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Actor and martial artist best known for playing the role of Mike Fukanaga on the series Supah Ninjas. He voiced the character Hiro in the 2014 Disney film Big Hero 6 and began starring as Garfield in DC Universe’s Titans in 2018.
He moved from Japan to the U.S. at age 7 and began studying White Tiger kung fu.
He founded the Toy Box of Hope charity, which holds collection drives for homeless and impoverished children in the Los Angeles area.
His father is Japanese and his mother is American. He lived in Tokyo before coming to the United States in the early 2000s. While his first language was Japanese, he grew up learning both Japanese and English.
He co-starred with Gracie Dzienny on the Nickelodeon series Supah Ninjas.
Body Measurements Table
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|Height||173 cm, 5′8″ (feet & inches)|
|Shoe Size (US)||N/A|
When people come up to me and ask for a photo, ask for an autograph, I’m like ‘Me? Are you sure?’ I don’t consider myself to be a public figure. I just happen to be.
I’ve always loved movies and animation. When I was little, I was always pretending to be some alter ego superhero. For years it was Ultraman, ninjas, Spiderman and other cool super heroes.
I think with animation there’s a certain freedom that you’re given. You don’t have a thought at the back of your mind, that worry that you’ll have to cut and go back to the top of the scene. You’re not working with anyone else from the cast. It’s just you.
I haven’t been in the film world long enough to really understand the gravity of ‘Big Hero’s’ success. I’m just happy that it is translating well internationally and that the story and the characters are loved by audiences around the world, and everything that’s come after that has been secondary to the initial response.
I go up to San Francisco on holidays and spend time with my family there, but whenever I go to Japan, I enjoy every moment. I try to go back there every year or so. It’s a phenomenal place, and I absolutely love it. It’s not my second home; it is my home. Whenever I go back, I feel very connected with Japan.