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Tetsuya Watari

Tetsuya Watari (渡 哲也)
Born Michihiko Watase (渡瀬 道彦) [1]
(1941-12-28) December 28, 1941 [1]
Awaji, Hyōgo, Japan [1]

Tetsuya Watari (渡 哲也 Watari Tetsuya, born December 28, 1941) is a Japanese film, stage, and television actor. He made his screen debut in 1964, in Isamu Kosugi's Abare Kishidō.[1]

Watari was mentored at Nikkatsu by Yujiro Ishihara. When Nikkatsu shifted to focusing on Roman Porno films in the early seventies, Watari was one of many of their actors who left the studio.[2]

He is now the president of Ishihara Promotion.[3]

He has a younger brother, Tsunehiko Watase, who is also an actor.[4]

Filmography

Year Title Role Other notes
1965 Abare Kishidō (あばれ騎士道)
Nakaseruze
1966 Tokyo Drifter Tetsuya "Phoenix Tetsu" Hondo
Ai to Shi no Kiroku
1967 Kurenai no Nagareboshi
1968 Burai yori Daikanbu
Moeru Tairiku
1973 Gokiburi Keiji Detective Narugami
The Gokiburi Detective Narugami
Ningen Kakumei Kumichō Shimatani
1975 Graveyard of Honor Rikio Ishikawa
1976 Yakuza Graveyard Detective Kuroiwa
1976-1979 Daitokai (大都会) Raisuke Kuroiwa TV
1979-1984 Seibu Keisatsu Keisuke Daimon
1986 Tokei -Adieu l'Hiver-
1993 Kinchan no Cinema Jack "Minato"
1996 Waga Kokoro no Ginga Tetsudō Miyazawa Kenji Monogatari Seijirō
Hideyoshi Oda Nobunaga TV
1997 Yūkai Inspector Tsunami
1998 Shigure no Toki
2000 Nagasaki Burabura bushi Gakusha (Koga, Jûjirô)
2001 Brother Jinseikai Kumichō
2002 Dolls
2002 Shura no Mure
2004 Lady Joker Seizo Monoi
2005 Yamato (男たちの大和 Otoko-tachi no Yamato) Vice-Admiral Seiichi Itō
2005 Yoshitsune Taira no Kiyomori TV
2005 Ryū ga Gotoku Shintaro Kazama Video game
2006 Ryū ga Gotoku 2 Shintaro Kazama Video game
2009 Ryū ga Gotoku 3 Jōji Kazama Video game
2009-2011 Saka no Ue no Kumo Tōgō Heihachirō TV

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Tetsuya Watari official profile" (in Japanese). Ishihara Promotion. Retrieved October 10, 2008. 
  2. ^ Mes, Tom, Graveyard of Honor DVD booklet, 2004, Home Vision Entertainment. Retrieved 2014-08-29
  3. ^ "Ishihara Promotion company profile" (in Japanese). Ishihara Promotion. Retrieved October 10, 2008. 
  4. ^ "Office Kitano: Brother". Office Kitano. Retrieved October 10, 2008. 

External links

  • Tetsuya Watari Official web site (Japanese)
  • Tetsuya Watari at the IMDb
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