Shinichi Chiba

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Hawaii International Film Festival in 2005

Shinichi Chiba (千葉 真一 Chiba Shinichi?, born 23 January 1939), also known as Sonny Chiba, is a Japanese actor, singer, movie producer and director, and martial artist. He is from Fukuoka, Kyūshū. He is possibly the most famous Japanese movie actor of all time.[1][2][3][4][5]

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  1. "SPORTS CITY" (in Japanese). Kamakura Shobo 1 (2): 32. 1981.
  2. "Honke Bruce Lee wo shinogu Chiba Shinichi [Shinichi Chiba surpasses Bruce Lee as the movie star of martial arts]" (in Japanese). Sports Hōchi. 27 December 1974.
  3. Katabutsu Nakamura (1999) (in Japanese). Kyokushingaiden - Kyokushinkarate Mōhitotsunotatakai [Supplementary biography of Kyokushin - Kyokushinkarate's another battle]. Pípurusha. pp. 172 - 186. ISBN 4893741373.
  4. Tetsurō Takahira (18 May 2011). "JJ Sonny Chiba Majimesa to yasashisaniafure [JJ Sonny Chiba - His seriousness and tenderness]" (in Japanese). ZAKZAK (Yūkan Fuji). http://www.zakzak.co.jp/entertainment/ent-news/news/20110518/enn1105181115001-n1.htm. Retrieved 30 December 2013.
  5. Taichi Kasuga (29 April 2013). "Sekaiteki actionstar Shinichi Chiba ni otoranu Isao Natsuyagi no kinnikubi [Muscular beauty of summer Isao Yagi who is not inferior to Shinichi Chiba who is the global action star]" (in Japanese). Shūkan post (news-postseven) (3,10 May 2013). http://www.news-postseven.com/archives/20130429_184553.html. Retrieved 30 December 2013.

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