|Born|| December 13, 1982 |
|Height||160 cm (5 ft 3 in)|
Ayumi Kinoshita (木下 あゆ美, Kinoshita Ayumi, born December 13, 1982) is a Japanese actress and voice actress. She was born in Chita, Aichi, Japan, and was affiliated with Wave Management Nagoya, Parts, and Stardust Promotion before working as a freelance actress. She is well known for playing Marika Reimon/Deka Yellow in the 2004 television series Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger . On February 27, 2014, she announced her pregnancy.
|2004||Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger The Movie: Full Blast Action||Marika Reimon / Deka Yellow||Short|
|2006||Tezuka Makoto no Horror Theater: The Birthday ~Unmei no Majin~ #7 "Kyōfu no Diet"||Manami|
|2006||Cool Dimension||Mina Yazawa|
|2006||Legend of Seven Monks||Ayumi|
|2007||Makiguri no ana|
|2008||Cursed Songs: Chi-Manako||Mari Iida|
|2008||Peeping Tom||Narumi Asaka|
|2010||Yu-Gi-Oh!: Bonds Beyond Time||Aki Izayoi||Voice|
|2010||Natural Woman 2010||Keiko Sonoda|
|2012||Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Everyone, Space Is Here!||Shizuka Shirayama / Skydain|
|2012||My Way of Life||Rina Suzuki|
|2013||Sengoku: Bloody Agent||Aika|
|2013||Travelers: Jigen Keisatsu||Yui|
|2013||Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z||Skydain||Voice|
|2015||Ressha Sentai ToQger vs. Kyoryuger: The Movie||Kyoryu Cyan||Voice|
|2003||Tokyo 23-ku-gai ~Owaranu~||Mayu Kuroki|
|2004||Hime Vol.1 ~Aishisugiru Onna~||Reiko|
|2005||Yūrei yori Kowai Hanashi Vol.3||Eri Hashiratani|
|2005||Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger vs. Abaranger||Marika Reimon / Deka Yellow||Lead Role|
|2005||Yoshitsune to Benkei||Shizuka Gozen|
|2006||Mahou Sentai Magiranger vs. Dekaranger||Marika Reimon / Deka Yellow|
|2008||Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's: Evolving Duel! Stardust Dragon Vs. Red Dragon Archfiend||Aki Izayoi||Voice|
|2015||Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger: 10 Years After||Marika Hiwatari / Deka Yellow|
|2017||Space Squad||Marika Hiwatari / Deka Yellow|
|2017||Girls in Trouble: Space Squad Episode Zero||Marika Hiwatari / Deka Yellow|
|2018||Hero Mama League||Marika Hiwatari / Deka Yellow|
|2004||Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger||Marika Reimon / Deka Yellow||Main Role|
|2006||Kekkon Shiki he Ikou!||Makoto Kitazawa|
|2008||Miracle Voice||Chizuru Takeuchi|
|2008||Uramiya Honpo Special||Uramiya|
|2008||Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's||Aki Izayoi||Voice|
|2005||Uramiya Honpo Reboot||Uramiya|
|2010||Huntik: Secrets & Seekers||Zhalia Moon||Entire series|
|2010||Face Maker||Aki Komatsu||Episode 12|
|2010||Kamen Rider W||Aya Kujo / Triceratops Dopant||Episodes 21 and 22|
|2011||Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger||Marika Reimon||Episode: "Judgment Pirates"|
|2011||Power Rangers S.P.D.||Elizabeth "Z" Delgado||Voice|
|2013||Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger||Yuko Fukui / Kyoryu Cyan|
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