|Is||Actor Japanese idol Singer Model Television personality Entertainer Tarento|
|Type||Entertainment Fashion Film, Television, Stage and Radio Music|
|Birth||13 July 1977, Ōsaka Prefecture, Japan|
Sarina Suzuki (鈴木 紗理奈; born July 13, 1977) is a Japanese actress, gravure idol, singer, and tarento.
Born in Osaka, Suzuki debuted first as a gravure idol in 1994. She soon became active on television variety shows, notably serving as a regular on Ninety-nine's hit show Mecha-Mecha Iketeru! from 1996. She has also been active as a singer, with one of her singles, "Share ni nannai", peaking at number 22 on the Oricon Singles Chart in 1997. She later began recording reggae music under the name Munehiro, with one album, Neo, reaching number 26 on the Oricon Albums Chart in 2009. She won the Best Lead Actress in a Foreign Language Film at the Madrid International Film Festival in 2017.