Lista de Personas Famosas llamadas Mari
Mari Osaka es una jugadora de tenis estadounidense de origen japonés. Es la hermana mayor de Naomi Osaka, quién es también jugadora de tenis profesional.
Mari Hoshino is a Japanese actress and singer.
Mari Boine, anteriormente conocida como Mari Boine Persen, es una cantante noruega perteneciente a la etnia de los saami, conocida por haber combinado el rock y el jazz con la música yoik de su pueblo natal. Su primer éxito fue «Gula Gula», estrenado en 1989, y continuó grabando álbumes populares a lo largo de los noventa.
Mari Okamoto is a Japanese entertainer and impressionist who is represented by Ohta Production.
Mari Yaguchi es una cantante, animadora y actriz japonesa, perteneció a la segunda generación del grupo idol Morning Musume.
Mari Yamazaki is a Japanese manga artist known for her seinen comedy manga Thermae Romae. She was born in Tokyo, but now lives in Chicago. She was awarded the 3rd Manga Taishō and the Short Story Award in the 2010 Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prizes. An anime adaptation of the manga has been produced and aired and a live-action film adaptation is in the works.
Mari Nishio is a Japanese actress and former child actress.
Junko Nakajima , more commonly known by her stage name Mari Natsuki , is a Japanese singer, dancer and actress. Born in Tokyo, she started work as a singer from a young age. In 2007, Natsuki announced her engagement to percussionist Nobu Saitō, with their marriage taking place in Spring 2008.
Mari Hamada is a Japanese singer and actress who starred in numerous Japanese films and Japanese television dramas. and released two solo albums and solo singles in the 1990s, after being part of the Japanese band "Modern Choki Chokies". She was also part of the Japanese "unit" "Unknown Soup & Spice" in 2003.
Mari Hanafusa (born February 28, 1973) is a former member of the Takarazuka Revue, in which she specialized in female roles (Musumeyaku). She is from Tokyo and joined the revue in 1991 and retired in 2006. She is the first and the only musumeyaku of her class to receive top billing.
Mari Henmi is a Japanese singer, tarento, and actress. She was born in Zushi, Kanagawa and raised in Kyōto.
Mari Iijima es una seiyū, cantante y compositora japonesa, nacida el 18 de mayo de 1963 en Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Japón. Es especialmente conocida por haber sido la voz de Lynn Minmay en la serie animé The Super Dimension Fortress Macross.
Mari Amachi is a Japanese female singer and actress, who was famous in 1970s' Japan. On October 1, 1971, she debuted with the single "Mizuiro no Koi." She was born as Mari Saito in Omiya, Saitama Prefecture. She got five Oricon No.1 songs, a record as a female singer which was later broken by Seiko Matsuda. She started the era of Japanese idols in the 1970s and 1980s. Mari Amachi was the top female vocalist of Sony Music Entertainment in Japan.
Mari Eder is a Finnish biathlete and cross-country skier.
Mari Okada es una guionista, directora y artista de manga japonesa. Es una de las escritoras más prolíficas que actualmente trabajan en la industria del anime. Ganó el 16° Premio Animation Kobe por su trabajo.
Mari Manoogian is an American politician from Michigan who represents the 40th District in the Michigan House of Representatives. A member of the Democratic Party, her constituency includes several communities within Oakland County, including Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, and part of West Bloomfield Township.
Mari Cruz Soriano
María Cruz Soriano Roales es una periodista, pianista, empresaria, presentadora de televisión y locutora de radio española.
Mari Törőcsik, es el nombre de una actriz húngara nacida el 23 de noviembre de 1935. Ella ha aparecido en más de 120 películas a partir de 1956. Además fue ganadora en el Festival de Cannes como mejor interpretación femenina debido a su papel en Déryné, Hol Van? en 1977.
Mari Shiraki is a Japanese actress. She joined the Nikkatsu studio and appeared in about 100 films at Nikkatsu. Shiraki is well known for her role "Ritsu Nakamura" on the TV jidaigeki "Hissatsu series".
Mari Horikawa is a Japanese volleyball player. She plays for the Japan women's national volleyball team.