Kenta Kiritani

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Kenta Kiritani
Native name
桐谷 健太
Born (1980-02-04) February 4, 1980 (age 39)
Nationality Japanese
Education Osaka Prefectual Sakurazuka High School[1]
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 1999 -
Agent Hot Road
Known for
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
Awards
  • 2011 Elan d'or Newcomer Award
  • 2011 Osaka Cinema Festival Best Supporting Actor Award (Here Comes the Bride, My Mom!)
  • 2011 Japan Theater Staff Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Award (Beck)
Website Official website

Kenta Kiritani (桐谷 健太, Kiritani Kenta, born February 4, 1980)[2] is a Japanese actor and singer. He was born in Kita-ku, Osaka.

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2003 Get Up! Haruhiko
2004 Minami no Teiō Shin
69 Yuji Shirkushi
2005 Break Through! Yoshio Kondo
Karaoke: Jinsei Kamihitoe Anjou
Beat Kids Kurata-sensei
Furyō Shōnen (Yankee) no Yume Tetsuya
2006 Wanawana Masashi Taiga
Deguchi no Nai Umi Tanokura
Kizarazu Cat's Eye World Series Self-Defense Force personnel
2007 Pacchigi! Love & Peace Yoshio Kondo
Grow Atsushi Murakami Lead role
Crows Zero Tokio Tatsukawa
2008 Kamachop Keiichi Iwase
My Girlfriend Is a Cyborg Kenta Sato
Hyaku Hachi Coach
Boku no Oba-chan Lottery clerk
2009 Crows Zero II Tokio Tatsukawa
Rookies: Graduation Taira Hiratsuka
2010 Solanin Jiro Yamada
Beck Tsunemi Chiba
Here Comes the Bride, My Mom! Kenji Hattori
2012 Kogane o Daite Tobe Noda
2015 Kuchibiru ni uta o Tetsuo Tsukamoto
Gonin Saga Daisuke Okoshi
Bakuman [3]
2016 Too Young To Die! Wakakushite Shinu Cozy [4]
2017 Hibana: Spark Kamiya

TV series

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
1999 Ten'nen Shōjo Yorozu Next: Yokohama Hyaku Yoru-hen Hideki WOWOW
2002 Kyūryū de Aimashō Ken Yamazaki TV Asahi
Lunch no Joō Maggie Fuji TV Episodes 3 and 8
2003 Time Limit Transport security guard TBS
2005 Tiger & Dragon Chibi T TBS
Division 1 Nakaoka Shintarō Fuji TV
Koisuru Nichiyobi Shinji Watarai BS-TBS Episode 16
Be-Bop High School 2 Shibata TBS
Shōakumana On'na ni Naru Hōhō Kujo Fuji TV
2006 Aibō Kotaro Waki TV Asahi Season 4, Episode 13
Gekidan Engisha Yuikai Tomari Fuji TV
Tsunagareta Ashita' Kosuke Hattori NHK
Kurosagi Takashi Soma TBS Episode 3
Wagahai wa Shufudearu Yuki Nakajima TBS Episodes 18, 19, 23, and 36
Midnight Sun Masato TBS Episode 6
Bokutachi no Sensō Mazo Yamaguchi TBS
Waraeru Koi wa Shitakunai Takashi Daikoku TBS
One-pound Gospel Koryusei NTV Episodes 7 and 8
Hi Torishimariyaku Shin'nyū Shain Imaizumi TBS
2008 Rookies Taira Hiratsuka TBS
Ryūsei no Kizuna Hisanobu Takayama TBS
2009 Jin Yusuke Saburi TBS
2010 Ryōmaden Ikeuchi Kurata NHK
Strawberry Night Shinji Otsuka Fuji TV
2011 Zettai Reido Shinjiro Takikawa Fuji TV
Watashi wa Shadow Haruki Jinnai TBS
2012 Murder at Mt. Fuji Keiichiro Yumizaka TV Asahi
Osozaki no Himawari: Boku no Jinsei, Renewal Junichi Fujii Fuji TV
2013 Chichi no Hana, Saku Haru: Gifu Nagaragawa Hōkan Monogatari Jiro Tsuji NHK Lead role
Soratobu Kōhō-shitsu Takashi Kiritani TBS Episodes 1 to 10
Galileo Tomohiro Isogai Fuji TV Season 2, Episode 5
Gekiryū: Watashi o Oboete Imasu ka? Koji Higashihagi NHK
Andō Lloyd: A.I. knows Love? Shinzo Hoshi TBS
Tokei-ya no Musume Tsukasa Hanamura TBS
Y-O-U Yamabiko Ongaku Dōkō-kai Yusaku Kono KTV Lead role
Olympic no Minoshirokin Kiyoshi Yabutani TV Asahi
2014 Umoreru Toru Kitami WOWOW Lead role
Sanuki Udon Yūshi-ka Teppei Onishi NHK Lead role
Oyaji no Senaka Daigo Sugimoto TBS Episode 6
The Eternal Zero Kentaro Saeki TV Tokyo
2015 The Emperor's Cook Shinataro Matsui TBS
Prophecy Ken Mizutani WOWOW
Mozu Akifumi Mishima WOWOW [5]
2016 Natsume ya Doro bō Kidan Kinnosuke Natsume TV Asahi Lead role
2018 Kimi ga Kokoro ni Sumitsuita Kojiro Yoshizaki TBS Lead role
Manpuku Katsuo Sera NHK Asadora

Internet series

Year Title Role Network Notes
2012 Watashi ga Kogane o ou Riyū: Eiga "Ōgonwodaitetobe" Special Drama" Noda BeeTV

References

  1. ^ "藤井隆&ココリコ田中の教えて!Yahoo!先生" (in Japanese). April 3, 2010. Archived from the original on July 22, 2010. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  2. ^ "「おおさかシネマフェスティバル」 - 授賞式でも大阪の話題で盛り上がる" (in Japanese). Kyobashi Keizai Shimbun. March 7, 2011. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  3. ^ "漫画「バクマン。」が実写映画化 - 主人公コンビは佐藤健&神木隆之介、『モテキ』の大根仁が監督" (in Japanese). Fashion Press. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  4. ^ "長瀬智也、神木隆之介の成長に驚き 15年ぶり共演に「たくましくなっちゃって」" (in Japanese). Oricon. July 8, 2015. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  5. ^ "香川照之&伊藤淳史主演の「MOZU」スピンオフ、共演に早見あかり、桐谷健太ら" (in Japanese). Eiga Natalie. August 25, 2015. Retrieved February 3, 2016.

External links

  • Official website (in Japanese)
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