Dean Fujioka

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Dean Fujioka
ディーン・フジオカ
Born (1980-08-19) August 19, 1980 (age 38)
OccupationMusician, actor, singer-songwriter, model, director, artist, radio host, influencer, DJ
Years active2004–present
Awards9th Tokyo Drama Awards
2016 Best Supporting Actor (Here Comes Asa!)
12th CONFiDENCE AWARD DRAMA PRIZE
2018 Best Leading Actor (THE COUNT OF MONTE-CRISTO: GREAT REVENGE)
42nd Japan Academy Prize
2019 Outstanding Performance Award of Supporting Actor (Recall)

MTV Video Music Awards Japan
2018 Best Alternative Video (Echo)
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese藤冈靛
Musical career
OriginJapan
GenresPop, J-pop, wave, dubstep, bass music
InstrumentsVocals, rapping, guitar, bass guitar, piano, synthesizer, drums, programming, beat boxing, trumpet
LabelsA-Sketch
Websitewww.deanfujioka.net

Tatsuo Fujioka (藤岡 竜雄, Fujioka Tatsuo, born August 19, 1980), better known as Dean Fujioka (ディーン・フジオカ, Dīn Fujioka, stylized as DEAN FUJIOKA), is a Japanese musician, actor, singer-songwriter, model, director, artist, radio host, influencer and DJ. He is a talent of Amuse, Inc.

Biography[edit]

Dean Fujioka was born in Sukagawa, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. Moving with his family, he grew up in Kamagaya, Chiba Prefecture. After graduating from Chiba Prefectural Funabashi High School, he majored in IT at a community college in Seattle, USA.[2] After graduating from college,[3][4][5] he traveled to various countries in Asia and came into contact with various races, cultures and languages. This travel made him impressed, so he expressed it by writing poems and taking pictures.

Although he is multilingual (fluent in Japanese, English, Cantonese, Standard Mandarin, Indonesian) and made his first debut in the sphere of Chinese culture, yet he has clarified in some interviews and variety shows that his parents and grandparents are all Japanese,[6] who used to work or live in foreign countries.[7][8] Raised in such a family, he grew determined to explore the world with his eye.[9]

He is the type of person who doesn't compromise on things and pursues them thoroughly. So he has a wide range of hobbies such as Chinese martial arts, kickboxing, chess and taking pictures, and a wide range of special skills such as guitar, drums, piano, composition, lyrics, skiing and basketball.[10] Furthermore, though he is allergic to gluten,[11] he thinks to want to enjoy eating all the time, so he is particular about food too.[10]

Career[edit]

Dean Fujioka started his career as a model in Hong Kong's fashion scene in 2004 for both local and international designer brands. He continued to appear in Hong Kong's leading fashion and lifestyle magazines. Simultaneously with his career in fashion, he also embarked on various advertising campaigns, appearing in TV and print commercials for both local and multinational clients in the Asia pacific region.

In 2006, he started to pursue a career in acting. He moved his base from Hong Kong to Taipei and appeared in his first TV series Goku Dō High School with Bao Weimin, Bao Xiaobo, and Kingone Wang. His very first film August Story, starring Tian Yuan, Dean Fujioka, and Jan Cheung, caught public attention in the film festivals held in Hong Kong,[12] Japan,[13][14] and Taiwan.[15]

In 2007, he appeared as a talented pianist in the TV series Corner with Love with Barbie Shu and Show Lo. He also appeared in Summer's Tail, his first film in Taiwan, with Bryant Chang, Enno Cheng, and Hannah Lin.

In 2008, he appeared in the TV series Miss No Good with Rainie Yang and Will Pan, produced by Angie Chai. Afterwards, he suspended his career in acting and went to Jakarta, where he met DJ Sumo (Sumantri) and collaborated on his songs.

In 2011, he appeared in the feature film Seediq Bale, about the history of Taiwan under Japanese rule, and in the film Road Less Traveled with Vanness Wu, Jimmy Hung, Eric Tu, and Chris Lung. He joined Amuse, Inc. this year.

In 2012, he appeared in the film Black & White Episode I: The Dawn of Assault, which was based on the popular Taiwanese TV series directed by Tsai Yueh-Hsun.

In 2013, he appeared in the TV series Just You in Taiwan. Furthermore, he starred in his first self-directed film I am Ichihashi: Journal of a Murderer in Japan.[16]

In 2014, he appeared as a Chinese historical figure in his first Japanese TV movie Shooting Down – Three Pilots,[17] the dramatization of the lives of three fighter pilots from Japan, China, and the U.S.A. He also appeared as a noble samurai-like Japanese guy in the TV series The Pinkertons in North America.

In 2015, he appeared as a private detective in his first Japanese TV series Detective versus Detectives.[18] He also impressed a mass audience with his appearance as a Japanese historical figure in the Japanese morning drama series Here Comes Asa! and brought about a fever called Godai-sama Boom.[19]

In 2016, he has not only appeared in the TV series Please Love the Useless Me and IQ246: The Cases of a Royal Genius but also starred in the web series Happy Marriage!? and the TV movie The Noisy Street, The Silent Sea, playing a variety of roles with distinctive personalities. Furthermore, he has resumed his career in music and released his first album Cycle[20] in March. He started a regular segment in a radio program.[21] He also released the download single "History Maker" which is used as the opening of the anime Yuri!!! on Ice. Along with global popularity of the anime,[22] his name also come to be known to people all over the world. According to top trending Google Search queries by year in 2016, he was ranked 5th in the world in the musicians category.

In 2017, he started an irregular appearance as an influencer in a news program, Saturday Station.[23] His song "Unchained Melody" is used as the ending of it and of Sunday Station.[24] He starred as a marriage cheater in the film Marriage and released his first EP "Permanent Vacation" as its theme song. He also starred in the TV series May I blackmail you?[25] with Emi Takei, and released the EP "Let it snow!" as its theme song. He also appeared in the TV series Moribito II: Guardian of the Spirit[26] and Totto-chan!.[27] Furthermore, he appeared in the live action adaptation of the anime and manga FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST. In this film, he played the colonel Roy Mustang who is one of the most popular characters in the story, and became a topic.[28]

In 2018, he held his first Japan tour entitled History In The Making 2018[29] and attracted 20,000 fans including participants from overseas.[30] He starred in the TV series THE COUNT OF MONTE-CRISTO: GREAT REVENGE.[31] His performance of this drama was appreciated and he won the Best Leading Actor at the 12th CONFiDENCE AWARD DRAMA PRIZE.[32] Furthermore, he released the single "Echo" as its theme song. The song inspired by the genre "Wave" which attracts attention in the club music scene of the world,[33] its music video that he co-starred with Moga Mogami received the Best Alternative Video at MTV Video Music Awards Japan.[34] Besides, he appeared in the film Kids on the Slope and Recall[35] and starred in the film The Man from the Sea filmed in Jakarta.[36]

In 2019, he starred the TV movie Les Misérables: Owarinaki Tabiji[37] with Arata Iura. Meanwhile, he released his 2nd album History In The Making in January.[38] In February, he made a debut as a DJ at the club event presented by ☆Taku Takahashi, and co-starred with starRo, TJO, YUC'e, and so on.[39] In March, by his performance of the film Recall appreciated, he was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor of the 42nd Japan Academy Prize.[40] Now he is holding his first Asia tour entitled 1st Asia Tour 2019: Born To Make History from February to April. This tour includes Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taiwan.[41]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Goku Dō High School (School Royale[50]) (2006, Taiwan) – Dean Shindō
  • Corner With Love (2007, Taiwan) – Kaede Andō
  • Miss No Good (2008, Taiwan) – Chia, Sze-le (Jiǎ Sīlè)
  • Just You (2013, Taiwan) – Dean Kamiya
  • Gekitsui San-nin no Pilot (Shooting Down – Three Pilots[17]) (2014, Japan) – Yue, Yi-chin (Yuè Yǐqín)[51]
  • The Pinkertons (2014–2015, Canada) – Kenji Harada
  • Tantei no Tantei (Detective versus Detectives[18]) (2015, Japan) – Sōta Kirishima
  • Asa ga Kita (Here Comes Asa!) (2015–2016, Japan) – Tomoatsu Godai
  • Dame na Watashi ni Koishite Kudasai (Please Love the Useless Me) (2016, Japan) – Ayumu Kurosawa
  • Kensō no Machi, Shizuka na Umi[52] (The Noisy Street, The Silent Sea) (2016, Japan) – Shin Minazuki
  • IQ246: Kareinaru Jikenbo[53] (IQ246: The Cases of a Royal Genius) (2016, Japan) – Kensei
  • Moribito II: Guardian of the Spirit[26] (2017, Japan) – Ehang
  • Imakara Anata wo Kyōhaku Shimasu (May I blackmail you?[25]) (2017, Japan) – Kanji Senkawa
  • Totto-chan![27] (2017, Japan) – Hiroshi Kawake
  • Monte-Kurisuto Haku: Kareinaru Fukushū (THE COUNT OF MONTE-CRISTO: GREAT REVENGE[31]) (2018, Japan) – Dan Saimon, Monte-Cristo Shinkai
  • Les Misérables: Owarinaki Tabiji[37] (2019, Japan) – Jun Baba

Web series[edit]

Short film[edit]

  • 2 Cartons of Alphabet H (2006, Hong Kong), directed by Yan Yan Mak
  • So Poetic (2007, Hong Kong[54]), directed by Yan Yan Mak
  • Sleeping Princess (2007, Hong Kong), starring with Denise Ho in Small Matters Music Video Story
  • Sleeping Prince (2007, Hong Kong), starring with Denise Ho in Small Matters Music Video Story

Music videos[edit]

  • "Rolls Royce" by Denise Ho (2005, Hong Kong), directed by Yan Yan Mak
  • "Echoes of Eternity" by Steven Lin (2007, Taiwan), directed by Jimmy Hung
  • "Sleeping Prince"[55] by Denise Ho (2007, Hong Kong), directed by Yan Yan Mak
  • "This is Love" by Cyndi Wang (2007, Taiwan), directed by JP Huang
  • "Ai Ya" by Vanness Wu (2011, Taiwan), directed by Chen Wei-ling
  • "My Dimension" by DEAN FUJIOKA (2013, Japan), directed by DEAN FUJIOKA
  • "Priceless" (Lyric video) by DEAN FUJIOKA (2016, Japan)
  • "Permanent Vacation" by DEAN FUJIOKA (2017, Japan), directed by HIRO KIMURA
  • "Unchained Melody" by DEAN FUJIOKA (2017, Japan), directed by HIRO KIMURA
  • "Let it snow!" by DEAN FUJIOKA (2017, Japan), directed by Ken Ninomiya
  • "Echo" by DEAN FUJIOKA (2018, Japan), directed by Ken Ninomiya
  • "Let it snow! ~Mandarin Ver.~" (Official lyric video) by DEAN FUJIOKA (2018, Japan), directed by BUDDHA.INC
  • "History Maker ~HITM Ver.~" by DEAN FUJIOKA (2019, Japan), directed by Ken Ninomiya
  • "Maybe Tomorrow" by DEAN FUJIOKA (2019, Japan), directed by Ken Ninomiya, filmed by Yūsuke Tsutsumi

Live album[edit]

  • DEAN FUJIOKA Special Live "InterCycle 2016" at Osaka-Jo Hall[56] (2017, Japan)

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  1. "History Maker at InterCycle"[57] (2016)
  2. "Echo" (2018)

Digital downloads[edit]

  1. "My Dimension" (2013), MV directed by DEAN FUJIOKA
  2. "Midnight Messenger mabanua Remix" (2016)
  3. "History Maker" (2016), the opening theme song of the anime Yuri!!! on Ice
  4. "History Maker TJO Remix" (2016)
  5. "Midnight Messenger Mandarin Ver." (2017)
  6. "Let it snow! YUC'e Remix" (2018)
  7. "Let it snow! Mandarin Ver." (2018)
  8. "Maybe Tomorrow" (2019)

EPs[edit]

  1. "Permanent Vacation" / "Unchained Melody" (2017)
  2. "Let it snow!" (2017)

Studio albums[edit]

  1. Cycle[20] (2016)
  2. History In The Making[38] (2019)

Others[edit]

  1. "Jídào Zhànyì (Gokudō Battle)" in the Goku Dō High School Original TV Soundtrack (2006). Singers: Kingone Wang, Li Wei Hao, Ma Ju Long, and DEAN FUJIOKA (beat box and rap).
  2. "Hello Radio" (2016), the limited-time rental song for the spring campaign ACCESS! by Japan FM League and TSUTAYA. Musicians: The Poolside, including Shigeru Kishida, tofubeats, Takuya Ōhashi, Kaela Kimura, KREVA, DEAN FUJIOKA, Sakura Fujiwara, and YONCE.[58]

Live performances[edit]

Date(s) Title of performance Venue(s)
May 8, 2016 FamBam[59] Festival Hall
August 19, 2016 FamBam[59] Birthday Bash Tokyo International Forum Hall A
December 22–30, 2016 DEAN FUJIOKA Special Live InterCycle 2016 Pacifico Yokohama National Convention Hall, Osaka Castle Hall
July 12–28, 2017 DEAN FUJIOKA Live 2017 "History In The Making" Tokyo International Forum Hall A, Sukagawa City Culture Center Large Hall, Orix Theater
February 4–24, 2018 DEAN FUJIOKA 1st Japan Tour "History In The Making 2018"[29] Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall, TOHKnet Hall Sendai Large Hall, Pacifico Yokohama National Convention Hall, Hiroshima JMS Aster Plaza Large Hall, Fukuoka Civic Hall Large Hall, Festival Hall
February 16 - April 27, 2019 DEAN FUJIOKA 1st Asia Tour 2019 "Born To Make History"[41] Tokyo Electron Hall Miyagi Large Hall, Festival Hall, Fukuoka Civic Hall Large Hall, Hiroshima JMS Aster Plaza Large Hall, Shizuoka City Shimizu Cultural Hall Marinart Large Hall, Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall, Sapporo Education and Culture Hall Large Hall, NHK Hall, MODERN SKY LAB (Shanghai), Music Zone @ E-Max (Hong Kong), CLAPPER STUDIO (Taiwan)

News programs[edit]

Radio[edit]

  • Asian! Plus α Dean Tatsunami RADIO (Nippon Cultural Broadcasting), a digital radio program from 9 February 2007 to 28 March 2008[60][61]
  • DEAN FUJIOKA's Ch-Ch-Ch-Check it Out!!! in SUNDAY MARK'E 765 (FM COCOLO), a regular segment starting from 3 April 2016 to 25 March 2018[21]

Book[edit]

  • Tatsumaki Photoessay

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2016 88th The Television Drama Academy Awards The Television Prize[19] Asa ga Kita
(Here Comes Asa!)
Won
9th Tokyo Drama Awards[62] Best Supporting Actor[63]

(Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role)

Asa ga Kita
(Here Comes Asa!)
Won
3rd Yahoo! Search Grand Prize[64] Person Category: Grand Prize, Actor Category Prize Won
CONFiDENCE Award Drama Prize Annual Grand Prize[65] Newcomer of the Year Won
2017 41st Elan d'or Awards Newcomer of the Year Won
5th Japan Action Awards[66] Best Action Actor IQ246: The Cases of a Royal Genius[53] Nominated
2018 12th CONFiDENCE Award Drama Prize[32] Best Leading Actor The Count of Monte-Cristo: Great Revenge[31] Won
MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Alternative Video[34] Echo Won
2019 42nd Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting Actor[67] Recall Nominated
Heisei AniSong Grand Prix[68] 2010-2019 Users Voting Award History Maker Won

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