Ryo Ishibashi

Ryo Ishibashi


Ryo Ishibashi was born on Jul 20, 1956 in Japan. Ryo Ishibashi's big-screen debut came with A Sign Days directed by Yôichi Sai in 1989, strarring Sachio. Ryo Ishibashi is known for Smoking directed by Hajime Gonno, Ryûhei Matsuda stars as Masayuki Sakakibara and Ryo Ishibashi as Uncle Sabe. The most recent award Ryo Ishibashi achieved is Hochi Film Awards. The upcoming new movie Ryo Ishibashi plays is Jisatsu sâkuru which will be released on May 20, 2021.

Ishibashi Ryo (Ryo Ishibashi) was born on July 20, 1956, in Fukuoka City, Kyushu, Japan. Being a multi-talented star, and an international celebrity, Ryo Ishibashi has starred in many TV programs, and movies both within his native Japan, and abroad. He began his celebrity career when he started his own rock band the ARB (Alexiander's Ragtime Band) in 1977, which made their recording debut on October 29, 1978. He released over a dozen records with the band until their breakup in 1990. Ryo Ishibashi started his acting career in 1986 when he became acquainted with the late actor Yûsaku Matsuda (who was also internationally known for his co-starring role with Michael Douglas in the movie Black Rain (1989)). He made his movie debut in Matsuda's movie "Ahomance" in which ARB's 13th single "After 45" was used as its theme song. Ryo Ishibashi has been concentrating on his acting career since his split with ARB in 1990, and has appeared in several movies outside his native country Japan, and became an internationally recognized celebrity.

  • Birthday

    Jul 20, 1956
  • Place of Birth

    Kurume, Fukuoka, Japan
  • Also known

    Ryô Ishibashi, 石橋凌, Hideki Ishibashi, Ryou Ishabashi, Ryo Ishabashi

Known For


6 wins & 0 nominations

Hochi Film Awards
Best Supporting Actor
Winner - Hochi Film Award
Yokohama Film Festival
Best Supporting Actor
Winner - Festival Prize
Best Actor
Winner - Festival Prize
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Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows