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Seki Sano
Japanese actor

Seki Sano

Seki Sano
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Intro Japanese actor
Was Musician Dancer Actor Impresario Choreographer
From Japan
Field Dancing Film, TV, Stage & Radio Music
Gender male
Birth 14 January 1905, Mexico City, Mexico
Death 28 September 1966, Mexico City, Mexico (aged 61 years)
The details (from wikipedia)


Seki Sano (Japanese: 佐野 硕) (born January 14, 1905, Tientsin - died September 29, 1966, Mexico City) was a Japanese actor, stage director and choreographer. He contributed to the development of the theatre in Japan and later in Mexico, where he was known as the "father of Mexican theatre". He influenced numerous directors and actors both in Mexico and in Latin America. He was also a Marxist activist, known for being the Japanese translator of the socialist anthem The Internationale.

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