Tomorowo Taguchi

Actor, Film director

1957 –


Who is Tomorowo Taguchi?

Tomorowo Taguchi is a Japanese actor.

After leaving Dokkyo University without graduating, he started to earn his living as an illustrator, writer and pornographic cartoonist. He joined a theatre called Hakken no Kai in 1978 and he made a screen debut in Zokubutsu Zukan in 1982. He was also a prominent cult musician in the Tokyo underground scene with his band Bachikaburi in the 1980s and early 1990s.

He is probably most well known to the West as the lead actor in Tetsuo and Tetsuo II directed by Shinya Tsukamoto. He also makes regular appearances in Takashi Miike's films. He became known to the Japanese public as a narrator for the TV documentary series Project X - Challengers which aired between 2000 and 2005 by NHK. Taguchi directed Iden & Tity in 2003 and his second film, Shikisoku Generation, is scheduled for release in 2009.

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Nov 30, 1957
Also known as
  • Tomorou Taguchi
  • Taguchi Tomoroo
  • Tomoroh Taguchi
  • Taguchi Tomorowo
  • Taguchi Tomoo
  • Tomoo Taguchi
  • Tomoro Taguchi
  • Tomoroo Taguchi
  • Japan

on July 23, 2013


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