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Koji Seto Net Worth, Career, Age, Bio, Relationships & More

Koji Seto is a popular Japanese actor and singer. He has done plenty of work in the entertainment industry that has helped him gain all the fame. Some of his most prominent works include the lead roles as Wataru Kurenai in Kamen Rider Kiva. He has done other supporting roles as Satoru Okura in Atashinchi no Danshi, Ariake Yamato in Otomen, and Eiji Kikumaru in Tenimyu.

In the popular drama, Gō: Hime-Tachi no Sengoku he has played Mori Ranmaru. In 2010 he is named one of the most promising actors. His fans voted for him and he received 7th place in a poll organized by Oricon. Apart from that, he has become the lead vocalist of the J-Rock band Tetra-Fang. He is also a member of D-Boys. Here are more details regarding Koji and his life.

Bio and Early Life

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Koji Seto was born on May 18th, 1988 in Japan. He is the oldest child in the family as he has got two younger sisters. Since his childhood, he wanted to become a vet. However, his plan suddenly changed when he completed Junior High School. He watched the series Orange Days and praised the drama too. As he watched the performance by Satoshi Tsumabuki he took inspiration to become an actor. When his parents got to know about it they decided to support him fully. He got admission to a local acting school and started learning acting. Due to his hard work and talent, he started getting offers from top agencies. He is 33 years old currently and has a long way to go.

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Koji started his career by bagging the first role in Rocket Boys. During the same year, he won the audition for Watanabe Entertainments Acting Group D-BOYS. He moved to Tokyo to pursue his career when he was only 17 years old. In 2008 he starred as Wataru Kurenai in Kamen Rider Kiva and Hiro in the adaptation of Koizora. He started getting offers for playing diverse roles. In 2010 he played the mentally disabled teenager Shuhei in the popular drama Rinne no Ame.

This drama gave him a lot of prominences and earned Fuji TV’s 21th Best Young Screenwriter Award. His sports drama Tumbling was another challenging role for him. The NHK’s Taiga Drama Princess Go was a historical series where he played another diverse role.  The sequel of the Ring movie series and Sadako 3 are the two most important roles that he played. The popular director Shiota Akihiko chose him to star in the TV drama Spy Tokku.

Personal Life and relationships

Koji got married to Mizuki Yamamoto and they have been living together for a long time now. In 2020 they decided to part ways that came as a shock for his fans. Apart from his married life, he is linked to other popular actresses. He has maintained a clean image in the industry and doesn’t have any controversies.

Net Worth

The total net worth of Koji happens to be around $1-$5 million. He has achieved all this name and fame through his acting career. Koji is leading a wealthy lifestyle and has got all the luxuries in life. He has inspired all the juniors who are working hard to make a mark in the industry.

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