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Hiro Mizushima

Actor, Model, Writer
Hiro Mizushima (bornTomohiro Saitō on 13 April 1984) is a Japanese actor, producer, writer, and creative director. He appeared in a number of Japanese TV dramas, including Mei-chan no Shitsuji, Hanazakari no Kimitachi e and Zettai Kareshi. Also, he was well known as the main protagonist in the tokusatsu series Kamen Rider Kabuto. Mizushima serves as the co-producer, co-screenwriter and leading actor for the latest film “Black Butler” which is the live-action film adaptation of the popular manga. His birth name "Tomohiro Saito" is being credited as co-producer in the film. His first novel, Kagerou was chosen as the winner of the 5th Poplar Publishing Grand Prize for Fiction and was published in 2010. Career Mizushima first appeared on Japanese television in 2005, where he played Hiro Misawa, a minor character in the second season of Gokusen. In the same year, he found guest starring roles in Japanese dramas such as Ame to Yume no Ato ni and a small role in the TBS drama Brother Beat. In 2006, Mizushima became a main character in the series Kamen Rider Kabuto and acted in the lead role in the film Kamen Rider Kabuto: God Speed Love. Beginning in 2007, Mizushima began taking on bigger roles in more high-profile productions, such as the supporting role of the girl-crazy Minami Nanba in Hanazakari no Kimitachi e and the main role of Soshi Asamoto in Zettai Kareshi in 2008. Both dramas were among the most popular dramas of Japan at the time of their airing. Mizushima also provided the voice of Bruce Banner in the Japanese dub of The Incredible Hulk. Mizushima took the role of Jiro Mori in the 2008 TV drama Room of King. In 2009, he starred in the drama Mei-chan no Shitsuji as Rihito Shibata, a perfect butler. In the same year, He landed a role of Toranosuke Hayashida in the drama Mr. Brain which he played a detective's assistant. Later that year, Mizushima starred alongside Shun Oguri in the drama Tokyo Dogs, played a detective, who is a hot-blooded fighting expert due to his earlier days as a delinquent. He also starred in the feature film Drop in the same year landed a role as Tatsuya Iguchi, a middle student in a delinquent gang. Personal life Mizushima is bilingual, being fluent in English and Japanese. He has spent his whole elementary school years (1990 to 1996) in Zurich, Switzerland. He was bullied and discriminated as a child at International School in Switzerland. When he came back to Japan, he attended the junior high school and the high school of Toin Gakuen, and belonged to the soccer club of the school. When he was in the twelfth grade, he worked as a regular midfielder in The 81st All Japan High School Soccer Tournament. Mizushima graduated from Keio University and has a degree in Environmental Information. He married Japanese pop singer Ayaka on 22 February 2009.

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April 13, 1984 (age 40)
Actor, Model, Writer


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