Ren Watabe is a Japan-born American-based actor best known for portraying Kentaro in the American television series by Apple TV+ “Monarch: Legacy of Monsters.”
Apart from acting, Ren is also famous for being the son of Japanese actor Atsuro Watabe and actress Mikiya Watabe.
Here in this post, we will be discussing Ren Watabe’s biography and important facts to know about this rising actor. To kick things off, let’s start by going through his profile summary in the table below.
|Full Name||Ren Watabe|
|Age||24 years old|
|Birth Date||March 6, 1999|
|Parents||Father: Atsuro Watabe|
Mother: Rikako Murakami
|Older Brother||Mikiya Watabe|
|Net Worth||under review|
Early Life & Background
Ren Watabe was in Japan on March 6, 1999. He is the son of Atsuro Watabe (father) and Rikako Murakami (mother). Also, he has an older brother named Mikiya Watabe.
Ren’s parents are longer together as the couple got separated in 2005. Ken parent’s marriage lasted for 12 years (1993 – 2005).
For those curious to know about Ren’s educational background, we’d like to inform you that as of when this publication was made such information has not yet been made public.
However, it is believed as Ren’s fame continues to grow little by little some of these details will be shared with the public.
Ren Watabe officially made his debut on the big screens in 2023. He played the role of Kentaro in the American television series “Monarch: Legacy of Monsters.”
According to information obtained from Wikipedia, “the series was created by Chris Black and developed by Black and Matt Fraction for the streaming service Apple TV+, based on Godzilla by Toho Co., Ltd.”
As said earlier, Ken will be playing Kentaro “An intelligent, creative, and curious young man who has yet to find his own path. He will embark on a quest to learn more about his revered yet mysterious father and discover his own talents in the process.” source – Wikipedia.
In this series, Ren was seen acting alongside talented actors such as Anna Sawai, Kiersey Clemmons, Kurt Russell, and Wyatt Russell.