Ryûdô Uzaki

Ryûdô Uzaki

composer, actor, music department

Ryûdô Uzaki was born on Feb 23, 1946 in Japan. Ryûdô Uzaki's big-screen debut came with Double Suicide of Sonezaki directed by Yasuzô Masumura in 1978, strarring Tokubei. Ryûdô Uzaki is known for The Tale of The Princess Kaguya directed by Isao Takahata, Aki Asakura stars as Kaguya hime and Kengo Kôra as Sutemaru. Ryûdô Uzaki has got 3 awards and 4 nominations so far. The most recent award Ryûdô Uzaki achieved is Yokohama Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Ryûdô Uzaki plays is I Am Makimoto which will be released on Sep 30, 2022.

Born in 1946, Ryudo Uzaki began his popular music career in 1973, when he set up the rock & roll band, the Downtown Boogie-Woogie Band (which had their first album of the same name), one of Japan's most popular rock bands at the time. Uzaki later moved on to a popular solo career, and then did movie & TV soundtracks, including Jackie Chan's Shi di chu ma (1980), and anime films such as Kamui no ken (1985). Uzaki also did the theme songs (and most other songs) in Toei superhero shows such as _"Kamen Raidaa Burakku" (1987)_, and Jûkô Bî-Faitâ (1995). He also wrote the score for the 1992 video effort, _Shin Kamen Raidaa (1992)_. He is also an actor, making his debut in Sonezaki shinju (1978)(also one of the first movies for which he composed). Aside from roles in movies such as Boku no ojisan (2000), one of his most notable roles is that of General Tachibana, the hero of _Gojira, Mosura, Kingu Gidora: Daikaijû soukougeki (2001)_.

  • Birthday

    Feb 23, 1946
  • Place of Birth

    Kyoto, Japan
  • Also known

    うざき りゅうどう, Shuji Kimura, Ryudo Uzaki, Ryuudou Uzaki, 宇崎竜童, Ryūdō Uzaki

Known For


3 wins & 4 nominations

Yokohama Film Festival
Best Actor
Winner - Festival Prize
Tattoo Ari (1982)
Awards of the Japanese Academy
Best Music Score
Winner - Award of the Japanese Academy
Best Supporting Actor
Winner - Award of the Japanese Academy
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Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows