Kazuaki Kiriya Net Worth

Kazuaki Kiriya was born on April 20, 1968 in  Asagiri, Japan, Japan, is Camera Department, Director, Producer. Kazuaki Kiriya was born on April 20, 1968 in Asagiri, Japan as Kazuhiro Iwashita. He is known for his work on Casshern (2004), Goemon (2009) and Last Knights (2015). He was previously married to Hikaru Utada.
Kazuaki Kiriya is a member of Camera Department

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Camera Department, Director, Producer
Birth Day April 20, 1968
Birth Place  Asagiri, Japan, Japan
Age 52 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Taurus
Occupation Film director, music video director, photographer
Spouse(s) Hikaru Utada (m. 2002; div. 2007)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1983

In 1983, in his second year of junior high school, he moved to the United States. He attended Cambridge High School and Northfield Mount Hermon School in Massachusetts and then the School of Constructed Environments at Parsons The New School for Design. At first, as a student, he aimed to enter the Business world, but through the experience of seeing others' pleasure when he communicated through drawing at times when his English failed him, he came to be more oriented toward the world of art. Beginning in 1994, he became involved in designing album covers, photography, and directing music videos for many recording artists including Hikaru Utada, SMAP, The Back Horn, Mr. Children, Misia, Southern All Stars, GLAY, and Ayumi Hamasaki.

2002

Kiriya is a vegetarian. He was wed to Japanese pop Artist Hikaru Utada from September 6, 2002, until they divorced on March 2, 2007.

2004

Kiriya made his feature film debut in 2004, writing and directing the ambitious live action film adaptation of Casshern. The film was among the first to be shot on a digital backlot. In 2009, he wrote and directed his second film, Goemon (a fantasy epic based on the life of Ishikawa Goemon), in which he also appeared in a cameo as Akechi Mitsuhide. In 2015, Kiriya directed his first English-language film, Last Knights, a reimagining of the legend of the forty-seven ronin.