Ken Watanabe (渡辺 謙, Watanabe Ken, born October 21, 1959) is a Japanese stage, film, and television actor. To English-speaking audiences, he is known for playing tragic hero characters, such as General Tadamichi Kuribayashi in Letters from Iwo Jima and Lord Katsumoto...Wikipedia
Born: 21st October, 1959, Koide, Niigata, Japan
Height: 6' 0¾" (185 cm)
Claim to Fame: The Last Samurai
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Leonardo DiCaprio continues to film scenes for Christopher Nolan’s Inception along with Ken Watanabe and Ellen Page at LAX airport on Monday (October 26).
The 34-year-old actor goofed around with the crew and at one point even stuck his finger in his nose!
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Children: son, actor Dai Watanabe (born August 1st 1984) and daughter, An Watanabe (born 1986).
One of eight actors of Asian descent nominated for an Academy Award in an acting category. The others are Miyoshi Umeki who won Best Supporting Actress nominated for Sayonara (1957), Sessue Hayakawa nominated for The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), Mako nominated for The Sand Pebbles (1966), Ben Kingsley who won Best Actor for Gandhi (1982), Haing S. Ngor who won Best Supporting Actor for The Killing Fields (1984), Pat Morita nominated for The Karate Kid (1984), and Rinko Kikuchi nominated for Babel (2006).
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A king's arrival is never silent, The king will rise
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