Keizō Kanie

Keizō Kanie (蟹江敬三, Kanie Keizō, October 28, 1944 – March 30, 2014) was a Japanese actor. He won the award for best supporting actor at the 1st Yokohama Film Festival for Angel Guts: Red Classroom and Jūkyūsai no Chizu and at the 12th Yokohama Film Festival for Ware ni utsu yoi ari and Boku to, bokura no natsu.[1][2] He died on March 30, 2014, of stomach cancer at the age of 69.[3]

Keizō Kanie
Born(1944-10-28)October 28, 1944
Edogawa, Tokyo, Japan
DiedMarch 30, 2014(2014-03-30) (aged 69)
Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Other namesKeizou Kanie
OccupationActor
Years active1965–2014

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

  • Āa dōki no sakura (1967) - Second Sublieutenant Fawa
  • Yasashii Nippon jin (1971)
  • Kaoyaku (1971) - Sakamoto
  • Asobi (1971)
  • Arakajime ushinawareta koibitotchiyo (1971)
  • Zatōichi goyō-tabi (1972)
  • Goyōkiba (1972)
  • Saihate no joji (1937) - Jirō
  • Goyōkiba: Kamisori Hanzō jigoku zeme (1973)
  • Goyōkiba: Oni no Hanzō yawahada koban (1974) - Mamushi
  • Akasen tamanoi: Nukeraremasu (1974) - Shiwa
  • Mutsugorō no kekkonki (1974)
  • Okasu! (1976) - Truck Driver
  • Utareru mae-ni ute! (1976) - Sone Genzo
  • Kashin no irezumi: Ureta tsubo (1976) - Tattoo artist Tatsu
  • Andō Noboru no waga tōbō to sex no kiroku (1976) - Kazuya Funabashi
  • Brother and Sister (1976) - Kifuji
  • Yokosuka otoko-gari: shoujo kairaku (1977) - Mickey Tokuda
  • Onna kyōshi (1977) - Satoru Kobayashi
  • Seibo Kannon daibosatsu (1977) - Man
  • The Demon (1978) - Akutsu, Sōkichi's colleague
  • Angel Guts: Red Classroom (1979) - Tetsuro Muraki
  • Motto shinayaka ni, motto shitataka ni (1979)
  • Jūkyūsai no Chizu (1979) - Konno
  • Tenshi o yūwaku (1979)
  • Warui yatsura (1980)
  • Harukanaru sōro (1980) - Noboru Yamaguchi
  • Furueru shita (1980) - Yamagishi
  • Tosa No Ipponzuri (1980) - Katsu
  • Muddy River (1981) - Policeman
  • Yokohama BJ būrusu (1981)
  • Enrai (1981) - Husband of kaede
  • Farewell to the Land (1982) - Daijin
  • Yaju-deka (1982) - Yakuza
  • Fall Guy (1982) - Film Director
  • Tantei monogatari (1983) - Detective Takamine
  • Sukanpin walk (1984) - Ryusuke shiraki
  • Yūgure zoku (1984) - Yasuhiko ōkubo
  • Mattemashita tenkōsei! (1985)
  • Nidaime wa Christian (1985) - Isomura
  • Inujini sesi mono (1986) - Hitsuke
  • Tabiji mura de ichiban no kubitsurinoki (1986)
  • Koisuru Onnatachi (1986) - Teiko's father
  • Sukeban Deka The Movie (1987) - Nishiwaki
  • Sure Death 4: Revenge (1987) - Kyuzo
  • Merodorama (1988)
  • A Chaos of Flowers (1988) - Hogetsu Shimamura
  • Yojo no jidai (1988)
  • Bungakusho satsujin jiken: Oinaru jyoso (1989) - Kazuo Homata
  • Zatoichi (1989)
  • Boku to, bokura no natsu (1990)
  • Rimeinzu: Utsukushiki yuusha-tachi (1990) - Handyman
  • Ready to Shoot (1990) - Gunji
  • Crest of Betrayal (1994) - Ichigaku Shimuzu
  • Kura (1995) - Shin Hirayama
  • Onihei hankachō (1995) - Kumehachi
  • Takkyū onsen (1998)
  • Ichigensan (2000) - Yakuza boss
  • Drug (2001) - Yuji Takashina
  • Nurse no oshigoto: The Movie (2002) - Detective Kumano
  • Mana ni dakarete (2003) - Kai
  • The Boat to Heaven (2003)
  • Maze (2006)
  • Sway (2006) - Osamu Hayakawa
  • Tengoku wa matte kureru (2007)
  • Zenzen daijobu (2008) - Eitaro
  • The Little Maestro (2012) - Arasawa, Genji

TelevisionEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "第1回ヨコハマ映画祭 1979年日本映画個人賞" (in Japanese). Yokohama Film Festival. Retrieved 2010-12-13.
  2. ^ "第12回ヨコハマ映画祭 1990年日本映画個人賞" (in Japanese). Yokohama Film Festival. Archived from the original on 2012-09-28. Retrieved 2010-12-13.
  3. ^ "Actor Keizo Kanie dies from stomach cancer at 69". HispanicBusiness.com. 2012-06-19. Archived from the original on 2014-04-05. Retrieved 2014-04-05.