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谷垣健治
Tanigaki Kenji  ♂
Aliases:  Kenji Tanigaki
Born: October 13th, 1970





 
Filmography (1993-2016)
 
  Action Director (7 films)
    Ballistic Kiss (1998)    
    Glass Tears (2001)    
    Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen (2010)    
    Wu Xia (2011)    
    Special ID (2013)    
    The Vanished Murderer (2015)    
    Finding Mr. Right 2 (2016)    
  Assistant Action Director (13 films)
    Once Upon a Time in Triad Society (1996)    
    Once Upon a Time in Triad Society 2 (1996)    
    The Peeping Tom (1997)    
    Moonlight Express (1999)    
    Tokyo Raiders (2000)    
    Goodbye Mr. Cool (2001)    
    The Twins Effect (2003)    
    Silver Hawk (2004)    
    SPL (2005)    
    Shinjuku Incident (2009)    
    Bodyguards and Assassins (2009)    
    The Lost Bladesman (2011)    
    The Monkey King (2014)    
  Actor (21 films)
    Ghost Lantern (1993) ... [Extra]
    Fist of Legend (1994) ... Ryuichi's student
    Once Upon a Time in China V (1994)    
    Modern Romance (1994) ... [Extra]
    Always Be the Winners (1994) ... Photographer
    Legendary Couple (1995) ... Wing's fellow
    The Wild Couple (1996)    
    Once Upon a Time in Triad Society (1996) ... Japanese thug
    Those Were the Days (1996) ... Thug
    Legend of the Wolf (1997) ... Forest fighter
    Ballistic Kiss (1998) ... [Extra]
    Shanghai Affairs (1998) ... Axe Gang member
    Gen-X Cops (1999) ... Terrorist
    Time and Tide (2000) ... Little Rat
    Goodbye Mr. Cool (2001) ... Lok
    So Close (2002) ... Hitman
    SPL (2005) ... Wong Po's bodyguard # 1
    Fatal Contact (2006) ... Fighter
    Flash Point (2007) ... Kenji
    Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen (2010) ... Japanese fighter [extra]
    Wu Xia (2011) ... Xiao Ge Zi
 
 
Biography
 
  Born in Nara Prefecture (Japan) in 1970. In the late 80s he is admitted in a japanese stunt team, where he worked in TV series and finally officially debuted in movies with "Heat Waves" (1990). After "Hissatsu! V" (1991) he moves to Hong Kong, working as stuntman, assistant action director and finally as action director from the late 90s.