| Sayuri Oyamada|
Su‑ki‑da, Key of Life, Bright Future, Tokyo Trash Baby
Hiroshi Ishikawa, Kenji Uchida, Ryuichi Hiroki, Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Sayuri Oyamada (小山田 サユリ, Oyamada Sayuri, born in Niigata Prefecture, Japan) is an actor in film, television and commercials. Oyamada has been featured in more than 20 feature films. She has worked in Japan and abroad, including locations in China, Haiti and the United States. She is currently based in New York City and Tokyo.
Sayuri Oyamada was born in the countryside of Niigata, Japan. She made her acting debut in 2000, acting for Junko Wada in "Body Drop Asphalt" and going on to widespread acclaim in her home market and globally. In 2010, Oyamada ventured to New York to expand her international career having been selected by the Ministry of Culture (http://www.mext.go.jp/english/) to represent the Japanese entertainment community in an elite cultural exchange program. In the last several years, Oyamada has spent her time between Tokyo, Los Angeles, and New York. She is based in New York and Tokyo.
Oyamada's professional work includes critically acclaimed films produced in Japan and internationally, including leads in "Bright Future" (2003), "Seventh Anniversary" (2003) "Miracle Banana" (2005) (Haiti), "Suki Da" (2006), "Watashi Dasuwa" (2009), "Insect Detective Yoshimi Yoshida" (2010). Her newest film, "While the Women Are Sleeping" "女が眠る時" directed by Wayne Wang (Joy Luck Club, Smoke) and also starring Takeshi Kitano, Hidetoshi Nishijima, and Shiori Kutsuna premiered at the 66th Annual Berlin International Film Festival.
Oyamada's Japan based commercial work includes Bridgestone "Good Winter" television campaign and work for brands such as Docomo, Sony, Lion and others. She has been featured in numerous commercials in the United States for such global brands as Cadillac, Shiseido feat. Lady Gaga, Apple Watch, IBM Watson, Audible (Amazon), and Keurig.
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