Ayano Durniok is a Japanese actress who lives in Berlin. Film, Theater, music theater, dance theater, ... she has a wide range of genres. Her acting skills, which are characterized by restraint, but also naturalness are always considered with praising judgments. She is the winner of Best Acting Award at the "First Asia Theater School Festival" sponsored by China Central Academy of Drama. Debut as an actress in the lead role of Nina in Chekhov's "The Seagull" with the Theater Project Tokyo. In recent years she played in: Film 2020 Apokastasis, Director: Shinpei Takeda, 2019 The Incredibowls, Director: Jonas Lembeck, 2018 Kiko in the Labyrinth, Director: Enzo Andres Jerez Araya, Theater SWR Schwetzinger Festspiele 2019, Der Fall Babel (lead), Matthias Rebstock. Title role in Stravinsky's "Perséphone" at the Japanese premiere in the Suntory Hall Tokyo with the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra (conductor Alexander Lazarev) Title role in ''The Portrait of Beatrice Cenci'' Heroine in Karate musical "Sauce" Miss. Durniok studied acting at Nihon University (Faculty of Arts / Theater Department), where she graduated with the Dean's Award. She then went to France to study opera singing at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional (CRR) de Paris. Increased appearances not only in her mother tongue Japanese, but also in German and French. Since 2018 further deepening of her acting experience for Camera with Actors Space Berlin. she is borned and raised in Tokyo from a German film producer and Japanese mother. First ballet lessons at the age of three, at the age of 17 two years stay at a ballet school in Marseille / France.