July 21, 1961
|Occupation||Tarento, actor, businessperson|
Kenji Haga (羽賀 研二, Haga Kenji) (born Mikio Tōma, 當眞 美喜男, Tōma Mikio, July 21, 1961) is a mixed-race entertainment talent, actor and businessperson from Okinawa, Okinawa. Haga was born in Japan to an American father and a Japanese mother.
On June 30, 2007, Haga was arrested along with four others including former world champion professional boxer Jiro Watanabe, actor Ginji Yoshikawa [jp],and two affiliates of the Yamaguchi-gumi syndicate; one Toshikazu Kawakita and the other unidentified. The group were arrested over allegedly blackmailing a real estate agent in Osaka into forgiving 400 million yen's worth of Haga's debt.
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