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Ryoko's Biography

Career (written by Ryu)

Hirosue Ryoko, born 18 July 1980 in Kochi, Kochi Prefecture, Japan.

Ryoko is an Actress and Pop Star.

She studied at Johoku Junior High School and Shinagawa Joshi Gakuin Senior High School. Then she studied in Waseda University (Department of Japanese Language & Literature), but did not graduate.

In 1994, when Ryoko has 14 years old, she joined the "P&G" cosmetic model competition and made her television debut the following year singing on the program, TK Music Camp.

In 1995 at the age of 15, Ryoko made her television debut in Fuji TV in Drama Heart Ni S.

In 1996, when Ryoko was 16 years old she was named as a "Best Newcomer" at the 10th Television Drama Academy Awards, she also starred in Fuji TV's comedy series drama, Shota no Sushi.

In 1997 she appeared in the finale of medical drama, Hoshi no Kinka and the special episode of Odoru Daisousasen. She starred in great comedy series, Beach Boys , where she was awarded "Best Supporting Actress" at the 14th Television Drama Academy Awards. Ryoko also made her film debut, when she appearded in 20 Century Nostalgia which won her critical acclaim.

In 1998, Hirosue reprised her role in the special episode of Beach Boys while also appearing in other 4 television dramas: Seija no Koushin, Sekai de ichiban papa ga suki, Ai wa Chikyuu wo Suku and The last song.

In 1999, she starred in 2 movies, Poppoya and Himitsu. Her performances in both films won her much praise from award-giving bodies of Japan and she received 2 nominations at the 23rd Japanese Academy Awards for Best Actress (for Himitsu) and Best Supporting Actress (for Poppoya).
She also gave her first concert held at Nippon Budokan.

In year 2000, Hirosue starred as Yuki Katase in great drama Summer Snow, which won 5 awards at the 26th Television Drama Academy Awards including "Best Supporting Actress" and "Best Drama".
In the same year Ryoko, starred in drama Oyaji, where she again was awarded "Best Supporting Actress" at the 27th awards ceremony.

In 2001, Hirosue made her international debut in Luc Besson's movie, Wasabi where she starred with famous French Actor Jean Reno.

In 2002, Ryoko starred in the movie Arita, the television drama Ai Nante Irane Yo Natsu and in the drama series, Otousan.
This year has also released the Album under the title: Hirosue Ryoko Perfect Collection.

In Year 2003, Hirosue starred in drama Moto Kare with Actor Tsuyoshi Domoto (They starred together in drama Summer Snow). For the role in Moto Kare, Hirosue was awarded "Best Supporting Actress" at the 38th Television Drama Academy Awards.
In the same year she starred in film Renai Shashin and she was a guest in 33rd episode of samurai series, Musashi.

When Ryoko has 24 years old, in 2004 on January 17 she married Takahiro Okazawa and gave birth to her son on 10 April 2004. They later divorced in March 2008.

Her marriage and new motherhood decreased her workload when she only made one appearance in 2004 in the film, Hana and Alice, and in 2005's Fuji TV's romance drama, Slow Dance.

In 2006, Hirosue returned to film and television. In this year she starred in 2 movies: Haruka Naru Yakusoku, Ai to Shi wo Mitsumete and in 2 short movies: Presents and Yonimo Kimyona Monogatari "Kyoko-san".
She also starred in special episode of drama, Tokyo Tower.

In 2007, Ryoko starred in the Bubble Fiction: Boom or Bust, Little DJ, Koneko no namida, Mama ga Ryori wo Tsukuru Wake, Long Wedding Road! and she also made a guest appearance in the 3rd episode of detective-mystery series, Galileo.

In the year 2008, Hirosue starred in comedy series, Yasuko to Kenji and in the Movie Okuribito(Departures), which won the 81st Academy Awards Best Foreign Language Film.

In 2009 she is starring in the remake of the mystery film Zero Focus and the adaptation to film of the novel Villon's Wife by Osamu Dasai. Ryoko starred also in drama, Triangle and movie Goemon.

Profile

  • Name : Ryoko Hirosue
  • Sex : Female
  • Nationality : Japan
  • Birthday : 18th July 1980
  • Birthplace : Kochi , Japan
  • Horoscope : Cancer
  • Blood Type : O Type
  • Height : 161cm
  • Body Size (cm) : B83/ W58/ H86
  • Shoe Size : 23.5cm
  • Ring Size : No.7
  • Marital Status: Divorced
  • Debut : Acquired the P&G's Champion of Cosmetic Model Competition (Clearasil PikaPika Face in 1994)
  • Schools : Johoku Junior High School / Shinagawa Joshi Gakuin Senior High School / Wasada University (Department of Japanese Language & Literature)
  • Special Abilities : Basketball/ Swimming/ High Jump/ Running
  • Hobbies : Movie Appreciation/ Karaoke/ Electronic Organ
  • Favorite Singers : Mr. Children/ Judy & Mary/ Chara
  • Most Favorite Foods : Sushi/ Ice-cream/ Sweetened Bun
  • Least Favorite Food : Internal Guts
  • Favorite Color : White
  • Favorite Season : Summer
  • Future Dream : 1. To Appear in Television (Achieved) 2. To Be a Dolphins' Trainer (Achieved) 3. To Make a Kingdom of Dog

Drama

2009
Triangle
2008
Yasuko to Kenji (to page)
2007
Galileo (ep. 3)
Long Wedding Road!
Kiseki no Dobutsuen 2
Mama Ga Ryori wo Tsukuru Wake
2006
Tokyo Tower (Special)
Yonimo Kimyona Monogatari Kyoko-san (to page)
2005
Slow Dance (to page)
2003
Ushinawareta Yakusoku
Musashi (ep 33)
Moto Kare (to page)
2002
Otousan (to page)
Ai Nante Irane Yo, Natsu
Babel
2001
Shotgun Marriage (to page)
Yonimo Kimyona Monogatari Otona Juken
2000
Oyaji (to page)
Summer snow (to page)
Kiseki no Daigyakuten
1999
Lipstick
1998
The last song
Ai wa Chikyuu wo Suku
Sekai de ichiban papa ga suki
Seija no Koushin (to page)
Beach Boys Special (to page)
1997
Yonimo Kimyona Monogatari Wheels
Beach boys (to page)
Odoru Daisousasen Special
Hoshi no Kinka Finale
Boku ga Boku de Aru Tame ni
1996
Konna Watashi ni Dare ga Shita
Long vacation (to page)
King of Sushi
Maho no kimochi / Mokuyou no kaidan 97
1995
Sashow taeko saigo no jiken
Heart ni S
Yonimo Kimyona Monogatari - 10th Anniversary

Movies

2009
Goemon
2008
Okuribito
2007
Koneko no Namida
Little DJ (to page)
Bubble Fiction: Boom or Bust (to page)
2006
Presents ~Aikagi~ (to page)
Haruka naru Yakusoku
Ai to Shi wo Mitsumete
2004
Hana and Alice
2003
Collage of Our Life (to page)
2002
Arita (Jam Films) (to page)
2001
Wasabi (to page)
2000
Zawa-zawa Shimokita-sawa
1999
Himitsu (to page)
Poppoya - Railroad Man (to page)
1997
20th Century Nostalgia
RH Wonderful Story (to page)

Albums

2006
RH Singles &... [Limited Release]
2002
Hirosue Ryoko Perfect Collection (to page)
2001
RH Remix
2000
Kajitsu
Super Idol Series (Fukada Kyoko vs Hirosue Ryoko)
1999
Winter Gift 98
Private
RH Singles &...
Wind Prism
Summer Sunset
RH Debut Tour 1999
Tomorrow
1997
Arigatou

CM to CM page

2008
Shiseido Tsubaki
Keio Railway Line
Coca Cola Japan (Meguri tea)
Meiji Seika Kaisha (Garbo chips)
MBGA.jp
2007
Shiseido Tsubaki
Keio Railway Line
Coca Cola Japan (Meguri tea)
2006
Shiseido Tsubaki
Keio Railway Line
Coca Cola Japan (Meguri tea)
2003
Life (Life Card)
Yahoo! BB
Dip (hatarakonet)
2001
Nissin (Nissin U.F.O. Instant Noodles)
Morinaga Milk (Eskimo Corite)
Enix (Dragon Quest Monsters)
PADI
Japan Highway Public Corporation (ETC)
2000
Kirin Beer (Kirin Lager Beer)
FT Shiseido (Super Mild Shampoo)
Protocorporation (Goo)
Tamanoi Vinegar (Diet Honey Black Vinegar)
1999
Shiseido (Proudia)
Haregi no Marushou
1998
Sakura Bank
1997
Honda (LiveDio)
Nintendo (Starfox 64 and others)
Ajinomoto (Knorr Cupasoup HOT!1 and others)
Asahi Breweries (Mitsuya Cider, Teao)
1996
Meiji Seika Kaisha (Kishirish, Garbo, Meltikiss and others)
NTT DoCoMo (Pocket beeper and i-mode and others)
ASCII CORPORATION (Derby Stallion 96)
1995
P&G (Clearasil)
Glico dairy product industry (Glico Big yogurt is healthy)
Kochi Prefecture, Japan
"P&G" commercial, 1995
Nippon Budokan
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