Shunsuke Kazama

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Shunsuke Kazama (風間 俊介 Kazama Shunsuke?, born June 17, 1983 in Sumida, Tokyo) is a Japanese actor and singer affiliated with Johnny & Associates.

History[edit]

As a Johnny's Junior he was member of Four Tops.

He is also a member of TU→YU along with V6's Hiroshi Nagano, NEWS's Takahisa Masuda, Hey! Say! JUMP's Hikaru Yaotome and actor Tatsuya Takeda

He starred in the feature length film Maebashi Visual Kei, as a young farmer who tries to make it big in a visual kei band.[1]

Serial dramas[edit]

  • 3 nen B gumi Kinpachi Series 5 (October 14, 1999 ~ March 3, 2000, TBS)
  • Zenigetchu!! May 20, 2001 ~ June 24, Nippon TV)
  • Sekai de ichiban atsui natsu (July 6, 2001 ~ September 14, TBS)
  • 3 nen B gumi Kinpachi Series 6 (October 11, 2001 ~ March 28, 2002, TBS)
  • Engimono. "Amerika" (August 13, 2002 ~ September 17, 2002, Fuji TV)
  • Gekidan Engimono. "Nemureru mori no shitai" (February 15, 2005 ~ March 15, Fuji TV)
  • Yo naoshi juunan nijouken (October 17, 2005 ~ December 2, TV Asahi)
  • Akihabara@Deep (June 19, 2006 ~ August 8, TBS)
  • Konkatsu! (April 20, 2009 ~ June 29, Fuji TV)
  • Chuugakusei Nikki (April 4, 2011 ~ March 16, 2012, NHK)
  • Soredemo, Ikite Yuku (July 7, 2011 ~ September 15, Fuji TV)
  • Jun to Ai (October 1, 2012 ~ March 30, 2013, NHK)
  • Kyumei Byoto 24 Ji Season 5 (July 9, 2013 ~ September 10, Fuji TV)
  • Dandarin ~ Roudou Kijun Kantokukan (October 2, 2013 ~ December 11, NTV)
  • Boku no Ita Jikan (January 8, 2014 ~ 19 March, Fuji TV)
  • Gin Nikan (April 10, 2014 ~ June 5, NHK)
  • Asunaro San San Nana Byoushi (July 15, 2014 ~ , Fuji TV)

Drama guest/SP roles[edit]

  • Nemureru mori (October 8, 1998 ~ December 24, Fuji TV)
  • big Daisakusen (June 29, 2000, Fuji TV)
  • Kowai nichiyoubi ~2000~ Episode 16 "Father" (October 29, 2000, Nippon TV)
  • Kowai nichiyoubi ~2000~ Final Episode (November 11, 2000, Nippon TV)
  • Shijou saiaku no date Episode 6 (January 14, 2001, Nippon TV)
  • Shōnen wa tori ni natta (April 1, 2001, TBS)
  • 3 nen B gumi Kinpachi-sensei Special "If you guys died I'd cry" (April 5, 2001, TBS)
  • Shijou saiaku no date episode 18 (April 8, 2001, Nihon Terebi)
  • Taikouki Saru to yobareta Otoko (December 27, 2003, Fuji TV)
  • 3 nen B gumi Kinpachi-sensei Series 7 episode 1 (October 15, 2004, TBS)
  • 3 nen B gumi Kinpachi-sensei 25nenme no okuru kotoba (March 25, 2005, TBS)
  • Yankee Bokou ni kaeru ~tabidachi no toki furyoushōnen no yume~ (March 27, 2005, TBS)
  • Nekketsu kaasan jikenbo (September 28, 2006, Nippon TV)
  • Sugata Sanshiro (December 6, 2007, TV Tokyo)
  • Koshonin SP (February 28, 2009, TV Asahi)
  • Yokai Ningen Bem (ep.2, 2011, NTV)
  • Saiaku no Sotsugyoushiki (March 23, 2013, NTV)
  • Matching Love (December 24, 2013, TBS)
  • Keiji (March 26, 2014, TV Tokyo)

Films[edit]

  • Maebashi Visual Kei (2011)
  • Ninkyo Helper ~Beautiful World~ (2012)
  • Suzuki Sensei - Movie (2013)
  • Petal Dance (2013)

Voice acting[edit]

Variety shows[edit]

  • KYO TO KYO Tokubetsu bangumi "Oishi Kyoto Yume Tour" (1997 TV asahi)
  • Ai LOVE Junior (1997 ~ September 28, 1998, TV Tokyo)
  • Music Jump (1997 ~ March 26, 2000, NHK)
  • SHOW-NEN J (April 2, 1998 ~ October 1, TV Asahi)
  • Gyu! tto dakishimetai (April 25, 1998 ~ September 27, Nippon TV)
  • 8 jida J (April 15, 1998 ~ September 22, TV Asahi)
  • Ai love B.I.G. (1998, TV Tokyo)
  • BOYS BE ・・・Jr (October 9, 1998 ~ December 18, Nippon TV)
  • Nekketsu renaido (January 10, 1999 ~ May 2, Nippon TV)
  • The Shōnen Club (April 7, 2000 ~ March 2004, NHK)
  • music-enta (TV Tokyo)
  • Pikaichi (2000 Nippon TV)
  • Hadaka no Shōnen (2001, TV Asahi)
  • Sedai hitsurin (April 26, 2002 ~ September 22, Nippon TV)
  • Jenejan! (2002~2003, Nippon TV)
  • USO!?Japan (June 21, 2003 ~ September 13, TBS)
  • Ya-Ya-yah (2003)
  • Ichiokunin no daimondai!? Waratte koraete!(Nippon TV)
  • Comedy Michi naka de gozaru (2004~2006 NHK)
  • Takeda Testuya no Girisha hatsumono! Unchi ryokou (April 25, 2004, Nippon TV)
  • Matthew's Best Hit TV (April 28, 2004, TV Asahi)
  • Raion no gokigenyou (2004, Fuji TV)
  • Jenejan! Kazama Shunsuke no kagai jugyou (2004, Nippon TV)
  • Asa made Jenejan!! End of the year special (January 1, 2005, Nippon TV)
  • Tokyo Friend Park II (September 24, 2007, TBS)

Awards[edit]

  • 3rd Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (April 1999 - March 2000) - Best Newcomer (3 nen B gumi Kinpachi Sensei 5)
  • 70th Television Drama Academy Awards (2011-Nov-09) - Best Supporting Actor (Soredemo, Ikite Yuku)

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