Japanese actors died because of Liver failure

Here are 3 famous actors from Japan died in Liver failure:

Toshiya Fujita

Toshiya Fujita (January 16, 1932 Pyongyang-August 29, 1997 Shinjuku) also known as Fujita Toshiya, Shigeya Fujita, Shigaya Fujita or Shigeo Fujita was a Japanese screenwriter, film director, actor and pornographic film actor.

Fujita began his career in the film industry as a screenwriter, and eventually moved on to become a director. He is best known for his contributions to the yakuza film genre, directing notable films such as "Massacre Gun" and "Street Mobster". These films were known for their depictions of violence and gritty realism, and helped popularize the genre.

In addition to his work as a director and screenwriter, Fujita also occasionally acted in films, including some of his own productions. He even dabbled in pornography, appearing in a handful of adult films under various pseudonyms.

Despite his controversial filmography, Fujita was highly regarded by many in the film industry for his creativity and boldness as a filmmaker. His influence can still be seen in the work of modern directors who continue to push the boundaries of Japanese cinema.

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Toshiro Mayuzumi

Toshiro Mayuzumi (February 20, 1929 Yokohama-April 10, 1997 Kawasaki) also known as Toshirô Mayuzumi or Mayuzumi Toshiro was a Japanese film score composer, composer and actor. He had one child, Rintaro Mayuzumi.

Mayuzumi studied composition at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music before starting his career as a composer for films in the 1950s. He is best known for his scores for films such as Akira Kurosawa's "Throne of Blood" and "The Bad Sleep Well", as well as for the music he wrote for the opening ceremony of the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Mayuzumi's style incorporated a wide range of influences, including jazz, traditional Japanese music, and serialism. In addition to film music, he also composed orchestral and chamber works, including several pieces for shakuhachi (a traditional Japanese flute). Mayuzumi was also a member of the Japanese parliament for several years, representing the Japan Socialist Party.

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Hiroshi Tsuburaya

Hiroshi Tsuburaya (March 8, 1964 Setagaya-July 24, 2001 Sagamihara) also known as 円谷 浩 or 円谷 寛 was a Japanese actor.

He was the grandson of special effects pioneer Eiji Tsuburaya and the son of special effects director Hajime Tsuburaya. Hiroshi Tsuburaya followed in his family's footsteps and started his career as a special effects director at Tsuburaya Productions in 1987. He worked on various popular productions such as "Ultraman 80" and "Ultraman: Towards the Future". In 1994, he made his acting debut in the TV drama "The Detective Loves to Eat". Tsuburaya gained popularity as an actor and appeared in various movies and TV dramas including "Love and Pop", "Returner", "Dr. Koto's Clinic", and "Ikebukuro West Gate Park". He was also a talented guitarist and formed a band called "The Emeralds". Tsuburaya tragically died at the young age of 37 due to a heart attack.

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