Joe Odagiri (Actor)

Joe Odagiri

Joe Odagiri is a Japanese actor. He was born on February 16, 1976 in Tsuyama, Okayama Prefecture.

Native name
オダギリジョー (ODAGIRI Jo)
Birthplace
Tsuyama, Okayama Prefecture
Born
February 16, 1976 (age 38)
Height
5' 9" (176 cm)
Blood type
O
Debuted
1999
Occupation
Actor
Genres
Films, stage, TV dramas
Office
Dongyu Club
Spouse
Yu Kashii (2008-)

Personal

  • Odagiri and his wife Yu Kashii share the same birthday.

Filmography as actor

Latest news

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    Today it was announced that Koji Yakusho will star in Tetsuya Nakashima’s Kawaki (lit. “Thirst”), a movie adaptation of Akio Fukamachi’s debut novel Hateshinaki Kawaki, winner of the 3rd...

    12 months ago
  • Human Trust cast and staff

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    1 year ago
  • Plastic City flyer

    ‘Plastic City’ trailer posted on YouTube

    The 2-minute Japanese trailer for Yu Lik Wai’s gangster drama, Plastic City has been posted on on the YouTube channel of distributor Bitters End in preparation for its March release in Japan.The...

    6 years ago
  • Dream flyer

    Ki-duk Kim’s “Dream” gets a Japanese release

    Kim Ki-duk’s Dream (Bi-mong), starring Joe Odagiri and Lee Na-yeong will be released by Odagiri-friendly distributor Stylejam in Japan this coming February with the Japanese title “Himu”...

    6 years ago
  • Scrap Heaven Japanese movie poster

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    If David Fincher’s “Fight Club” extolled the virtues of the anti-establishment way of life with its unbridled machismo and nonstop assault on commercialism, Sang-Il Lee’s Scrap Heaven takes...

    6 years ago
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    As I posted here yesterday, this year’s New York Asian Film Festival features an impressive lineup of Japanese films - many of which will be screened for the first time in the US. Ryo...

    6 years ago
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    Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa has a unique way of creating films that stick to a central theme on such a base level that actual plot details and dialogue are rendered completely secondary to maintaining...

    7 years ago

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