Hayato Ichihara

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Hayato Ichihara
Native name 市原 隼人
Born (1987-02-06) February 6, 1987 (age 30)
Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Actor
Years active 1999–present

Hayato Ichihara (市原 隼人, Ichihara Hayato, February 6, 1987) is a Japanese actor who is best known for his roles in film and television, including the 2001 film All About Lily Chou-Chou. In 2009 he was voted one of Oricon's "fresh Stars" of the year.[1] In 2009 he was also voted the 4th most attractive male celebrity in a swimsuit.[2] In 2011 in a poll by NTT DoCoMo Ichihara was voted as having the 7th best abs based on 1,720 votes.[3]

Movies[edit]

Television series[edit]

  • Long Love Letter (Fuji TV / 2002)
  • Vitamin F (NHK / 2002)
  • Hitonatsu no Papa e (2003)
  • Drop-out Teacher Returns to School(TBS / 2003)
  • The Way I Live (Fuji TV / 2003)
  • Water Boys 2 (Fuji TV / 2004)
  • Waltz of Her Heart (NTV / 2004)
  • Aikurushii (2005)
  • Rookies (TBS / 2008)
  • Saru Lock (NTV / 2009)
  • Runaways: For Your Love (TBS / 2011) - Ataru Katsuragi
  • Hidamari no Ki (NHK / 2012)
  • Karamazov no kyodai (Fuji TV / 2013) - Isao Kuraosawa
  • Fukigen na Kajitsu (TV Asahi / 2016) - Michihiko Kudō
  • Kimi ni sasageru Emblem (Fuji TV / 2017)
  • Onna jōshu Naotora (NHK / 2017) - Ketsuzan
  • Riba-su (TBS / 2017) - Tanihara
  • Chinmoku Hōtei (WOWOW / 2017)

Book[5][edit]

  • 2006 Personal Photo Book「ぴーす」
  • 2009 写真集「HAYATO×JUNON LIFE」
  • 2009 Photo&Word Book「HigH LifE」
  • 2011 3rdフォトブック「VOLTAGE」
  • 2015 「G 市原隼人」

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