Lane Nishikawa

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Lane Nishikawa is known for Forgotten Valor (2001), Village of the Damned (1995) and Only the Brave (2006). See full bio »

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Known For

(2001)
(1995)
Only the Brave Sgt. Jimmy Takata
(2006)
Eat a Bowl of Tea Ben Loy's Friend in Bar
(1989)

Filmography

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 2014 East Side Sushi
Jimmy Nishida
 2006 Only the Brave
Sgt. Jimmy Takata
 2003 Sound of a Voice (Short)
Samurai
 2001 Forgotten Valor
George
 1995 Village of the Damned
Scientist
 1989 Eat a Bowl of Tea
Ben Loy's Friend in Bar
 1987 Living on Tokyo Time
Lane
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 2003 Sound of a Voice (Short) (writer)
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 2006 Only the Brave (producer)
 2001 Forgotten Valor (executive producer)
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 2006 Mighty Warriors of Comedy (TV Movie documentary) (special thanks)
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 2012 MIS Human Secret Weapon (Documentary) (voice)
 2007 Most Honorable Son (TV Special documentary) (voice)
 2005 From a Silk Cocoon (Documentary)
Itaru Ina (voice)

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Other Works:

(1996 Winter) Victor Talmadge and his play, "The Gates of Heaven," was performed in a world premiere production at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California. Jack O'Brien was artistic director. Benny Sato Ambush was director. Craig Noel was company director.

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