Shimazaki Wakako (島崎和歌子) is a Japanese actress, talento, and former pop singer.
- Real Name: Shimasaki Wakako (島崎和歌子)
- Other Names: Risky
- Nicknames: Waka-chan (和歌ちゃん), Wakko-chan (ワッコさん), Wakako (和歌子)
- Birthday: March 2, 1973
- Birthplace: Nankoku, Kochi Prefecture
- Blood Type: O
- Height: 156 cm
- Sizes: 90 - 60 - 90 cm
- Shoe Size: 23.5 cm
- Favorite Artist: Hotei Tomoyasu
- Agency: Golden music promotion INC
Shimazaki Wakako got her start show business after competing in the 2nd Annual Lotte CM Idol wa Kimi da! contest in 1987. She sang the Nakayama Miho song "50/50" for her audition. She got the runner-up prize, beaten by another soon-to-be idol Aikawa Eri. Soon after, she signed a contract with Golden music promotion INC and soon began activities. She released her first single, entitled "Yowacchaun da", on May 1989. A month later, Shimazaki made her acting debut in the TV drama Komarasenaide!. That same year, she got her first lead role in the tokusatsu show Mahou Shoujo Chukanai Panema. Shimazaki got this role after Ozawa Natsuki, the original lead of Mahou Shoujo Chukana Pai Pai, suddenly quit, making the producers to end Mahou Shoujo Chukana Pai Pai after six months of airing and replacing it with Mahou Shoujo Chukanai Panema.
In the mid-1990s, Shimazaki gradually shifted from an idol to a variety star by appearing on various variety shows. She released the single "My life is..." is 1999 under the name Risky. "My life is..." was used as a theme song for the tv show All Star Kanshasai. The single was produced by Akimoto Yasushi, who had only five hours to produce the single.
- [1989.05.05] Yowacchaun da (弱っちゃうんだ)
- [1989.07.07] Genki ga Sore wo Yurusanai (元気がソレを許さない)
- [1989.10.10] Koi no Peek a Boo (恋のピー・カ・ブー)
- [1990.03.02] Nannansei (南南西)
- [1990.08.29] J・J ga Ita Natsu (J・Jがいた夏)
- [1991.02.25] My Darling Anchikushou (My Darlingあんちくしょう)
- [1991.10.25] Dream Striker
- [1993.03.03] Nanika Ii Koto Kitto Aru (何かいい事きっとある)
- [1993.10.25] H no Ato ni wa I (Ai) ga Aru (HのあとにはI（愛）がある)
- [1999.04.21] My life is... (Risky)
- [2009.01.28] Happy Life ~Ashite ni Mukatte~ (Happy Life ～明日に向かって～)
- [2008.05.07] Shimazaki Wakako 20th anniversary BOX (島崎和歌子 20th anniversary BOX)
- [1991.11.xx] Windy Kiss -Shimazaki Wakako Shashinshuu (Windy Kiss―島崎和歌子写真集)
- [2001.12.xx] wakako -Shimazaki Wakako Shashinshuu (wakako―島崎和歌子写真集)
- [2012.02.24] Bijin (美人)
Compilations / Others
- [1991.12.21] "Moero! Top Striker" Music Collection
- [1999.07.23] DORAEMON 20TH ANNIVERSARY ~DORA THE BEST
- [2004.09.22] Eiga Doraemon 25 Shuunen Doraemon Eiga Shudaika Hen
- [2005.11.09] "Acchi Muite Hoi / Karisome Shougakkou" (Osan, Shimazaki-san, and Ohtake-kun)
-  Komarasenaide!
-  Kasuganotsubone
-  Mahou Shoujo Chukanai Panema - Ipanema
-  Gomen Dou Kakemasu
-  Itsumo Dare ka ni Koishiteru
-  School Wars 2
-  Gakkou e Ikou!
-  Rogue no Dengon
-  Suteki ni Damashite!
-  Aisuru to Iu Koto
-  Shinkansen Monogatari '93 Natsu
-  New Sanbiki ga Kiru!
-  Ma no Kisetsu
-  Joshi Keimusho Higashi Sangoutou
-  Onna ni mo Shichi no Teki
-  Hagure Keiji Junjouha
-  Suzuran
-  Big Wing
-  Salaryman Kintaro 3
-  Sandaime no Yome!
-  Around40 ~Chuumon no Ooi Onna-tachi~
-  Over 30
-  Ryomaden
-  Suki! - Shiina Futaba
-  Otome Mongatari Abunai Sixteen - Arizawa Chika
-  Futari - Nakanishi Keiko
-  Chojo REIKO - Uchida Yumi
-  Abunai Keiji Returns - Saeki Shinri
-  Riyuu
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