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|Native name||有岡 大貴|
|Born||April 15, 1991|
|Occupations||Singer, actor, ｔalent, Pop idol, rapper|
|Years active||June 7, 2003-present|
|Labels||Johnny & Associates|
|Associated acts||Hey! Say! JUMP, Hey! Say! Best, JJ Express|
On June 2, 2003, he joined Johnny & Associates as a trainee. As a Junior he was a member of J.J.Express. However, before he became a part of Johnny's he was a member of JUNES Project.
On April 3, 2007, he joined the temporary group, Hey! Say! 7, with soon to be fellow members of Hey! Say! JUMP, Yuya Takaki, Yuto Nakajima, Ryosuke Yamada and Yuri Chinen, starting with a public performance at KAT-TUN's 2007 Cartoon KAT-TUN II You concert.
On September 21, 2007, he began performing as a member of Hey! Say! JUMP.
In October 2008, he acted in the drama Sensei wa Erai! as Takekura Rin, along with other Hey! Say! JUMP members; Yuto Nakajima, Ryosuke Yamada and Yuri Chinen.
In the same year, he was in the drama called Scrap Teacher: Kyoushi Saisei, as Irie Sugizou. With the Hey! Say! JUMP members that played alongside him in Sensei wa Erai!.
- Kimi to Boku no Future
- Time (arranged by Daiki, lyrics by Yuya Takaki)
For Hey! Say! JUMP-related concerts, please see Hey! Say! JUMP.
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- Jam Films 2: Fastener (2004)
- Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger (TV Asahi, 2001) as Futaro
- Saigo no Bengonin (NTV, 2003, ep2)
- Engine (Fuji TV, 2005) as Toru Sonobe
- Sensei wa Erai! (NTV, 2008) as Rin Takekura
- Scrap Teacher (NTV, 2008) as Sugizo Irie
- Chushingura Sono Gi Sono Ai (TV Tokyo, 2012) as Oishi Chikara
- Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo: Hong Kong Kowloon Zaiho Satsujin Jiken (NTV, 2013) as Ryuji Saki
- Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo: Gokumon Juku Satsujin Jiken (NTV, 2014) as Ryuji Saki
- Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo Neo (NTV, 2014) as Ryuji Saki
- "Hey! Say! JUMP! lanzará nuevo single Arigatou en diciembre". Radio Programas del Perú (in Spanish). November 7, 2010. Retrieved 15 July 2011.