Juri Manase

TV Actress

Juri Manase was born on January 1st, 1975 in Tokyo, Japan and is the TV Actress from Japan. Discover Juri Manase's biography, age, height, physical stats, dating/affair, family, hobbies, education, career updates, and networth at the age of 47 years old.

Date of Birth
January 1, 1975
Nationality
Japan
Place of Birth
Tokyo, Japan
Age
47 years old
Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
Profession
Actor, Film Actor
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Parents
Sonny Chiba (father), Yōko Nogiwa (mother)
Siblings
Jirō Yabuki (uncle), Mackenyu (half-brother), Gordon Maeda (half-brother)
About Juri Manase

Juri Manase (真瀬 樹里, Manase Juri) (also known as Julie Manase, born 1 January 1975) is a Japanese actress.

Biography

Juri was inspired to be an actress at the age five by seeing her parents (Sonny Chiba and Yōko Nogiwa) on sets and stage. While she was in school, she took lessons in many types of arts, sports subjects to acquire a wide range of skills to become a versatile actress. Throughout her secondary school years, she was a member of the English acting club. After graduation, she studied acting at Nippon University and was a member of the university Tate (Japanese sword-action) club.

She began her acting career in 1994, in the same year landing a significant role by auditioning for a movie called "ButouhaJingi -Kanketsuhen-" She then appeared in several TV series, movies and plays in Japan. In 1998, Juri was praised in her role as a guest lead in an NHK TV series about Samurai called “Terakoya Yume Shinan.” Her career extended overseas when in 2002 she was invited to the US to teach 'Tate' (Japanese stage combat) to the leads in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill." Along the way, she was offered the role of a "Crazy 88". The director asked her to be Lucy Liu's stunt double for a few takes due to her level of expertise in Tate and Japanese traditional dance. In 2007, she landed a role as a Shinobi (Ninja) in the NHK Taiga Drama Fūrin Kazan. Her performance as well as her expertise in sword-action fascinated the viewers.

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