Eriko Tamura

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Eriko Tamura

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Eriko Tamura
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Eriko Tamura interviewed by RealTVfilms in 2016
Native name 田村 英里子
Born (1973-01-16) January 16, 1973 (age 44)
Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Residence Los Angeles
Occupation actress, singer
Years active 1989–present
Agent Creative Artists Agency (U.S.)
Television Idol Densetsu Eriko
Website www.erikotamura.jp
Musical career
Instruments Vocals

Eriko Tamura (田村 英里子?, Tamura Eriko, born in January 16, 1973 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan),[1] sometimes credited only as Eriko, is a Japanese actress and singer. Her anime series Idol Densetsu Eriko (Legendary Idol Eriko) has been syndicated worldwide, airing in such countries as France, Italy, India and Spain. In live-action series, she portrayed Princess Yaeko in the television show Heroes and Mai, the villainess in the feature film Dragonball Evolution.

Career[edit]

Tamura grew up in Düsseldorf, Germany and lived there for six years with her family from the age of 8 to the age of 13. Tamura (who speaks fluent English, German, and Japanese) has starred in over 20 films and television series in Japan. Tamura is a recording artist. She has released 10 original albums and 18 singles with record label EMI. Tamura has toured all over Japan, giving concert performances in such venues as the prestigious Nippon Budokan.

In the United States, Tamura has appeared in the NBCHeroes as Princess Yaeko, a love interest of Hiro Nakamura and Takeso Kensei.[2] In 2009, Tamura also played a leading role, Mai, the villainess in the 20th Century Fox feature Dragonball Evolution.[3][4] Also in 2009, Tamura played Sock’s stepsister in season 2 of Reaper.

The anime series entitled Idol Densetsu Eriko (Legendary Idol Eriko) was created as a result of her popularity. The show has been translated into six languages and syndicated worldwide, airing in such countries as France, Italy, India and Spain.

Tamura won a celebrated American Idol-esque competition in Japan at the age of 14, soon after moving back to Japan from Germany. Winning this popular competition resulted her to join the cast of the prime-time television comedy Born to be Wild! as a series regular.

Tamura’s first starring role was in the award-winning NHK mini-series, My Beloved Ultra Seven. Tamura was then cast in the highly regarded Taiga Drama television series Hideyoshi, in which she portrayed real-life historical figure, Hosokawa Gracia.

In 2007, Tamura filed a lawsuit against IMDb for invading her privacy by posting her birthday and full name online. The complaint was settled privately.[5]

Her first autobiography, Hollywood Dream (ハリウッド ドリーム?, Hariuddo Dorīmu),[6] was published in Japan by Bungeishunjū in 2009.

Acting Credits

2009 REAPER  (TV SERIES) KRISTEN

2007
Nuclear Hurricane (2007) (TV Movie)
Jasmine
2007
Reaper (2007) (TV Show)
Kristen
2006
Chika
2006
Heroes (2006) (TV Show)
Yaeko
2006
Spotting a Seat on a Commuter Train
Takako Kikurai
2001
Watashi wo ryokan ni tsuretette (TV Show)
Aiko
2001
Jiko
Rieko Sako
2000
Closed Ward
2000
Jikô
Rieko
1999
Yakusoku
Rieko
1999
Aoi tori shokogun
1998
Kurenai (TV Show)
Maki Satomura
1998
Watashi no nakano dareka
1997
Kumo no ueno aoi sora
1997
Mizu no toride
Yukino
1996
Hideyoshi (TV Show)
Otama
1996
Kagerô II
Ocho
1996
Yakai no hate
Hyakuko
1996
Ichi, ni no sanshiro
Shino
1996
Ninja gaeshi mizuno shiro
Yukino – Princess
1995
Non no kekkon
Non
1995
Onimaro zanshinken
Orin
1994
Don o totta otoko
Jane
1993
Watashi ga aishita Ultraseven (TV Movie)
Yuriko Hishimi, Anne
1993
Jonny no natsu
1992
Momotarô Zamurai
1989
Afternoon When Flowers Fell
Numata – Mika
1989
Legendary Idol Eriko (TV Show)
Eriko Tamura

Self

2008
Heroes Report (TV Show)
2008
Heroes: Japan Premiere Special
2001
Eigo de shabera-night (TV Show)
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