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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rentaro Mikuni (三國 連太郎, Mikuni Rentarō, born January 20, 1923) is a Japanese actor from Gunma Prefecture. He has appeared in over 150 films since making his screen debut in 1951, and has won three Japanese Academy Awards for Best Actor, and a further seven nominations. He also won two Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Actor, in 1960 and in 1989. Kōichi Satō is his son. Description above from the Wikipedia article Rentaro Mikuni, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
January 20, 1923, Gunma, Japan
April 14, 2013
1954 Samurai I: Musashi MiyamotoMatahachi 1956 The Burmese HarpCaptain Inouye 1962 HarakiriKageyu Saito 1964 Miyamoto Musashi: The Duel at Ichijo Temple 1965 KwaidanHusband (segment "Kurokami") 1965 A Fugitive from the PastTakichi Inukai aka Kyôichirô Tarumi 1967 Zatoichi the OutlawAsagoro 1968 Profound Desires of the GodsNekichi Futori, the chained son 1972 Zatoichi at LargeBoss Tetsugoro 1972 The RendezvousDetective 1976 The InugamisSahei Inugami 1979 Vengeance Is MineShizuo Enokizu 1981 Sailor Suit and Machine GunHajime Sandaiji 1989 RikyuRikyu 1999 The Old Man and the Sea(voice)Limited to the 15 most popular items