Ryoko Yonekura

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Ryoko Yonekura
Native name 米倉 涼子
Born (1975-08-01) August 1, 1975 (age 41)
Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Actress, fashion model
Years active 1993–
Agent Oscar Promotion
Notable work Doctor X and voice of black widow in japanese ( marvel's avengers )
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Website www.oscarpro.co.jp#/profile/entry/262

Ryoko Yonekura (米倉 涼子?, Yonekura Ryōko, born August 1, 1975 in Kanagawa Prefecture) is a Japanese actress and former fashion model

Career[edit]

Yonekura studied classical ballet for 15 years from the age of five. Represented by the Oscar Promotion agency, she won a national young beauty award in 1992. In 1993, she started her career as a model, working for fashion magazines such as CanCam. She announced her intention to start her acting career in June 1999. Her acting debut was in the TBS television drama Koi no Kamisama (God of Love), and has appeared in many dramas ever since.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Koi no Kamisama (2000, TBS)
  • Tenki-yoho no Koibito (2000, TBS)
  • Hatachi no Kekkon (2000, TBS)
  • Straight News (2000, NTV)
  • Love Revolution (2001, Fuji TV)
  • Hikon Kazoku (2001, Fuji TV)
  • Pretty Girls (2002, TBS)
  • Sonagi Special (2002, MBC / Fuji TV)
  • Artificial Beauty (Seikei Bijin) (2002, Fuji TV)[3]
  • Musashi (2003, NHK)
  • Okusama wa Majo (2004, TBS)
  • Kurokawa no Techo (2004, TV Asahi), Motoko Haraguchi
  • Kurokawa No Techo Special (2005, TV Asahi), Motoko Haraguchi
  • Nyokei Kazoku (2005, TBS)
  • Haru to Natsu Special (2005, NTV)
  • Onna no Ichidaiki (2005, TBS), Haruko Sugimura
  • Kemonomichi (2006, TV Asahi)
  • Fushin no Toki (2006, TV Asahi)
  • Warui Yatsura (2007, TV Asahi/ABC TV)
  • Katagoshi no Koibito (9 episodes, 2007, TBS)
  • Monster Parent (2008, Kansai TV)
  • Kōshōnin (2008, TV Asahi)
  • Koori No Hana (2008, TV Asahi)
  • Kōshōnin 2 (2009, TV Asahi)
  • Nasake no Onna (2010, TV Asahi)
  • Hunter: Sono Onna-tachi, Shōkin Kasegi (2011, Fuji TV/Kansai TV)
  • Atsui Kūki (2012, TV Asahi)
  • 35-sai no Koukousei (2013, Nippon TV)
  • Doctor X (2013, TV Asahi), Michiko Daimon
  • Kaseifu Wa Mita SP(2014, TV Asahi)
  • Tsuyoki Ari SP (2014, TV Asahi)
  • Outburn SP (2014, TV Asahi)
  • Doctor X (2014, TV Asahi), Michiko Daimon
  • Kaseifu wa Mita SP (2015, TV Asahi)
  • Kagerou Ezu (2016, TV Asahi)
  • Doctor X (2016, TV Asahi), Michiko Daimon

Personal life[edit]

  • In December 2014, Yonekura announced that she had married a company owner two years her junior.[4]
  • In December 2016, Yonekura announced that she had divorced her husband. In a written statement, Yonekura commented, "After timely, repeated discussions, our divorce has been finalized. I am sorry to have caused trouble with my private matters." She continued, "I hope to move forward both as an actress and woman. I will do my best every day in order to challenge myself to various new things. Please continue to give me guidance and encouragement.".[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Name : Ryoko Yonekura". Bliss (Bhavakuta.com). Retrieved 19 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "A Hardest Night!! (2005), Nezu no ban (original title)". Internet Movie Database (imdb.com). Retrieved 19 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Seikei Bijin [整形美人。]". JDorama.com. Retrieved 19 October 2012. 
  4. ^ "Actress Ryoko Yonekura announces marriage". Japan Today. GPlusMedia Co., Ltd. 27 December 2014. 
  5. ^ "Yonekura Ryoko announces divorce". Tokyo Hive. 30 December 2016. 

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