Kei Tani - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Kei Tani’s height is 5ft 4.25in (1.63 m)

Kei Tani was a Japanese comedian, actor and musician. Born in Tokyo, he learned to play the trombone and, while a student at Chuo University, began playing in jazz bands performing for American soldiers during the Occupation of Japan.

Best Known For Movie: After Life
Height: 5ft 4.25in (1.63 m)
Born: February 22, 1932, Ōta, Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Filmography: Omiyasan (2002-2011), Free and Easy 20 (2009), Chameleon (2008), My Sassy Girl (2008), Postman (2008), Smile (2007), Kitaro (2007), Atagoal: Cat’s Magical Forest (2006), Tsuribaka nisshi 17 (2006), Sukoshi wa, ongaeshi dekitakana (2006), Ima ai ni yukimasu (2005), Tsuribaka nisshi 16 (2005), Tatta hitotsu no takaramono (2004), Swing Girls (2004), Tsuribaka nisshi 15: Hama-chan ni asu wa nai? (2004), Promise Land: Kurôbâzu no Daibôken (2004), Shinibana (2004), Kindaichi Kôsuke shirîzu: Hakurô no shibijin (2004), Koinu no warutsu (2004), Tsuribaka nisshi 14 (2003), Seishun bakachin ryôrijuku (2003), Waterboys (2003), Fukumimi (2003), Tsuribaka nisshi 13: Hama-chan kiki ippatsu! (2002), Sayonara, Ozu-sensei (2001), Waterboys (2001), Tsuribaka nisshi 12: Shijo saidai no kyuka (2001), Red Shadow: Akakage (2001), Stereo Future (2001), Kawa no nagare no you ni (2000), Tezuka Osamu gekijou (2000), Free and Easy 11 (2000), Tsukai, sanbiki no goinkyo (1999), Hana no oedo no Tsuribaka Nisshi (1998), After Life (1998), Tsuribaka Nisshi 10 (1998), Samurai Fiction (1998), Odoru daisosasen bangaihen – Wangansho fukei monogatari shoka no kôtsûanzen special (1998), Manuke sensei (1998), Moon Over Tao: Makaraga (1997), Tsuribaka nisshi 9 (1997), Janguru taitei (1997), Sore ga kotae da! (1997), Ganbariya (1997), Gimu to engi (1997), Free and Easy 8 (1996), Keiji hebi ni yokogirareru (1995), Tsuribaka nisshi 7 (1994), Free & Easy Special Version (1994), Tsuribaka nisshi 6 (1993), Tsuribaka nisshi 5 (1992), Za Chugaku kyoshi (1992), Yonigeya hompo (1992), Tsuribaka nisshi 4 (1991), Taro! Tokyo makai taisen (1991), Yome Syûtome Konyaku Sôdo (1991), Free and Easy 3 (1990), Tokyo Heaven (1990), Peesuke: Gatapishi monogatari (1990), Yonimo kimyô na monogatari (1990), Free and Easy II (1989), Free and Easy (1988), Kaisha monogatari: Memories of You (1988), Loving (1983), Lonely Heart (1981), Tono Eijirô no Mito Kômon (1978), Daitokai – tatakai no hibi (1978), Yakyukyô no uta (1977), Kigeki damashi no jingi (1974), Aitte nandaro (1973), Kigeki dôrobô daikazoku: tenka o toru (1972), Damasarete moraimasu (1971), Nippon ichi no shokku otoko (1971), Nippon ichi no warunori otoko (1970), Naniga nandemo tamegorô (1970), Kigeki: Makete tamaru ka! (1970), Nagurikomi Shimizu Minato (1970), Kiki kaikai ore wa dareda?! (1969), Nippon ichi no danzetsu otoko (1969), Dai bakuhatsu (1969), Kigeki ippatsu dai hisshou (1969), Kureji no buchamukure daihakken (1969), Imaginary Paradise (1968), Mexican Free-for-All (1968), Zoku shacho hanjôki (1968), Shachô hanjôki (1968), Bakumatsu: Tenamonya daizôdô (1967), Industrial Spy Free for All (1967), Nippon ichi no otoko no naka no otoko (1967), Monsieur Zivaco (1967), Kigeki Keiba hisshouhou (1967), Ghost Story of Two Travelers at Tenamonya (1967), Kigeki: Ippatsu shôbu (1967), Kureji ogon sakusen (1967), Aogeba tôtoshi (1966), Kureji daisakusen (1966), Tenamonya Tôkaidô (1966), Kureji da yo: kisôtengai (1966), The Boss of Pick-pocket Bay (1966), Zoku nishi no ôshô, higashi no taishô (1965), Crazy Adventure (1965), Nippon ichi no goma suri otoko (1965), Baka ga tanku de yatte kuru (1964), Miyamoto Musashi: The Duel at Ichijoji (1964), Musekinin yûkyôden (1964), Nishi no ôshô, higashi no taishô (1964), Hana no oedo no musekinin (1964), The Sandal Keeper (1964), The Sandal Keeper (1964), Jigoku sakusen (1964), Zoku wakai kisetsu (1964), Honkon kureji sakusen (1963), Kureji sakusen: Kudabare! Musekinin (1963), Two-Sword Fencing Is Born (1963), Nippon ichi no iro otoko (1963), Double Trouble (1963), Crazy Operation (1963), Kureji no hanayome to shichinin no nakama (1962), Nippon musekinin yaro (1962), Wakai kisetsu (1962), Nippon musekinin jidai (1962), Sarari man donto bushi – Kiraku na kagyô to kita monda (1962), The Woman Who Touched the Legs (1960), Ohayô! Kodomo Show (1965).
Other Names: Tanikei
Astrological Sign: Pisces
Occupation: Comedian, Actor
Died: September 11, 2010, Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan
Music group: Crazy Cats (1956 – 2010)
Awards: Japan Record Award for Lifetime Achievement

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