David toguri

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David Toguri (25 October 1933, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada — 15 November 1997, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) was an award-winning Japanese-Canadian choreographer, director and actor, based for most of his career in the UK. He died of cancer.

Stage Choreography Credits

Film and Television Choreography Credits

Acting Credits

  • Alicja (1982) .... Duchess aka Alice
  • Armchair Thriller Chinese laundry man (1 episode, 1980)
  • Dead Man's Kit (1980) TV Episode .... Chinese laundry man
  • Rock FolliesAlan Nagouchi (1 episode, 1976)
  • The Pounds Sterling (1976) TV Episode .... Alan Nagouchi
  • Eskimo Nell (1975) .... Kung Fu Artist aka The Ballad of Eskimo Nell
  • Rentadick (1972) .... Japanese
  • Welcome to the Club (1971) .... Hideki Ikada
  • The Troubleshooters Ibuki (1 episode, 1969) aka Mogul (USA)
  • There's a Nasty Word - Love (1969) TV Episode .... Ibuki
  • Danger Man .... Commander Yamada (1 episode, 1968) aka Secret Agent aka Danger Man (USA: video box title)
  • Shinda Shima (1968) TV Episode .... Commander Yamada
  • You Only Live Twice (1967) .... Assassin in Bedroom aka Ian Fleming's You Only Live Twice (USA: complete title)
  • Koroshi (1966) (TV) .... Commander Yamada aka Danger Man: Koroshi (UK: series title)
  • Three Hats for Lisa (1965) .... Dancer aka One Day in London (UK)
  • Charlie Girl 1965 Adelphi Theatre
  • Chaganog (1964) Edinburgh Festival and subsequently at the Vaudeville Theatre
  • Flower Drum Song (1960)Palace Theatre (uncredited) .... Dancer
  • Flower Drum Song Broadway cast Dancer

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

The Independent Obituary http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/obituary-david-toguri-1287171.html

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