Japanese movie stars born in 1994

Here are 5 famous actors from Japan were born in 1994:

Yuma Nakayama

Yuma Nakayama (January 13, 1994 Osaka Prefecture-) also known as Nakayama Yuma is a Japanese actor, singer and musician.

He began his career as a child actor, appearing in various films and television dramas. Nakayama made his music debut in 2009 as a member of the boy band NYC with fellow Johnny's Jr. members. He has since released solo music and acted in numerous popular dramas and movies, earning him a large following in Japan and throughout Asia. Nakayama is also known for his charitable work, and in 2018 he was appointed as a UNHCR goodwill ambassador to raise awareness for refugee issues.

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Ryo Yoshizawa

Ryo Yoshizawa (February 1, 1994 Tokyo-) is a Japanese actor.

He is best known for his roles in Japanese drama series and films. Yoshizawa began his career as a model before transitioning into acting. He made his acting debut in 2013 in the drama series "GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka." Since then, he has appeared in numerous TV dramas, including "Love That Makes You Cry," "Good Morning Call," and "The Time of Backlights."

In 2016, Yoshizawa gained international recognition for his role in the live-action adaptation of the popular manga series "Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You." He also starred in the critically acclaimed film "River's Edge" in 2018.

Yoshizawa is known for his versatile acting skills and has won several awards for his performances, including the Best Supporting Actor award at the 41st Japan Academy Prize for his role in "River's Edge." In addition to acting, he is also active in music and has released several singles and albums as a solo artist.

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Taiga Kyomoto

Taiga Kyomoto (December 3, 1994 Tokyo-) also known as Kyomoto Taiga is a Japanese actor.

He started his career as a child actor and gained popularity for his roles in various TV dramas, including "ROOKIES," "Hanazakari no Kimitachi e" and "Gokusen." He also had roles in movies such as "Rookies: Graduation," "Koizora" and "Tantei wa Bar ni Iru." In addition to acting, Kyomoto is also a singer and a member of the Japanese idol group, Johnny's WEST, which debuted in 2014. He has also appeared in multiple stage productions, showcasing his theatre skills.

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Kento Nakajima

Kento Nakajima (March 13, 1994 Tokyo-) also known as なかじま けんと is a Japanese singer, actor and musician.

He is a member of the popular boy band Sexy Zone, which was formed in 2011. Kento began his career as a child actor and appeared in several TV dramas and movies before joining Sexy Zone. As a musician, he plays guitar and writes his own songs. Kento has released several solo singles and has also composed music for other artists. In addition to his work in music and acting, he is a regular guest on various TV programs and has received numerous awards for his work in the entertainment industry. Despite his busy schedule, Kento is known for his down-to-earth personality and his dedication to his fans.

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Kento Yamazaki

Kento Yamazaki (September 7, 1994 Itabashi-) also known as Kent Yamazaki or Kento Yamazaki is a Japanese actor.

He began his acting career in 2010 and gained popularity after starring in the live-action film adaptation of the manga series "Orange" in 2015. He has since appeared in numerous films and television dramas, including "Death Note: Light Up the New World" and "The Disastrous Life of Saiki K." Yamazaki was recognized for his acting skills and won several awards, such as the Best Actor Award at the 34th Japan Academy Prize and the Best Supporting Actor at the 38th Japan Academy Prize. He is considered one of the most successful and sought-after actors of his generation in Japan.

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