Hiroshi Inuzuka, known as Hiroshi and a former member of the iconic 1960s group "Crazy Cats," as well as a renowned actor, passed away on the 27th at the remarkable age of 94. Born in Tokyo, he leaves behind a lasting legacy.
With Hiroshi Inuzuka's passing, all the vibrant members of the Crazy Cats have bid us farewell.
His journey began in 1955 when he co-founded the Cuban Cats alongside Hajime Hana and later transformed the group into the legendary Crazy Cats, welcoming Kei Tani and Tomo Ueki into their fold. Hiroshi gained immense popularity through his roles in comedy films like "Crazy Golden Operation" and became a beloved face on TV variety shows, including "Shabondama Holiday."
In the world of cinema, Hiroshi Inuzuka made his mark by appearing in films directed by the acclaimed Yoji Yamada, such as "Idiots Are Coming in Tanks" and "Otoko wa Tsuraiyo."
In his passing, Hiroshi Inuzuka leaves behind a rich legacy, joining the list of great talents we've said goodbye to this week. It's a poignant reminder of the collective sadness we share.