Takeshi Kaneshiro (金城 武 - Jīnchéng Wǔ) is the most attractive Asian actor as far as I'm concerned. He's both a Japanese and a Chinese. Speaks fluent Japanese and Chinese too! Not only is he attractive, he exudes a sexual appeal none others could command. He's also a very professional and good actor. His father is Okinawan while his mother is Taiwanese.
Mixed race children are normally much more attractive than their parents and Takeshi is a great representation of that. He's a citizen of Japan and was brought up in Taiwan. Not only is he bilingual, he also attended school in Taipei American School which enabled him to speak and be fluent in English as well. He acted in both Japanese & Hong Kong movies. Some of his more famous acts are God, Please Give Me More Time (1998) (Japanese: 神様、もう少しだけ), Hero - The Legend (1997), Tempting Heart (1999), Turn Left, Turn Right (2003), House of Flying Daggers (2004), The Warlords (2007) & The Battle of Red Cliff (2008).
Ok, what can I say more about Takeshi? Well, I'm no longer at an age where I go gaga over an idol or actor. Still, I think not only is he highly attractive, he's also very intelligent and fluent in many languages. I have high regards for people who can speak multi languages as I feel it makes the person more worldly and an international citizen. I don't know about you, but Takeshi Kaneshiro is certainly THE Asian Star for me! :-)
Oh, by the way, this guy can sing too! For those of you in the northern hemisphere, you might have seen him modeling for Armani Underwear, Sony Vaio Personal Computer, Honda, Toyota, Shiseido, etc...
One of Asia's most sought-after actor, Takeshi Kaneshiro is half Japanese & half Taiwanese. He began acting at 15 and his film debut came in Tony Ching & Johnnie To's "Executioners" in 1993. Takeshi has since acted in 27 films which include the Golden Horse Award & Hong Kong Film Award winner "Chungking Express" and "Fallen Angels".
Takeshi Kaneshiro’s extensive filmography is testament to his versatile acting skills. While he is best known for his high-profile work with Hong Kong directors, he is an even bigger star in his native Taiwan and Japan. Profile