December 15, 1940|
|Died||January 14, 2011
|Spouse(s)||Mayumi Ogawa (1967–1973)
Norie Fujimoto (1974–2011)
Toshiyuki Hosokawa (細川 俊之 Hosokawa Toshiyuki?) (1940 – January 14, 2011) was a Japanese actor and disc jockey, whose credits included roles in television, film, stage and musical theater. He reached prominence in Japan for his starring role in the 1970 film Eros Plus Massacre, which was directed by Yoshishige Yoshida.
Hosokawa was a raised in Fukuoka Prefecture. He launched his acting career as a member of the theater company, Bungakuza, in 1964. He joined Bungakuza after leaving his university. He soon co-starred with actress, Nana Kinomi, in the musical, Show Girl. Additionally, Hosokawa served as a professor at Osaka University of Arts beginning in 2004.
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