Eri Fukatsu is a Japanese actress, widely recognized for her appearance in "Christmas Express" commercial for the Central Japan Railway Company.
Early Life and Education
Eri Fukatsu was born on 11 January 1973 in Oita City, Oita, Japan. Fukatsu's father is an engineer and mother is calligrapher Yumiko Fukatsu.
She made her first show business at her early age of 13 which made her win the Miss Harajuku Grand Pix held in Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood.
Eri Fukatsu is an Asian in ethnicity and holds Japanese nationality.
Eri Fukatsu's career began at her early age of 13, in her early years in Japan's entertainment business, Fukatsu worked as a singer under the names Rie Takahara, and Rie Mizuhara, later she settled using her original name.
In 1988, Fukatsu made her screen debut in the film adaptation of "Toma ni Shinzo" entitled Summer Vacation 1999. Among her other television credits, Fukatsu also provides narration for the long-running " World Heritage Sites" program on Japanese television.
Later in the year 1997, she took her role of Sumire Onda in the Bayside Shakedown television series. Fukatsu also co-starred with Satoshi Tsumabuki in Lee Sang-il's 2010 film Villian, which made her win the Best Actress Award at the 34th Montreal World Film Festival.
Moreover, in 2011, she starred with Koki Mitani's A Ghost of a Chance, one of her most famous appearance. Fujitsu's other popular appearance is The Bayside Shakedown Final, The Long Excuse, Journey to the Shore, etc.
Eri Fukatsu is currently in a relationship with Haruhisa Shirayama, her fashion stylist; they have been dating since 2006, according to rumors.
Before Haruhisa, Fukatsu dated Kenji Ozawa in 1995 and before that she dated Satoshi Tsubaki.
Besides her love affairs, Fukatsu height (156 cm), weighs 127lbs.
Eri Fukatsu earns a good amount of money from her acting career as, she has appeared in numerous television show, movies, and advertisements also, which adds up to her total net worth of $ 5 million, high enough to hold her luxurious lifestyle.
by ab-niranjan, 11 Jul, 2017