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Hiroyuki Watanabe


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About Hiroyuki Watanabe

Hiroyuki Watanabe is a 66 years old male from Mito, Ibaraki, Japan. Hiroyuki is most well known for acting, and has 71 known credits, of which 62 are movies, and 9 are TV shows.

Hiroyuki Watanabe’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Hiroyuki Watanabe’s movies you should definitely watch GARO and the Wailing Dragon (2013), as with 10.0 it is the highest rated movie Hiroyuki has worked on!

  1. GARO and the Wailing Dragon (2013)
  2. Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2001)
  3. Ringu (1998)
  4. Everly (2015)
  5. Gamera: Guardian of the Universe (1995)

1. GARO and the Wailing Dragon (2013 Movie)

The best rated movie Hiroyuki Watanabe has been a part of is the action, adventure, fantasy movie GARO and the Wailing Dragon, where they had the role of Taiga Saejima. It has a rating on Friendspire of 10.0 and 6.6 on IMDb .

2. Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2001)

Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack has a rating on Friendspire of 8.5 and 7.0 on IMDb . Hiroyuki Watanabe worked on this action, science fiction, fantasy movie as Yutaka Hirose.

3. Ringu (1998)

In Ringu Hiroyuki Watanabe was worked as Toast the Knowing . This horror, thriller movie has a rating on Friendspire of 7.4 and 7.2 on IMDb .

4. Everly (2015)

This thriller, action movie has a rating on Friendspire of 5.4 and 5.1 on IMDb . In Everly Hiroyuki Watanabe had the role of Taiko.

5. Gamera: Guardian of the Universe (1995)

Hiroyuki Watanabe was a part of the movie Gamera: Guardian of the Universe as Colonel Ono. This fantasy, adventure, science fiction, horror movie has a rating Friendspire of 5.0 and 6.7 on IMDb .

Hiroyuki Watanabe’s highest rated TV shows

If you enjoy Hiroyuki Watanabe’s shows you should definitely watch Tokyo Vice (2022), as with 8.1 it is the highest rated show has been a part of!!

  1. Tokyo Vice (2022)
  2. CSI: Crime Scene Talks (2011)

1. Tokyo Vice (2022)

The crime, drama, thriller TV show Tokyo Vice has a rating Friendspire of 8.1 and 8.0 on IMDb . Hiroyuki Watanabe was Ohara in this show!

2. CSI: Crime Scene Talks (2011)

In CSI: Crime Scene Talks Hiroyuki Watanabe was . This drama show has a rating on 6.6 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Hiroyuki Watanabe born?

Hiroyuki Watanabe’s birthday is on 8 December 1955 .

What is Hiroyuki Watanabe’s gender?

Hiroyuki Watanabe is male.

Where was Hiroyuki Watanabe born?

Hiroyuki Watanabe was born in Mito, Ibaraki, Japan.

What is Hiroyuki most known for?

Hiroyuki Watanabe is most known for acting. Hiroyuki has worked on 62 movies and 9 TV shows.

What is Hiroyuki Watanabe’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is GARO and the Wailing Dragon, which has a score of 10.0.

What is Hiroyuki Watanabe’s highest rated tv show?

The best rated tv show they have worked on is Tokyo Vice, which has a score of 8.1.

Hiroyuki’s Filmography

As Ohara. A first-hand account of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police beat following Jake Adelstein, an American journalist who embeds himself into the Tokyo Vice police squad to reveal corruption. Based on Jake Adelstein’s non-fiction book of the same name.

As Hayatsu. A mysterious video has been linked to a number of deaths, and when an inquisitive journalist finds the tape and views it herself, she sets in motion a chain of events that puts her own life in danger.

As Taiko. After she betrays a powerful mob boss, a woman matches wits and weaponry with a legion of killers who are out to collect the bounty on the heads of her and her family.

As Yutaka Hirose. Godzilla has become a distant memory for Japan when the destruction of a US submarine raises alarms for Admiral Tachibana. His estranged daughter Yuri investigates the legend of the guardian monsters, who must rise to protect Japan against the vengeful spirits within Godzilla that seek to destroy both the nation and its people for the suffering they inflicted in the Pacific conflict.

As Fukao Asano. The only movie theater on the Onomichi seafront is about to close its doors. Its last night of screenings will be an all-night marathon of Japanese war films. When lightning strikes the theater, three young men in the audience find themselves thrown back in time into the world inside the screen.

As Colonel Ono. A ship runs aground on a mysterious atoll leading to an investigation by insurance representative Kusanagi, who discovers an ancient bead that he gives to his daughter Asagi. Meanwhile, ornithologist Nagamine investigates reports of a new species of large bird named Gyaos. As the Gyaos begin to attack, an ancient guardian with a bond to Asagi emerges.

As Taiga Saejima. Garo: Soukoku no Maryu (lit. Blue Cries of the Demon Dragon) is the second film to the Garo series. The film serves as an epilogue after Makai Senki and leads up to The One Who Shines in the Darkness. The story continues after the events of Makai Senki. Having made a contract with Gajari, Kouga Saejima honors his end of the deal by traveling to the Promised Land to retrieve a part of Gajari: the Fang of Sorrow. After Kouga defeated Sigma, Gajari transported him to the Promised Land, however, his quest had unexpected results.

As Colonel Ono. A strange meteor lands in Japan and unleashes hundreds of insect-like "Legion" creatures bent on colonizing the Earth. When the military fails to control the situation, Gamera shows up to deal with the ever-evolving space adversary. However the battle may result in Gamera losing his bond with both Asagi and humanity.

As Tetsuro Tomishima. Model Reiko Higa is injured after being hit by a car pursued by motorcycle cop Tomishima. Tomishima's supervisor refuses his request to apologize to Reiko, as it would be an admission of police responsibility. Forced to give up her career, Reiko leaves Tokyo to return to her hometown on Okinawa, travelling by road up to Kagoshima, and Tomishima pursues her in order to apologize.

Executive producer. Satoshi Itomura is an assistant police investigator who belongs to the Metropolitan Police Department’s Scientific Investigation Team. Reenactments, fingerprint and voice data collections, profiling... His team collects scientific evidence and pieces together fragments of information in order to help build evidences. However, Itomura often does not care about the scientific approach and instead pays a great deal of attention to the things that the victims always carried with them or treasured. And he focuses on these things because they usually carry the victim’s dying wishes, understanding that last message not only helps solve the cases but also brings closure to the depressed family of victims.

As Colonel Ono. With the Gyaos re-emerging, Gamera's ties to humanity have been severed with his bond to Asagi broken. Nagamine and Asagi investigate while an orphaned girl named Ayana discovers a new creature she names Iris. Nagamine and Asagi must reach Ayana before she takes her revenge on Gamera, who she blames for the death of her family.

As Freddy. When a good student named Kamiyama gets placed in a high school filled with disobedient kids, he steps up to the plate and takes a position of leadership. Urging the young slackers and rebels to clean up their act, Kamiyama is in store for a lot of resistance.

As Taiga Saejima. Lurking among us are the Horrors, ancient enemies of our kind. Holding the line against them, down through the ages, are the Makai Knights. Assuming the aspect of Golden Knight Garo, Raiga Saezima has vanquished one such demonic creature, but his magical armour has been tainted with evil. Furthermore, a Knight of the dark has materialized, and taken hold of Mayuri, so dear to Raiga. If he hopes to rescue her, Raiga must board a mysterious train destined for the netherworld. As he advances through the cars of this train, Raiga comes ever closer to confronting his own hidden truths…

Executive producer. Tatsumi, the third head of the Togo clan, recalls Wanibuchi Ichizo (Motomiya Yasufu), the young head of the Makikawa clan, who was known as the "bare handed" Emperor. Wanibuchi attracted many young people with his overwhelming charisma and the strength of his fighting skills. Mr. Makikawa wanted to give such young people a cup and expand his power. One day, however, Wanibuchi defeats the members of the Yamato clan, Japan's largest organization, with his bare knuckles, and the Makigawa clan is in danger of survival.

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