Nana Eikura est une Actrice Japonaise née le 12 février 1988 à Izumi (Japon)
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Nationalité JaponNaissance 12 février 1988
(33 ans) à Izumi (Japon
Nana Eikura (榮倉奈々, Eikura Nana, née le 12 février 1988 à Kagoshima, au Japon) est une actrice et mannequin japonaise. Elle débute comme mannequin en 2002, apparaissant dans de nombreux magazines de modes et campagnes publicitaires.
En parallèle, elle commence à tourner pour le cinéma et la télévision en 2004, et décroche rapidement des premiers rôles. À partir de 2005, elle anime en parallèle une émission de radio, Girls Locks! sur Tokyo FM , qu'elle arrêtera en septembre 2010. En 2006, elle joue le rôle principal d'une série télévisée (ou "drama"), Dandori -Dance Drill-, et en 2007 elle est tête d'affiche de quatre films au cinéma, dont Boku wa imōto ni koi wo suru. Elle joue ensuite les rôles-titres des drama Hitomi en 2008 et Mei-chan no Shitsuji en 2009, et elle remporte la même année un grand succès au box-office japonais en tant que vedette du film April Bride.
She was born in Izumi, Kagoshima, and raised in Sagamihara, Kanagawa. While a junior high student, she was scouted in front of the 109 department store in Shibuya, Tokyo. During her middle-teenage years, Nana modeled in several fashion magazines, mainly in Seventeen.
During the 2000s, Eikura was featured in Seventeen along with Emi Suzuki and several others. Eikura later began appearing in various advertisements and collections in the mid-2000s and has appeared in many TV advertisements. A model turning into an actress is usually considered a "loser" in modeling, but Eikura, a successful model, began acting in the mid-2000s. Since around 2007, Eikura has intentionally gained nearly 12 kg (27 pounds).
In the mid-2000s she sometimes nicknamed herself the "Spider", like "Spider Eikura", after her top favorite MMA fighter, who has thin and long arms, Anderson "The Spider" Silva. She was also given the nickname relating to combat sports "Samoan Eikura" because of her facial resemblance to Mark Hunt and Samoa Joe. In 2006 soon after PRIDE Critical Countdown Absolute, Eikura, under the nickname Samoan Eikura, interviewed Mark Hunt on the Tokai TV show The MMA Kingdom where Hunt said "I've never seen such a skinny Samoan".
Eikura first worked with Masami Nagasawa in 2006, and since then she has appeared in eight TV commercials with Nagasawa. Nagasawa has frequently described Eikura as an "incredibly" nice person, as many models whom Nagasawa has worked with were "incredibly" arrogant to her, mocking her, and some of them even physically assaulted her. This was backed up by Rosa Kato and Asami Mizukawa who have worked with many models. Kato supported Nagasawa and cited Eikura as being "not a typical model because Eikura doesn't slur actresses".
Eikura has appeared in advertisements for non-fashion/non-cosmetic items, including Coca-Cola, the Japanese Red Cross, Japan Post Service, Johnson & Johnson's Japanese branch, KDDI's au, Lion, and Nintendo's videogame Rhythm Heaven. She has also appeared in non-fashion magazines as a model. The latest one is an appearance on the NASCAR-orientated magazine Racing On with Emi Suzuki's protégé "No Mercy" Nozomi Sasaki.
Eikura can play shamisen, has a diploma, and can sing in fluent Ryukyu language, which she learned from her modeling colleagues who were from Okinawa. She once covered Rimi Natsukawa's song "Nada Sōsō" on a Kinki Kids' TV show in 2007.
She appeared in Shinji Aoyama's 2011 film Tokyo Park. She starred as Sakamaki Yuki in the winter 2012 drama serial Saikō no Jinsei no Owarikata: Ending Planner.
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