Show Aikawa

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Show Aikawa
哀川 翔
Born
Iehiro Fukuchi (福地 家宏, Fukuchi Iehiro)

(1961-05-24) May 24, 1961 (age 59)
Tokushima, Japan
OccupationActor
Years active1984–present
Spouse(s)
Kumi Aochi
(m. 1995)
ChildrenMomoko Fukuchi

Show Aikawa (哀川 翔, Aikawa Shō, born Iehiro Fukuchi (福地 家宏, Fukuchi Iehiro) on May 24, 1961) is a Japanese actor.

Career[edit]

Show Aikawa was born in Tokushima and raised in Kagoshima. Aikawa has appeared in a number of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's films, including Eyes of the Spider,[1] Serpent's Path,[2] License to Live,[3] Seance,[4] and Pulse.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

  • Orugoru (1989)
  • The Pale Hand (1990)
  • Gokudo no Onna Tachi: Saigo no Tatakai (1990)
  • Shishio Tachi no Natsu (1991)
  • The Passage to Japan (1991)
  • Torarete Tamaruka! (1992)
  • Shishio Tachi no Saigo (1993)
  • Torarete Tamaruka! 2 (1993)
  • A New Love in Tokyo (1994)
  • Bo no Kanashimi (1994)
  • Torarete Tamaruka! 3 (1994)
  • Kitanai Yatsu (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Heist (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Escape (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Loot (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Reversal (1995)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Nouveau Riche (1996)
  • Suit Yourself or Shoot Yourself: The Hero (1996)
  • Otokotachi no Kaita E (1996)
  • The Revenge: A Visit from Fate (1996)
  • The Revenge: A Scar That Never Fades (1996)
  • Peking Man (1997)
  • Rainy Dog (1997)
  • The Eel (1997)
  • The Fire Within (1997)
  • Serpent's Path (1997)
  • Eyes of the Spider (1997)
  • Blood (1998)
  • License to Live (1998)
  • Shiawase ni Naro ne (1998)
  • Dead or Alive (1999)
  • Saraba Gokudo: Dead Beat (1999)
  • Ley Lines (1999)
  • Dead or Alive 2: Birds (2000)
  • New Battles Without Honor and Humanity (2000)
  • Seance (2000)
  • Otokogi (2000)
  • Rush! (2001)
  • Pulse (2001)
  • Yomigaeri (2002)
  • Muscle Heat (2002)
  • Shangri-La (2002)
  • True Record of an Ando Gang Side-Story: Starving Wolf's Rules (2002)
  • Dead or Alive: Final (2002)
  • Kisarazu Cat's Eye: Nihon Series (2003)
  • Gozu (2003)
  • Tokyo Wankei: Destiny of Love (2004)
  • Out of This World (2004)
  • Zebraman (2004)
  • Tokyo Zombie (2005)
  • Tobi ga Kururi to (2005)
  • The Suspect: Muroi Shinji (2005)
  • Specter (2005)
  • Makoto (2005)
  • Waru: kanketsu-hen (2006)
  • Taiyo no Kizu (2006)
  • Waru (2006)
  • Dekotora no Shu: Koi no Hana Saku Shimizuko (2006)
  • SS (2008)
  • Kurosagi (2008)
  • Drop (2009)
  • Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City (2010)
  • Me o Tojite Giragira (2011)
  • Helter Skelter (2012)
  • Z Island (2015)
  • Patalliro! (2019)
  • What Happened to Our Nest Egg!? (2020)

Television[edit]

  • Tsubasa (1994)
  • Kisarazu Cat's Eye (2002)
  • Kurosagi (2006)
  • Garo: Makai No Hana (Eiji Busujima) (2014)
  • Sanada Maru (2016), Gotō Matabei

Video games[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Guillen, Michael (19 February 2009). "SFIAAFF 2009: KIYOSHI KUROSAWA—Serpent's Path & Eyes of the Spider". Twitch Film.
  2. ^ Mes, Tom (14 November 2001). "Midnight Eye review: Serpent's Path". Midnight Eye.
  3. ^ Mes, Tom (15 August 2001). "Midnight Eye review: License to Live". Midnight Eye.
  4. ^ Rucka, Nicholas (20 August 2003). "Midnight Eye review: Seance". Midnight Eye.
  5. ^ Mes, Tom (21 June 2001). "Midnight Eye review: Pulse". Midnight Eye.
  6. ^ "龍が如く5 夢、叶えし者|セガ公式サイト - 龍が如く.com". ryu-ga-gotoku.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 10 September 2017.

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