Rei Kikukawa - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Rei Kikukawa’s height is 5ft 5¼in (1.66 m)

Rei Kikukawa (菊川 怜, Kikukawa Rei, born February 28, 1978) is a Japanese actress, model, and television presenter.

First Name: Rei
Last Name: Kikukawa
Born: 28th February, 1978, Saitama, Japan
Height: 5ft 5¼in (1.66 m)
Build: Slim
Hair Color: Black
Astrological Sign: Pisces
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: Asian
Nationality: Japanese
Occupation: Actress, TV presenter
Filmography: Akakabu kenji funsenki 5 (2015), Onsen okami futari no jikenbo 3 (2014), Keishichô Shinri Sôsakan Asuka 4 (2014), Katei kyôshi ga toku! 2: Hyôjô no Satsujin Trick (2014), Onsen okami futari no jikenbo 2 (2013), Keishichô Shinri Sôsakan Asuka 3 (2013), Kuruma no futari: Tokyo Drive Stories (2012), Akakabu kenji funsenki 4 (2012), Onsen okami futari no jikenbo: ehime dôgo onsen 5.7.5 no satsujin (2012), Keiji damashii (2012), Keishichô Shinri Sôsakan Asuka 2 (2012), Katei kyôshi ga tokuba: Satsujin hôteishiki no suiri drill (2012), Kansatsui Nanaura Sayoko- Hôigakusha no jiken profile (2011, TV Movie), Asukô march (2011, TV Show), Kansatsui Shichiura Sayoko- Hôigakusha no jiken profile (2011, TV Movie), Onna keiji sakonyama kyoko – 90 bin kinkyu taihi seyo (2011), Akakabu kenji funsenki 3 (2011), The Third Woman (2011), The Tax G-Men 23 (2011), Revalue Nippon Project – Nakata Hidetoshi nippon wo tsunagu – (2011), The Lady Shogun and Her Men (2010), Akakabu kenji: Kyoto hen (2010), Sankyô no shô (2010, TV Movie), Yagyû bugeichô (2010, TV Movie), Akakabu kenji funtôki 2: akujo no shôgen (2010), Meon (2010), Onsen nakai Koizumi Atsuko no jikenbo: Minamiizu yukemuri satsujin jiken (2009), The Cherry Orchard: Blossoming (2008), Dageki tenshi Ruri (2008, TV Show), Keishichô denwa shidôkan: Fukagawa mariko no jikenbo (2008), Onna Kyôshi tantei saionji rika no satsujin note (2008), Genghis Khan: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea (2007), Byôin no chikara: Hoshizora hosupitaru (2007, TV Show), Ri Kôran (2007, TV Show), Satsujin iki okunohosomichi (2007), Hei no naka no korinai onnatachi: utsunomiya joshi keimusho 2006 (2006, TV Movie), Izumo no okuni (2006, TV Show), Gôgai! jiken kisha misaki (2006, TV Movie), Shinmai jiken kisha Misaki 2 (2006), Keishicho kanshikika dai 9 han Midnight Blue (2006), Aoi byôten (2006), Hayashiya Sanpei monogatari (2006), One Missed Call (2005, TV Show), Shinmai jiken kisha Misaki (2005, TV Movie), Rokugatsu no hanayome 2005: Karutetto (2005), Kuroi jukai (2005), Godzilla: Final Wars (2004), Install (2004), Shinsengumi! (2004, TV Show), Reikan basu gaido jikenbo (2004), Yumemiru budô: Hon o yomu onna (2003, TV Show), Keiji ichirô (2003), I Want to be Loved to Love (2003), Ol Zenidô (2003), Ren’ai hensachi (2002), Tokyo niwatsuki ikkodate (2002), Watashi no aozora 2002 (2002), Double Deception (2001), Let’s Go Nagatacho (2001, TV Show), Maria (2001, TV Show), Love and Life in the White (2001, TV Show), Dômoto kyôdai (2001), Densetsu no kyôshi (2000, TV Show), Henshu-oh (2000), Watashi no aozora (2000), Kiken na kankei (1999, TV Show), Kasôken no onna (1999), Shimura ken no baka tono sama (1986, TV Show), Chûgakusei nikki (1962, TV Show), Kindai Kenchiku Tanjô Hiwa IV (2015), FNS 27HRS Television 28 (2014), Touch! WOWOW 2014 (2014), Konnya kurabete mimashita (2013), Tokyo Brandnew Girls (2012), Iitabi yume kibun (2012), World Quiz Classic (2012), Minna no amekan (2012), Venus no himitsu (2012), Evening Press Donna (2012), Neptune no chô taiken! Time Warp Travel – Jikan ryokô de edo jidai e – (2012), Hirunandesu! (2012), Telementary (2012), Studio Park kara konnichiwa (2011), Mirai e no kakehashi: denryoku 60-nen no ayumi to chousen (2011, TV Movie), 34 jikan genki TV (2011), Scooper (2011), Miyako no kaori Special (2011), Nijiiro Jean (2011), Kandô! kiseki no dôbutsu ôkoku naite waratte otakara eizô special (2011), Minna de Garireo! Saiensu adobenchâ in Nagoyashi kagakukan (2011), Benechia ga abunai!: Mizu no miyako kara no kinkyuu messêji (2011), The rekishi meshi (2011), Haneru no tobira (2011), Special! kessakusen (2011), Asia neppû kaidô (2011), Max Brain (2011), Kekkyoku! kakuritsu naanoda (2011), Lion Presents Gokigenyô (2010, TV Show), Sukapâ! Awâdo 2010 (2010, TV Movie), Ikegami akira no manaberu news (2010, TV Show), Watashi to BS (2010), Kuraberu kurabera (2010), The 30th Annual All Japan High School Quiz Championship (2010), Tsukaeru! Idea house (2010), Kan jani eight no jani ben (2010), Geinôjin saikyô nô No.1 ketteisen (2010), Seikatsu hot morning (2009), Sujinashi (2009), The 41st Annual Omoide no Melody (2009), Koi no karasawagi (2009), The 29th Annual All Japan High School Quiz Championship (2009), Shiru shiru mishiru (2008), Peke Pon (2007, TV Show), Imada haushingu (2007), Tsurube no kazoku ni kanpai (2007), Toshigai (2007), Takeshi Kitano Presents Comaneci University Mathematics (2006, TV Show), Chii sanpo (2006, TV Show), Nihon no korekara (2005, TV Show), 24 Hour Television: Love Saves the Earth (2005), Sekai no zekkei 100 sen (2005), Kinyô Variety (2005), Oshare kankei (2005), Quiz Presen Variety: Q sama!! (2004, TV Show), The 24th Annual All Japan High School Quiz Championship (2004, TV Movie), Nepleague (2003, TV Show), NHK World Network (2003), Dômoto tsuyoshi no shôjiki shindoi (2002, TV Show), Shinso hodo bankisha! (2002), Eigo de shabera-night (2001, TV Show), Dômoto kyôdai (2001), Ai no apron (1999, TV Show), Joho presenter tokudane! (1999), Doyô studio park: anata no koe ni okotaeshimasu (1999, TV Show), Pikaichi (1999), D’s Garage 21 (1999), Pussuma (1998, TV Show), Tetsuko’s Room (1976, TV Show), Quiz do re mi fa don! (1976, TV Show), Shôten (1966, TV Show)

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