武田 真治
Family name (in kanji): 武田
Given name (in kanji): 真治
Date of birth: 1972-12-18
Hometown: Hokkaido, Japan
Blood type: AB
Skills & Abilities:
sax player performing in "THE BIG BAND"
Non-anime roles:
Akira Fudou in "Devilman Volume 3: Devilman Apocalypse" (2000, live-action movie) (Japanese)
Akira Kato (segment: Chess) in "Tales of the Unusual" (2000, live-action movie) (Japanese)
Eiji Morioka in "Koneko no namida" (2008, live-action movie) (Japanese)
Emcee in "Top Runner" (1997, TV-Series, 2 Episodes) (Japanese)
K in "Tokyo Eyes" (1998, live-action movie) (Japanese)
Keisuke in "Wakamono no subete" (1994, TV-Series) (Japanese)
Kirihara Naoya in "Night Head" (live-action TV series) (Japanese)
Masayuki Katakuri in "The Happiness of the Katakuris" (2001, live-action movie) (Japanese)
Onodera in "Memories of Matsuko" (2006, live-action Movie) (Japanese)
Rai in "Hotoke" (2001, live-action movie) (Japanese)
Sai in "LOVE DEATH" (2006 live-action movie) (Japanese)
Shimizu in "Jyajya uma narashi" (1993, TV-Series) (Japanese)
Soji Okita in "Taboo" (1999, live-action movie)
Takeda in "Cherry Girl" (2006 live-action movie) (Japanese)
Toru in "A new Love in Tokyo" (1994, live-action movie) (Japanese)
Yoshizaki in "Pulse" (2001, live-action movie) (Japanese)
Non-anime staff credits:
CM Director for "The Taste of Tea" (2004 live-action movie) (Japanese)
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Cast in:
Amon - Apocalypse of Devilman (OAV) as Akira Fudō/Devilman
Cromartie High: The Movie (live-action movie) as Shin'ichi Mechazawa
Night Head (live-action TV) as Naoya Kirihara
Nighthead Genesis (TV) as Opening Narration
Tamala 2010 (movie) as Michelangelo
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