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Jō Odagiri (小田切 譲 Odagiri Jō, born February 16, 1976), better known by his stage name Joe Odagiri (オダギリ ジョー Odagiri Jō), is a Japanese actor and musician. South China Morning Post described him as "a rebel, something made evident by his grungy, gothic style" Odagiri Joe was born in Tsuyama, Okayama prefecture, a small town in central Japan renowned for its beautiful cherry blossoms in the spring. Though he was accepted by Kochi University, he turned it down for an opportunity to study in the United States. He had originally intended to study movie directing at California State University in Fresno, but mistakes in the application process landed him in acting classes. It may have been a blessing in disguise, for two years after studying in Fresno and later starring in a few stage performances in Japan, Odagiri would find himself catapulted to fame in his role in the Kamen-Rider series, playing the central character, Godai Yuusuke. He became the predecessor of the "Ikemen Hero" craze (literally, "good-looking actors playing hero roles in popular TV series"). Since then, Odagiri has appeared in many movies and dramas. He won the Best New Actor Award at the 2003 Japan Academy Awards for his role as the uniquely bisexual nemesis in the film "Azumi", and in the following year, was awarded the Best Supporting Actor Award for his electrifying performance in internationally acclaimed director Kitano Takeshi's 2004 film, "Blood and Bones". Odagiri's creative acting skills and strong presence in films have secured him a place in stardom. He is slated to appear in numerous more films in 2005, including "Maison de Himiko", where he portrays a homosexual man in a relationship with the protagonist (played by Shibasaki Kou's father).
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Issey Ogata (born 22 February 1952 in Fukuoka, Fukuoka), is a Japanese actor and comedian. He was interested in plays since childhood. After he graduated from Toyotama High School in Japan, he joined a theatrical company and appeared on the stage. Later, he jumped at the opportunity to be an entertainer when he took the gold medal at the audition called "Birth of Comedians". Then, he started garnering roles on Japanese TV. Shows he appeared on include "Evil Grandmother" of Fuji TV and "RinRinto" of NHK drama. He now performs plays by himself "Life Never Stops" at GyanGyan Theater in Shibuya, which has gained immense popularity. Furthermore, he has had starring roles in major art-house films, including Ota in the great Edward Yang's highly regarded Yi Yi: A One and a Two, the title character in Jun Ichikawa's Tony Takitani (an adaptation of the Haruki Murakami short story), and has played the role of Japanese Emperor Hirohito in Aleksandr Sokurov's 2005 film, The Sun. Description above from the Wikipedia article Issey Ogata, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
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Eerie: Invisible Face
Seiji Hirokawa works as a university professor. One day, his sick wife dies. Several days later, the intercom bell rings at his home and he sees a strange woman's face on the intercom screen. The woman asks "Is your wife at home?" Seiji Hirokawa opens the front door, but nobody is there. The president of the university where Seiji Hirokawa works suddenly dies. An election to select his replacement takes place. The election even involves the students and Seiji Hirokawa also participates. The professors are cautious with each other and a mysterious document spreads across the university. Meanwhile, Seiji Hirokawa carries guilt over his past behavior. Before his wife passed away, he had an affair with his sister-in-law Rei Mizushima. She works as an instructor at the same university. An unidentified body is found nearby at a garbage dumpCrime, Mystery,
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Eerie: Invisible Face Season 1 Overview
A few nights after university professor Hirokawa Seiji's wife died of illness, an unidentified woman visited their home and asked if the wife was home. When he quickly opened the front door, no one was there. At that moment, the university president suddenly passed away. This comes with a new voting style that is also open to students. The professors became paranoid about each other and anonymous documents containing defamatory statements flew everywhere. An air of restlessness began to hang in the air. Hirokawa had a close relationship with his wife's younger sister, Rei Mizushima, who had been a high school lecturer at the same university since his wife was alive. They were together the moment she died. His bad conscience is beginning to evoke a vague sense of insecurity about the neighborhood and the election. Not long after, the body of a man who had died a strange death was found in a nearby dump...
Odagiri Joe as Hirokawa Seiji
Odagiri Joe was born in Tsuyama, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The actor studied at Fresno State University and enrolled in the theater and arts department instead of film directing. The actor is married to actress Kashii Yuu, they got married on February 16, 2008.
The actor appeared in films such as Katsuhiro Otomo, Shinobi: The Blade of Heart, Azumi, and more. Odagiri has portrayed various roles in dramas such as Hei no Naka no Chuugakkou, Atami no Sousakan, Shinya Shokudo and many more.
Yamada Anna as Shinoda Shiori
Yamada Anna is a Japanese actress represented by Amuse. In 2011, Yamada won the Grand Prix at Ciao Girl 2011 Audition and joined the talent agency Amuse Inc.. She entered the audition because she wanted a Nintendo 3DS, which was the prize for the Grand Prix. Since then, she has been active as a model for Ciao magazine.
Tanaka Yoji as Hashimoto Shogo
Kuroshima Yuina as Rokudou Nanami
Tsukifune Sarara as Hirokawa Hisae
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