|Birth Day:||February 11, 1992|
|Birth Place:||Kanagawa, Japan|
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Kishii was born in 1992 in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. She made her acting debut in 2009 as elementary school student Nana Sakurai in the drama Princess Sara (小公女セイラ, Shōkōjo Seira). After a series of minor film and TV appearances, in 2015 she played the role of Taeko Hakozaki, a girl whose friend falls in love with Taeko's father, in the Kenji Yamauchi film I Love My Friend's Father (友だちのパパが好き, Tomodachi no papa ga suki), as well as the supporting role of Kanako in the TBS drama 99.9 Criminal Lawyer (99.9-刑事専門弁護士-, 99.9: Keiji senmon bengoshi).
Kishii's first lead film role came in the 2017 Yukihiro Morigaki film Goodbye, Grandpa! (おじいちゃん、死んじゃったって, Ojiichan, shinjyattatte) as Yoshiko Haruno, the granddaughter of a recently deceased family patriarch. Sarah Ward of Screen Daily described her performance as "especially impressive, her wise-beyond-her-years demeanour helping to flesh out a protagonist largely tasked with observing everyone around her". Kishii's performance in Goodbye, Grandpa! won her a Best Newcomer Award at the 39th Yokohama Film Festival. That same year she played Sumire Michibata in the TBS television series Rental Lovers (レンタルの恋, Rentaru no koi) and Miyuki Asakawa in the Kiyoshi Kurosawa science fiction drama Foreboding on Wowow. In 2018 Kishii took on roles in two NHK dramas: the drama School Lawyer (やけに弁の立つ弁護士が学校でほえる, Yakeni ben no tatsu bengoshi ga gakkō de hoeru), as middle school teacher Shiori Mochozuki; and Manpuku, the 99th NHK asadora, as Taka Kōda. She also appeared in the Fuji TV adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo.
Currently, Yukino Kishii is 29 years, 4 months and 11 days old. Yukino Kishii will celebrate 30th birthday on a Friday 11th of February 2022.
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