Riria

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Riria Kojima
Native name 小島 梨里杏
Born Riria Baba
(1993-12-18) 18 December 1993 (age 24)
Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Other names Riria (former stage name)
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Agent LesPros Entertainment (present)
Kirin Pro
Website http://www.lespros.co.jp/artists/riria_kojima/

Riria Baba (馬場 梨里杏, Baba Riria, born (1993-12-18)December 18, 1993 in Tokyo), known professionally as Riria (梨里杏) and Riria Kojima (小島 梨里杏, Kojima Riria), is a Japanese actress who is affiliated with LesPros Entertainment. She is known for her role as Mio (ToQ 3gou) in the 2014 Super Sentai series Ressha Sentai ToQger.

Career[edit]

She was affiliated with Kirin Pro and started her career in 2001. In 2007, she moved to LesPros Entertainment. In 2008, she changed her name to "Riria". In 2011, she won the Playboy Grand Prix prize at the third Gravure Japan awards.[1] In 2014, she appeared in two tokusatsu series; Ressha Sentai ToQger[2] and Zero: Black Blood.[3][4] In June 17, 2015, she changed her name to "Riria Kojima".

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

TV dramas[edit]

  • Kinyō Entertainment: True Stories – Uso o Tsuita Otoko (Fuji TV, 2002)
  • Getsuyō Mystery Gekijō: Nishimura Kyōtarō Suspense – Tantei Samonji Susumu 9 "16-nenme no Hōmonsha" (TBS, 2004) as Keiko Arimori (young)
  • Kayō Suspense Gekijō: Keishichō Kanshikihan 17 (NTV, 2004) – Keiko Nanjō (young)
  • Medaka episode 1 (Fuji TV, 2004) – Tae Kawashima (young)
  • Division 1: Stage 15 – Odaiba Bōken Ō SP Kareshi Sensei!! last episode (Fuji TV, 2005)
  • Kamen Rider Kabuto episode 20 (TV Asahi, 2006) – Hiroko
  • Sensei wa Erai! (NTV, 2008) – 2-B student
  • Bloody Monday (TBS, 2008)
  • Koishite Akuma ~Vampire Boy~ (KTV, 2009) – Yuri Meguro
  • Tensou Sentai Goseiger episode 20 (TV Asahi, 2010) – Mizuki Takasaki
  • Shin Keishichō Sōsaikka 9-gakari Season 2 episode 11 (TV Asahi, 2010) – High school girl
  • Ohisama episode 7 (NHK, 2011)
  • Akko to Bokura ga Ikita Natsu (NHK General TV, 2012) – Natsumi Hara
  • Idol Toshi Densetsu – Akai Heya (Pigoo HD, 2012) – Mana Sakurada
  • Sansū Keiji Zero episode 10 (NHK Educational TV, 2013)
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger (TV Asahi, 2014) – Mio
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger vs. Kamen Rider Gaim: Spring Break Combined Special (TV Asahi, 2014) – Mio
  • Omotesandō Kōkō Gasshōbu! (TBS, 2015) – Fūka Takeuchi
  • Seishun Tantei Haruya ~Otona no Aku o Yurusanai!~ episode 2 (YTV, 2015) – Chiaki Hironuma
  • Kozure Shinbee (NHK BS Premium, 2015) - Obun
  • Rinshō Hanzai Gakusha Himura Hideo no Suiri episode 5 (NTV, 2016) - Yura
  • Kozure Shinbee 2 (NHK BS Premium, 2016) - Obun
  • Garo: Makai Retsuden episode 5 (TV Tokyo, 2016) – Yuna
  • Asa ga Kuru (Fuji TV, 2016) - Akane Katakura
  • The Last Cop episode 5 (NTV, 2016) - Mika Takiguchi

Mobile dramas[edit]

  • Oyaji no Shigoto wa Ura Kagyō (BeeTV, 2012) – Chika Matsuda
  • All Esper Dayo! ~Yokubō Darake no Love Wars~ (dTV, 2015) – Asuka Hoshino

Music videos[edit]

Stage plays[edit]

  • XYX (2008) – Miki
  • Re-miniscence (2010) – Lily
  • Letter (2011)
  • Sorairo Drop (2012) – Manami Ozaki
  • Rutsubo (2012) – Susanna Walcott
  • Rakka Girl (2013) – Ai Futenma
  • Welcome Home (2013)
  • Joshi Kō (2013) – Takako
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger Show: Ore ga Ressha ni Naru! Hyper ToQ 1gou Shuppatsu Shinkō!! (2014) – Mio
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger Show: Saishū Ressha ga Yattekuru! Kagayake Rainbow Line!! (2015) – Mio
  • Eliza ~Shinkai ni Hisomu Hatsukoi~ (2016) - Eliza

Publications[edit]

DVD releases[edit]

  • Riria to Date (2005)
  • I AM RiRia (2012)
  • Hatachi. (2014)
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger Returns: Super ToQ 7gou of Dreams (2015) – Mio

CD releases[edit]

  • Ressha Sentai ToQger Character Songs: Rainbow Line (2014) - "Yellow Heart"
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger Zenkyokushū: Rainbow Rush (2014) - "Yellow Heart"

Photobooks[edit]

  • Lily White (2005)

References[edit]

External links[edit]