Show Aikawa

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This article is about the actor and composer. For the screenwriter, see Shō Aikawa (screenwriter).
Show Aikawa
Native name 哀川 翔
Born (1961-05-24) May 24, 1961 (age 53)
Occupation Actor

Show Aikawa (哀川 翔 Aikawa Shō?, born May 24, 1961) is a Japanese actor.

Career[edit]

Show Aikawa has appeared in a number of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's films, including Eyes of the Spider,[1] Serpent's Path,[2] License to Live,[3] Seance,[4] and Pulse.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

  • Orugoru (1989)
  • The Pale Hand (1990)
  • Gokudo no Onna Tachi: Saigo no Tatakai (1990)
  • Shishio Tachi no Natsu (1991)
  • The Passage to Japan (1991)
  • Torarete Tamaruka! (1992)
  • Shishio Tachi no Saigo (1993)
  • Torarete Tamaruka! 2 (1993)
  • A New Love in Tokyo (1994)
  • Bo no Kanashimi (1994)
  • Torarete Tamaruka! 3 (1994)
  • Kitanai Yatsu (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Heist (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Escape (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Loot (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Reversal (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Nouveau Riche (1996)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Hero (1996)
  • Otokotachi no Kaita E (1996)
  • The Revenge: A Visit from Fate (1996)
  • The Revenge: A Scar That Never Fades (1996)
  • Peking Man (1997)
  • Rainy Dog (1997)
  • The Eel (1997)
  • The Fire Within (1997)
  • Serpent's Path (1997)
  • Eyes of the Spider (1997)
  • Blood (1998)
  • License to Live (1998)
  • Shiawase ni Naro ne (1998)
  • Dead or Alive (1999)
  • Saraba Gokudo: Dead Beat (1999)
  • Ley Lines (1999)
  • Dead or Alive 2: Birds (2000)
  • New Battles Without Honor and Humanity (2000)
  • Seance (2000)
  • Otokogi (2000)
  • Rush! (2001)
  • Pulse (2001)
  • Yomigaeri (2002)
  • Muscle Heat (2002)
  • Shangri-La (2002)
  • True Record of an Ando Gang Side-Story: Starving Wolf's Rules (2002)
  • Dead or Alive: Final (2002)
  • Kisarazu Cat's Eye: Nihon Series (2003)
  • Gozu (2003)
  • Tokyo Wankei: Destiny of Love (2004)
  • Out of This World (2004)
  • Zebraman (2004)
  • Tokyo Zombie (2005)
  • Tobi ga Kururi to (2005)
  • The Suspect: Muroi Shinji (2005)
  • Specter (2005)
  • Makoto (2005)
  • Waru: kanketsu-hen (2006)
  • Taiyo no Kizu (2006)
  • Waru (2006)
  • Dekotora no Shu: Koi no Hana Saku Shimizuko (2006)
  • SS (2008)
  • Kurosagi (2008)
  • Drop (2009)
  • Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City (2010)
  • Me o Tojite Giragira (2011)
  • Helter Skelter (2012)

Television[edit]

  • Tsubasa (1994)
  • Kisarazu Cat's Eye (2002)
  • Kurosagi (2006)
  • Garo : Makai No Hana(Eiji Busujima) (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Guillen, Michael (19 February 2009). "SFIAAFF 2009: KIYOSHI KUROSAWA—Serpent's Path & Eyes of the Spider". Twitch Film. 
  2. ^ Mes, Tom (14 November 2001). "Midnight Eye review: Serpent's Path". Midnight Eye. 
  3. ^ Mes, Tom (15 August 2001). "Midnight Eye review: License to Live". Midnight Eye. 
  4. ^ Rucka, Nicholas (20 August 2003). "Midnight Eye review: Seance". Midnight Eye. 
  5. ^ Mes, Tom (21 June 2001). "Midnight Eye review: Pulse". Midnight Eye. 

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