Jō Odagiri (, better known by his stage name 小田切 譲 Odagiri Jō, born February 16, 1976) Joe Odagiri ( is a Japanese actor and musician. オダギリ ジョー Odagiri Jō) South China Morning Post described him as "a rebel, something made evident by his grungy, gothic style". [1 ]
Odagiri co-starred with
Zhang Ziyi in Seijun Suzuki's , Princess Raccoon with [2 ] Tadanobu Asano and Tatsuya Fuji in Kiyoshi Kurosawa's , Bright Future with [3 ] Ryo Kase in Lee Sang-il's , Scrap Heaven and with [4 ] Jang Dong-gun in Kang Je-gyu's . My Way [5 ]
He has starred in films such as
Atsushi Funahashi's Big River, [6 ] Masanori Tominaga's The Pavillion Salamandre, and [7 ] Kim Ki-duk's . Dream [8 ]
He has also appeared in films such as
Junji Sakamoto's Out of This World, [9 ] Shinji Aoyama's , Sad Vacation and [10 ] Hirokazu Koreeda's . I Wish [11 ]
Personal life [ edit ]
Odagiri Joe was born in Tsuyama, Okayama prefecture. 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 film directing at California State University, Fresno, but mistakes in the application process landed him in acting classes. He often says that [12 ] Fresno is his second homeland. [13 ]
On December 27, 2007, at a news conference in Tokyo, Odagiri announced his engagement to actress
Yuu Kashii, who is exactly 11 years younger than him. [14 ]
Filmography [ edit ]
Platonic Sex (2001)
Mokka no Koibito (2002)
(2003), Bijomaru Mogami Azumi
(2003), Yuuji Nimura Bright Future
(2004), Shinsengumi! Saitou Hajime
Kaikyo o Wataru Violin (2004)
Out of This World (2004)
(2004), Takeshi Blood and Bones
Black Kiss (2004)
(2005) In the Pool
(2005) Into a Dream
(2005), Haruhiko Kishimoto House of Himiko
(2005), Gennosuke Kouga Shinobi: Heart Under Blade
(2005), Tetsu Scrap Heaven
(2005), Amechiyo Princess Raccoon
Big River (2006), Teppei
(2006) The Uchōten Hotel
Jikou Keisatsu (2006), Shuuichirou Kiriyama
(2006), Dr. Takagi Retribution
(live-action) (2006), Ginko Mushishi
The Pavillion Salamandre (2006), Hoichi Tobishima
(2006), Takeru Hayakawa Sway
(2007) Tokyo Tower: Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad
(2007) Sad Vacation
(2007), Fumiya Takemura Adrift in Tokyo
(2008), Kirin Plastic City
(2008), Jin Dream
(2009), Lu Shenkang The Warrior and the Wolf
(2009), Sonoda Air Doll
(2011) I Wish
(2011), Tatsuo Hasegawa My Way
(2013) The Great Passage
(2013) Human Trust
Present for You (2013)
Television [ edit ]
Bibliography [ edit ]
Joe Odagiri: Sweater Book (2000)
Photobooks [ edit ]
Jissya: A Photobook of Joe Odagiri (2000)
Four Years Ago (2006)
Discography [ edit ]
Singles [ edit ]
Cherry the Dustman (2006)
References [ edit ]
^ Mak, Clara (July 19, 2012). "Q&A: Joe Odagiri - South China Morning Post". South China Morning Post.
^ Kermode, Mark (July 1, 2006). "Film of the week: Princess Raccoon - From the Observer - The Observer". . The Observer The Guardian.
^ Gonzalez, Ed (January 30, 2004). "Bright Future - Film Review - Slant Magazine". Slant Magazine.
^ Humanick, Rob (July 17, 2007). "Scrap Heaven - Film Review - Slant Magazine". Slant Magazine.
^ Bell, Robert (April 20, 2012). "My Way - Directed by Kang Je-Kyu - Film Reviews - exclaim.ca". Exclaim!.
^ Edwards, Russell (October 21, 2005). "Big River - Variety". Variety.
^ Matthijs, Niels (October 26, 2011). "PAVILLION SALAMANDRE (Masanori Tominaga) Review - Twitch". Twitch Film.
^ Marshall, Lee (September 29, 2008). "Dream (Bi Mong) - Reviews - Screen". Screen International.
^ Schilling, Mark (January 28, 2004). "Play democracy for me - The Japan Times". The Japan Times.
^ Schilling, Mark (September 7, 2007). "Sad Vacation - The Japan Times". The Japan Times.
^ Young, Deborah (September 22, 2011). "I Wish: Film Review - The Hollywood Reporter". The Hollywood Reporter.
^ Odagiri, Joe (October 2001). Odagirism (in Japanese). Bijyutsu Publishing Inc. ISBN 4-568-22113-7.
^ "EXエンタテイメント：オダギリ ジョー第２の故郷 フレズノに帰る" (in Japanese). Express Co, Ltd.
^ "オダギリジョーさん、香椎由宇と結婚へ" (in Japanese). Asahi Shimbun . Retrieved December 28, 2007.
External links [ edit ]