Keiji Fujiwara Biography

Keiji Fujiwara

Quick Facts Of Keiji Fujiwara

Celebrated Name Keiji Fujiwara
Age 56 Years
Nick Name Keiji
Birth Name Keiji Fujiwara
Birth Date 1964-10-05
Gender Male
Profession Actor
Place Of Birth Tokyo, Kantō, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Famous For Actor, Voice Actor
Death Date 2020-04-12
Cause Of Death Cancer
Horoscope Libra
Net Worth $1 Million
Height 5 feet 9 inches
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Brown
Salary Under Review
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Education Bungakuza Acting School
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Ethnicity South-Asian
Place Of Death Japan
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Keiji Fujiwara is a Japanese voice actor, actor, narrator, and sound director from Tokyo, who is affiliated with Air Agency. His best-known projects include Crayon Shin-chan, Eureka Seven, Fullmetal Alchemist, Zoids: Chaotic Century, and Final Fantasy VII Advent Children. Also, He founded his talent management and production company, Air Agency, in November 2006. Let's know more about him through this article.

What is Keiji Fujiwara famous for?

  • A Japanese actor and voice actor.

Where was Keiji Fujiwara born?

Recalling his early life, Keiji was born in Tokyo, Kantō, Japan to his parents in the year 1964. However, his parent's and siblings' details are yet to be disclosed. Similarly, he is of Japanese nationality and belongs to South-Asian ethnicity. Her birth sign is Libra.

For education, he joined the Bungakuza Acting School. He spent the 1980s performing in several theater troupes while working odd jobs.

When did Keiji Fujiwara begin his acting career?

  • Moving towards his career, Keiji was introduced to his first voice acting agency, Ken Production. The first TV anime in which he appeared as a regular was Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi, but his breakout role was Hiroshi Nohara in Crayon Shin-chan.
  • In November 2006, he left Ken Production and founded his agency, Air Agency. Aside from talent management, the company went on to release original drama and situation CDs through its child company Air Label, as well as produce live events.
  • In 2010, he made his sound directorial debut in Kakkokawaii Sengen!
  • In August 2016, Air Agency announced that he was going on hiatus to treat an as of yet unspecified illness. He officially resumed work in June 2017. 
  • Further, he was a regular lecturer at the Japan Newart College since 2008. He worked in the Air Agency until his death.

Who was Keiji Fujiwara married to?

Reflecting on her personal life, Keiji keeps like to secret his private life from the media. Thus, there is no information available on the details of his affair yet. Even he was married or not, it was mysterious. If you know more about him, you can share it with us by using the comment below.

How did Keiji Fujiwara die?

Keiji Fujiwara passed away from cancer on Sunday, April 12th, 2020 through his company Air Agency on Thursday, April 16th, 2020. His family organized a private wake and a funeral for his death.

What is Keiji Fujiwara net worth?

Being a voice actor by profession, Keiji earns a decent amount of money and fame through his profession in the field of the entertainment industry. based on some online reports, his estimated net worth said to be $1 million until his death. However, his salary and assets details are yet to be disclosed.

How tall was Keiji Fujiwara?

Before his death, Keiji stands a height of 5 feet 9 inches and his weight is yet to be disclosed. Similarly, she has a pair of brown eyes and black hair color. Further, his other body information is yet to be disclosed. In the case of disclosed, we will let you know.

Did You Know?

  • Around 18, he joined the Bungakuza acting school. He spent the 1980s performing in several theater troupes while working odd jobs.
  • Even though he was born in Tokyo, he actually spent the majority of his childhood in Iwate Prefecture.
  • In high school, he handled vocals in a band he formed with his friend Kotaro Furuichi, future guitarist of rock band The Collectors.