Qyoko Kudo

1966

Qyoko Kudo, a Japanese actress in film and on stage, sifted her life to be an actor after building her business carrier. While having acting training at United Performers' Studio in Tokyo, she got her role in the Alejandro González Iñárritu film 'Babel' in 2006 casted by Yoko Narahashi. Accumulating experience in acting, she started engaging in the films created by directors from abroad that sought Japan from their perspective, as well as those films shot by Japanese directors'. While many works she got involved in were nominated for numerous domestic and international awards, the Edmund Yeo film 'kingyo' brought her to Venice International Film Festival in 2009. Same year at Raindance Film Festival by the Yasutomo Chikuma film 'Now, I...'. In 2011, the Yusaku Okamoto film 'Fragrance of Smoke' at Short Shorts Film Festival in Asia. In 2013, nomination for Best Director and Best Lead Actress award of St. Tropez International Film Festival by the Sutipornprachum Vichian film 'Clothes Peg

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