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Miori Takimoto is a Actor Japonaise born on 16 october 1991 at Tottori (Japon)

Miori Takimoto

Miori Takimoto
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Birth name Miori Takimoto
Nationality Japon
Birth 16 october 1991 (27 years) at Tottori (Japon)

Miori Takimoto (瀧本 美織, Takimoto Miori, born October 16, 1991 in Tottori, Tottori Prefecture) is a Japanese actress and a former musical performer. She is best known for being a member of the disbanded Japanese idol group SweetS.

Biography

Miori Takimoto began her professional career as a member of the former group SweetS, signed by avex. She was chosen from the avex trax 2002-2003 auditions, and the group debuted on August 27, 2003. During these years, she had side projects such as modelling for magazines and acting in Waseda Academy commercials. Miori and her fellow ex-SweetS members parted ways on June 7, 2006.

Upon leaving the music business, she pursued a career in acting. She appeared in a music video for Himari in November 2007. Miori signed with Stardust and since then has appeared in the film Higanjima, Yui's "Never Say Die" music video, and commercials. In November 2014, she debuted with the band Lagoon (ラグーン) as the vocalist.

Best films

The Wind Rises (2013)
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Filmography of Miori Takimoto (2 films)

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Actress

The Wind Rises, 2h6
Directed by Hayao Miyazaki
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, War, Biography, Adventure, Historical, Animation
Themes Feminist films, La fin du monde, Seafaring films, Peinture, Transport films, Aviation films, Political films, Children's films, Disaster films, Films about earthquakes
Actors Hideaki Anno, Jun Kunimura, Mirai Shida, Miori Takimoto, Hidetoshi Nishijima, Morio Kazama
Roles Nahoko Satomi
Rating77% 3.899743.899743.899743.899743.89974
In 1918, the young Jiro Horikoshi longs to become a pilot, but his nearsightedness prevents it. He reads about the famous Italian aircraft designer Giovanni Battista Caproni, and dreams about him that night. In the dream, Caproni tells him that building planes is better than flying them.
Sadako 3D 2, 1h36
Genres Horror
Actors Miori Takimoto, Koji Seto, Satomi Ishihara, Yusuke Yamamoto
Roles Fuko Ando, a young woman who takes care of her niece, Nagi, following her brother's abandonment.
Rating47% 2.384712.384712.384712.384712.38471
The film opens with Takanori Ando (Kōji Seto) waiting as Akane Ayukawa is giving birth to their daughter. After the baby is delivered, he smiles as the baby stops crying. Meanwhile, a woman in white sitting in a garden whose plants seem to have a life of their own, reads Seiji Kashiwada's letters and mutters that the girl is born. Another woman is accessing her laptop in her room when her husband calls her; she is suddenly possessed by a force from her laptop who forces her to commit suicide by stabbing her eye with a knife. Five years after the events of the previous film, Takanori and Akane's daughter, Nagi (Kokoro Hirasawa) is cared by Takanori's younger sister, Fuko (Miori Takimoto); Takanori himself is now working at Asakawa General Hospital since Akane's death by childbirth, distancing himself from Fuko and Nagi as he blames Nagi for Akane's death. Fuko is certain that something is wrong with Nagi as she distances herself from her friends, likes to draw strange imagery, and is always present near people who committed suicide. She consults with her psychiatrist, Dr. Fumika Kamimura (Itsumi Osawa), but she only states that Fuko's anxiety comes because she has not moved from her mother's suicide years ago, whose death she could not prevent. While playing at a park, one of Nagi's friends, Yuna, teases her about Akane's death. Moments later, she is found dead in the nearby river. Fuko becomes even more anxious as more deaths start to occur, from Nagi's babysitter to a train full of people, which Nagi had foreshadowed in her drawings she drew during her psychological test with Dr. Kamimura. She also says that Dr. Kamimura, as well as everyone else, will die.