Siblings Shunsuke Kubozuka
|Name Yosuke Kubozuka|
Spouse Non-Chan (m. 2003–2012)
Books PIECES OF PEACE
|Born 7 May 1979 (age 41) (1979-05-07) Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan|
TV shows The Long Love Letter, Ikebukuro West Gate Park
Movies Helter Skelter, Ping‑Pong, Go, Deadman Inferno, Madness in Bloom
Similar People Shunsuke Kubozuka, Arata Iura, Hiroshi Shinagawa, Yusuke Iseya, Erika Sawajiri
Yosuke Kubozuka (窪塚 洋介, Kubozuka Yōsuke, born May 7, 1979 in Yokosuka, Kanagawa) is a Japanese actor.
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Yosuke Kubozuka 窪塚 洋介 - Dior Homme fashion show - January 20th
Yosuke Kubozuka has been a model for many magazines and TV commercials before starting out his acting career where he debuted in a 1995 TV crime drama Kindaichi Case Files. In 1998, he starred in the TV series GTO as the role of an honors student, Yoshito Kikuchi. In 2000, he starred in Ikebukuro West Gate Park as Takashi Ando.
In 2001, Go! was officially released for evaluation and this production describes the love story of a young Korean boy living in Japan. The film portrays the day to day challenges faced by foreigners living in Japan. For his performance in this role, Kubozuka took home two awards during the Japan Oscar Awards.
He now starts a singing career as the reggae singer Manji Line (卍 LINE).
Kubozuka graduated from Kanagawa Prefectural Yokosuka High School. He married in May 2003 and had one son. In 2004, he survived after falling 26 metres from his 9th floor apartment. On July 12, 2012, Kubozuka announced through his official website that he had divorced his wife a month ago. Kubozuka has official custody of his son.