Ryo Kase (Actor)
Ryo Kase is a Japanese actor.
Although Kase was born Kanagawa, he was raised in Bellevue, Washington until the age of 7 because his father, Yutaka Kase, headed Nissho Iwai American Corporation.
- Native name
- 加瀬亮 (KASE Ryo)
- Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture
- November 8, 1974 (age 42)
- 5' 9" (174 cm)
- Blood type
- Films, TV dramas
- Anore Inc.
Filmography as actor
On Thurday it was announced that actress Nana Eikura is starring in Watashi no Hawaii no Arukikata, the latest film by director Koji Maeda.Eikura has played heroine roles in several TV dramas and...3 years ago
Today 16 additional supporting cast members were revealed for the upcoming advertising comedy Judge! starring Satoshi Tsumabuki and Keiko Kitagawa.Written by award-winning commercial planner...3 years ago
The upcoming sequel to Takeshi Kitano's 2010 gangster film Outrage has been a tough one to figure, and fair warning--the reason for that involves some spoilers from the original.On Tuesday, a press...5 years ago
Earlier today, a press event was held in Kyoto to announce the production of a new film called Mother Water, which involves many of the same cast and staff who previously brought us “Kamome...7 years ago
Recently the staff of Satoshi Miki’s upcoming film Instant Swamp (Instant Numa), a comedy about an unemployed office worker who takes over her biological father’s shady-looking antique store,...8 years ago
In what amounts to a veritable shot-for-shot remake of Hiroshi Shimizu’s 1938 film, The Masseurs and a Woman (Anma to Onna), director Katsuhito Ishii takes a step back from the frenetically-paced...8 years ago
One of the more intriguing films on Japan’s 2009 slate so far is Junichi Mori’s Gravity’s Clowns (Juryoku Pierrot). The original novel it was based on was written by Kotaro Isaka, the same...8 years ago
Get out your hankies, folks. It’s yet another tearjerker from Japan. But this time there’s a puppy on the cover! Frankly, that’s about the only thing that could draw me into one of these...8 years ago
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...9 years ago