From being a TikTok superstar with millions of followers to starring in multiple projects across different platforms in various roles, Yukii Takahashi’s rise in the world of Filipino showbiz is undeniably one of the most exciting journeys to follow in recent times.
So much has already happened since Yuki’s first-ever onstage performance and appearance on television in Sunday Noontime Live. And with more big ticket projects coming very soon coupled with the young star’s versatility and talent, fans and soon-to-be fans can expect that she’ll be making even bigger waves in the industry in the near future.
As an actress in narrative shows, Yukii Takahashi has had several noteworthy acting projects in recent times. One of her most prominent roles is in ABS-CBN’s primetime series, FPJ’s Batang Quiapo, where she is a regular cast member portraying Camille, the romantic interest of McCoy De Leon’s character. Additionally, she takes on a leading role in the online series Ang Lalaki Sa Likod Ng Profile produced by Puregold, sharing top billing with her on-screen partner, Wilbert Ross. Furthermore, she is also a regular cast member in the sitcom Ano’ng Meron Kay Abok? on NET25, headlined by comedian Empoy Marquez.
As a host, she was previously involved in shows such as TV5’s videoke game show Sing Galing, Kumu’s reality talent competition Top Class: Rise to P-Pop Stardom, and NET25’5 game show Tara Game, Agad Agad alongside main host Aga Muhlach.
As an actress in movies, she co-starred in I Love Lizzy which premiered in cinemas earlier this year. Produced by Mavx Productions, it is directed by RC Delos Reyes and led by Carlo Aquino and Barbie Imperial.
Aside from being an actress and a host, she is also a sought-after brand endorser, further cementing her popularity as a social media influencer.
Yukii has exciting acting projects in the pipeline including her involvement in Call My Manager, an HBO limited series featuring Judy Ann Santos and directed by Erik Matti. Additionally, she is set to appear in Ang Pangarap Kong Oskars, a film produced by Mavx Productions.