Toshia Mori (January 1, 1912 - November 26, 1995) was a Japanese born actress, who had a brief career in American films during the 1930s.
Born Toshia Ichioka in Kyoto, Japan, Mori moved to the United States when she was ten years old.
She began her film career in 1930, and in 1932 became the only Asian actress to be selected as a WAMPAS Baby Star, an annual list of young and promising film actresses. Her most significant film role was in Frank Capra's film The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933) in which she was billed third in the film's credits, behind Barbara Stanwyck and Nils Asther. She returned to minor characters in her subsequent films and made her final film appearance in Charlie Chan on Broadway in 1937.
After her film career ended, she worked as a researcher for Robert Ripley's on his short films, Ripley's Believe It or Not.
She died in The Bronx, New York.