Ittoku Kishibe

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Ittoku Kishibe
Born (1947-01-09) January 9, 1947 (age 67)
Kyoto, Japan
Occupation Actor, musician

Ittoku Kishibe (岸部 一徳 Kishibe Ittoku?, born 9 January 1947) is a Japanese actor and musician.

Career[edit]

He originally entered show business as the bassist for the Japanese rock bands, The Tigers and Pyg, but later switched to acting.[1] The veteran of over 115 films, he won the Best Actor Japanese Academy Award for The Sting of Death in 1991,[2] and was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor award in 1994. He appeared in Toshiyuki Morioka's Jokyo Monogatari in 2013.[3]

Selected filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role
1983 Toki o Kakeru Shōjo Toshimi Fukushima
1984 The Funeral Akira
1985 Lonely Heart Tetsu Yoshida
Gray Sunset Yoshikazu Ishimoto
1986 His Motorbike, Her Island News reporter
Final Take Director Ogata
1989 Violent Cop Nito
1990 The Sting of Death Toshio
1991 Rainbow Kids Daisaku Yanagawa
1994 Rampo Cafe owner
1999 Shark Skin Man and Peach Hip Girl Tanuki
Keiho Inspector Nagoshi
2000 Face Eiichi Hanada
New Battles Without Honor and Humanity Awano
2001 Onmyoji The Emperor
2003 Get Up! Kaneyama
Zatoichi Boss Inosuke Ginzo
2004 69 Matsunaga sensei
Survive Style 5+ Tatsuya Kobayashi
Vital Dr. Kashiwabuchi
Lady Joker Seiichi Shirai
2005 Itsuka dokusho suruhi Takanashi
Aegis
2006 Hula Girls Norio Yoshimoto
2007 Battery
Hero Kaoru Kayama
Adrift in Tokyo Ittoku Kishibe (himself)
2008 10 Promises to My Dog
Aibō The Movie Kohken Onoda
Chameleon
Jirocho Sangokushi
Happy Flight Shoji Takahashi
GS Wonderland
2009 Osaka Hamlet
Asahiyama Zoo Story: Penguins in the Sky Seinosuke Yanagihara
Nonchan Noriben
Tsuribaka Nisshi 20: Final
2010 13 Assassins
Sword of Desperation Tsuda
2011 Tada's Do-It-All House
Someday Osamu
2012 Tenchi: The Samurai Astronomer
2013 Jokyo Monogatari
A Boy Called H
The Backwater Detective
Human Trust Kazuyoshi Honjo

Television[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kishibe Ittoku". Tarento Dētabanku. Retrieved 7 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "第14回日本アカデミー賞優秀作品" (in Japanese). Japan Academy Prize. Retrieved 10 April 2010. 
  3. ^ "Rieko Saibara's Jōkyō Monogatari Manga Gets Live-Action Film". Anime News Network. 22 March 2013. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 

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