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|Born||16 October 1959|
|Occupation||Actress, singer, tarento|
Hiroko Hayashi (林 寛子, Hayashi Hiroko, born 16 October 1959) is a Japanese actress, singer and tarento.
Hiroko Hayashi made her TV-drama debut in Tabiji in 1965. She debuted as a singer in 1974.
In 1979, she married Hisao Kurosawa, a film producer whose father was Akira Kurosawa, but later they divorced. They have three children.She also has three grandchildren by her eldest daughter Yu Kurosawa (1982).
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|#||Title||Release Date/Chart Position|
|2||Hirusagari No Yume (昼下がりの夢)||1974-06-25 (#71)|
|3||Kebyou No Jouzu Na Otokonoko (仮病の上手な男の子)||1974-09-25 (#70)|
|4||Shiroi Madobe (白い窓辺)||1975-01-10 (#-)|
|5||Higure Doki (日暮れどき)||1975-05-10 (#-)|
|6||Sutekina Lovely Boy (素敵なラブリーボーイ)||1975-09-10 (#31)|
|7||Come on Baby (カモン・ベイビー)||1976-01-10 (#51)|
|8||Kiken Gaippai (危険がいっぱい)'||1976-03-25 (#61)|
|9||Kini Naruaitsu! (気になるあいつ!)||1976-08-10 (#88)|
|10||Watashi Ga Blue Nisomarutoki (私がブルーにそまるとき)||1977-01-25 (#67)|
|11||Koha O Togibanashi Janaikara (恋はお伽話じゃないから)||1977-04-25 (#-)|
|12||Marionette (マリオネット)||1977-08-25 (#-)|
|13||Fifty-Fifty (フィフティ・フィフティ)||1978-08-21 (#-)|
|14||Hare Nochi Kumori Soshite Aki (晴れのち曇りそして秋)||2003-11-21 (#-)|
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