The Bureau of Magical Things is an Australian comedy television series created by Jonathan M. Shiff and developed by Jonathan M. Shiff and Mark Shirrefs that premiered in Australia. Humans and magic co-exist in harmony, but the technology is advancing and the world of magic is being pushed back. The fairies and other magical creatures are endangered species and a girl named Kyra wants to change that.
Kimie Tsukakoshi was born in Sydney, Australia to a Singapore-Chinese mother and Japanese father. She is an actress, singer and dancer known for The Bureau of Magical Things (2018), The Family Law (2016) and Secret City (2016). As a child actress, she was featured in an episode of H2O: just add water. She trained in ballet, jazz and contemporary from a young age, eventually turning to musical theatre and then screen acting. She also briefly practiced as a corporate lawyer.
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