Masumi Okada was a professional actor, singer, stand-up comedian, and film producer. Also known by his nickname, "Fanfan", he was born in Nice, France, to a Japanese father, Minoru Okada, who was an artist, and a Danish mother, Ingeborg Sevaldsen, who was the sister of Eline Eriksen, the model for the "Mermaid of Copenhagen" and wife of the statue's sculptor, Edvard Eriksen. Masumi Okada was the younger of two sons; his older brother, Taibi "Erick" Okada, was also an actor and presenter—known professionally as E. H. Eric, he was the emcee for the Beatles' 1966 concert in Tokyo.
|Born:||Otto Sevaldsen, September 22, 1935, Nice, France|
|Died:||May 29, 2006, Tokyo, Japan|
|Spouse(s):||Mamako Yoneyama, Midori Fujita, Keiko Yarita|
|IMDb:||Masumi Okada's IMDb|
About Masumi Okada
Japanese actor who starred in Count Dracula in 1979 and appeared in The Vampire Dracula Comes To Kobe and in NHK's Wakai Kisetsu. He also appeared in Getting Any? and IZO.
He was born in France and moved to Japan at the age of four in 1939. He graduated from Saint Joseph International School in 1955 before starting to act.
He was the emcee for the 1966 Beatles concert in Tokyo.
He was born to a Japanese father, Minoru Okada, and a Danish mother, Ingeborg Sevaldsen. He has an older brother, Taibi, who also became an actor.
He was a popular Japanese movie actor like Enomoto Kenichi.
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