Goro Inagaki

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Goro Inagaki
Inagaki Goro from "Another World" at Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival 2018 (30678371607).jpg
Background information
Native name 稲垣 吾郎
Born (1973-12-08) December 8, 1973 (age 44)
Origin Itabashi, Tokyo, Japan
Genres J-pop
Occupation(s) Singer, actor
Years active 1987–present (entering Johnny & Associates)
Associated acts SMAP

Goro Inagaki (稲垣 吾郎, Inagaki Gorō, born (1973-12-08)December 8, 1973) is a Japanese musician and actor from Itabashi, Tokyo. Inagaki is a member of the Japanese pop group SMAP.[1] His international film debut was in the romantic comedy Private Lessons II, playing the male lead role of a Japanese student who falls for his tutor. Private Lessons II also starred SMAP leader Masahiro Nakai.

Filmography

Drama

  • Seishun Kazoku (1989)
  • Gakkō e ikō (1991)
  • Hatachi no Yakusoku (1992)
  • Usodemoiikara (1993)
  • Tōkyō Daigaku Monogatari (1994)
  • Saikō no Koibito (1995)
  • Subarashiki Kazokuryokō (1996)
  • Saigo no Kazokuryokō (1996)
  • Kare (1997)
  • Koi no Katamichikippu (1997)
  • Sommelier (1998)
  • Shinshitsusaibō (1998)
  • Kiken na Kankei (1999)
  • Saimin (2000)
  • Onmyōji (2001)
  • Kekkon no Jyōken (2002)
  • Yoisho no Otoko (2002)
  • Ren'ai Hensachi (2002)
  • Hoshi ni Negai o (2004)
  • Inugamike no Ichizoku (The Kindaichi Series) (2004)
  • 9.11 (2004)
  • Yatsuhakamura (The Kindaichi Series) (2004)
  • M no Higeki (2005)
  • Asuka e soshite madaminukoe (2005)
  • Jōōbachi (The Kindaichi Series) (2006)
  • Busu no Hitomi ni Koishiteru (2006)
  • Aakuma ga Kitarite Fue o Fuku (The Kindaichi Series) (2007)
  • Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (2007) (episode 9)
  • Sasaki Fusai no Jinginaki Tatakai (2008)
  • Akuma no Temariuta (The Kindaichi Series) (2009)
  • Triangle (2009)
  • Kamen Rider G (2009)
  • Nagareboshi (2010)
  • Bull Doctor (2011)
  • Hungry!! (2012)
  • Dr. Kenzi (2012)
  • Take 5 (2013)
  • Fukigen na Kajitsu (2016)

Movies

TV Shows

  • SMAP×SMAP (1996 - 2006)
  • Goro Deluxe (2011 - )
  • Aishuutantei 1756 (2010 -2011 )
  • SmaStation (2001 - )
  • G.I. Goro (2010)
  • Wasurebumi (2003–2010)
  • Goro's Bar (2004–2009)
  • Goro's Bar Presents my Fair Lady (2009–2010)
  • Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi (2004–2005)
  • Goro no Sonata (2004)
  • Goro no Hosomichi (2004)
  • Tokumei Research 200X (1997–2004)
  • Inagaki Geijutsukan (2000)
  • WIN (1996–1997)
  • Yume ga Mori Mori (1992–1995)

References

  1. ^ Flowers from hell Jim Harper - 2009 - Page 60

External links

  • Media related to Goro Inagaki at Wikimedia Commons
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