Miko Mayama

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Miko Mayama

Miko Mayama was born on August 15, 1939 in the USA. Mayama made several film and television appearances from the mid 1960s to the late 1970s.

Mayama had a brief relationship with Burt Reynolds and visited him in Georgia during the filming of Deliverance (1972). According to Burt Reynolds' autobiography, "But Enough About Me", she started as a Kabuki Theater player. They met when he stopped in Japan on his way to the Philippines to do Impasse (1969). She moved with Reynolds to the US and learned to speak English by watching Bugs Bunny cartoons. Her first words to him in English were, "What's Up, Doc?" They lived together for four years before he left her for Dinah Shore.


  • 1965: Valentine's Day (Television series, a sequence)
  • 1965: Wendy and Me, a consequence (TV series)
  • 1965: Boeing Boeing
  • 1966: I Spy (I Spy, the TV series, a consequence)
  • 1966: Walk, Don't Run (Walk Don't Run)
  • 1966: Hey, Landlord (TV series)
  • 1967: F Troop (TV series), From Karate with Love
  • 1967: Star Trek (episode: A Taste of Armageddon and Space Seed, character: Yeoman Tamura)
  • 1967: The War Wagon (The War Wagon)[2]
  • 1968: It Takes a Thief, the TV series, a sequence
  • 1969: Impasse (Movie)
  • 1969: Love, American Style (TV series)
  • 1969: The Courtship of Eddie's Father episode: The Littlest Kidnapper
  • 1970: The Flying Nun, a consequence (TV series)
  • 1970: The Hawaiians
  • 1970: Matt Lincoln (TV series), a sequence
  • 1971: To Rome with Love (TV series)
  • 1971: The Beverly Hillbillies, a sequence, three episodes (TV series)
  • 1971: Ironside (1967 TV series) (Ironside, the TV series, a consequence)
  • 1971-1972: Medical Center (TV series), two consequences
  • 1972: Hawaii Five-O (1968 TV series) Hawaii Five (Hawaii Five-O, the TV series, a consequence)
  • 1973: The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (TV series), a sequence
  • 1973: Amanda Fallon (TV movie)
  • 1973: That Man Bolt
  • 1974: Kojak (Kojak, the TV series, a consequence)
  • 1974: Mannix (TV series), a sequence
  • 1975: Cage Without a Key (TV movie)
  • 1979: M*A*S*H (television series, episode 7-18)