Masato Hagiwara

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Masato Hagiwara
Masato Hagiwara 2019.jpg
Hagiwara in 2019
Native name
萩原 聖人
Born (1971-08-21) August 21, 1971 (age 47)
Occupation Actor, voice actor, mahjong player
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Emi Wakui (1995-2003)
Children 1

Masato Hagiwara (萩原 聖人, Hagiwara Masato, born August 21, 1971) is a Japanese actor, voice actor, narrator and professional mahjong player.

Career

Hagiwara co-starred in Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Cure with Kōji Yakusho.[1] He also appeared in Hou Hsiao-hsien's Café Lumière[2] and had a starring role in Junji Sakamoto's Out of This World.[3]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1987 Bu Su Student
1997 Cure Kunio Mamiya
2000 Chaos Gorō Kuroda
2001 Onmyoji Prince Sawara Shinno
2001 Go Policeman
2001 Rain of Light
2004 Out of This World
2004 Café Lumière Seiji
2004 Rikidōzan Yuzuru Yoshimachi
2004 [email protected] Satoshi Matsuda
2007 Battery Makoto Tomura
2008 Chameleon
2008 Persona
2009 Sanpei the Fisher Boy Pei Mihira
2009 Listen to My Heart Daisuke Goto
2010 BOX: The Hakamada Case Norimichi Kumamoto
2010 Soup Opera
2013 Platinum Data
2015 Kaze ni Tatsu Lion
2017 Miracles of the Namiya General Store
2018 And Your Bird Can Sing
2018 A Banana? At This Time of Night? Daisuke
2019 Happy Island

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1994 Natsuko's Sake Wataru Kusakabe
Wakamono no Subete Tetsuo Harashima Lead role
2007 Ishida Mitsunari Taiga drama
2008 Full Swing Ikkyū Abe
2011 Diplomat Kosaku Kuroda Keiichi Yūki
The Reason I Can't Find My Love Takumi Shiraishi
2015 Shingari Takimoto
2016 Kyoaku wa Nemurasenai Tetsuo Igarashi TV movie
2017 Miotsukushi Ryōrichō
Ishitsubute
2018 Ran Hansha Michihiro Adachi TV movie

Anime television series

Anime film

Dubbing

References

  1. ^ Mes, Tom (March 20, 2001). "Midnight Eye review: Cure". Midnight Eye.
  2. ^ Schilling, Mark (September 15, 2004). "You can't beat an old master - The Japan Times". The Japan Times.
  3. ^ Gray, Jason (September 20, 2003). "Midnight Eye feature: Out of This World - Set Report". Midnight Eye.
  4. ^ "Masato Hagiwara, Arisa Komiya Join Garo: Divine Flame Film's Cast". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2 November 2018.

External links


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