Aoi Nakabeppu

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Aoi Nakabeppu
Native name 中別府 葵
Born (1990-09-13) September 13, 1990 (age 27)
Kōshi, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Fashion model, actress
Years active 2005–present

Aoi Nakabeppu (中別府 葵, Nakabeppu Aoi, born September 13, 1990, in Kōshi, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan[1]) is a Japanese fashion model and actress who is affiliated with Horipro.

Biography

In 2005, Nakabeppu won the 30th Horipro Tarento Scout Caravan Quasi Grand Prix award, and debuted in the entertainment industry in the wake.

In 2006, she had been an exclusive model in the fashion magazine Mina.

In 2008, Nakabeppu was elected in the 2008 level of Toray Girl Swimsuit Campaign. At the time, she was belonged to Toray's women's volleyball team and met Saori Kimura and made friends.[2]

In March 24, 2009, Nakabeppu graduated from Sunrise High School. She was synchronized with people such as Kie Kitano and Natsumi Kiyoura.

Nakabeppu also had a good relationship with Mitsuki Tanimura.

On April 1, 2009, she was enrolled to Meiji Gakuin University's Department of Sociology.

In April 2013, Nakabeppu became a member of Tokyo Girls Run's second graduating class.[3]

Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Network Notes
2006 My Boss My Hero 3rd year class C student NTV Guest appearance
2007 Life Chie Mamiya Fuji TV
2008 Aren't You a Criminal? Sandy/Yōko/Kurobe TV Asahi Episode 3
Walkin' Butterfly Michiko Torayasu TV Tokyo Main Role
Galileo Fuji TV Episode Phi
2009 Mei-chan no Shitsuji Fujiko Natsume Fuji TV
Ninkyo Helper Yayoi Hino Fuji TV
Samurai High School Kanae NTV Episodes 1 and 2
Real Clothes Mami Konishi Fuji TV Episodes 6 and 7
2010 Code Blue Saki Saito Fuji TV Season 2, Episode 3
Hotaru no Hikari Mana Sugishita NTV
2011 Diplomat Kosaku Kuroda Haruko Fuji TV Episode 1
Ouran High School Host Club Ayame Jonouchi TBS Episode 3
2012–2013 Switch Girl!!/Switch Girl!! 2 Nito Fuji TV Two, Fuji TV Episode 2, Episode 3
2013 Kumo no Kaidan Yukari Kawai NTV
Bussen Tsubasa Sanjo TBS
Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches Leona Miyamura Fuji TV Episode 7
2014 Hanako to Anne Sumiko Okura NHK Asadora
Kyaroringu: Christmas no Kiseki Rei NHK BS Premium
Woman won't allow it. Rieko Ozawa TBS Episode 6
2015 Ishitachi no Renai Jijō Wakabayashi Fuji TV
Siren Mahiru Fuji TV Episode 6 and 7

Film

Year Title Role Director Notes
2007 16 [jyu-roku] Hiroshi Okuhara [4]
2008 Bokura no Hōteishiki Eiji Uchida [5]
Yesterdays Akane Makimura Takashi Kubota [6]
2009 Kanna's Big Success! Nanako Sumidagawa Koichi Inoue [7]
2012 Hotaru the Movie: It's Only a Little Light in My Life Mana Sugishita Hiroshi Yoshino [8]
2013 The Great Passage Yuya Ishii [9]
2014 Live Bow Gun Angel Noboru Iguchi [10]
2017 Utsukushii Hito Saba? Isao Yukisada [11]

References

  1. ^ "Official profile at Horipro". Retrieved 2015-06-19. 
  2. ^ "どーなつ。すぽーつ。2009年7月22日". Retrieved 2015-06-19. 
  3. ^ "ゴールドコーストマラソン日本事務局". Retrieved 2015-06-19. 
  4. ^ "16[jyu-roku]". Movie Walker. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 
  5. ^ 僕らの方程式. eiga.com. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 
  6. ^ 映画『イエスタデイズ』. Cinema Today. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 
  7. ^ 映画『劇場版 カンナさん大成功です!』. Cinema Today. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 
  8. ^ キャスト・スタッフ - 映画 ホタルノヒカリ. Yahoo Japan Corporation. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 
  9. ^ 舟を編む. Yahoo Japan Corporation. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 
  10. ^ 映画 ライヴ. Stingray. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 
  11. ^ うつくしいひと サバ?. eiga.com. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 

External links

  • Official profile at Horipro (in Japanese)
  • Official profile at Tokyo Girls Run (in Japanese)
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