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Atsuko Maeda’s height is 5ft 3in (1.60 m)

Atsuko Maeda (前田 敦子, Maeda Atsuko, born July 10, 1991 in Ichikawa, Chiba) is a Japanese singer and actress known for her work in the Japanese idol group AKB48. Maeda was one of the most prominent members in the group, and placed first among all AKB48 and sister group candidates in the group’s general 2009 and 2011 elections, and second in the 2010 election. She also appeared on many of its album covers. On March 25, 2012, she announced her graduation from AKB48; it was held on August 27. She has since continued with a solo singing and acting career.

Atsuko Maeda

First Name: Atsuko
Last Name: Maeda
Other Names: Acchan
Born: 10th July, 1991, Chiba, Japan
Height: 5ft 3in (1.60 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Brown – Light
Hair Color: Black
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Ethnicity: Asian
Nationality: Japanese
Occupation: Actress, Singer
Genre: J-pop
Bust (inches): 30
Cup Size: B
Waist (inches): 24
Hips (inches): 33
Filmography: Nobunaga Concerto (2015), Initiation Love (2015), Yo ni mo Kimyô na Monogatari Spring 2015 (2015), Kageri Yuku Natsu (2015), Kamisama no iu tôri (2014), Leaders (2014), Eight Ranger 2 (2014), Kabukichô Love Hotel (2014), The Complex (2013), Kasukana Kanojo (2013), The Complex: Prologue (2013), Asaki yumemishi – yaoya oshichi ibun (2013), Seventh Code (2013), Moratorium Tamako (2013), The Drudgery Train (2012), The Ending Planner (2012), Drucker in the Dugout (2011), Marumo no okite (2011, TV Show), Sakura kara no tegami: AKB48 sorezore no sotsugyou monogatari (2011, TV Show), Hana zakari no kimi tachi e: Ikemen paradaisu (2011), Ryômaden (2010, TV Show), Q.10 (2010, TV Show), Majisuka gakuen (2010, TV Show), Shiori to Shimiko no kaiki jikenbo (2008, TV Show), Homeroom on the Beachside (2008, TV Show), How to Become Myself (2007), The Suicide Song (2007), The 36th Annual Japan Academy Awards (2013), AKB48+One+Ten (2013), Documentary of of AKB48: Show Must Go On (2012), Documentary of AKB48: To Be Continued (2011), Documentary of AKB48: 1mm saki no mirai (2011, TV Show), The 53rd Annual Japan Record Awards (2011), Majisuka gakuen (2010, TV Show), Bokura no jidai (2007, TV Show), Jônetsu tairiku (1998, TV Show), Music Station (1986, TV Show)

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