Yoshimasa Kondo

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Yoshimasa Kondo (近藤 芳正?, Kondō Yoshimasa), born on August 13, 1961 in Nagoya, Japan, is a Japanese theatre and film actor.[1]


He debuted as an extra in the series Chu-gaku-sei Nikki, and was later written into the script. He later gained notability while working with the theatrical troupe Tokyo Sunshine Boys, though he is not a member of the group. Kondo continues to work with the Tokyo Sunshine Boys leader and director Mitani Koki, however, in all of his movies after the troupe disbanded.

Now Kondo plays secondary roles in Japanese films.





  1. ^ Holden, Stephen (8 September 1999). "Giddy Farce From Japan Pokes Fun At Tradition". The New York Times. p. 1. Retrieved 5 January 2011.