Hisashi Igawa

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Hisashi Igawa
Born (1936-11-17) November 17, 1936 (age 80)
Occupation Actor

Hisashi Igawa (井川比佐志 born 17 November 1936) is a Japanese actor who has appeared in such films as Akira Kurosawa's Dodesukaden, Ran and Madadayo. He starred in Abe Kōbō's production of The Man Who Turned Into A Stick, a surrealist play, in 1969.[1]

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Film Role
1962 Harakiri Retainer
1966 The Face of Another Man with Mole
Zatoichi's Pilgrimage Eigoro
1969 Goyokin Takeuchi Shinjiro
1970 Kazoku
Dodes'ka-den Masuo Masuda
Tora-san's Runaway Tsuyoshi Kimura
1975 The Fossil Funazu
1976 Fumō Chitai
1977 The Far Road
1978 Double Suicide of Sonezaki
1979 Gassan Iwazo
1985 Ran Shuri Kurogane
Tampopo Running man
1987 Hachiko Monogatari Maekawa
1988 Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis Ryokichi Tagami
1990 Dreams Nuclear Plant Worker
1991 Rhapsody in August Tadao
1992 Luminous Moss prosecutor
1993 Madadayo Takayama
1998 Bullet Ballet Kudo
2000 After the Rain Kihei Ishiyama
2004 Half a Confession Kihei Ishiyama
2005 Yamato The Chairman
2006 The Professor's Beloved Equation Housekeeper Agent
2009 Mt. Tsurugidake Nagamaru Saeki
2010 Villain
2015 Kuchibiru ni uta o

Honours[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shields, Nancy (1996). Fake Fish: The Theater of Kobo Abe. Weatherhill: New York & Tokyo. ISBN 978-0834803541. 

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