Teruyuki Kagawa - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Family Education Biography

Teruyuki Kagawa’s height is 5ft 7.25in (1.71 m)

Teruyuki Kagawa is a Japanese actor.

Best Known For Movie: Tokyo Sonata
Born: December 7, 1965 , Tokyo, Japan
Filmography: Gekijouban Mozu (2015), Ryûsei Wagon (2015), The Roosevelt Game (2014), Mozu (2014), Leaders (2014), Miyamoto Musashi (2014), Airport 2013 (2013), Hanzawa Naoki (2013), Priceless (2012), One Piece Film Z (2012), Reunion (2012), Beautiful World (2012), Double Face: Sen’nyû sôsa hen (2012), Dreams for Sale (2012), Akko’s Secret (2012), Rurouni Kenshin (2012), Key of Life (2012), Penance (2012), Clouds Over the Hill (2009-2011), Isoroku Yamamoto, the Commander-in-Chief of the Combined Fleet (2011), Nankyoku tairiku: Kami no ryouiki ni idonda otoko to inu no monogatari (2011), Kaiji 2: Jinsei dakkai gêmu (2011), Unfair: The Answer (2011), Tormented (2011), From Up on Poppy Hill (2011), Gaikôkan Kuroda Kôsaku (2011), SP: The motion picture kakumei hen (2011), Tomorrow’s Joe (2011), Space Battleship Yamato (2010), Ryômaden (2010), SP: The motion picture yabô hen (2010), Dazai osamu tanpen shôsetsu shû 3 (2010), Shinzanmono (2010), Haru’s Journey (2010), Golden Slumber (2010), W no higeki (2010), Snow Prince (2009), The Unbroken (2009), Kaiji: The Ultimate Gambler (2009), 20th Century Boys 3: Redemption (2009), Mr. Brain (2009), Dear Doctor (2009), Mt. Tsurugidake (2009), City of War: The Story of John Rabe (2009), 20th Century Boys 2: The Last Hope (2009), 20th Century Boys 1: Beginning of the End (2008), The Magic Hour (2008), Tea Fight (2008), Tokyo Sonata (2008), Tokyo! (2008), Hero (2007), Sukiyaki Western Django (2007), Shimane no bengoshi (2007), The Haunted Samurai (2007), Kisaragi (2007), Fourteen (2007), Yakusha damashii! (2006), Unholy Women (2006), Unfair: Code Breaking (2006), Sea Without Exit (2006), Tales from Earthsea (2006), Hana (2006), Memories of Matsuko (2006), Sway (2006), Kômyô ga tsuji (2006), Memories of Tomorrow (2006), Unfair (2006), Taigan no kanojo (2006), Eejanaika nippon miyagi hen kesennuma densetsu (2006), What the Snow Brings (2005), Portrait of the Wind (2005), The Milkwoman (2005), Bashing (2005), Tetsujin 28 (2005), Emergency Room 24 Hours (2005), Flic (2005), Year One in the North (2005), Oboeteiru (2005), Suiyô puremia: sekai saikyô J horâ SP Nihon no kowai yoru (2004), Heaven’s Bookstore (2004), Tenka (2004), Quill: The Life of a Guide Dog (2004), The Hotel Venus (2004), Akai tsuki (2004), Warau Iemon (2004), Kanojo ga shinjatta. (2004), Nuan (2003), A Boy’s Summer in 1945 (2002), Kakuto (2002), Tsuki ni shizumu (2002), Out (2002), Doing Time (2002), Shiritsu tantei Hama Maiku (2002), KT (2002), Toshiie to matsu: kaga hyakumangoku monogatari (2002), Man Walking on Snow (2001), Pî-Pî kyodai (2001), Pickpocket (2000), Sugao no tokimeki (2000), Devils on the Doorstep (2000), Boy’s Choir (2000), Inu hashiru (1998), Beautiful Sunday (1998), Tenamonya Shôsha (1998), Serpent’s Path (1998), Shinjuku zame: Mugen ningyo (1995), Hachidai shôgun Yôshimune (1995), Rampo (1994), Shizukanaru Don 2 (1992), Genji monogatari (1991), Wataru seken wa oni bakari (1991), Yonimo kimyô na monogatari (1991), Shizukanaru Don (1991), Oishii onna ni goyojin (1991), Yuki no furu yoru: Chizome no yûjô (1991), Kasugano Tsubone (1989), Katte ni shiyagare hey! Brother (1989), Kareinaru tsuiseki (1989), Roppongi banana boys (1989), Onihei hankachô (1989), Another Sky (2014), All Star Kanshasai 2014 Spring (2014), The Making of ‘Daikûkô’ (2013), The Nonfiction (2013), The 36th Annual Japan Academy Awards (2013), Tabi no chikara (2012), The 34th Annual Japan Academy Awards (2011), Last Days (2010), The 33rd Annual Japan Academy Awards (2010), Shôfukutei tsurube ga umareta riyu (2010), Soul Red: Yusaku Matsuda (2009), The Making of ‘Mt. Tsurugidake’ (2009), A-Studio (2009), Matsuda yusaku wa ikiteiru (2009), Bokura no jidai (2008).
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Occupation: Actor
Education: University of Tokyo (1988)
Parents: Ichikawa Ennosuke III, Yuko Hama
Children: Masaaki Kagawa
Awards: Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Height: 5ft 7.25in (1.71 m)

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