Japanese actors died because of Brain tumor

Here are 1 famous actors from Japan died in Brain tumor:

Tetsuya Kaji

Tetsuya Kaji (May 12, 1926 Tokyo-August 22, 2005 Fujimi) was a Japanese voice actor and actor.

Kaji started his career in the entertainment industry in the 1950s and appeared in numerous TV dramas and films. He was a prominent voice actor, lending his voice to many characters in popular anime series, including "Doraemon" and "Astro Boy." He was especially known for his skill in playing villains and antagonists in various anime series. In addition to his voice acting work, Kaji also acted in several theater productions. Throughout his career, he received several awards and accolades for his contributions to the entertainment industry. Kaji passed away in 2005 at the age of 79.

Kaji was born in Tokyo in 1926 as the eldest son of a tailor. He grew up in a family with a passion for traditional Japanese puppetry, which sparked his interest in acting. During World War II, Kaji served as a member of the Imperial Japanese Navy and was stationed in Singapore. After the war, he pursued his passion for acting and landed his first role in a radio drama in 1954.

Kaji's breakthrough role as a voice actor came in 1956 when he provided the voice of Dr. Hell in the anime series "Mazinger Z." He went on to voice several other iconic villains in anime, including Dracula in "Yami no Teio Kyuketsuki Dracula" and Captain Hook in "Peter Pan no Boken."

Kaji was also known for his mentorship of younger voice actors and was respected for his professionalism and dedication to the craft. He remained active in the entertainment industry until his passing, leaving behind a legacy as one of Japan's most beloved voice actors and actors.

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