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Shô Kosugi

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sho Kosugi (born Shōichi Kosugi; June 17, 1947) is a Japanese martial artist with training in shindō jinen-ryū karate who gained popularity as an actor during the 1980s, usually playing a ninja. He is the father of Kane Kosugi and Shane Kosugi. After taking a hiatus from film, he started a taiko group in California. In Japan, he also runs an internationally oriented group of martial arts acting schools known as the Sho Kosugi Institute. It is common for Kosugi to have his sons co-star in movies when the plot includes family relations. Films in which Kosugi's sons perform alongside their father include Black Eagle, Revenge of the Ninja, and Kabuto (aka Shogun Warrior). Description above from the Wikipedia article Sho Kosugi, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ​


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Born:
Jun 17, 1948 In Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Movie/TV Credits:
19
First Appeared:
In the movie The Master Ninja 5
Latest Project:
Movie Ninja Assassin 2009-09-29
Known For
Poster of 9 Deaths of the Ninja
Poster of Revenge of the Ninja
Poster of Bruce Lee Fights Back from the Grave
Filmography
Movie The Master Ninja 5 2019
Movie Ninja Assassin Ozunu 2009-09-29
Series Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero 1995-04-08
Movie Drug Connection 1993-05-15
Movie Journey of Honor Daigoro Mayeda 1991-04-27
Movie The Best of Martial Arts Films Himself 1990-01-01
Movie Blind Fury The Assassin 1989-08-17
Movie Aloha Summer Yukinaga Konishi 1988-02-26
Movie Black Eagle Ken Tani 1988-05-01
Movie Rage of Honor Shiro Tanka 1987-02-01
Movie 9 Deaths of the Ninja Spike Shinobi 1985-04-15
Movie Pray For Death Akira Saito 1985-01-11
Movie Ninja III: The Domination Yamada 1984-09-14
Series The Master Okasa 1984-01-20
Movie Revenge of the Ninja Cho Osaki 1983-09-07
Movie Enter the Ninja Hasegawa 1981-07-17
Movie The Bad News Bears Go to Japan Kata Demonstrator 1978-06-30
Movie Bruce Lee Fights Back from the Grave Suzuki 1976-06-12
Movie The Godfather: Part II Passerby in Coat with Cap Pulled Down (uncredited) 1974-12-20