬 那奈 Katase Nana?, born November 7, 1981) is a Japanese actress, singer, and fashion model.

Katase portrayed Kiyomi Takada in Death Note: The Last Name. She also portrayed Megumi Yokota as an adult (with Mayuko Fukuda who played the role of a younger Megumi Yokota) as one of at least thirteen Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korea in the late 1970s and early 1980s in Saikai: Yokota Megumi-san no Negai. She also played Mayumi in the fifth installment of the PlayStation series, Yakuza.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

  • Between Calmness and Passion (2001)
  • Death Note: The Last Name(2006), Kiyomi Takada
  • Calling You (2007) - Ryo Harada
  • 20th Century Boys 1: Beginning of the End (2008), Mika Shikishima
  • 20th Century Boys 2: The Last Hope (2009), Mika Shikishima
  • 20th Century Boys 3: Redemption(2009), Mika Shikishima
  • Trick The Movie: Psychic Battle Royale (2010)
  • Saibancho! Koko wa Choeki 4 nen de Dodesuka (2010), Prosecutor Mari Hasebe
  • Gene Waltz (2011), Miki Tanaka
  • Arakawa Under the Bridge (2012), Maria
  • Ushijima the Loan Shark (2012), Chiaki Okubo
  • Hentai Kamen (2013)
  • I Am a Hero (2016), Tekko

TV dramas[edit]

  • Great Teacher Onizuka Special as Yamaguchi Rika (Fuji TV, 1999)
  • Tengoku no Kissa (TV Asahi, 1999)
  • Koori no Sekai (Fuji TV, 1999)
  • Hanamura Daisuke (Fuji TV, 2000, ep7)
  • Shinjuku Boso Kyukyutai (NTV, 2000)
  • 2001 no otoko un (Fuji TV, 2001)
  • Dekichatta Kekkon (Fuji TV, 2001)
  • Pretty Girls (TBS, 2002)
  • Kochira Hon Ikegami Sho 2 (TBS, 2003, ep2)
  • Last Christmas (TBS, 2004)
  • Fukigen na Gene(Fuji TV, 2005, ep4-5,7)
  • Rikon Bengoshi 2 (Fuij TV, 2005)
  • Jukunen Rikon (TV Asahi, 2005)
  • Kobayakawa Nobuki no Koi(Fuji TV, 2006)
  • Saikai(NTV, 2006)
  • Teppan Shoujo Akane!! (TBS, 2006)
  • Sennyu Keiji Ranbo 2(NTV, 2007)
  • Jigoku no Sata mo Yome ShidaiTBS, 2007)
  • Abarenbo Mama (Fuji TV, 2007)
  • Inochi no Iro Enpitsu(TV Asahi, 2007)
  • Miracle Voice (TBS, 2008)
  • Average (Fuji TV, 2008)
  • Hokaben (NTV, 2008, ep7)
  • Average 2 (Fuji TV, 2008)
  • Bloody Monday (TBS, 2008)
  • Uta no Onii-san (TV Asahi, 2009)
  • Choshokutei (WOWOW, 2009)
  • Ghost Friends (NHK, 2009)
  • Koi no Kara Sawagi Drama Special Love Stories VI (NTV, 2009)
  • Naka nai to Kimeta Hi (Fuji TV, 2010)
  • Pro Golfer Hana (NTV, 2010)
  • Hammer Session! (TBS, 2010, ep8)
  • Yamikin Ushijima-kun (TBS, 2010)
  • Diplomat Kuroda Kosaku (Fuji TV, 2011)
  • Ikemen desu ne (TBS, 2011)
  • Arakawa Under the Bridge (TBS, 2011)
  • Kaeru no Oujo-sama (Fuji TV, 2012)

Video games[edit]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 2002: Galaxy/Telepathy/Fantasy
  • 2003: Babe
  • 2003: Shine/Revenge
  • 2003: Necessary/Every
  • 2004: Meu amor é…
  • 2004: Kindan no Telepathy (禁断のテレパシー)

Albums[edit]

  • 2003: Telepathy
  • 2004: Extended
  • 2005: Reloaded: Perfect Singles

DVD[edit]

  • 2005: Reloaded: Perfect Visuals

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matulet, Jeffrey. "New Yakuza 5 characters revealed". Eurogamer. Retrieved 20 January 2016. 

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