Keiko Masuda is a Japanese pop singer and actress. She is better known by her nickname Kei, and is one half of Pink Lady, the top idol group in Japan in the 1970s. In the United States, they are known for their self-titled TV program. Masuda is represented by her own management firm Kei-Office.
|Native name:||増田 恵子|
|Born:||Keiko Kobayashi (小林 啓子), September 02, 1957, Aoi-ku, Shizuoka, Japan|
|Other names:||Kei (ケイ), 増田けい子, kéi|
|Website:||Keiko Masuda's Official site|
|IMDb:||Keiko Masuda's IMDb|
About Keiko Masuda
Singer who scored hit singles like "Nagisa No Sindbad" and "Monster" as one half of the enormously popular Japanese pop duo Pink Lady in the 1970s. She has continued on as a solo artist well into the new millennium with albums like Love Song (2014).
Keiko Masuda Before Fame
She was raised in Japan's Shizuoka Prefecture, where she was childhood friends with future Pink Lady bandmate Mitsuyo Nemoto.
Achievement of Keiko Masuda
She gained a cult following in the United States as the co-host of the short-lived variety show Pink Lady.
Keiko Masuda Family Life
She married sound designer Tomoji Kuwaki in 2002.
Associations of Keiko Masuda
She appeared as a guest star on a Leif Garrett television special in 1979.
Information related to Keiko Masuda
- Japanese musical theatre actresses
- Musicians from Shizuoka Prefecture
- Nippon Columbia artists
- Japanese idols
- Japanese female pop singers