Kensaku Kishida

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Kensaku Kishida
Native name 岸田 健作
Born (1978-11-08) November 8, 1978 (age 40)
Adachi, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation(s) Actor, entertainer
Years active 1997-present
Website Official website

Kensaku Kishida (岸田 健作, Kishida Kensaku, born November 8, 1978, in Adachi, Tokyo, Japan)[1] is a Japanese actor and entertainer who also works as a vocalist in his solo project, Ash Berry.[citation needed] He graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan Kōhoku High School.[citation needed] He has an exclusive contract with GF Enterprise.[citation needed]

Biography

Kishida passed an audition in March 1997, and appeared in Waratte Iitomo! until March 2000.

He also appeared in variety shows such as London Hearts and Back Up!

As an actor, Kishida made regular appearances in the drama series O Mizu no Hanamichi and Sutā no Koi.

Filmography

TV series

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2010 Niko Nama Kōshiki Channel Kensaku Kishida no Waratte Injan!! Nico-sei Official Channel [2]
2012 Kensaku Kishida no G-men Paradise Tokyo MX
2013 Beat Tokyo MX

Past performances

Variety series

Year Title Network Notes
London Hearts TV Asahi
1997 Waratte Iitomo! Fuji TV
2012 Bakuhō! The Friday TBS
2013 Kudamaki Hachibee TV Tokyo
Shigoto Hakken-den NHK G

Dramas

Year Title Role Network Notes
1998 Hashire Kōmuin Fuji TV
1999 O Mizu no Hanamichi Fuji TV
2000 Shinjuku Bōsō Kyūkyū-tai NTV
2001 Watashi o Ryokan ni Tsurete tte Norio Kuronuma Fuji TV
Sutā no Koi Mitsuru Amamiya Fuji TV
2007 Parsley Yuichi Sato UHF

Films

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2011 Cool Blue Genji Lead role [3]
2014 Blue/Face Returns Natsuhiko Yamamoto Lead role

References

  1. ^ "プロフィール". Official blog (in Japanese). Ameba blog. Retrieved November 8, 2015. [permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "ニコ生公式チャンネル 岸田健作の笑っていんじゃん!!" (in Japanese). Nico-sei Official channel. Retrieved November 8, 2015.
  3. ^ "全国公開映画『COOL BLUE』(クールブルー)公式サイト" (in Japanese). December 2, 2011. Archived from the original on December 21, 2014. Retrieved November 8, 2015.

External links

  • Official website (in Japanese)
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