Masato Furuoya

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Masato Furuoya
Born(1957-05-14)May 14, 1957
DiedMarch 25, 2003(2003-03-25) (aged 45)
OccupationActor
Years active1977 - 2003
Spouse(s)Eri Kanuma (wife)

Masato Furuoya (古尾谷 雅人, Furuoya Masato, May 14, 1957 – March 25, 2003) was a Japanese actor. He won the award for best actor at the 2nd Yokohama Film Festival and at the 5th Hochi Film Award for Disciples of Hippocrates [1] [2] and at the 12th Yokohama Film Festival for Uchū no hōsoku . [3] He committed suicide on March 25, 2003 by hanging himself.

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Filmography

Film

  • Onna kyôshi (1977) - Hideo Egawa
  • Hitozuma shudan boko chishi jiken (1978) - Shozo Utagawa
  • Tenshi no harawata: Nami (1979) - Man who attacked Ryoko
  • Sûpâ gun redei Wani Bunsho (1979) - Makoto Katô , Robber of bank
  • Danchizuma nikuyoku no tousui (1979) - Shûichi Aono
  • Shûdôjo: Kokui no naka no uzuki (1980) - Hirohi Mitamura
  • Disciples of Hippocrates (1980) - Ogino, Aisaku
  • Slow na boogie ni shitekure (1981) - Goro
  • Akuryo-To (1981) - Goro Mitsuki
  • Kaze no uta o kike (1982) - Punk
  • Kugatsu no joudan kurabu bando (1982) - Moro
  • Kyôdan (1982) - Akihiko Numata
  • Ushimitsu no mura (1983) - Tsugio Inumaru
  • Itsuka darekaga korosareru (1964) - Kazuo Takara
  • Bakumatsu seishun graffiti: Ronin Sakamoto Ryoma (1986) - Shujiro Hirai
  • Kyabarê (1986) - Sajima
  • Lost in the Wilderness (1986) - Masao Ogawa
  • Ôidippsu no katana (1986) - Shunsuke Osako
  • Oedipus no yaiba (1986) - Shunsuke Osako
  • Wakarenu riyû (1987) - Matsunaga
  • Gokiburi-tachi no tasogare (1987) - Hans (voice)
  • Wuthering Heights (1988) - Yoshimaru
  • Hana no Furu Gogo (1989)
  • Uchū no hōsoku (1990) - Yoshiaki Masaki
  • Pachinko monogatari (1990)
  • Yamada babaa ni hanataba o (1990) - Yuji Mizuzawa
  • Besutogai (1991)
  • Satsujin ga ippai (1991)
  • Ryakudatsu ai (1991)
  • All Under the Moon (1993) - Konno
  • Shoot (1994) - Teacher Isogai
  • Ie naki ko (1994)
  • Mâkusu no yama (1995) - Higo
  • Endoresu warutsu (1995) - Motoharu Yoshizawa
  • Fuhô-taizai (1996)
  • Kindaichi shonen no jikembo: Shanghai ningyo densetsu (1997)
  • Mamotte agetai! (2000) - Shinji Tachibana
  • Howaitoauto (2000) - Kensuke Fujimaki

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References

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  2. "報知映画賞ヒストリー" (in Japanese). Cinema Hochi. Archived from the original on 2011-10-05. Retrieved 2010-12-12.
  3. "第12回ヨコハマ映画祭 1990年日本映画個人賞" (in Japanese). Yokohama Film Festival. Archived from the original on 2012-09-28. Retrieved 2010-12-12.