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Ryoko Hirosue (Hirosue Ryōko?, born July 18, 1980) is a Japanese actress and pop star, best known in the West for her role in the Luc Besson-produced Wasabi.
Hirosue made her television debut in 1995 at the age of 15.
More prominent roles made her way the following year when she co-starred with Takuya Kimura Long Vacation which swept the 9th Television Drama Academy Awards (Japan) with 10 wins including the award for "Best Drama".
She was also named "Best Newcomer" at the 10th Television Drama Academy Awards the same year when she starred comedy series, Shota no Sushi.
In 1997, she appeared in the finalé of medical drama, Hoshi no Kinka and the special episode of Odoru Daisousasen before making her breakthrough performance, Beach Boys, where she was awarded "Best Supporting Actress" at the 14th Television Drama Academy Awards.
Hirosue also made her film debut in the same year when she appeared in 20-seki Nostalgia .
She was awarded the Sponichi Grand Prize New Talent Award at the Mainichi Film Awards, Best New Talent at the Yokohama Film Festival and perhaps most importantly, the Newcomer of the Year award at the 21st Japanese Academy Awards.

In 1998, Hirosue reprised her role in the special episode of Beach Boys while also appearing in four other television dramas in the same year.
In 1999, she returned to the big screen in Poppoya and Himitsu.
Her performances in both films won her much praise from award-giving bodies of Japan and she received two nominations at the 23rd Japanese Academy Awards for Best Actress (for Himitsu) and Best Supporting Actress (for Poppoya).
Her international profile also increased when she received the Best Actress prize for her performance in Himitsu at the 30th Catalonian International Film Festival.

She returned prominently to television in 2000 playing Yuki Katase in the drama, Summer Snow, which won 5 awards at the 26th Television Drama Academy Awards including "Best Supporting Actress" and "Best Drama" before showing off her comedic chops .
The latter role again won her "Best Supporting Actress" at the 27th awards ceremony.

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