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Born: March 10, 1982 (age 32), Okayama
Biography: Shin Koyamada is an American film actor, producer, philanthropist, entrepreneur and martial artist. Koyamada is well known for co-starring as “Nobutada” opposite Tom Cruise in the Warner Bros. action epic war film The Last Samurai, with a worldwide box office of $456 million as well as... MORE
Biography: Shin Koyamada is an American film actor, producer, philanthropist, entrepreneur and martial artist. Koyamada is well known for co-starring as “Nobutada” opposite Tom Cruise in the Warner Bros. action epic war film The Last Samurai, with a worldwide box office of $456 million as well as starring in the action-adventure movie Disney Channel Original Movie Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior, which had over 5.7 million viewers at its premiere, making it the fifth highest viewed DCOM. Koyamada has starred in the many movies and television, including The Yokai King, Heart of the Dragon, Ai No Shizuku, Good Soil, Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior, Wine Road of the Samurai and The Last Samurai. Koyamada has produced and starred as "Ren Matsuo" in the American comic book The Dreamhoppers. Koyamada founded Shinca Entertainment that has produced numerous entertainment related Hollywood projects. Koyamada is dedicated to volunteer charity works through his non-profit organization Koyamada Foundation since 2008 in the US and Japan. Koyamada serves as the International Ambassadors for the Japanese government of Kyoto and Okayama Prefecture as well as the Special Ambassador for Japan-America Society of Southern California. LESS
Jinbei Masuda, a Japanese Christian of the samurai class, draws his strength from his faith, family, and fencing. However, he is caught up in the shogun's policy of religious persecution and must choose between his loved ones and his God. Ships from Europe brought Christianity to the shores of Japan in 1549. For decades the seeds of faith grew under the watchful gaze of the Shogun. But the fear of foreign influence eventually gave rise to persecution. By 1624, Japanese Christians enjoyed only a few more years of peace. Directed by Craig Shimahara
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