Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 Film 2.2 Theater 2.3 Television 2.4 Video games 3 Personal life 4 Death 5 Filmography 5.1 Film 5.2 Television 5.3 Video games 6 References 7 External links

Early life[edit] Mako was born Makoto Iwamatsu[1] in Kobe, Japan, the son of noted children's book authors and illustrators Atsushi Iwamatsu and Tomoe Sasako. Shortly before the outbreak of World War II, his parents, who were political dissidents, moved to the United States, leaving Mako in the care of his grandmother. After the war, his parents were able to arrange for him to join them, in 1949. He enlisted in the military in the 1950s and became a naturalized American citizen in 1956.[1] When Mako first joined his parents in the United States, he studied architecture. During his military service, he discovered his theatrical talent, and trained at the Pasadena Community Playhouse.[2]

Career[edit] Film[edit] Mako's first film role was in the film Never So Few (1959). He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as engine-room coolie Po-Han in the film The Sand Pebbles (1966).[2] Other roles include the Chinese contract laborer Mun Ki in the epic movie The Hawaiians (1970) starring Charlton Heston and Tina Chen; Oomiak, the Eskimo guide, in Disney's "Island at the Top of the World" (1974); Yuen Chung in the film The Killer Elite (1975) directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring James Caan, Robert Duvall, and the famous martial artist Takayuki Kubota; the sorcerer Nakano in Highlander III: The Sorcerer; Jackie Chan's uncle/sifu in Chan's first American movie The Big Brawl; the wizard Akiro opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in the two Conan movies Conan the Barbarian and Conan the Destroyer; the confidant to Chuck Norris' rogue cop in the thriller An Eye for an Eye (1982); the Japanese spy in the comedy Under the Rainbow; Yoshida-san in Rising Sun; Mr. Lee in Sidekicks; Kanemitsu in RoboCop 3 (1993); Kungo Tsarong in Seven Years in Tibet; and Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto in the epic drama Pearl Harbor (2001). He also had a role in Bulletproof Monk. In 2005, Mako had a cameo role in Memoirs of a Geisha. Mako's last leading role was in the film Cages (2005), written and directed by Graham Streeter. He also appeared in some Japanese television dramas and films, such as Masahiro Shinoda's Owls' Castle and Takashi Miike's The Bird People in China. In 1990, he had a minor role in the psychological thriller Pacific Heights along with Matthew Modine, Melanie Griffith and Michael Keaton. Mako has a motion picture star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7095 Hollywood Blvd. He was among the actors, producers and directors interviewed in the 2006 documentary The Slanted Screen, directed by Jeff Adachi, about the representation of Asian and Asian American men in Hollywood. Theater[edit] In 1965, frustrated by the limited roles available to himself and other Asian American actors, Mako and six others formed the East West Players theatre company, first performing out of a church basement. The company is one of the earliest Asian-American theatre organizations, and not only provided a venue for Asian American actors to train and perform, but also nurtured many Asian American playwrights. During the company's 1981 season, to coincide with the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians' hearings on redress, Mako exclusively showed plays about the Japanese American incarceration.[3] He remained artistic director of the company until 1989. Mako's Broadway career included creating the roles of the Reciter, the shōgun, and the Chicago-based inventor of the rickshaw, in the original 1976 production of Stephen Sondheim's Broadway musical Pacific Overtures,[4] for which he was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical. Mako's landlord at the time, Jerry Orbach, was also nominated for his role in Chicago; both lost, however, to George Rose from the revival of My Fair Lady. Mako recalled being woken up at 4:30 the morning after the Tony ceremony by Orbach, who was shouting from the floor below: "Hey, Mako! What the f--- happened? I can't believe it; we lost to a f------ revival!".[5] He also starred in the limited run of the play Shimada in 1992. Television[edit] He appeared on the television series McHale's Navy several times, playing Imperial Japanese officers, soldiers and sailors. He later appeared on the television series M*A*S*H, playing multiple roles such as a Chinese doctor, North Korean soldier, a South Korean Major medical doctor and a South Korean Lieutenant. In 1974, he appeared on Ironside episode "Terror on Grant Avenue". He appeared as a Japanese chef in the Columbo episode "Murder Under Glass" (1978). He was the blind philosopher Li Sung in two episodes of the television series The Incredible Hulk. He also appeared on an episode of Magnum, P.I. called "The Arrow That Is Not Aimed" (1983). Mako also appeared in an episode of the television series F Troop. He appeared as Lo Sing, fighting Bruce Lee's Kato character in The Green Hornet episode "The Preying Mantis". He played the character Lin Duk Coo in an episode of The A-Team. He guest-starred in an episode of season one of Frasier as well as in an episode of Tour of Duty as a Vietnamese scout. He also was a guest star in the Monk episode "Mr. Monk vs. The Cobra". He guest-starred in the Walker, Texas Ranger episode "Black Dragons" (2000), and appeared on the television series Charmed in 2003, creating magic for Chris (played by Drew Fuller). His last "made-for-TV" movie appears to be Rise: Blood Hunter (2007). He was the voice actor of Aku, the main antagonist in the animated series Samurai Jack (of which the actor was also given a posthumous credit as the villain's voice-over narration of the original intro [Seasons 1-4] in the final episode ["Episode CI"]), both Achoo (a parody of Aku) and the annoying alarm clock known as Happy Cat in Duck Dodgers, the introductory voice for the ending theme of Dexter's Laboratory and Iroh in Avatar: The Last Airbender. He died in the middle of the second season, and would later have an episode dedicated to him in season two ("The Tales of Ba Sing Se"). He had a guest appearance in the Nickelodeon movie Rugrats in Paris: The Movie as the boss of Coco. He guest-starred in The West Wing episode "A Good Day" as an economics professor and former rival of President Bartlet. Video games[edit] Mako made his video game debut with the role of the goblin Grubjub in Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader (2003). In the same year, he also voiced General Han Yu Kim in True Crime: Streets of LA, Masataka Shima in Medal of Honor: Rising Sun, and various voices in Secret Weapons Over Normandy. In 2004, Mako voiced the narrator in the game Wrath Unleashed, and Aku in Samurai Jack: The Shadow of Aku.

Personal life[edit] Mako was married to actress Shizuko Hoshi, with whom he had two daughters (Mimosa and Sala—both of whom are actresses) and he has three grandchildren.

Death[edit] Mako died in Somis, California, on July 21, 2006, at age 72, from esophageal cancer.[6] One day before his death, Mako had been confirmed to star in the film TMNT as the voice of Splinter.[7] Kevin Munroe, director of the film, confirmed that Mako had completed his recording.[8][9] The finished film was dedicated to Mako. During the Avatar: The Last Airbender episode "The Tales of Ba Sing Se", the segment titled "The Tale of Iroh" features a dedication to Mako, the voice actor for Iroh for seasons one and two. In the sequel series The Legend of Korra, a lead male character was named after him (voiced by David Faustino).[10] After Mako's death, some of his roles, particularly Aku from Samurai Jack and Iroh in Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra, were taken over by American voice actor Greg Baldwin.

Filmography[edit] Film[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1959 Never So Few Soldier in the hospital Uncredited 1965 McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force Japanese Submarine Captain Uncredited 1966 The Ugly Dachshund Kenji The Sand Pebbles Po-han Nominated - Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated - Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor 1968 The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell Calvin Coolidge Ishimura 1969 The Great Bank Robbery Secret Agent Fong 1970 The Hawaiians Mun Ki Fools Psychiatrist 1971 Silence Kichijiro 1972 Yokahama Mama Rooster (voice) Short film 1974 The Island at the Top of the World Oomiak 1975 Prisoners Sgt. Nguyen The Killer Elite Yuen Chung 1980 Hito Hata: Raise the Banner Oda The Big Brawl Herbert 1981 Under the Rainbow Nakomuri An Eye for an Eye James Chan The Bushido Blade Enjiro 1982 Conan the Barbarian Akiro the Wizard 1983 Testament Mike 1984 Conan the Destroyer Akiro the Wizard 1986 Behind Enemy Lines Capt. Vinh Armed Response Akira Tanaka 1988 Silent Assassins Oyama Tucker: The Man and His Dream Jimmy The Wash Nobu Matsumoto 1989 An Unremarkable Life Max Chin 1990 Pu guang ren wu Trang Taking Care of Business Mr. Sakamoto Pacific Heights Toshio Watanabe 1991 The Perfect Weapon Kim Sutoroberi rodo Frank Machida 1992 Sidekicks Mr. Lee My Samurai Mr. Tszing 1993 RoboCop 3 Kanemitsu Rising Sun Yoshida-san 1994 Red Sun Rising Buntoro Iga A Dangerous Place Sensei Highlander III: The Sorcerer Nakano Cultivating Charlie Katsu 1995 Midnight Man Buun Som Crying Freeman Shudo Shimazaki 1996 Balance of Power Todo Matsumoto Sworn to Justice Mr. Young 1997 Seven Years in Tibet Kungo Tsarong 1998 The Bird People in China Shen 1999 Alegría Adult Momo Kyohansha Police Owls' Castle Toyotomi Hideyoshi 2000 Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Mr. Yamaguchi (voice) Talk to Taka Mr. Hiro Short film 2001 Pearl Harbor Adm. Isoroku Yamamoto 2002 Cruel Game Straw Hat 2003 Bulletproof Monk Mr. Kojima Bus Story Father Christmas Short film 2005 Cages Tan Memoirs of a Geisha Sakamoto 2007 TMNT Master Splinter (voice) Posthumous release Rise: Blood Hunter Poe Posthumous release Television[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1962 The Lloyd Bridges Show Takahashi Episode: "Yankee Stay Here" 1962–1963 Ensign O'Toole Various roles 3 episodes 1962–1965 McHale's Navy Various roles 9 episodes 1963 The Gallant Men Frank Fakuda Episode: "One Puka Puka" 77 Sunset Strip Iko Nakayama Episode: "Stranger from the Sea" 1964 Arrest and Trial Kyoto Episode: "Signals of an Ancient Flame" 1964–1965 Broadside Japanese Commander / Captain Osato 2 episodes Burke's Law Pete / Happy Tuava 2 episodes 1965 I Dream of Jeannie Kato Episode: "Jeannie and the Marriage Caper" Gidget Casey Episode: "The War Between Men, Women and Gidget" The Wackiest Ship in the Army T. Vushikori / Captain Kulijame 2 episodes 1965–1966 I Spy Jimmy / Baby Face 3 episodes 1966 The Green Hornet Low Sing Episode: "The Praying Mantis" 1966, 1968 The F.B.I. Angry Youth / Yoshimura 2 episodes 1967 The Time Tunnel Lt. Nakamura Episode: "Kill Two by Two" F Troop Samurai Warrior Episode: "From Karate with Love" Vacation Playhouse Simba Episode: "Alfred of the Amazon" 1968 The Big Valley Wong Lo Episode: "Rimfire" 1970 The Challenge Yuro Television film 1971 If Tomorrow Comes Tadashi Television film 1972 The Streets of San Francisco Kenji Episode: "Pilot" Room 222 Mr. Shigematsu Episode: "Just Call Me Mr. Shigematsu" Anna and the King Sanum Episode: "The King and the Egg" 1973 Kung Fu Wong Ti Lu Episode: "The Tide" Love, American Style Jack Episode: "Love and the Fortunate Cookie" 1974–1980 M*A*S*H Various roles 4 episodes 1974 Ironside Phil Episode: "Terror on Grant Avenue" Mannix Tami Okada Episode: "Enter Tami Okada" Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders Tao Gan Television film 1976 Hawaii Five-O Kazuo Tahashi Episode: "Legacy of Terror" Farewell to Manzanar Fukimoto Television film Visions Masu Murakami Episode: "Gold Watch" 1977, 1982 Quincy, M.E. Mr. Yamaguchi / John Moroshima Episode: "Touch of Death" 1978 Columbo Kanji Ousu Episode: "Murder Under Glass" 1978–1979 The Incredible Hulk Li Sung 2 episodes 1979 Supertrain Kirby Episode: "Pirouette" Wonder Woman Mr. Brown Episode: "Going, Going, Gone" Salvage 1 Toshiro Episode: "Shangri-la Lil" When Hell Was in Session Major Bai Television film A Man Called Sloane Tanaka Episode: "Samurai" 1981 Fantasy Island Kwong Soo Luke Episode: "The Heroine; The Warrior" 1982 Voyagers! Slave Auctioneer Episode: "The Travels Of Marco...And Friends" Bring 'Em Back Alive Tanako Episode: "The Pied Piper" The Facts of Life Mr. Wakamatsu Episode: "The Americanization of Miko" Romance Theatre Shibata 5 episodes 1983 The Gallant Men Frank Fakuda Episode: "One Puka Puka" Girls of the White Orchid Mori Television film The Last Ninja Mantaro Sakura Pilot The A-Team Lin Duk Coo Episode: "Recipe for Heavy Bread" Magnum, P.I. Tozan Episode: "The Arrow That Is Not Aimed" Greatest American Hero Master of Flowers Episode: "Thirty Seconds Over Little Tokyo" Faerie Tale Theatre Gardener / Minister Episode: "The Nightingale" 1984 Hawaiian Heat Maj. Taro Oshira 11 episodes 1986 Kung Fu: The Movie The Manchu Television film 1987 Ohara Toshi Episode: "Toshi" Spenser: For Hire Tommy Nguyen Episode: "My Brother's Keeper" Tour of Duty Tran Episode: "Sitting Ducks" 1988 The Equalizer Jimmy Thanarat Episode: "Riding the Elephant" 1990 Murder in Paradise Captain Kilalo Television film Paradise Kao Episode: "Dangerous Cargo" The Paradise Club Mr. Yamamoto Episode: "The Rotherhithe Project" Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes Sgt. Moritaki Television film 1991 Lovejoy Toshiro Tanaka 2 episodes 1992 Nightingale Narrator (voice) Television film 1993 Shaky Ground Nakamura Episode: "Stayin' Alive" 1994 Frasier Sam Tanaka Episode: "Author, Author" 1994, 1996 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues Li Sung 2 episodes 1995 Platypus Man Mr. Loo Episode: "Dying to Live" 1996–2003 Dexter's Laboratory Narrator (voice) 13 episodes 1997, 2000 Walker, Texas Ranger Dr. Henry Lee / Edward Song 2 episodes 1997 Riot Mr. Lee Television film; segment: "Gold Mountain" 1999 Martial Law Master Reng 2 episodes 7th Heaven Henry Muranaka Episode: "Dirty Laundry" 2000 The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne Kajimori Episode: "The Inquisitor" 2001 Diagnosis Murder Lee Moy Episode: "The Red's Shoes" 2001–2004 Samurai Jack Aku (voice) 23 episodes 2003 Lost at Home Mr. Li Episode: "Good Will Hunting" Black Sash Master Li 6 episodes What's New, Scooby-Doo? The Ancient One (voice) Episode: "Big Appetite in Little Tokyo" Charmed Sorcerer Episode: "Love's a Witch" 2003–2005 Duck Dodgers Happy Cat / Achoo / Additional voices 4 episodes 2004 The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy Narrator (voice) Episode: "Test of Time/A Kick in the Asgard" 2005 Monk Master Zi Episode: "Mr. Monk vs. the Cobra" The West Wing Dr. Yosh Takahashi Episode: "A Good Day" Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! Master Offay (voice) Episode: "Monster Battle Club Now!" Sokoku Leo Television film 2005–2006 Avatar: The Last Airbender Uncle Iroh / Additional voices 30 episodes Video games[edit] Year Title Voice role 2003 Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader Grumdjum True Crime: Streets of LA General Kim Medal of Honor: Rising Sun Masataka Shima Secret Weapons Over Normandy Imperial Japanese Voices #1 2004 Samurai Jack: The Shadow of Aku Aku Wrath Unleashed Narrator

References[edit] ^ a b "Mako, 72; Actor Opened Door for Asian Americans". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2012-05-26.  ^ a b Pulvers, Roger (September 18, 2011), "Mako: the Japanese-American actor who fought racist stereotypes", The Japan Times  ^ Niiya, Brian. "Mako". Densho Encyclopedia. Retrieved October 29, 2014.  ^ Kerr, Walter. " 'Pacific Overtures' Is Neither East Nor West." The New York Times, January 18, 1976. ^ "Three actors recall their roles in the original Broadway production".  ^ "Mako, 72, Actor Who Extended Asian-American Roles, Dies". The New York Times. July 25, 2006. Retrieved May 24, 2017.  ^ "TMNT Bits and Posters! - SuperHeroHype". July 20, 2006. Retrieved May 24, 2017.  ^ staff. "Quint interviews the CGI TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES movie director, Kevin Munroe!!!". Retrieved May 24, 2017.  ^ On the Set Archived February 6, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. of TMNT! ^ "The Legend of Korra". IMDB. Amazon. Retrieved 23 July 2017. 

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