Seatopia Cast


Robert Dunham

Antonio (Seatopia Undersea Kingdom)


Born on July 6, 1931 (Showa 6) in Maine, USA. He is also known as Dan Yuma. In 1953, after graduating from university, he served in the Korean War. After that, he was assigned to Yokohama and has lived in Japan for 20 years. After leaving the military, he ran a trading company and appeared in many Japanese films. In particular, his role as Mark Jackson in “Dogora” (63) left a lasting impression. He returned to the United States in 1975 and worked as a freelance writer for magazines. He died in 2001.

Otsuki Wolf

The man in gray clothes (undersea kingdom)


Born on August 27, 1934 (Showa 9) in Berlin, Germany. Half Russian-Swedish and half Japanese. In 1956, he began his career as an actor as a fifth-year student at the Haiyuza Training School. Afterwards, he worked at the Ito Michio Institute and then joined the Haikai Association in 1963. His first film role was a bit role in “The Human Condition” in 1959. Since then, he has appeared in numerous films and television shows. He has also appeared frequently in special effects works, including the role of a monster in “Warrior of Love Rainbowman” and the role of a hustler professor in “Daitetsujin 17.” He was also excellent as Nostradamus in 1994’s “Nostradamus.”

Tomitako Taro

The Man in Black (Undersea Kingdom)


Born on January 20, 1925 (Taisho 14) in Kumamoto Prefecture. Aspiring to be a playwright, he moved to Tokyo in 1950, worked as a high school teacher, then entered the Shinkyo Theater Institute and turned to acting. In 1951, he joined the Mingei Theater Company. His film debut was “Vacuum Zone” in 1952. Since then, he has been active in many movies and television programs in addition to his stage activities. At Toho Special Effects, he has appeared in films such as “Terror of MechaGodzilla,” “Horror of the Wolf,” and “Combined Fleet.” He is also famous for his role as a doctor in the Tsuburaya Pro Ultra series. He died in 2004.

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