Category Archives: Actresses

Nana Mizuki 水樹 奈々

Nana Mizuki水樹 奈々, was born on January 21, 1980.

She was born in Niihama Ehime Japan. From a young age she began training her voice and very early in her life even released a single via cassette under the name Nana Kondō called Tsugazakura” (つがざくら, lit. “Phyllodoce Nipponica”).

Nana Mizuki was trained in Enka, a style of singing that stylistically dances around traditional Japanese music.

As she grew she continued to release music but opted to with the Name Nana Mizuki.

She then got into voice acting which became very successful for her. Doing voice over work from projects like Naruto to the Hunger Games.

Her voice work is best known for being shy and in romantic relationships. Her shy characters often gather more courage later on in the story.

In 2020 Nana Mizuki announced her marriage and also celebrated the pregnancy of her first child.

Here is a list of Nana Mizuki’s studio albums:

Compilation albums

Miss Song Hotel Video (Complete and uncensored)


Very recent Korean entertainment headlines regarding the leaked video of a certain A-list actress’ intimate activities with a not-as-well-known female colleague last month, have had thousands of netizens searching the file sharing site it was reported to have been uploaded to. Even though the site removed it just three hours after it had been uploaded to their servers, under the threat of criminal prosecution, I was fortunate enough to obtain the complete and uncensored (no blurred-out faces here) video file through a friend of a friend (and ’nuff said about that).

I’m not stating the actress’ full name, not that it would matter if I did, because regular readers of this site will instantly recognize the face ….and the name will now surely become synonymous with the unique (and quite remarkable) act she and her lovely partner perform in this video.

(Note: I’ve uploaded this video to a site known for having loose hosting guidelines that allow quite a bit of latitude regarding content and I have no intention of removing it, but due to the legal issues that I anticipate will ensue, I can’t say how long this will remain up once it “hits the fan.”)

EDIT: It hit the fan in a big way and the above video was yanked by probably the only host risking to host it, after they received several threats of criminal prosecution.

Saturday Night Live’s Only Asian Female Host Ever

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As an avid Saturday Night Live fan, I’m a pretty good authority as to who the more memorable (and forgettable) cast members have been and which hosts and musical guests have shined (and stunk) over the years. After watching the show the other night (and dubbing Cecily Strong the hottest female SNL cast member ever), I did some research and, just as I thought; in SNL’s 38-year history, the show has never had an Asian cast member and has had only one Asian female host, who was Lucy Liu, over a decade ago.

Above is Lucy’s opening monolog from her December 16th, 2000 appearance as host. Since she was the first Asian female to ever host SNL, it wasn’t surprising that she capitalized on that fact by using some Asian stereotypes to bring out the laughs.

EDIT: The above video has been removed by NBC, but you can view the original post and video here.

Marisa Tayui


Marisa Tayui is a film actress that I believe is 39 years old, although that may be Google playing tricks on me. She’s going to play some role in an upcoming film called Zomboobies, which I can only assume will be the next Hollywood blockbuster. Be on the look out, and don’t forget to check out her IMDB page.Photos: