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Sato Koichi

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Sato Koichi Profile and Bio:

Sato Koichi is an actor from Japan. He was born on December 10, 1960 in Tokyo, Japan. His romaji name is Sato Koichi.

Full Name: Sato Koichi
Profession: Actor
Age: 61
Date of Birth: 10-Dec-60
Birth Place: Tokyo, Japan
Country: Japan
Star Sign: Sagittarius
Height: 5 ft 12 in
Weight: Not known

Birthday:

Sato Koichi was born in 1960, on Saturday the 10th of December.

Age:

He is currently 61 years old.

Birthplace and Residence:

Sato’s place of birth is Tokyo, Japan and he currently lives in Japan.

Height, Weight, and Blood type:

Sato Koichi’s actual height is 5 feet 12 inches and his blood group is A.

Height in Meter: 1.82
Height in Feet and inches: 5′ 12″
Weight in Kg: N/A
Weight in Pound (lbs): N/A
Blood Type: A

Zodiac Sign:

Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
Zodiac Element: Assertive
Zodiac Energy: Fire
Opposite Zodiac Sign: Gemini
Zodiac Sign Gemstone: Topaz
Birth Flower: Waratah
Chinese Zodiac: Rat

Sato Koichi’s Ideal Type:

Sato Koichi’s ideal type of personality is quick-witted, resourceful, versatile, kind.

Education:

Education: N/A
University: N/A
High school / School: N/A

Family and Relationship:

Father is Actor Mikuni Rentaro, Son is Actor Kanichiro.

Father’s Name: Mikuni Rentaro
Mother’s Name: N/A
Spouse Name: N/A
Relationship Status: Married

Net Worth and Salary:

From various websites and interviews, we can get an idea about the income and net worth of Sato Koichi. As of 2022, Sato Koichi’s estimated net worth is 1 Million to 3 Million dollars. He has been able to acquire this net income and property due to being in the actor profession.

Net worth in 2022 $1 Million – $3 Million (approx.)
Salary in 2022 Not Available
Source of Wealth: actor
Estimated Wealth Verification Status: Unverified

Trivia and Facts:


Sato Koichi’s star sign is Sagittarius and his birth flower is Waratah.
His talent agency name is Theater Do Posch.
As per his birth year 1960, he belongs to the Baby Boomer generation.

Movies:


HERO (2015)
Kamui Gaiden (2009)
Amalfi: Megami No 50-Byou (2009)
Kansen Retto (2009)
Daremo Mamotte Kurenai (2008)
The Magic Hour (2008)
Tennen Kokekko (2007)
Ai no Rukeichi (2007)
Smile Seiya no Kiseki (2007)
Sukiyaki Western Django (2007)
Youki na Gang ga Chikyu wo Mawasu (2006)
Starfish Hotel (2006)
The Uchoten Hotel (2006)
Kurai Tokoro de Machiawase (2006)
Umineco (2005)
Yuki ni Negau Koto What the Snow Brings (2005)
Bokoku no Aegis (2005)
Kansen Infection (2004)
Makai Tensho Samurai Resurrection (2003)
Mibu Gishi Den When the Last Sword Is Drawn (2003)
ROCKERS (2003)
Utsutsu (2002)
KT (2002)
Inugami (2001)
Shin Jingi Naki Tatakai Another Battle (2000)
Whiteout (2000)
Kao (2000)

TV Series:


No TV series acting information was found.

TV Shows:


Taiyo wa Ugokanai (WOWOW, 2020)
Cold Case 2 (WOWOW, 2018, ep4)
Happy Retirement (TV Asahi, 2015)
Orient Kyuukou Satsujin Jiken (Fuji TV, 2015)
Kagi no Kakatta Heya SP (Fuji TV, 2014)
Kaibutsu (NTV, 2013)
Onna Nobunaga (Fuji TV, 2013)
Kagi no Kakatta Heya (Fuji TV, 2012)
Blackboard (TBS, 2012)
Shuchakueki ~Twilight Express no Koi~ (TBS, 2012)
Unfair the Special ~Double Meaning Niju Teigi~ (Fuji TV, 2011)
Hi wa Mata Noboru (TV Asahi, 2011)
Saigo no Bansan (TV Asahi, 2011)
Pandora 2 Kiga Retto (WOWOW, 2010)
Wagaya no Rekishi (Fuji TV, 2010)
Kanryotachi no Natsu (TBS, 2009)
Keikan no Chi (TV Asahi, 2009)
Daremo Mamorenai (Fuji TV, 2009)
Honto to Uso to Tequila (TV Tokyo, 2008)
Kaze no Hate (NHK, 2007)
Tengoku to Jigoku (TBS, 2007)
Suppli (Fuji TV, 2006)
Kemonomichi (TV Asahi, 2006)
Climber’s High (NHK, 2005)
Pride (Fuji TV, 2004)
Shinsengumi (NHK, 2004)
Kougen e Irasshai (TBS, 2003)
Tengoku e no Kaidan (NTV, 2002)
Chuushingura 1/47 (Fuji TV, 2001)
Aru Hi, Arashi no you ni (NHK, 2001)
Tenki-yoho no Koibito (Fuji TV, 2000)
Dokushin Seikatsu (TBS, 1999)
Africa no Yoru (Fuji TV, 1999)
Tabloid (Fuji TV, 1998)
Tsubasa wo Kudasai! (Fuji TV, 1996)
Koibito yo (Fuji TV, 1995)
Koi mo ni Dome Nara (NTV, 1995)
Yokohama Shinju (NTV, 1994)
Homura Tatsu (NHK, 1994)
Subarashiki Kana Jinsei (Fuji TV, 1993)
Kou Kou Kyoushi (TBS, 1993)
Homura Tatsu (NHK, 1993)
Shinai naru mono e (Fuji TV, 1992)
Tobu ga Gotoku (NHK, 1990)
Ao ga Chiru (TBS, 1983)

Awards:


16th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Annual): Best Supporting Actor for Kagi no Kakatta Heya
73rd Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor for Kagi no Kakatta Heya
16th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Apr-Jun 2012): Best Supporting Actor for Kagi no Kakatta Heya
1st Tokyo Drama Awards: Best Actor – Kaze no Hate, Tengoku to Jigoku, Honto to Uso to Tequila

Is Sato Koichi Still Alive?

He is still alive.

Social Profile:


Wikipedia Profile


Source: Wiki and Interviews (CC BY 3.0)

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