Mao Inoue

TV Actress

Mao Inoue was born in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan on January 9th, 1987 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 37, Mao Inoue biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 9, 1987
Place of Birth
Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
37 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Child Actor
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Mao Inoue Life

Mao Inoue Mao (born January 9, 1987) is a Japanese actress.

When she was five years old, she debuted as an actress.

Makino Tsukushi (Imai Akane) in Kids War (Kid's War), As Makino Tsukushi in the famous Hana Yori Dango series, and as Sugi Fumi (ja) in the 54th taiga drama Hana Moyu are two of her best known taiga dramas.

Personal life

Inoue Mao said in one show that her mother encouraged her to attend educational activities at the age of 4. She was also learning about music and the arts. Acting wasn't her first priority, but when she received her first fan letter, she decided to keep acting. Although she began acting at an early age, she prioritized education over school. She rose in popularity as a result of her appearance in the Kid's War series in 2004. Despite this, she decided to suspend her acting as she concentrated on graduating from the University of Japan. In 2005, Inoue, a majoring in theater and literature, joined Meiji University, choosing Chinese as her second language elective. She mainly concentrated on her education in her last year of college. She graduated from Meiji University in March 2009.


Mao Inoue Career


Inoue Mao began acting when she was five years old. Since then, she has been involved in many dramas. The viewers became aware of her appearance in the series Kids War, which ran from 1999 to 2003. Mao was the leading actor in the dramatic adaptation of Hana Yori Dango's best-selling manga, alongside Arashi's Matsumoto Jun, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda, and Tsuyoshi Abe. In the same year that the drama was broadcast, Mao was named Best Actress by the Television Drama Academy.

Check It Out, Yo!, the actress co-star in her first film in 2006: Check It Out, Yo! Hayato Ichihara, Yta Hiraoka, and Tasuku Emoto appear on Hayato Ichihara, Ya Yaraoka. The film was in theaters on April 22, 2006.

Hana Yori Dango Returns premiered in early 2007 and was much more popular than the first season. In the same year, Inoue co-starred in the drama First Kiss with Check It Out, Yo! Y'ta Hiraoka, a co-star, appeared in Y'ta Hiraoka. Her appearances led her to her role as a maiko-turned-geisha in the drama special Hanaikusa.

She appeared in Anmitsu Hime as a princess in 2008 and Anmitsu Hime 2 in the upcoming year, where she performed the theme song with Shoko Nakagawa. A film was released in August 2007, just months after the 2007 sequel was announced. It was Inoue's first film appearance. On June 28, 2008, the film was released. For several weeks, it dominated the box office in Japan and became the second fastest earning film in 2008. It was also a hit in many parts of Asia, with the name "10 billion yen actress" bringing the word "10 billion yen actress" to Inoue Mao.

Mao stepped away from acting to focusing on her studies. She began filming for the manga Boku no Hatsukoi wo Kimi ni Sasada, in which she took the lead with Masaki Okada; it was released in theaters in October 2009. My Darling, a foreigner, was born in Inoue, opposite Jonathan Sherr, in April of the following year.

Shun Oguri, a Hana Yori Dango co-star, was reunited with her in Jn Dolittle (literally Dolittle), which premiered in October 2010. Ohisama (, The Sun), a 84th asadora drama starring a young woman who survived World War II in Nagano prefecture, was supposed to air from March 28, 2011, but it was postponed due to the earthquake and tsunami. On April 4, 2011, it debuted. In the 70th The Television Drama Academy Awards, she was named "Best Actress" for her role.

In February 2011, Mao costarred in Taiheiyou no kiseki (Oba: Miracle in the Pacific), about World War II holdout Captain Sakae Oba. Filming in Thailand took place. In late September 2010, Inoue Mao would appear in the film Youkame no Semi, which was released in April 2011. Both films were well-received at the box office. No Semi (literally "eighth day cicada), but Rebirth's portrayal of a daughter with a difficult past has garnered multiple film accolades, including her first "Best Starring Actress" Award in the 35th Japan Film Academy Awards. That year, the film also received nine other accolades.

Inoue Mao was selected to chair the Red team in the New Year's Eve Singing Competition, Khaku Uta Gassen 2011. This squad became the first female-led Red team to win the Kuta Gassen in seven years.

She was selected to appear in the comedy Tug of War!, which will be released in 2012, because of her appearance in Oba: Miracle in the Pacific.

In May 2012, it was announced that Inoue Mao would play the lead role in Tokkan Tokubetsu Chouchukan, reuniting her with director Tsuna Hiichatta. In July 2012, the drama will air on televisions.

In the war film Eien no Zero, she appeared alongside V6's Junichi Okada and Haruma Miura. Filming began in June 2012 and was announced in December 2013. The film dominated the Japan Box Office for eight weeks in a row, and broke box office records. At the Udine Far East Film Festival, the film also received the Audience Award.

It was reported that she would reunite with a few of her costars and Tug of War. King of Apology, the comedy film that was released in September 2013, was directed by the producer.

In March 2014, Inoue appeared in a leading role in the mystery suspense film The Snow White Murder Case, directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura.

In June 2014, it was announced that Inoue would play Sugi Fumi in the 2015 NHK taiga drama, Hana Moyu. "I am the starring actress, so it must be from my lack of ability" as the series attracted historically low ratings during its run.

Mao Inoue made a dramatic comeback in a Fuji TV drama named School Counselor on August 23, 2017, after a year and a half hiatus. On October 17, 2017, Broadcasting began.

In 2019, Inoue appeared in a comedic and cinematic period film. Talking the Pictures and the special 5-episode NHK drama titled Boy Torajiro were released. Angry Rice Wives, her film based on the 1918 Rice Riots, was released in various theaters in Japan on January 8, 2020.

After one year of broadcasting and filming delays, Inoue would have a complete drama comeback in a NTV drama titled Pay to Ace starring Yagira Yuya and Shigeaki Kato in May 2020. In October 2020, Broadcasting will begin. The drama series had been expected to premiere on July, 2020, but it had been postponed due to the COVID-20 outbreak.

Inoue has been chosen to represent Mizuho Bank and Chocola B Eisai series, NTT fleet West, and Asahi Breweries' Asahi Direct Shot, in addition to acting in films. Inoue Mao is collaborating with Tomohisa Yamashita on a Asahi Beer Direct shot. Bomb, Steady, Week Shonen, and others are among the women featured on various newspapers, including Bomb, Steady, and Weekly Shonen.

In 2014, Inoue debuted as a voice actress, playing Apple Boy in one of Anpanman's films. In July 2014, the anime film was released.

3DCG Rudolph and Ippaiattena's next voice project was the animated film. On July 31, 2015, it was announced. The film was released on August 6, 2016.

Inoue Mao was cast in a butai (stage play) called MIWA in 2013.

Anger, a new stage play starring Inoue, was announced. It was from January to April 2016.