Joe Odagiri

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Joe Odagiri
Odagiri Joe "Foujita" at Opening Ceremony of the 28th Tokyo International Film Festival (22265705578).jpg
Odagiri at the 28th Tokyo International Film Festival
Native name オダギリ ジョー
Born Jō Odagiri (小田切 譲, Odagiri Jō)
(1976-02-16) February 16, 1976 (age 42)
Okayama, Japan
Other names Odajo
Occupation Actor, musician
Spouse(s) Yuu Kashii

Jō Odagiri (小田切 譲, Odagiri Jō, born February 16, 1976), better known by his stage name Joe Odagiri (オダギリ ジョー, Odagiri Jō), is a Japanese actor and musician. South China Morning Post described him as "a rebel, something made evident by his grungy, gothic style".[1]

Personal life

Odagiri Joe was born in Tsuyama, Okayama prefecture. Though he was accepted by Kochi University, he turned it down for an opportunity to study in the United States. He had originally intended to study film directing at California State University, Fresno, but mistakes in the application process landed him in acting classes.[2] He often says that Fresno is his second homeland.[3]

On December 27, 2007, at a news conference in Tokyo, Odagiri announced his engagement to actress Yuu Kashii, who is exactly 11 years younger than him.[4] Together they have two children. On April 24, 2015, Odagiri's younger son died due to intestinal ileus.[5]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Spellbound
2001 Platonic Sex Toshimi Iwasaki
Terrors
2002 Satorare Kenichi Satomi
Mokka no Koibito
2003 Azumi Bijomaru Mogami
Bright Future Yuuji Nimura Lead role
2004 Kaikyo o Wataru Violin
Out of This World
Pacchigi!
Blood and Bones Takeshi
Black Kiss Joker Jono
2005 In the Pool Tetsuya Taguchi Lead role
Into a Dream
Hazard Shin Lead role
House of Himiko Haruhiko Kishimoto Lead role
Shinobi: Heart Under Blade Gennosuke Kouga Lead role
Scrap Heaven Tetsu
Princess Raccoon Amechiyo Lead role
2006 Big River Teppei Lead role
The Uchōten Hotel Ukon
Retribution Dr. Takagi
Mushishi Ginko Lead role
The Pavillion Salamandre Hoichi Tobishima
Sway Takeru Hayakawa Lead role
2007 Tokyo Tower: Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad Masawa Nakagawa Lead role
Sad Vacation Goto
Adrift in Tokyo Fumiya Takemura Lead role
2008 Plastic City Kirin
Dream Jin
2009 The Warrior and the Wolf Lu Shenkang Chinese film
Air Doll Sonoda
2011 I Wish Kenji
Poongsan North Korean border guard 1 Cameo
My Way Tatsuo Hasegawa South Korean film, lead role
2013 The Great Passage Masashi Nishioka
Real Editor
Mr. Go The Owner of Chunichi Dragons South Korean film, cameo
Human Trust Kugenuma
Present for You Shigeru Kajiwara
2014 The World of Kanako Detective Aikawa
2015 Foujita Tsuguharu Foujita Lead role
2016 Over the Fence Yoshio Shiraiwa Lead role
Her Love Boils Bathwater Kazuhiro
2017 Ernesto Freddy Maymura Lead role
Pumpkin and Mayonnaise Hagio
The White Girl Lead role
2018 Room Laundering
Human, Space, Time and Human Eve's boyfriend South Korean film

Television

Television
Year Japanese Title Title English Title Role Network Notes
2000 仮面ライダークウガ Kamen Rider Kuuga Kamen Rider Kuuga Yusuke Godai Tv asahi Lead role
2001 OLヴィジュアル系 OL Visual Kei OL Visual Kei
嫉妬の香り Shitto no Kaori A Fragrance of Jealousy Asai Makoto
2002 初体験 Hatsu Taiken First Time Atsushi Fuji TV
てんたいかんそく Tentai Kansoku Searchin' for My Polestar Kisaki Takeshi
サトラレ Satorare Transparent tv asahi Lead role
2003 Kao Face Nishijima Kousuke Fuji TV Lead role
さとうきびばたけのうた Satokibi Batake no Uta Song of the Cane Fields Yoshioka TBS
ビギナー Beginner Beginner Shun Fuji TV Lead role
2004 海峡を渡るバイオリン Kaikyo wo Wataru Violin The Violin Over Seas Aikawa Sensei
新選組! Shinsengumi Shinsengumi! Saito Hajime NHK
2005 不機嫌なジーン Fukigen na Gene Grumpy Gene Katsuta Hayato Fuji TV
2006 時効警察 Jikou Keisatsu Time Limit Detective Kiriyama Shuichiro tv asahi Lead role
2007 帰ってきた時効警察 Kaette Kita Jikou Keisatsu Lead role
2008 ぼくの妹 Boku no Imoto My Younger Sister Egami Mei TBS Lead role
深夜食堂 Shinya Shokudo Midnight Diner Katagiri
2010 熱海の捜査官 Atami no Sousakan tv asahi Lead role
塀の中の中学校 Hei no Naka no Chuugakkou A School Behind Bars Ishikawa Junpei TBS Lead role
2011 深夜食堂2 Shinya Shokudo 2 Midnight Diner 2 Katagiri
2014 アリスの棘 Alice No Toge The Thorns of Alice Nishimen
2015 経世済民の男 第一部 『高橋是清』  Keisei Saimin no Otoko Part 1 Takahashi Korekiyo NHK Lead role
夢を与える Yume wo Ataeru To Give a Dream Murano Wowow
2016 重版出来! Jūhan Shuttai! Sleepeeer Hit! Kei Iokibe TBS
2016 Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories - Netflix
2018 チア☆ダン We Are Rockets! Tarō Urushido TBS

Anime

Bibliography

Books

  • Joe Odagiri: Sweater Book (2000)
  • Odagirism (2001)

Photobooks

  • Jissya: A Photobook of Joe Odagiri (2000)
  • Four Years Ago (2006)

Discography

Albums

  • White (2006)
  • Black (2006)

Singles

  • T (2000)
  • Hazard (2003)
  • Cherry the Dustman (2006)

See also

References

  1. ^ Mak, Clara (July 19, 2012). "Q&A: Joe Odagiri – South China Morning Post". South China Morning Post. 
  2. ^ Odagiri, Joe (October 2001). Odagirism (in Japanese). Bijyutsu Publishing Inc. ISBN 4-568-22113-7. 
  3. ^ "EXエンタテイメント:オダギリ ジョー第2の故郷 フレズノに帰る" (in Japanese). Express Co, Ltd. Archived from the original on September 28, 2007. 
  4. ^ オダギリジョーさん、香椎由宇と結婚へ (in Japanese). Asahi Shimbun. Retrieved December 28, 2007. 
  5. ^ "Joe Odagiri's Second Son, Aged 1, Passes Away". Tokusatsunetwork. Retrieved April 24, 2015. 

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