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Dean Fujioka (Tatsuo Fujioka) was born on 19 August, 1980 in Sukagawa, Fukushima, Japan, is a Japanese actor, singer-songwriter, musician, model and film director. Discover Dean Fujioka's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
|Popular As||Tatsuo Fujioka|
|Age||40 years old|
|Born||19 August 1980|
|Birthplace||Sukagawa, Fukushima, Japan|
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Dean Fujioka Height, Weight & Measurements
At 40 years old, Dean Fujioka height is 5′ 11″ .
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Who Is Dean Fujioka's Wife?
His wife is Vanina Amalia Hidayat (m. 2012)
|Wife||Vanina Amalia Hidayat (m. 2012)|
Dean Fujioka Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Dean Fujioka worth at the age of 40 years old? Dean Fujioka’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from Japan. We have estimated Dean Fujioka's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Actor|
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In February 2020, Fujioka assumed the post of an ambassador of "World Robot Summit 2020". Meanwhile, he plans to hold his live tour from October 2020 to January 2021.
In 2019, Fujioka starred in the TV movie Les Misérables: Owarinaki Tabiji with Arata Iura. In January 2019, he released his second album History In The Making. In February, he made his debut as a DJ at a club event presented by Taku Takahashi, among other stars such as starRo, TJO, and YUC'e. In March, he was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor of the 42nd Japan Academy Prize for his performance in the film Recall. From February to May, he held his first Asia tour, titled "Born To Make History". The tour venues included Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Indonesia. In September, he appeared in the film Hit Me Anyone One More Time directed by Kōki Mitani, and his role of the Executive Secretary to the Prime Minister attracted public attention. Meanwhile, he took part in a festival presented by KREVA. From October onward, he starred in the Japanese TV series Sherlock: Untold Stories. He also sang its theme song "Shelly" and opening song "Searching For The Ghost". In November, in the omnibus film Angel Sign directed by manga artist Tsukasa Hōjō, he co-starred with Nao Matsushita. He also sang its theme song. Meanwhile, by his remarks on a TV variety show, he collaborated with the sweets cafe "taiwan ten cafe" originated in Taiwan. He supervised drinks with tapioca named "Dean Tapioca" and put them on sale for a limited time.
In 2018, Fujioka held his first Japan tour entitled History In The Making 2018 and attracted 20,000 fans, including fans travelling to the concerts from overseas. He starred in the TV series The Count of Monte-Cristo: Great Revenge. His performance in this drama made Fujioka win the Best Leading Actor at the 12th Confidence Award Drama Prize. Furthermore, he released the single "Echo" as its theme song. The song is inspired by the "Wave" genre which attracted the attention in the worldwide club music scene. Its music video, in which he co-starred with Moga Mogami, received the Best Alternative Video at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan. Fujioka also appeared in the film Kids on the Slope and Recall and starred in the film The Man from the Sea, filmed in Jakarta.
In 2017, Fujioka started an irregular appearance as an influencer in a news program, "Saturday Station". His song "Unchained Melody" is used as the ending of it and of Sunday Station. He starred as an unfaithful man in the film Marriage and released his first EP "Permanent Vacation" as its theme song. Fujioka also starred in the TV series May I blackmail you? with Emi Takei, and released the EP "Let it snow!" as its theme song. He appeared in the TV series Moribito II: Guardian of the Spirit and Totto-chan!. Furthermore, he appeared in the live action adaptation of the anime and manga Fullmetal Alchemist. In this film, he played the colonel Roy Mustang, one of the most popular characters in the story.
In 2015, Fujioka starred as a private detective in his first Japanese TV series Detective versus Detectives. He also impressed with his appearance as a Japanese historical figure in the Japanese morning drama series Here Comes Asa!. In 2016, he not only appeared in the TV series Please Love the Useless Me and IQ246: The Cases of a Royal Genius but also starred in the web series Happy Marriage!? and the TV movie The Noisy Street, The Silent Sea, playing a variety of roles with distinctive personalities. Furthermore, Fujioka resumed his career in music and released his first album Cycle in March. He also started a regular segment in a radio program. In the same year, Fujioka released the download single "History Maker" which is used as the opening of the anime Yuri!!! on Ice. Along with global popularity of the anime, his name came to be known to people all over the world. According to the top trending Google Search queries by year in 2016, he was ranked 5th in the world in the category "Musicians".
In 2013, Fujioka appeared in the TV series Just You in Taiwan. Furthermore, he starred in his first self-directed film I am Ichihashi: Journal of a Murderer in Japan. A year later, he appeared as a Chinese historical figure in his first Japanese TV movie Shooting Down – Three Pilots, the dramatization of the lives of three fighter pilots from Japan, China, and the U.S.A. He also appeared as a noble samurai-like Japanese in the TV series The Pinkertons in North America.
Fujioka married Vanina Amalia Hidayat in 2012; they had fraternal twins in 2014. In March 2017, Fujioka posted a picture of a baby on his Instagram and revealed they have had a third child.
In 2011, Fujioka appeared in the feature film Seediq Bale, about the history of Taiwan under Japanese rule, and in the film The Road Less Traveled with Vanness Wu, Jimmy Hung, Eric Tu, and Chris Lung. He also joined Amuse, Inc. in that year. In 2012, Fujioka appeared in the film Black & White Episode I: The Dawn of Assault, which was based on the popular Taiwanese TV series directed by Tsai Yueh-Hsun.
In 2007, Fujioka appeared as a talented pianist in the TV series Corner with Love with Barbie Shu and Show Lo. He also appeared in Summer's Tail, his first film in Taiwan, with Bryant Chang, Enno Cheng, and Hannah Lin. A year later, Fujioka appeared in the TV series Miss No Good with Rainie Yang and Will Pan, produced by Angie Chai. Afterwards, he suspended his career in acting and went to Jakarta, where he met DJ Sumo (Sumantri) and collaborated on his songs.
In 2006, Fujioka started to pursue a career in acting. He moved his base from Hong Kong to Taipei and appeared in his first TV series Goku Dō High School with Bao Weimin, Bao Xiaobo, and Kingone Wang. His very first film August Story, starring Tian Yuan, Dean Fujioka, and Jan Cheung, caught public attention in the film festivals held in Hong Kong, Japan, and Taiwan.
Dean Fujioka started his career as a model in Hong Kong's fashion scene in 2004 for both local and international designer brands. He continued to appear in Hong Kong's leading fashion and lifestyle magazines. Simultaneously with his career in fashion, he also embarked on various advertising campaigns, appearing in TV and print commercials for both local and multinational clients in the Asia pacific region.
Tatsuo Fujioka (藤岡 竜雄 , Fujioka Tatsuo, born August 19, 1980) , better known as Dean Fujioka (ディーン・フジオカ , Dīn Fujioka, stylized as DEAN FUJIOKA) , is a Japanese actor, singer-songwriter, musician, model and film director. He is a talent of Amuse, Inc.