Japanese actors died because of Leukemia

Here are 1 famous actors from Japan died in Leukemia:

Jun Hamamura

Jun Hamamura (February 7, 1906 Umi-June 21, 1995 Setagaya) also known as Hamamura Jun, 浜村 純 or 武内 武 was a Japanese actor.

He began his acting career in the mid-1920s and became known for his versatile acting skills and charming personality. He starred in numerous films throughout his career, including "The Masseurs and a Woman" (1938), "Army" (1944), and "The Family Game" (1983).

In addition to his film work, Hamamura was also involved in theater productions and television dramas. He received critical acclaim for his performances in stage productions of "The Cherry Orchard" and "Uncle Vanya."

Outside of acting, Hamamura was also a prolific writer and poet. He published several collections of poetry and essays throughout his life. He was considered a leading figure in the Japanese literary world and was awarded the Order of Culture by the Japanese government in 1980.

Hamamura passed away in 1995 at the age of 89, leaving behind a legacy as one of Japan's most beloved actors and writers.

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