Tomokazu Miura (Actor)

Tomokazu Miura

Tomokazu Miura is a Japanese actor from Yamanashi Prefecture. His real name is Minoru Miura.

Miura married popular actress and singer Momoe Yamaguchi in 1980 after starring alongside her in several films throughout the 70s. Their sons are Peaky SALT vocalist Yu (Yutaro Miura) and actor Takahiro Miura.

Native name
三浦友和 (MIURA Tomokazu)
Occupation
Actor
Birthplace
Enzan, Yamanashi Prefecture
Born
January 28, 1952 (age 64)
Height
5' 10" (178 cm)
Blood type
AB
Debuted
1971
Genres
Films, TV dramas

Filmography as actor

Year Movie Role
2014 Until the Day Comes Teiichi Kawashima
2012 Beyond Outrage
2012 Welcome Home, Hayabusa
2012 Always: Sunset on Third Street 3
2011 Crossroads Toru
2011 Star Watching Dog
2011 My Back Page
2010 The Secret World of Arrietty
2010 Outrage: Way of the Yakuza Kato (Sannokai lieutenant)
2010 My Wife
2009 Rinco’s Restaurant
2009 The Unbroken Shiro Gyoten
2009 Heaven’s Door Hasegawa
2008 Sora e: Sukui no Tsubasa - Rescue Wings
2008 My Darling of the Mountains Kujiraya Inn owner
2007 Always: Sunset on Third Street 2
2007 Into the Faraway Sky Mr. Kusonoki
2006 Angel’s Egg Shibusawa
2005 Always: Sunset on Third Street
2004 Survive Style 5+ Doctor Yamauchi
2004 The Taste of Tea Nobuo Haruno, father
2001 Quartet Toru Aoyama
1974 The Dancing Girl of Izu

Latest news

  • Strawberry Night cast

    Cast revealed for “Strawberry Night” movie

    On Tuesday, further cast members were announced for the upcoming Strawberry Night movie, including Takao Osawa and Tomokazu Miura as brand new characters.It was previously known that Yuko Takeuchi...

    5 years ago
  • Beyond Outrage cast

    Cast of "Beyond Outrage" revealed, Otomo returns

    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
  • Tomokazu Miura in Railways 2

    Tomokazu Miura to star in “Railways” sequel

    Last May, the film Railways was released in Japan and got unprecedented support from men in their 40s and 50s, unexpectedly attracting over 500,000 people to theaters. Today it was announced that...

    6 years ago

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Last Updated 10 Mar 2014 at 18:50