Taki on December 29, 2011
April 8, 1967
|Associated acts||Denki Groove|
Masanori Taki (瀧 正則 Taki Masanori, born April 8, 1967), better known by his stage name Pierre Taki (ピエール瀧 Piēru Taki), is the front man for Japanese synthpop group Denki Groove, which consists of himself and Takkyu Ishino. As of 2001 he was involved in an exhibit called Prince Tongha with Hideyuki Tanaka in New York City. He also frequently appears as an actor in film and on television.
- Red Shadow (2001)
- 1980 (2003)
- Linda Linda Linda (2005)
- Lorelei: The Witch of the Pacific Ocean (2005)
- Sway (2006)
- Rainbow Song (2006)
- Ten Nights of Dreams (2007)
- 10 Promises to My Dog (2008)
- One Million Yen Girl (2008)
- School Days with a Pig (2008)
- Rakugo Story (2010)
- The Floating Castle (2012)
- The Devil's Path (2013) – Sudō
- Like Father, like Son (2013)
- Parasyte: Part 1 (2014)
- Attack on Titan (2015)
- Twisted Justice (2016)
- Shin Godzilla (2016)
- Rage (2016)
- Fueled: The Man They Called Pirate (2016) – Fujimoto
- Outrage Coda (2017) – Shiroyama
- The Blood of Wolves (2018) – Ginji
- Sunny/32 (2018)
- A Gambler's Odyssey 2020 (2019)
- Amachan (2013)
- Gunshi Kanbei (2014) – Hachisuka Koroku
- Toto Neechan (2016) – Sōkichi Morita
- Rikuō (2017) – Kenji Obara
- Idaten (2019) – Shinsaku Kurosaka
|2006||Siren 2||Takeaki Misawa||Playstation 2|
|2018||Judgement||Kyohei Hamura||Playstation 4|||
|2019||Kingdom Hearts III||Olaf||Later patched out and replaced||PlayStation 4, Xbox One|||
|Title||Role||Voice dub for||Notes||Source|
|Kubo and the Two Strings||Beetle/Hanzo||Matthew McConaughey|||
In March 2019, Taki was arrested on suspicion of cocaine use and his latest video game, Judgment, was withdrawn from sale by the manufacturer, Sega. His appearance has been removed in the Western release.
- Gregory Beals. "Kings of Cool; Japan is grooving on DJs--those scruffy vinyl-scratchers whose pulsating 'techno' beats have everybody dancing :[Atlantic Edition]. " Newsweek 11 December 2000: 34. Platinum Periodicals. ProQuest. Accessed 18 September 2007
- Jerry Saltz. "Screen savers." The Village Voice [New York] 31 Jul 2001,56. Platinum Periodicals. ProQuest. Accessed 18 September 2007
- "Denki Groove's Pierre Taki arrested in drug bust and reportedly admits to using cocaine". Japan Times. March 13, 2019.
- "KUBO／クボ 二本の弦の秘密 – Fukikaeru-Daisakusen". www.fukikaeru.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 2018-03-10.
- Cammy Harbison (March 13, 2019). "Sega Pulls 'Yakuza' Spin-Off Game 'Judgment' From Japanese Retailers After Pierre Taki Arrest". Newsweek.
- Jennifer Sherman. "Square Enix Replaces Pierre Taki as Voice of Olaf in Kingdom Hearts III in Patch". www.animenewsnetwork.com. Retrieved 2019-03-14.
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