Yuji Okumoto Wiki, Age, Bio, Height, Wife, Net Worth

By | June 13, 2021

Yuji Okumoto is an American actor and filmmaker. He is popular for his role as a villain in Cobra Kai, Chozen Toguchi, Pearl Harbor, Aloha Summer, Contact, and The Truman Show. To know more information about this film-maker and actor you can scroll through this webpage.


Yuji Okumoto Wiki/Bio

Yuji Okumoto Childhood Picture

His Childhood Pic

On April 20, 1959, Yuji was born in Los Angeles, California, United States. In 2021, his age is 62 years old. His nationality is American and his zodiac sign is Taurus. Okumoto becomes popular for his appearance in Cobra Kai, The Karate Kid Part 2, Aloha Summer, The Truman Show, and many more.

Birth NameYuji Okumoto
Date of BirthOn April 20, 1959
Birth PlaceLos Angeles, California, United States
Age in 202162


Physical Appearance

Yuji Okumoto

This 62 years old actor’s height is 6 feet and his weight is 74 Kg. He has black hair and a black eye. At the age of 62, he is physically fit.

Height (approx)6 feet 1 inches
Weight (approx)74 Kg
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack
Skin ToneWhite
Body TypeFit



Yuji completed his schooling at Hollywood High school. Okumoto learn acting and completed his graduation from Cal State Fullerton.


Family/ Parents

He is a third-generation of Japanese American. Yuji’s parent’s name is not known.


Yuji Okumoto Career

His Young age Photo

His Young age Photo

Okumoto started his career in the theater and got his first film during his theater. In 1985, Yuji started his acting career by appearing in the American science fiction comedy film Real Genius as Fenton.

Better off Dead as Yee Sook Ree in 1985.

The Check is in the Mail as Bellboy and The Karate Kid Part 2 as Chozen Toguchi in 1986.

Aloha Summer as Kenzo Konishi in 1988.

True Believer as Shu Kai Kim in 1989.

Nemesis as Yoshiro Han in 1992.

In 1993, Yuji Okumoto appeared in films like Silent Cries as Mickey, Robot Wars as Chou-Sing, and American Yakuza as Kazuo.

Bloodfist V: Human Target as Tommy, Blue Tiger as Lieutenant Sakagami, and Red Sun Rising as Yuji in 1994.

Inception as Saito’s Attendant in 2010.

Beta Test as The Surgeon in 2015.

Driven as Judge Takasugi and Ultra-Low as Yuji in 2018.

The Paper Tigers as Wing in 2020. It is an independent film.

Yuji also works in many Tv Series. Below we mention the lists

Television Series

Cobra Kai as Chozen Toguchi in 2021.

New Girl as Mr. Yukimura in 2018.

Bones as Bruce Takeda in 2009.

Katana as Kenji in 2009.

Heros and Villains as Naomasa Li and Mask of the Ninja as Nakano in 2008.

A Kitty Bobo Show as Graffiti, V.I.P as Morton Shou, and The District in 2001.

In 1999 he appeared in Johnny Tsunami as Pete, Just Shoot Me as Kevin Tanaka 1999.

JAG as Jiro Kitamura and The Sentinel as Lo in 1998.

In 1996, Yui work in tv series include Walker, Texas Ranger as Chang, Superman as Security Guard, and Kindred: The Embraced as Lieutenant Kwan.

He also appeared in many other Tv shows include Simon & Simon, T.J. Hooker, Hunter, Midnight Caller, American Playhouse, Knots Landing, Vanishing Son.


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Yuji Okumoto Wife/ Children

In 2001, he married Angela Okumoto and the couple has three daughters. Their daughter’s name is Keilee’s age is 13, Mari’s age is 17, and Emi age is 12.

Yuji Okumoto three daughter

His three daughters


Net Worth

From his acting career, Yuji earns a good amount of money. In his career, he appeared in many films and Tv Shows. His estimated Net Worth is $1 million to $3 million.


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Social Media Platforms

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Trivia/ Facts

Professionally Yuji Okumoto Actor, Director, Producer, and Writer.

He produces Tv series, films and short films include The Paper Tigers, Ultra Low, Black Thread, Beta Test.

Since 2000, Yuji and his family own a Hawaiian food restaurant in the Seattle area.

Yuji is popular for his Villain role in John G. Avildesen’s sequel The Karate Kid Part 2.

During his schooling days, he played baseball and basketball.


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