Reina Triendl

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Vienna, Austria
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Vienna, Austria

Reina Triendl is a Japanese fashion model, actor, and “tarento” who is well-known for her roles in TV dramas such as “Bad Boys J” (2013), “Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches” (2013), “Lost Days” (2014), and “Aru Hi, Ahiru Bus” (2014). (2015). She made her television debut in 2012 with the program Kuro no Onna Kishi. ‘Sugarless’ (2012), ‘Cheap Flight’ (2013), ‘Danda Rin Roud Kijun Kantokukan’ (2013), ‘Gomen ne Seishun!’ (2013), ‘Fuben na Benriya’ (2015), and ‘37.5°C no Namida’ (2015) were among her other notable appearances. (2015). In 2013, she debuted in the film ‘Bad Boys J: The Movie’: ‘Saigo ni Mamoru Mono’ She has appeared in films including ‘Ju-on: The Beginning of the End’ (2014), ‘Tag’ (2015), and ‘Ninkyo Yaro’ (2016). (2016). She served as a panelist on the Japanese reality television program Terrace House: Boys and Girls in the City. She has also endorsed brands such as Meiji Bouno Cheese, Soft Bank Mobile, Seiko, MUSEE PLATINUM, and Cedar Crest. Her most recent television appearance was in 2017 for the program “Kanna-san!” She is represented by Platinum Production, a talent agency.

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Youth and Early Life

Reina was born in Vienna, Austria on January 23, 1992. Her mother is Japanese and her father is German.
Luna is the older sibling of Reina. Reina is also referred to as Mikako-chain and Tabe-chain. She attended the ‘High School of the International Christian University She attended Keio University after graduating from high school to pursue environment and information studies.

Reina Triendl’s Career

Reina made her acting début in 2012 on the TBS program Kuro no Onna Kyoshi. The Japanese program centered on a chemistry teacher who was determined to help her pupils with issues such as illicit sexual relations, bullying, and drugs. Eikura Nana and Uchida Sumire played the main roles in the show.

In the same year, she also appeared in ‘Sugarless,’ a live-action adaptation of a Japanese manga series. From October to December of that year, Alan Shirahama, Nobuyuki Suzuki, and Keita Machida starred in “Sugarless.” In 2013, she appeared in the Fuji TV series ‘Biblia Koshod no Jiken Tech,’ also known as ‘Biblia Used Bookstore Casebook.’

The program aired eleven episodes between January and March of that year. The program was based on En Mikami’s novel series. Ayame Goriki portrayed ‘Shinokawa Shioriko,’ a young woman who manages a used bookstore and becomes embroiled in mysteries surrounding the books she sells.

In the same year, she also appeared in “Cheap Flight,” “Bad Boys J,” “Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches,” and “Danda Rin Roud Kijun Kantokukan.” In 2013, she also appeared in “Bad Boys J: The Movie.” The film was adapted from the same-titled manga series.

In 2014, she starred in the Fuji TV drama ‘Lost Days’ The series centered on a group of college students harboring secrets, feelings of envy, and concealed love. Seto Koji, Ishibashi Anna, Yoshizawa Ryo, as well as Reina, starred in the show’s ten episodes.

She also appeared in 2014’s “Gomen ne Seishun!” Also known as ‘Saving My Stupid Youth,’ the Japanese drama aired on TBS for ten episodes starring Ryo Nishikido. In addition, she appeared in the film Ju-on: Owari no hajimari, or ‘The Beginning of the End.’ The film was the seventh installment in the Japanese horror series Ju-on. It told the story of a teacher who visited the residence of a student and discovered the horrific events that had occurred there years earlier.

From April to June of 2015, she appeared on the TV Tokyo comedy program ‘Fuben ni Benriya’ Her next program, titled “Aru Hi, Ahiru Bus,” starred both her and Fujiwara Norika. Reina portrayed Kiko Sawada in the series. She participated in the TBS program 37.5°C no Namida. The show told the story of a nursery school teacher who lost her job due to her inability to communicate effectively with the parents of her students, joined a home-care service for sick children, and found methods to improve their lives.

Reina appeared in ‘Itsuka Tiffany de Choushoku wo’ or ‘A Girl’s Breakfast’ as well. The television drama lasted two seasons. She also starred in the 2015 films Tag and Real Oginokko. The suspense–horror–action film based on Yusuke Yamada’s novel ‘Riaru Onigokko’ received favorable reviews. Reina portrayed the main role of ‘Mitsuko’
She appeared in an episode of the Japanese comedy series ‘Saigo no Restaurant’ or ‘The Last Restaurant’ in 2016.

In the same year, she portrayed ‘Miyama Chiaki’ in the 10-episode TBS romantic drama ‘Seisei Suruhodo, Aishiteru’
Reina portrayed “Aiba Shino” in the 2016 suspense film “Kuroi 10-nin no Onna.” The program aired ten episodes between September and December of that year. She also appeared in the film Ninkyo Yaro the same year.

She appeared in two television series in 2017: “Joshu Seven” and “Kanna-san!” From April to June of that year, she portrayed ‘Ichikawa Sara’ on the comedy-drama series Joshu Seven’. Her other show, ‘Kanna-san!,’ or ‘Ms. Kanna,’ was about a strong-willed woman, ‘Suzuki Kanna,’ portrayed by Naomi Watanabe, who was shown bracing herself for her job, her cheating husband, and her dependent son. She also served as a panelist on the reality television program Terrace House: Boys and Girls in the City.

Reina’s Personal Life

Reina was rumored to have dated actors such as Haruma Miura, Kengo Kora, Masato Sakai, and Masataka Kubota in the past. She is currently unattached. She is extremely devoted to her family and is frequently observed spending time with her parents. She possesses a hamster as well.

She collects tableware from every country she visits because she adores the color pink and collects tableware from every country she visits. She aims to be married by the age of 30 and to have at least two children by the age of 35.

Estimated Net Worth

Reina is one of the wealthiest and most renowned fashion models in the world. According to our investigation of Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Reina Triendl has a net worth of $5 million.