Koji Furuhata (古畑 弘二 is a former Furuhata Kōji)Japanese actor who was affiliated with Shiki Theatre Company. He made his film debut in the Japanese portion of the multinational film Love at Twenty, directed by Shintaro Ishihara. However, while still only a trainee, Furuhata planned to retire from acting as he had become almost completely deaf due to illness and had trouble delivering his lines;[a] Toho offered Furuhata the role of Frankenstein in their tokusatsu film Frankenstein vs. Baragon, becoming his final and most widely recognized role. His current whereabouts are unknown.
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