Yōko Maki (actress)
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 2004 film Infection and the 2004 American horror film The Grudge.
|Native name||真木 よう子|
October 15, 1982
Inzai, Chiba, Japan
|Height||1.56 m (5 ft 1 in)|
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.
|2003||Hakoiri Musume! (ハコイリムスメ! Shurayukihime)||Natsuko||series||Ep.2,4|
|Mōdōken Kuīru no Isshō (盲導犬クイールの一生)||series||Ep.1,2,4-7|
|Kao (顔)||Sae Takeuchi||series||Ep.9|
|2004||Kurokawa no Techō (黒革の手帖)||series||Ep.5-7|
|Toride naki Mono (砦なき者)||Meiko Furuya||one-episode||-|
|2006||Jikō Keisatsu (時効警察)||Ritsuko Tachibana||series||Ep.8|
|2007||Fūrin Kazan||Princess Miru||Taiga drama||Ep.26-??|
|Watashitachi no Kyōkasho||Saki Ōshiro||series||regular|
|2008||Weekly Maki Yoko (週刊真木よう子 Shūkan Maki Yōko)||-||omnibus||regular|
|Loss:Time:Life (ロス:タイム:ライフ)||Kiyomi Horiike||omnibus||Ep.8|
|Walkin' Butterfly (ウォーキン☆バタフライ)||Chinatsu Kakiuchi||series||Ep.9|
|6jikango ni Kimi wa shinu (6時間後に君は死ぬ)||Mio Harada||one-episode||-|
|2010||Ryōmaden||Narasaki Ryō (aka Oryō)||Taiga drama||recurring|
|2001||Pelican Road (ペリカンロード)||Emiko Sakura|
|2005||Tokyo Friends||Ryōko Fujiki|
- "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)
- LIP (2003)
- Gekkan Maki Yoko (2007)
- Gekkan Maki Yoko Special (2008)
- Michiko to Hatchin (2008) – Michiko
- "Maki Yoko Married". Japan Zone. November 17, 2008. Retrieved March 21, 2010.
- Stuart Galbraith IV (16 May 2008). The Toho Studios Story: A History and Complete Filmography. Scarecrow Press. p. 434. ISBN 978-1-4616-7374-3.