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Togo Igawa

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Native name  伊川東吾
Role  Actor
Occupation(s)  Actor
Spouse  Adrienne Baba
Years active  2000–present
Parents  Motoharu Baba
Name  Togo Igawa

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Born  September 26, 1946 (age 69) Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan (1946-09-26)
Website  http://www.togoigawa.com/togoigawa.com/Biography.html
TV shows  Thomas and Friends, Robotboy, Nice Day at the Office
Nominations  BAFTA Games Award for Performer
Movies  Everly, The Hedgehog, The Last Samurai, Johnny English Reborn, Ninja
Similar People  Joe Lynch, Carl Rinsch, Isaac Florentine, Oliver Parker, Umin Boya

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Togo Igawa (伊川 東吾, Igawa Togo), born in Tokyo on 26 September 1946, is a Japanese actor who works primarily in British films and television.

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In recent years he has had roles in major motion pictures such as Revolver, Memoirs of a Geisha and The Last Samurai. He has also appeared in the Israeli movie A Matter of Size and the Thomas & Friends movies Hero of the Rails and Misty Island Rescue in 2010. Additionally Igawa provides the voice for the character Professor Moshimo on the cartoon series Robotboy and the voice for the character Hiro, who first appeared in Hero of the Rails, in Thomas and Friends. He appears in 2011's Johnny English Reborn, the sequel to Johnny English, as English's Tibetan guru, and is in the 2012 film Gambit playing businessman Takagawa.

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Igawa voiced the main villain Colonel Lee in the video game Crysis Warhead and the Yakuza character Jiro in the video game Payday 2.

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Personal life

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Igawa lives in England with his wife Adrienne Baba. He became the first Japanese member of The Royal Shakespeare Company in 1986.

Film

  • Kagirinaku toumei ni chikai blue (1979) as Okinawa
  • The Man Who Shot Christmas (1984) as Koji
  • Half Moon Street (1986) as Japanese Waiter
  • Just Like a Woman (1992) as Akira Watanabe
  • Incognito (1998) as Agachi
  • The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz (1999) as Japanese Scuba Diver
  • Code 46 (2004) as a Driver
  • Irish Jam (2006) as Mr. Suzuki
  • Speed Racer (2008) as Tetsuo Togokahn
  • The Hedgehog (2009) as Kakuro Ozu
  • Hero of the Rails (2009) as Hiro (voice)
  • A Matter of Size (2009) as Kitano
  • Ninja (2009) as Sensei Takeda
  • Misty Island Rescue (2010) as Hiro (voice)
  • Johnny English Reborn (2011) as Ting Wang
  • Gambit (2012) as Takagawa
  • King of the Railway (2013) as Hiro (voice)
  • 47 Ronin (2013) as Tengu Lord (voice)
  • Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014) as Old Monk
  • Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist (2014) as Gotetsu
  • Everly (2014) as Sadist
  • The Confessions (2016) as Japanese minister
  • Television

  • Gems (1985–1986) as Mr. Horikoshi/Mr. Jima
  • Never the Twain (1988) as Japanese tourist
  • Small World (1988) as Prof. Motakazu Umeda
  • Forever Green (1989) as Mr. Okisawa
  • Screen Two (1989) as Hiroto
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! (second series anime) (2005) as Jafar Shin (voice)
  • Robotboy (2005–2008) as Professor Moshimo
  • The IT Crowd (2006) as Japanese Boss
  • Thomas & Friends (2010–present) as Hiro (voice)
  • Casualty (2014) as Than Sein
  • Archer (2015) as Kentaro Sato (voice)
  • Doctor Who (2017) as Secretary General
  • The Amazing World of Gumball (2017) as Masami Yoshida's father, Mr. Yoshida (as heard on "The Gift" and "The Worst") and the mystical Mako-esque narrator as heard on "The Routine".
  • Thunderbirds Are Go (2017) as Toshi Murakami (voice)
  • Video games

  • Perfect Dark Zero (2005) as Zhang Li
  • Genji: Days of the Blade (2006) as Musashibo Benkei
  • Crysis Warhead (2008) as Colonel Lee
  • Payday 2 (2015) as Jiro
  • Total War: Shogun 2 (2010) as game's narrator (cooperating with Sega and Creative Assembly)
  • References

    Togo Igawa Wikipedia


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