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Sayuri Oyamada


Sayuri Oyamada is an actor in film, television and commercials. She currently works in Japan and globally, including locations in China, Haiti and the United States. Her work includes films featured at Berlin International Film Festival, Cannes and the New York Asian Film Festival. Commercial work includes work for clients such as Apple, Shiseido,... See full bio »

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in Niigata, Japan

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Kagi-dorobô no mesoddo
Kagi-dorobô no mesoddo Shoko Mizushima
(2012)
Mirakuru banana
Mirakuru banana Sachiko Mishima
(2005)
Body Drop Asphalt
(2000)

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 2013 Karuto
 2012 Kagi-dorobô no mesoddo
Shoko Mizushima
 2010 Tôku no sora
 2009 Watashi dasu wa
Kaede Dojo
 2007 Densen uta
Takako Fukuyama 'Hime'
 2007 Tokyo no uso
Minami
 2005 Mirakuru banana
Sachiko Mishima
 2005 Su-ki-da
Yu's elder sister
 2005 Fururi
Chinatsu
 2005 Shinjû erejî
Kyoko Mizoguchi
 2004 Ki no umi
 2003 Seventh Anniversary
Lulu
 2003 Eau de vie
 2002 Bright Future
Miho Nimura
 2000 Tôkyô gomi onna
Sayaka
 2000 Body Drop Asphalt
Eri
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TV commercial for Shiseido with Lady Gaga - Actress

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Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)

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