Yutaka Takenouchi

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Takenouchi Yutaka (竹野内豊) - Born on (1971-01-02) 2 January 1971 (age 43), Tokyo, Japan is a popular Japanese TV actor and model. He on-screen acting debut was in the drama 「ボクの就職」 (Boku no Syuushoku) in 1994, after winning a modeling contest. He is regularly seen in commercials.

Filmography[edit]

TV Series[edit]

  • "BOSS 2" (2011) .... Nodate Shinjiro
  • "Jikiko Soccer" (2011) .... Hisoveki Nakiama
  • "Nagareboshi" (2010) .... Okada Kengo
  • "BOSS" (2009) .... Nodate Shinjiro
  • "Tomorrow" (2008) .... Moriyama Kohei
  • "Kazoku" (2006) .... Kamikawa Ryohei
  • "Rondo/Dance Music/Yeonmogok" (2006) .... Shou Nishijima/Takumi Kanayama
  • "Ruri no Shima" (2005) .... Kawashima Tatsuya/Takahara Makoto
  • "Rikon Bengoshi" (2004), Guest in episode 1
  • "Ningen no Shomei/Proof of the Man" (2004) .... Koichiro Munesue
  • "Ruten no Ouhi - Saigo no Koutei/Princess Hiro / China's Last Princess" (2003) .... Aishinkakura Fuketsu
  • "Yankee Bokou ni Kaeru/Drop-out Teacher Returns to School" (2003) .... Yoshimori Masaya
  • "Time Limit" (2003)
  • "Psycho Doctor" (2003)
  • "Toshiie to matsu: kaga hyakumangoku monogatari/Toshiie and Matsu: Love Shines Through" (2002) .... Sawaki Yoshiyuki
  • "Dekichatta Kekkon/Shotgun Marriage/Shotgun Wedding" (2001) .... Hirao Ryunosuke
  • "Manatsu no Merry Christmas/Merry Christmas in Summer" (2000)
  • "Koori no Sekai/Inanimate World/The World of Ice (1999) .... Eiki Hirokawa
  • "Seikimatsu no uta/The Last Song" (1998) .... Itaru Noa
  • "With Love" (1998) .... Takashi Hasegawa
  • "Beach Boys" (1997) .... Kaito Suzuki
  • "Riso no Kekkon/An Ideal Marriage/Wedding Story" (1997) .... Otaki Tsutomu
  • "Zoku Hoshi no Kinka/Heaven's Coins 2" (1996) .... Takumi Nagai
  • "Long Vacation" (1996) .... Hayama Shinji
  • "Mada Koi wa Hajimaranai/Love Has Yet to Come/Love Still Hasn't Begun" (1995)
  • "Hoshi no kinka/Heaven's Coins" (1995) .... Takumi Nagai
  • "Tokyo Daigaku Monogatari/Tokyo University Love Story" (1994)
  • "Boku no Shushoku/ My first Job" (1994)

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