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Akaji Maro
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Akaji Maro (麿赤兒 Maro Akaji) (born February 24, 1943 in Nara Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese actor and choreographer. He is the father of actor Nao Omori. He graduated from Unebi Senior High School and later attended Waseda University to study philosophy and literature but dropped out early.

Filmography[]

  • [1967] Dutch Wife of the Wasteland
  • [1971] Chimimoryo: A Soul of Demons ... Kinzo
  • [1977] Kuroki Taro no Ai to Boken
  • [1980] Zigeunerweisen
  • [1981] Heat Shimmer Theater ... Homeless
  • [1982] Yaju-deka ... Painter
  • [1987] Shinran: Path to Purity ... Nanzame
  • [1989] Knockout ... Daisuke Kamoi
  • [1989] Circus Boys ... Tattoo Master
  • [1990] Ware ni Utsu Yoi Ari ... Sakurada
  • [1991] Yumeji
  • [1991] Checkmate ... Hakugin
  • [1992] Heya
  • [1993] All Under the Moon ... Senba
  • [1994] Uneasy Encounters ... Man of dry river bed
  • [1994] The Most Terrible Time in My Life ... Lt. Nakayama
  • [1995] Heisei Musekinin-ikka: Tokyo Deluxe ... Kanji, Nobuko's father
  • [1995] Stairway to the Distant Past ... Detective
  • [1995] A Last Note
  • [1996] Trap ... Detective
  • [1996] That's Cunning! Shijo Saidai no Sakusen
  • [1996] Dangan Runner
  • [1997] Moonlight Serenade
  • [1997] Scarred Angels ... Owner of the firm
  • [1997] Postman Blues
  • [1997] Cat's Eye
  • [1997] Lie Lie Lie ... Den
  • [1998] Tokyo Rampage ... Yakuza Boss
  • [1998] The Outer Way ... Kuwata
  • [1998] Shinsei Toire no Hanako-san
  • [1999] Shin Karajishi Kabushiki Kaisha
  • [1999] Kikujiro ... Scary Man
  • [1999] Tenshi ni Misuterareta Yoru ... Aota
  • [1999] Gemini
  • [2000] Kamen Gakuen ... Daimon
  • [2000] Swing Man ... Oda
  • [2000] The City of Lost Souls
  • [2001] Gin no Otoko: Roppongi Host Densetsu
  • [2001] Gin no Otoko 2
  • [2002] Toy Reanimator ... Mr. Iwai
  • [2002] Jam Films ... (segment "Pandora - Hong Kong Leg")
  • [2002] Suicide Club ... Detective Murata
  • [2002] KT ... Susumu Kawahara
  • [2002] Shangri-La ... Ookura Nagashima
  • [2003] 9 Souls
  • [2003] Kill Bill: Vol. 1 ... Boss Ozawah
  • [2003] Akame 48 Waterfalls
  • [2004] Wild Flowers
  • [2004] The Motive ... A-san
  • [2005] Into a Dream
  • [2005] The Whispering of the Gods ... Shopkeeper
  • [2006] Damejin
  • [2007] Pacchigi! Love & Peace
  • [2008] Be a Man! Samurai School

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