Hideyo Amamoto - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Hideyo Amamoto’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Hideyo Amamoto was a prolific Japanese actor from the Wakamatsu ward of Kitakyūshū best known for portraying Dr. Shinigami in the original Kamen Rider series as well as many other characters in tokusatsu films and the Godzilla series.

Best Known For Movie: Yojimbo
Born: January 2, 1926, Wakamatsu-ku, Kitakyūshū
Filmography: Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2001), Oshikiri (2000), Sebunzu feisu (2000), Hakata Movie: Chinchiromai (2000), Sweet Sweet Ghost (2000), Keizoku: The Movie (2000), F (Efu) (1998), Mikeneko Hômuzu no tasogare hoteru (1998), Weather Girl (1996), Eko eko azaraku II (1996), Marehito (1995), Edogawa Rampo gekijo: Oshie to tabisuru otoko (1994), Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie (1994), Yamikin no teiou Gin to Kin 2 (1994), The Fighting King (1993), Yamikin no teiou Gin to Kin (1993), Shôrishatachi (1992), Wangan Midnight (1992), The Female Warriors (1991), My Soul Is Slashed (1991), Dai yûkai (1991), Youkai tengoku: Ghost Hero (1990), Rônin-gai (1990), Hong Kong Paradise (1990), Yonimo kimyô na monogatari (1990), Bungakusho satsujin jiken: Oinaru jyoso (1989), Kaitô Ruby (1988), Jigoku no banken: akai megane (1987), Mahjong Horoki (1984), Farewell to the Ark (1984), Seiun kamen Mashinman (1984), The Kôsuke Kindaichi Series 2: The Mummy Bride (1983), Misuta, Misesu, Misu Ronri (1980), The Detective Story (1980), Blue Christmas (1978), Message from Space (1978), Yûrei ressha (1978), Chiisana sûpâman Ganbaron (1977), Kaiketsu Zubat (1977), Anju to zushiô (1976), The Adventure of Robocon (1976), Tokkan (1975), Lupin the Third: Strange Psychokinetic Strategy (1974), Ôedo sôsamô (1973-1974), Henshin Ninja arashi (1972), Kamen Raidâ tai Shokkâ (1972), The Wolves (1971), Gekido no showashi: Okinawa kessen (1971), Kamen Rider (1971), Bakuchi-uchi: Inochi-huda (1971), Gekido no showashi ‘Gunbatsu’ (1970), Nagurikomi Shimizu Minato (1970), Godzilla’s Revenge (1969), Jigokuhen (1969), Red Lion (1969), Maitei Jyakku (1968), Operation: Mystery! (1968), The Human Bullet (1968), Kill! (1968), Za taigâsu: Sekai wa bokura o matteiru (1968), Dorifutazu desu yo! Zenshin zenshin matazenshin (1967), Urutora Q (1967), Japan’s Longest Day (1967), King Kong Escapes (1967), Sasaki Kojiro (1967), The Killing Bottle (1967), Epoch of Murder Madness (1967), Momotarô-zamurai (1967), Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster (1966), Tenamonya Tôkaidô (1966), Kiganjô no bôken (1966), The Sword of Doom (1966), Abare Gôemon (1966), Cash Calls Hell (1966), Key of Keys (1965), Fort Graveyard (1965), Samurai Assassin (1965), Kwaidan (1964), Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964), Could I But Live (1964), Uchû daikaijû Dogora (1964), Aa bakudan (1964), Atragon (1963), The Elegant Life of Mr. Everyman (1963), The Lost World of Sinbad (1963), Hiken (1963), Interpol Code 8 (1963), Matango (1963), Sengoku yarô (1963), Ankokugai no kiba (1962), 47 Samurai (1962), Dobunezumi sakusen (1962), Gorath (1962), Kurenai no sora (1962), Shinku no otoko (1961), Blood on the Sea (1961), Honkon no yoru (1961), Yojimbo (1961), Blueprint of Murder (1961), Daredevil in the Castle (1961), Dokuritsu gurentai nishi-e (1960), Otoko tai otoko (1960), Densô ningen (1960), Kunisada Chûji (1960), The Last Gunfight (1960), Nippon tanjô (1959), Seishun o kakero (1959), Aru kengo no shogai (1959), Songoku: The Road to the West (1959), Ankokugai no kaoyaku (1959), Theater of Life (1958), Mikkokusha wa dare ka (1958), Yatsu ga satsujinsha da (1958), Temptation (1957), Ai wa furu hoshi no kanata ni (1956), Twenty-Four Eyes (1954), The Garden of Women (1954), Making of Eko Eko Azarak II (2004), Dai 6 kai FNS no hi sûpâ supesharu 1 oku 2000 man nin no Heisei kyôiku terebi (1992), Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness (2008), Masked Rider: The First (2005), Mighty Jack (1968), What’s Up, Tiger Lily? (1966).
Other Names: Eisei Amamoto
Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Occupation: Actor
Died: March 23, 2003, Wakamatsu-ku, Kitakyūshū
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)

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