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Tsutomu Kitagawa

Tsutomu Kitagawa (喜多川務 Kitagawa Tsutomu) (born December 21, 1957[1] in Yamaguchi Prefecture) is a Japanese actor and Stuntman. He is mostly known for playing Godzilla for the "Millennium" (or "Shinsei") series.[2] He also played King Ghidorah for Rebirth of Mothra III. He also played the costumed actor for the Blue (and occasionally, Black) Ranger in many of Toei Company's Super Sentai Series in the 1980s, better known in the US as Power Rangers.[1] Kitagawa graduated from Sakuragaoka High School before joining Sonny Chiba's Japan Action Club in January 1975.[1]

Filmography

Suit Actor

Other Roles

References

  1. ^ a b c "Godzillafest Special Guests". Bay Area Film Events. Retrieved May 14, 2013. 
  2. ^ Warner, Brad (2009).  
  3. ^ "Tsutomu Kitagawa". Kaiju Headquarters. Retrieved May 14, 2013. 


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