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Hatsuo Yamaya Net Worth, Bio, Age, Death, Movies & Other Updates

Hatsuo Yamaya is a popular Japanese actor. He has gained a lot of fame and respect in Japan and other parts of the world. His fans love and respect him as he has maintained a controversy-free image in the industry. He has achieved a lot throughout his career and being senior many people idolize him. Hatsuo is known for playing the roles of Esupai (1974), Village of Eight Gravestones (1977), and The Castle of Sand (1974). Here is all you need to know about this legendary actor.

Bio and Death

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Hatsuo Yamaya was born on April 4th, 1934 in Akita Japan. He was 87 years old at the time of his death. If we talk about his childhood he has spent a good time with his parents. During his youth, he wanted to become an actor and started his career with a lot of passion. He completed his education at Kakunodate High School and known to be a bright child. His height was 1.62 meters. There is not much information about his family and siblings. He has not shared such details with the media about his personal life.

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Hatsuo started his career with the talent agency my promotion. He has done a lot of movies and TV shows. His acting skills were perfect and the way his career was shaping up has impressed others. He got nominated for various award functions and has won many of them too. His fan following was growing every year and his films and TV shows gained immense success too. Here is a list of all the work he has done so far.


  • The Limit of Sleeping Beauty (2017)
  • Caesium and the Girl (2015)
  • A Boy Called H
  • Jinjin (2013)
  • The Hovering Blade
  • Maiko haaaan!!! (2007)
  • Dororo (2007)
  • Kowagaru hitobito (1994)
  • Secret (1999)
  • Akagi
  • Looking For (1998)
  • Kids Return (1996)
  • Uneasy Encounters
  • A Japanese Demon (1973)
  • Woods Are Wet
  • Erosu Wa amaki kaori (1973)
  • Lightning Swords of Death
  • Wet Sand in August (1971)
  • At the Risk of My Life (1971)
  • Running in Madness, Dying in Love (1969)
  • The Notorious Concubines

Drama Series

  • The Habitation
  • The Emperor’s Cook
  • Matrimonial Chaos
  • Bitter Sweet Home Kyoto
  • Legal High
  • The summer of the Bureaucrats
  • The Witch Trial
  • Dear Father
  • The Family
  • Affectionate Time (2005)
  • Fire Boys (Fuji TV / 2004)
  • Kokoro Shoshu Hen (NHK / 2003)

TV Movies

  • Ten to Sen
  • Deru Toko Demasho!

Net Worth

The total net worth of Hatsuo happens to be around $1-$5 million. His career graph has been good till the time of his death. He has earned this entire amount due to his active career. At the time of his death in 2019, many celebrities poured in their tributes. The youngsters can look up to him as a source of their inspiration. He will always be remembered for his films and TV shows not only in Japan but in other countries of the world too. He is an inspiration for the upcoming actors too and his roles will be remembered for a long time to come.

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