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Erika Toda Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Erika Toda is a Japanese entertainer who is most popular for her work in movies like Death Note (2006), Ten Nights of Dream (2007), L: Change the World (2008), Amalfi: Megami No 50-Byou (2009), Liar Game: The Final Stage (2010), Andalucia: Revenge of the Goddess (2011), SPEC: Close (2013), and Death Note: Light Up the New World (2016).

She is likewise all around perceived for depicting characters, for example, Mariko Uehara in the TV series Nobuta wo Produce (2005), Hida Harumi in the Japanese TV series Engine (2005), Saki in the TV series Gal Circle (2006), Kanzaki Nao in the show TV series Liar Game (2007), Mihoko Hiyama in the dramatization TV series Code Blue (2008-2017), and Shizuna Ariake in the TV series Ryūsei no Kizuna (2008).

Height 5 ft 5 in
Weight 58 kg
Date of Birth August 17, 1988
Zodiac Sign Leo
Spouse Tori Matsuzaka

She had begun her acting profession in 2000, matured only 12, playing the personality of Takino Yoshioka in a TV series called Audrey.

She had then required a 4-year break during which she had tried different things with design/gravure grown-up demonstrating.

For her depiction of the personality of Shizuna Ariake in the show TV series Ryūsei no Kizuna (2008), she had won the ‘Best Supporting Actress’ honor at the 59th Television Drama Academy Awards (2009) as well as the second Tokyo Drama Awards (2009).

That very year, she had been respected with the ‘Novice of the Year’ grant at the Elan d’or Awards, introduced every year by the All Nippon Producers Association (ANPA) in Japan to perceive remarkable accomplishments in homegrown movies and TV.

For her depiction of the personality of Tōma Saya in the dramatization TV series Keizoku 2: SPEC (2010), she had won the ‘Best Actress’ honor at the 2011 Television Drama Academy Awards.

Her leisure activities/interests incorporate playing the piano and calligraphy (a visual craftsmanship connected with composing that incorporates the plan and execution of lettering with a pen, ink brush, or another composing instrument).

In 2012, for her depiction of the personality of Aoto Junko in the TV series Kagi no Kakatta Heya (2012), she had won the ‘Best Supporting Actress’ honor at the Television Drama Academy Awards.

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