Tomohisa Yuge

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Tomohisa Yuge
弓削智久
Born (1980-05-25) May 25, 1980 (age 40)
Occupation actor
Years active2000-present
Notable credit(s)
Kamen Rider Ryuki
as Goro Yura
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon
as Fake Tuxedo Kamen
Height1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)

Tomohisa Yuge (弓削智久, Yuge Tomohisa, born 25 May 1980) is a Japanese actor who has had roles in numerous TV Asahi Tokusatsu shows, including Kamen Rider Kabuto , as well as a number of films.

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