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Togo Yamamoto Net Worth

Togo Yamamoto Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

Togo Yamamoto Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Togo Yamamoto (????, Yamamoto T?g?, 4 November 1886 – ?) was a pioneering actor who appeared on stage and film in the United States and Japan.Born in Yokohama, Japan on 4 November 1886, Togo emigrated to the United States and began an acting career in the early years of the twentieth century.Yamamoto told Blanche Partington in a 1906 interview that he had been "in the dramatic business" in Japan, playing "tragedy, comedy, both" before coming to the United States. His first appearance on the American stage was in The White Tigress of Japan (1904), a play about the Russo-Japanese War. "I was Japanese spy--I killed half a dozen Russians every night!" he told Partington. Theatrical manager Kirke La Shelle spotted him in the production and hired him to play the part of a Japanese servant in The Heir to the Hoorah (1905).Yamamoto subsequently appeared in a number of stage plays, including The Offenders (1908), An American Widow (1909), The Inferior Sex (1910), The Muezzin (1910), Kismet (1911), Miss Phoenix (1913), and others.In 1918, Yamamoto made his first appearances on the silver screen in The Midnight Patrol (1918) and The City of Dim Faces (1918). In both films he played Chinese characters, as he did in many of his later American films. He appeared in more than a dozen American films, most notably Cecil B. DeMille's Something to Think About, in which he played a Japanese servant, and Flesh and Blood, a 1922 film starring Lon Chaney, in which he played a Chinese character, The Prince.In 1925, Yamamoto returned to his native Japan and appeared with Tokihiko Okada in a film entitled Maboroshi no hansen. After a four year hiatus, he returned to the Japanese screen in two 1929 films and no fewer than eleven 1930 films, including Sono yo no tsuma and Ojosan, both directed by Yasujir? Ozu. He worked steadily through the 1930s, appearing in more than forty films, working with directors like Ozu and Hiroshi Shimizu, usually in supporting roles. In the 1940s, however, he appeared in only a handful of films. Among his last were Nishi manrui (Two outs, bases loaded, 1946) and Yottsu no koi no monogatari (Four tales of passion, 1947).
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthNovember 4, 1886
Place Of BirthYokohama, Japan
ProfessionActor
Star SignScorpio

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Lure of Jade1921Sara's servant
Where Lights Are Low1921Chang Bong Lo
A Tale of Two Worlds1921One Eye
Pagan Love1920Yu-Ch'ing
Something to Think About1920Servant
The River's End1920Shan Tung
The Willow Tree1920Itomudo
The Midnight Patrol1918Sing Bok
The City of Dim Faces1918Foo Sing
Shirozukin arawaru1949
Yottsu no koi no monogatari1947
Kettô Banjakuzaka1943Gonroku
Kurama Tengu1942Tainen Wan
Ajia no musume1938
Tôchika musume gyôjôki1938
Hana naki haru no uta1937
Hanayome sekkeizu1936Kenzô Mochida
Jack kenka-chô1935
Aizô tôge1934
Chûshingura - Ninjô-hen; Fukushû-hen1934
Kokoro no taiyô - Zen-kô-hen1934Ryôsaku - Father
Ureshii musume1934Kasuke
Geisha sandaiki meijihen1934
Tsukigata hanpeita1933
Bangaku no issho1933
Mirai-ka: Zengo-hen1933
Kuma no deru kaikonchi1932Fujisawa, a land owner
Ginga1931
Ojôsan1930President of acting school
Umi no kôshinkyoku1930
Sono yo no tsuma1930Detective Kagawa
Kânôjo wa dôkoê iku1930
Head Winds1925Woo Lang
Mâboroshî no hânsen1925
Maboroshî no hôsen1925
The Shock1923Messenger at Restaurant (uncredited)
Flesh and Blood1922The Prince
A Self-Made Man1922Kato
Reported Missing1922J. Young

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mâboroshî no hânsen1925
Maboroshî no hôsen1925

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