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In the gaming field, he featured as the protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Onimusha}}'' 1 and 3.

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In the gaming field, he featured as the protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Onimusha}}'' 1 ''VideoGame/OnimushaWarlords'' and 3.''VideoGame/Onimusha3DemonSiege''.


Similarly to that of other HongKong actors, his career has been prolific, with over 30 films since 1995. The more notable ones include ''Film/HouseOfFlyingDaggers'', ''Perhaps Love'', ''Film/K20LegendOfTheMask'', ''Film/TheWarlords'' and ''Film/RedCliff''.

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Similarly to that of other HongKong UsefulNotes/HongKong actors, his career has been prolific, with over 30 films since 1995. The more notable ones include ''Film/HouseOfFlyingDaggers'', ''Perhaps Love'', ''Film/K20LegendOfTheMask'', ''Film/TheWarlords'' and ''Film/RedCliff''.


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Born in Taipei in 1973, he started a career as a pop singer in 1992, which he gave up later on in order to become a full-time actor. His first appearance on film was in ''HeroicTrio 2: Executioners'', but his breakthrough role was in the critically acclaimed ''Film/ChungkingExpress'' by Creator/WongKarWai. He collaborated again with Wong on ''Film/FallenAngels'' in 1995.

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Born in Taipei in 1973, he started a career as a pop singer in 1992, which he gave up later on in order to become a full-time actor. His first appearance on film was in ''HeroicTrio ''Film/HeroicTrio 2: Executioners'', but his breakthrough role was in the critically acclaimed ''Film/ChungkingExpress'' by Creator/WongKarWai. He collaborated again with Wong on ''Film/FallenAngels'' in 1995.


In the gaming field, he featured as the protagonist of ''{{Onimusha}}'' 1 and 3.

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In the gaming field, he featured as the protagonist of ''{{Onimusha}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Onimusha}}'' 1 and 3.


Similarly to that of other HongKong actors, his career has been prolific, with over 30 films since 1995. The more notable ones include ''Film/HouseOfFlyingDaggers'', ''Perhaps Love'', ''Film/TheWarlords'' and ''Film/RedCliff''.

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Similarly to that of other HongKong actors, his career has been prolific, with over 30 films since 1995. The more notable ones include ''Film/HouseOfFlyingDaggers'', ''Perhaps Love'', ''Film/K20LegendOfTheMask'', ''Film/TheWarlords'' and ''Film/RedCliff''.


Born in Taipei in 1973, he started a career as a pop singer in 1992, which he gave up later on in order to become a full-time actor. His first appearance on film was in ''HeroicTrio 2: Executioners'', but his breakthrough role was in the critically acclaimed ''ChungkingExpress'' by WongKarWai. He collaborated again with Wong on ''FallenAngels'' in 1995.

Similarly to that of other HongKong actors, his career has been prolific, with over 30 films since 1995. The more notable ones include ''HouseOfFlyingDaggers'', ''Perhaps Love'', ''The Warlords'' and ''RedCliff''.

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Born in Taipei in 1973, he started a career as a pop singer in 1992, which he gave up later on in order to become a full-time actor. His first appearance on film was in ''HeroicTrio 2: Executioners'', but his breakthrough role was in the critically acclaimed ''ChungkingExpress'' ''Film/ChungkingExpress'' by WongKarWai. Creator/WongKarWai. He collaborated again with Wong on ''FallenAngels'' ''Film/FallenAngels'' in 1995.

Similarly to that of other HongKong actors, his career has been prolific, with over 30 films since 1995. The more notable ones include ''HouseOfFlyingDaggers'', ''Film/HouseOfFlyingDaggers'', ''Perhaps Love'', ''The Warlords'' ''Film/TheWarlords'' and ''RedCliff''.
''Film/RedCliff''.


Takeshi Kaneshiro is an actor of mixed Okinawan-Chinese heritage (his father is from Ryukyu and his mother from Taiwan). He is known to international audiences by his Japanese name, and to Chinese-speaking ones as Jin Chengwu (his name spells the same way in either language: 金城武). He is also multi-lingual, as you might expect, and known for being a very handsome guy.

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Takeshi Kaneshiro (金城武; pronounced ''Jin Chengwu'' in Chinese) is an actor of mixed Okinawan-Chinese heritage (his father is from Ryukyu and his mother from Taiwan). He is known to international audiences by his Japanese name, and to Chinese-speaking ones as Jin Chengwu (his name spells the same way in either language: 金城武). He is also multi-lingual, as you might expect, and known for being a very handsome guy.

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Takeshi Kaneshiro is an actor of mixed Okinawan-Chinese heritage (his father is from Ryukyu and his mother from Taiwan). He is known to international audiences by his Japanese name, and to Chinese-speaking ones as Jin Chengwu (his name spells the same way in either language: 金城武). He is also multi-lingual, as you might expect, and known for being a very handsome guy.

Born in Taipei in 1973, he started a career as a pop singer in 1992, which he gave up later on in order to become a full-time actor. His first appearance on film was in ''HeroicTrio 2: Executioners'', but his breakthrough role was in the critically acclaimed ''ChungkingExpress'' by WongKarWai. He collaborated again with Wong on ''FallenAngels'' in 1995.

Similarly to that of other HongKong actors, his career has been prolific, with over 30 films since 1995. The more notable ones include ''HouseOfFlyingDaggers'', ''Perhaps Love'', ''The Warlords'' and ''RedCliff''.

In the gaming field, he featured as the protagonist of ''{{Onimusha}}'' 1 and 3.

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