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Tsuru Aoki

From Wikipedia Tsuru Aoki (September 9, 1892 – October 18, 1961) was a popular Japanese stage and screen actress whose career was most prolific during the silent film era of the 1910s through the 1920s. Aoki may have been the first Asian actress to garner top-billing in American motion pictures.

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Sep 9, 1892 In Tokyo, Japan
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie O Mimi san 1914-02-05
Latest Project:
Movie Sen Yan’s Devotion 1924-07-01
Known For
Poster of Night Life in Hollywood
Poster of The Breath of the Gods
Poster of The Dragon Painter
Poster of The Typhoon
Movie Sen Yan’s Devotion 1924-07-01
Movie The Great Prince Shan Nita 1924-05-01
Movie The Battle 1923-12-23
Movie Night Life in Hollywood Self 1922-11-15
Movie Black Roses 1921-05-22
Movie The Breath of the Gods Unknown 1920-07-25
Movie A Tokyo Siren Unknown 1920-06-14
Movie The Courageous Coward 1919-03-31
Movie A Heart in Pawn Sada 1919-03-20
Movie The Dragon Painter Ume-Ko 1919-09-28
Movie Bonds of Honor 1919-10-04
Movie The Bravest Way 1918-06-16
Movie His Birthright Saki San 1918-09-08
Movie The Call of the East O'Mitsu, His Sister 1917-10-15
Movie O Mimi san 1914-02-05
Movie The Wrath of the Gods Toya San 1914-06-08
Movie The Typhoon 1914-10-10
Movie The Last of the Line Girl at Riverside 1914-12-24