Yuriko Yoshitaka is a Japanese actress from Tokyo.
- Native name
- 吉高由里子 (YOSHITAKA Yuriko)
- Yuririn, Yurishii
- July 22, 1988 (age 25)
- 5' 2" (158 cm)
- Blood type
- Films, TV dramas, commercials
Yoshitaka made her debut in Sion Sono’s 2006 film, “Noriko’s Dinner Table”.
Sometime around September of 2007, she was involved in a car accident in which she fractured her jaw, forcing her to stay in the intensive care unity of a hospital for 5 days. However, while in the hospital, she got the news that she had won the audition for the lead role in Yukio Ninagawa’s adaptation of Hitomi Kanehara’s Akutagawa Prize-winning novel “Snakes & Earrings”. Although the role promised to be extremely demanding—requiring piercings, tattoos, and nudity—she reportedly gained some perspective and courage by comparing her brief 20-year existence to Earth’s 4.6 billion years and by putting all of her trust in Ninagawa’s direction.
Filmography as actor
- Himizu (2012)