Maria Takagi Life and Career

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... Yumie Takagi (高木 由美江, Takagi Yumie?) Yumiko Takagi (高木 由美子, Takagi Yumiko?) The character of Yumie originally appeared in Crossfire as the violent alter-ego ...
Maria Takagi - Life and Career - Gravure Model
... Maria Takagi was born in Chiba Prefecture, Japan on October 25, 1978 ... Rika Inoue (いのうえ梨花), she posed for the men's magazine Urecco and as Maria Takagi, issued a photobook of nude pictures titled Blue in December 2000 ... The next year, Takagi starred in the erotic fantasy Mermaid Girl (マーメイド ~海から来た少女~?) written and directed by Kei Marimura which reached theaters in ...
Maria Takagi - Life and Career - AV Debut
... Takagi's debut as an adult video actress was the December 2002 release Super-Star for the Max-A Calen label ... It was announced in October 2003 that Takagi would play the "other woman" of a married man in the Fuji TV drama series Who Is Your Neighbor? (あなたの隣に誰かいる, Anata ... In late 2003 Takagi was the winner of five awards at the Kuki Inc.-owned XCity's Adult Video Grand Prix Awards ...

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