Kimura Takuya net worth

Kimura Takuya‘s source of wealth comes from being a tv actor. How much money is Kimura Takuya worth at the age of 48 and what’s his real net worth now?

As of 2021, Kimura Takuya’s net worth is $100,000 - $1M.

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Kimura Takuya (born November 13, 1972) is famous for being tv actor. He currently resides in Tokyo, Japan. Japanese actor and singer known for being part of the Japanese group, SMAP and won a 1999 Housou Bunka Kikin Award for his role in the television series Beautiful Life.

Source of Money
TV Actor
Real Name
Kimura Takuya
Place of Birth
Tokyo, Japan
Date of Birth
November 13, 1972 (age 48)
Height
5' 9"
Ethnicity
Unknown
Nationality
Japanese
Religion
Unknown

Kimura Takuya is a Scorpio and was born in The Year of the Rat

Life

Kimura Takuya was born in Tokyo, Japan on Monday, November 13, 1972 (Generation X). He is 48 years old and is a Scorpio. He was the voice of Howl in the 2005 animation, Howl’s Moving Castle.

He became a part of Johnny’s Juniors in 1987 and eventually became part of the popular dancing group, Skate Boys. The education details are not available at this time. Please check back soon for updates. Kimura Takuya is a member of Richest Celebrities and TV Actors.

Kimura is turning 49 years old in

Another television Japanese actor is Kamiji Yusuke. Kimura is a Scorpio. Scorpio is one of the most misunderstood signs of the zodiac because of its incredible passion and power. This sign is often mistaken for a fire sign. Scorpios are extremely clairvoyant and intuitive. They never show their cards, and their enigmatic nature is what makes them so seductive and beguiling. Scorpio is ruled by Pluto, the planet that governs both destruction and transformation.

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