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For other people named Saeko, see Saeko (disambiguation). Saeko (紗栄子, born 16 November 1986) is a Japanese actress, model and TV personality who has had a number of supporting roles in films and television dramas. On November 11, 2007, she married Yu Darvish. The two chose the 11/11 date, because 11 was husband Yu's number. They had their formal wedding in Hawaii in January 2008. They have two sons, but were divorced in 2012. In 2010, a late push from Japanese voters gave Saeko Darvish (she was number 5) the title of Baseball's Hottest Wife for 2010. Early life: Saeko was born on November 16, 1986 in Miyazaki, Miyazaki. She is a graduate of Horikoshi High School a private high school in Nakano, Tokyo, famous for being attended by many Japanese celebrities. She co-hosted and performed a cover song at the annual Girl Pop Factory show in the summer of 2004. Filmography: Television dramas: Natsu no Hikari (2004), Tenka (2004), Yuka Satō, Aijou Ippon (Judo Kids "Ippon!") (2004), Mirin Shibata, Be Bop High School 2 (2005), Maki, Dragon Zakura (2005), Maki Kobayashi, Konya Hitori no Beddo De (2005), Maiko Terao, Oishii Proposal (2006), Michiru Asakura, Drama Complex (2006), Nodame Cantabile (2006), Sakura Saku, Takusan no Ai wo Arigato (2006), Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi Soko ni Iru! (2006), Sayaka Nagamori, Saigo no Nightingale (2006), Etsuko Nakane, The Hit Parade (TV Fuji movie) (2006), Good Job (2007), Tomomi Nioka, Hotelier (2007), Akane Morimoto, Marumaru Chibi Maruko-chan (2007), Tama-chan, Cho Saigen! Mystery (2012), as herself - Emcee, Film: Fune o Oritara Kanojo no Shima (Her Island, My Island) (2003), Tsuru-hime, Sen o Furitara Kanojo no Shima (2003), One Missed Call (2004), schoolgirl, Zoo Seven Rooms (2005), Mari, Nana (2005), Sachiko Kawamura, Lovehotels (2006), Ai Urasaka, Backdancers! (2006), Aiko, Sugar & Spice - Fūmi Zekka (2006), Sae, Like a Dragon (2007), Yui, Closed Note (2007), Hana Ikeuchi, Gachi Boy (Wrestling with a Memory) (2008), Asako Asaoka

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