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Hiroyuki Nagato

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Hiroyuki Nagato

Hiroyuki Nagato (長門裕之 Nagato Hiroyuki, January 10, 1934 – May 21, 2011) was a Japanese actor.

Nagato was born in Kyoto. He starred in Season of the Sun, Endless Desire, My Second Brother, Stolen Desire, and Sukeban Deka, and Yo-Yo Girl Cop. He died in Tokyo on May 21, 2011.

Nagato comes from an illustrious film family. His younger brother Masahiko Tsugawa is an actor. His wife Yōko Minamida was an actress. His grandfather is the director Shōzō Makino, his father, Kunitarō Sawamura, and his mother, Tomoko Makino, were both actors. His aunt and uncle through his father are the actors Sadako Sawamura and Daisuke Katō.


Year Film Role
1956 Season of the Sun Tatsuya Tsugawa
1956 Shirogane Shinjū
1958 Endless Desire
Stolen Desire Shinichi Kunida
1960 My Second Brother Kiichi Yasumoto
The Warped Ones Kashiwagi
1961 Pigs and Battleships Kinta
1962 Akitsu Springs Shusaku Kawamoto
1963 Daisan no Akumyo
The Insect Woman Matsunami
Twin Sisters of Kyoto Hideo Otomo
1978 Proof of the Man Takeo Odayama (Naomi's husband)
1983 Hometown
1987 Hachiko Monogatari Kiku-san
1988 Tomorrow Yasuichiro
1992 Toki Rakujitsu
2006 Yo-Yo Girl Cop Kurayami Shirei
2009 Shinjuku Incident Hara Ooda
Asahiyama Zoo Story: Penguins in the Sky Keisuke Nirasaki

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