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Yōko Maki (actress)

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Native name  真木 よう子
Agent  Flying Box
Name  Yoko Maki
Spouse  Reo Katayama (m. 2008)
Occupation  Actress
Height  1.56 m (5 ft 1 in)
Role  Actress
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Full Name  Yoko Kanamori (金森 陽子)
Born  October 15, 1982 (age 33) (1982-10-15) Inzai, Chiba, Japan
Awards  Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Nominations  Asian Film Award for Best Actress
Movies and TV shows  The Ravine of Goodbye, Like Father - Like Son, The Best Divorce, Veronika Decides To Die, SP
Similar People  Masami Nagasawa, Haruka Ayase, Rie Miyazawa, Ko Shibasaki, Ringo Sheena

Yōko Maki (真木 よう子 Maki Yōko, born October 15, 1982) is a Japanese actress signed to Flying Box. Maki has appeared in several films including the 2003 film Infection and the 2004 American horror film The Grudge.



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Maki made her film debut at the age of 19 in the 2001 film Drug. Her film career sprung when she received a role as Aya in the highly modernized remake of the Japanese vengeance film Lady Snowblood (later re-titled as The Princess Blade). Maki later began performing on stage in the 2002 play Cross. In November 2008, Maki announced that she had married a 26-year-old man not in the Japanese entertainment industry. She also announced that she is pregnant.


  • Lotte - Ao Toppo (2000)
  • JR East - Omiya Station version (2005)
  • Meiji Seika - Xylish (2005)
  • TBS and Dentsu - Green Film Project: everyday (2008)
  • Shiseido - Integrate (2008)
  • Lipton - The Royal (2008)
  • Music

  • "Hoshikage no Komichi" (星影の小径, "Starry Path") (2011) (Tokyo No. 1 Soul Set collaboration, on their album Subete Hikari)
  • "Saisakizaka" (2013) (single, produced by Ringo Sheena)
  • Photobooks

  • LIP (2003)
  • Gekkan Maki Yoko (2007)
  • Gekkan Maki Yoko Special (2008)
  • Anime

  • Michiko to Hatchin (2008) – Michiko
  • References

    Yōko Maki (actress) Wikipedia

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