Keiko Matsuzaka is a Japanese actress. Born in Ōta, Tokyo, her father was a naturalized South Korean while her mother was Japanese.
|Born:||Keiko Shimizu (清水慶子, Shimizu Keiko) as a Japanese and Han Kyeong-ja (韓慶子) as a Korean, July 20, 1952, Tokyo, Japan|
|Other names:||Keiko Takauchi (髙内慶子, Takauchi Keiko)|
|IMDb:||Keiko Matsuzaka's IMDb|
About Keiko Matsuzaka
Japanese actress who won The Hochi Film Award for Best Actress for her role in The Gate of Youth.
She was born in Ōta, Tokyo and she became a child actress in the 1960s when she was involved with the Japanese movie studios, Daiei and Shochiku.
She has released songs and a book containing photographs of her in 2002, and played Madonna in Naniwa no Koi no TorajirÅ.
She came from a South Korean father and a Japanese mother.
She is a contemporary of Japanese movie actress Akiko Nishina.
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- Taiga drama lead actors or actresses
- Recipients of the Medal with Purple Ribbon
- 20th-century Japanese actresses
- Actresses from Tokyo
- 21st-century Japanese actresses