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Haruka Ayase

Haruka Ayase, Aya Tademaru in real life, is a Japanese actress and singer who rose to fame for winning the 25th HORIPRO Talent Scout Caravan Grand Prix.

Ms. Ayase started her career as a gravure idol, releasing a photobook and DVD. She then branched out into acting where she landed small roles in television dramas like the 2003 Fuji TV drama "The Way I Live" (Boku no Ikiru Michi). Her career then went into overdrive with her popular performance as Hirose Aki in the 2004 TBS televsion drama "Crying Out Love, in the Center of the World." She beat out 723 contestants for that role.

Recently, Ms. Ayase has become just as popular on the big screen as she starred in such films such as "Cyborg Girl," "Happy Flight," "Ichi," and "Oppai Volleyball." Her acting diversity should also be noted as she performed as a cyborg in "Cyborg Girl," an airline stewardess in "Happy Flight," blind swordswoman in "Ichi" and a junior high volleyball coach in "Oppai Volleyball."

Ms. Ayase also has a successful music career. She released her first single "Period" in 2006. Her debut single went straight to #8 on the weekly Oricon singles chart. She also released two other singles, "Kosaten Days" (2006) and "Hikoki Gumo" (2007), which received similar levels of success.

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