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Adele Yoshioka
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Adele Yoshioka's community service includes producing, directing and choreographing Japanese community shows.
Yoshioka is now an executive specializing in contract and sales administrations with Nu Image/Millennium films, the producer of The Expendables, Rambo IV, Brooklyn's Finest, Bad Lieutenant, and The Black Dahlia.
Her most memorable acting role was as Sunny, Clint Eastwood's girlfriend in Magnum Force.
Adele worked with many directors and choreographers including Bob Fosse, John Huston, Norman Jewison, Gene Kelly, Geoffrey Holder, Amy Heckerling, Michael Bennett, Herbert Ross, Ted Post, Lester Wilson, Ron Fields, Peter Gennaro and Pat Birch.
A Founding Member, Co-Chairperson and serves on the Board of Directors of the Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment (CAPE).
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