Togo Igawa

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Togo Igawa
Native name 伊川東吾
Born (1946-09-26) September 26, 1946 (age 68)
Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation(s) Actor
Years active 2000–present

Togo Igawa (伊川 東吾 Igawa Togo?), born in Tokyo on 26 September 1946, is a Japanese actor who works primarily in British films and television.

In recent years he has had roles in major motion pictures such as Revolver, Memoirs of a Geisha, The Last Samurai, and Sunshine. He has also appeared in the Israeli movie A Matter of Size and the Thomas & Friends movies Hero of the Rails and Misty Island Rescue in 2009 and 2010.[1] Additionally Igawa provides the voice for the character Professor Moshimo on the cartoon series Robotboy and the voice for the character Hiro, who first appeared in Hero of the Rails, in Thomas and Friends. He appears in 2011's Johnny English Reborn, the sequel to Johnny English, as English's Tibetan guru, and is in the 2013 film Gambit playing businessman Takagawa.

Also, Igawa was voiced the main villain Colonel Lee in the video game Crysis Warhead.

Personal life[edit]

Igawa lives in England with his wife Adrienne Baba. He became the first Japanese member of The Royal Shakespeare Company in 1986.




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