Uzaki Ryudo (1946)

Uzaki Ryudo (1946)

Other Name: 宇崎竜童 うざき りゅうどう 宇崎龍童 宇崎龙童 우자키 류도 Ryudo Uzaki Рюдо Удзаки ريودو وزاكى

Age: 78

Birthday: February, 23, 1946

Nationality: Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan

Height: 178 CM

Zodiac sign: Pisces

Uzaki Ryudo is a Japanese musician, composer, and actor from Kyoto, Japan.

His group, the Down Town Boogie-Woogie Band, was one of the most prominent 1970s Japanese rock music bands. He also composed many of Momoe Yamaguchi's songs with Aki Yoko, whom he's married to.

Uzaki began his popular music career in 1973 when he set up the rock & roll band, the Downtown Boogie-Woogie Band (which had their first album of the same name), one of Japan's most popular rock bands at the time. Uzaki later moved on to a popular solo career, and then did movie & TV soundtracks, including Jackie Chan's Shi Di Chu Ma (1980), and anime films such as La Spada dei Kamui (1985).

Active Years: 1973 - now

Blood Type: O

Education: Meiji University

Spouse: Yoko Aki

Occupation: Actor; Singer; Composer; Musician; Singer-songwriter;

(Source: Wikipedia, IMDb)

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