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Nagase Tomoya

Tomoya Nagase

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  • Name: Nagase Tomoya
  • Native name: 長瀬智也
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: November 7, 1978
  • Age: 39
Tomoya Nagase

Tomoya Nagase

  • Name: Nagase Tomoya
  • Native name: 長瀬智也
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: November 7, 1978
  • Age: 39
Tomoya Nagase (長瀬 智也, Nagase Tomoya, born November 7, 1978) is a Japanese singer and actor. He is a member of Tokio, a Johnny & Associates musical group. He is the primary vocalist, in addition to playing the guitar alongside Tokio's leader, Shigeru Joshima.

He was inspired by bands Hikaru Genji and SMAP to answer a recruiting call of Johnny & Associates and was accepted. In 1992, he played several stage plays (Playzone and Mask) together with other Tokio members. He first played tambourine during Tokio's early performances as SMAP's background dancers. Just prior to Tokio's debut, the band's rhythm guitarist, Hiromu Kojima, left the band and was replaced by Tomoya Nagase.

In 1997, Nagase collaborated with American R&B group 3T to record the Japanese version of Eternal Flame, which was used as the theme song for the Japanese drama D×D, in which he starred. The single was released under the artist name "Tomoya with 3T" and reached #12 on the Oricon charts. Nagase lists Guns N' Roses as his favorite band.

Nagase has had parts in over 40 dramas. His first lead role was in Hakusen Nagashi (1996). More lead roles followed including Ikebukuro West Gate Park, Mukodono!, and Tiger & Dragon. Mukodono! was his first comedic role. In My Boss My Hero he had another comedic role. He received an "Ishihara Yuijiro Award" in 2002 as "The Best Newcomer" for his role in the movie Seoul. He also currently playing as a lead actor in a drama Unubore Deka.


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Movie
Year Title Role Rating
2018 The Flying Tire
Japanese Movie, 2018,
Akamatsu Tokuro (Main Role)
Akamatsu Tokuro
Main Role
0.0
2016 Too Young To Die!
Japanese Movie, 2016,
Killer K (Main Role)
Killer K
Main Role
7.8
2009 Heaven's Door
Japanese Movie, 2009,
Aoyama Katsuhito (Main Role)
Aoyama Katsuhito
Main Role
7.6
2005 Mayonaka no Kita-san, Yaji-san
Japanese Movie, 2005,
Yaji (Main Role)
Yaji
Main Role
6.9
2002 Seoul
Japanese Movie, 2002,
Hayase Yutaro (Main Role)
Hayase Yutaro
Main Role
6.4
Drama
Year Title # Role Rating
2017 Gomen, Aishiteru
Japanese Drama, 2017, 10 eps
Ozaki Ritsu (Main Role)
10
Ozaki Ritsu
Main Role
8.0
2016 Fragile
Japanese Drama, 2016, 10 eps
Kishi Keiichiro (Main Role)
10
Kishi Keiichiro
Main Role
7.8
2013 Kurokouchi
Japanese Drama, 2013, 10 eps
Kurokouchi Keita (Main Role)
10
Kurokouchi Keita
Main Role
7.8
2013 Nakuna, Hara-chan
Japanese Drama, 2013, 10 eps
Hara (Main Role)
10
Hara
Main Role
7.6
2010 Miporin no Ekubo
Japanese Special, 2010, 1 eps
Okazaki Teruo (Main Role)
1
Okazaki Teruo
Main Role
8.3
2010 Unubore Deka
Japanese Drama, 2010, 11 eps
Unubore (Main Role)
11
Unubore
Main Role
7.5
2009 Karei naru Spy
Japanese Drama, 2009, 10 eps
Yoroi Kyosuke (Main Role)
10
Yoroi Kyosuke
Main Role
6.7
2007 Utahime
Japanese Drama, 2007, 11 eps
Koizumi Akira/Shimanto Taro (Main Role)
11
Koizumi Akira/Shimanto Taro
Main Role
7.9
2006 My Boss, My Hero
Japanese Drama, 2006, 10 eps
Sakaki Makio (Main Role)
10
Sakaki Makio
Main Role
8.2
2005 Tiger & Dragon
Japanese Drama, 2005, 11 eps
Yamazaki Toraji / Hayashiyatei Kotora (Main Role)
11
Yamazaki Toraji / Hayashiyatei Kotora
Main Role
8.1
2005 Tiger & Dragon Special
Japanese Special, 2005, 1 eps
Yamazaki Toraji / Hayashiatei Kotora (Main Role)
1
Yamazaki Toraji / Hayashiatei Kotora
Main Role
8.1
2005 Akechi Kogoro vs. Kindaichi Kosuke
Japanese Special, 2005, 1 eps
Kindaichi Kosuke (Main Role)
1
Kindaichi Kosuke
Main Role
0.0
2004 Otouto
Japanese Drama, 2004, 5 eps
Ishihara Shintaro (Main Role)
5
Ishihara Shintaro
Main Role
0.0
2004 My Life After Her Death
Japanese Drama, 2004, 9 eps
Ansai Hajime (Main Role)
9
Ansai Hajime
Main Role
6.9
2003 Futari
Japanese Special, 2003, 1 eps
Kamagata Yoshiyuki (Main Role)
1
Kamagata Yoshiyuki
Main Role
7.5
2003 Mukodono 2003
Japanese Drama, 2003, 11 eps
Yuichiro Sakuraba (Main Role)
11
Yuichiro Sakuraba
Main Role
7.1
2003 Ikebukuro West Gate Park SP
Japanese Special, 2003, 1 eps
Makoto Majima (Main Role)
1
Makoto Majima
Main Role
7.4
2002 Yan Papa
Japanese Drama, 2002, 10 eps
Mabuchi Yuusaku (Main Role)
10
Mabuchi Yuusaku
Main Role
7.0
2001 Handoku
Japanese Drama, 2001, 10 eps
Hazama Ichiban (Main Role)
10
Hazama Ichiban
Main Role
6.8
2001 Big Money!
Japanese Drama, 2001, 12 eps
Shirato Norimichi (Main Role)
12
Shirato Norimichi
Main Role
7.6
2001 Mukodono!
Japanese Drama, 2001, 12 eps
Sakuraba Yuichiro (Main Role)
12
Sakuraba Yuichiro
Main Role
7.3
2000 Ikebukuro West Gate Park
Japanese Drama, 2000, 11 eps
Makoto Majima (Main Role)
11
Makoto Majima
Main Role
8.1
1999 Suna no ue no Koibitotachi
Japanese Drama, 1999, 11 eps
Takano Akira (Main Role)
11
Takano Akira
Main Role
0.0
1999 Ring - Saishushou
Japanese Drama, 1999, 12 eps
Takayama Ryuji (Main Role)
12
Takayama Ryuji
Main Role
7.0
1998 Love to Eros
Japanese Drama, 1998, 12 eps
Goda Jiro (Main Role)
12
Goda Jiro
Main Role
6.5
1997 DxD
Japanese Drama, 1997, 11 eps
Aizawa Satoru (Main Role)
11
Aizawa Satoru
Main Role
6.7
1996 Hakusen Nagashi
Japanese Drama, 1996, 11 eps
Ookouchi Wataru (Main Role)
11
Ookouchi Wataru
Main Role
6.8
1995 Saikou no Kataomoi
Japanese Drama, 1995, 11 eps
Asou Tetsu (Support Role)
11
Asou Tetsu
Support Role
7.0
TV Show
Year Title # Role Rating
2012 TOKIO KAKERU
Japanese TV Show, 2012, 0 eps
(Main Host)
0
Main Host
10.0
2000 The Shounen Club
Japanese TV Show, 2000, 0 eps
(Guest)
0
Guest
0.0
1995 The! Tetsuwan! DASH!!
Japanese TV Show, 1995, 0 eps
(Main Host)
0
Main Host
10.0
1994 Tokyo Friends Park II
Japanese TV Show, 1994, 0 eps
(Guest)
0
Guest
0.0
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