Galigali Galixon

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Galigali Galixon
Native name
ガリガリガリクソン
Born
Yusuke Sakamoto

(1986-02-19) February 19, 1986 (age 33)
NationalityJapanese
Education
OccupationComedian
Years active2000–2017
AgentYoshimoto Creative Agency
Known for
  • Arabiki Dan
  • The Iromonea
  • Bakushō Red Carpet
  • Enta no Kamisama
  • NMB48 Works Part-time So "Meccha"
Height1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)

Galigali Galixon (ガリガリガリクソン, Garigari Garikuson, born 19 February 1986, in Itami, Hyōgo, Japan)[1] is a Japanese comedian. His real name is Yusuke Sakamoto (坂本 祐介, Sakamoto Yūsuke).

Galigali Galixon is represented with Yoshimoto Creative Agency in Osaka. He graduated from Kansai University First Junior High School and Kansai University First High School. Galigali Galixon won a degree from the Broadcasting Art College.

Filmography[edit]

TV series[edit]

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
Arabiki Dan TBS
The Iromonea TBS Cleared the "Gold Rush" for three weeks and won
Bakushō Red Carpet Fuji TV
Bakushō Pink Carpet Fuji TV
Bakushō Tryout NHK
On-Batt Plus NHK-G Resulted in one win and loss, up to 481 KB
Asa Para YTV
Jalker Maxon MBS
All That's Manzai MBS
Shun-gē! Best 10 ABC Ranked 49
Dai 41-kai Hatsumōde! Bakushō Hit Parad 2008 Fuji TV Didn't appear in the Shinshun Golden Pink Carpet
Owarai Dynamite! TBS
Umeka 24 KTV Episode 21, "Byōsatsu: No. 1 Gyagā Kettei-sen"
Kirin no Heya MBS Infomercial
Honban de~su! TV Tokyo Episode 42
Lincoln TBS 2 Hour Special
Sekaiichi Mijikai Gag-sai! Owarai Merry-go-round TBS Appeared in 21-seiki Edison corner
Muhaha no Takajin KTV
Ima-chan no "Jitsu wa..." ABC
Gokigen! Burannyu ABC As "Osaka Fat Boys" with Seitaro Mukai
Konya mo Hustle Sun TV Studio guest
Enta no Kamisama NTV
Oja Mama! F KTV
2009 Tu's Day Comics: Samurai Tuto TBS
2010 Hami Dasu Sainō Kyōiku Variety!! Koyabu Starion ABC
UnNan no Rough na Kanji de TBS
Kakyuun! KTV "Samurai Project – Sports Jikken Document: Nīto Geinin, Nihon vs. Cameroon o Cameroon de Totsugeki Ōen"
Zakkuri Senshi Piramekid TV Tokyo As Kuroike / Shirokuro Kaijin Daradarā
Seken no Uragawa nozoki mi Variety: Ura Mayo! KTV Thursday MC
2011 Ahoyanen! Sukiyanen! NHK Osaka
2012 Puripuri MBS "Odekake! Gariku Shun" reporter, regular Tuesday appearances [2][3]
2014 NMB48 Works Part-time So "Meccha" KTV Narration
Spa Sho Area Space Shower TV As the voice of heaven

TV drama[edit]

Year Title Role Network Ref.
2012 Lucky Seven Fuji TV
2015 Prison School Reiji "Andre" Ando MBS [4]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2015 Inside Out Train worker Japanese dub
2017 Gintama Redacted Scene Redacted

Radio[edit]

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
Ushi Bara MBS Radio
Pikapika High Heel MBS Radio
Radio Yoshimoto: Muccha Genki! Radio Osaka Thursday appearances
Radio Denden Town Radio Osaka
2016 Sumaraji W "Messenger Aihara no Yoru wa korekara! MBS Radio [5]

Advertisements[edit]

Title
Tomy Aero Spider

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ガリガリガリクソン" (in Japanese). Yoshimoto Kogyo. Retrieved 28 Oct 2016.
  2. ^ "イチから始める大阪マラソンへの道". Puripuri (in Japanese). Mainichi Broadcasting System. 3 Oct 2012. Retrieved 28 Oct 2016.
  3. ^ "ガリガリガリクソン完走も「もう嫌やぁ〜」と泣きじゃくる…大阪マラソン". Sports Hochi (in Japanese). 26 Nov 2012. Retrieved 28 Oct 2016.
  4. ^ "ガリガリガリクソン、ドラマ「監獄学園」で"優しいドM"アンドレ役". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 5 Sep 2015. Retrieved 28 Oct 2016.
  5. ^ "メッセンジャーあいはら、笑い飯哲夫の冠番組が10月MBSラジオでスタート". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 25 Sep 2016. Retrieved 28 Oct 2016.

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