Hiroaki Ogi

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Hiroaki Ogi
Birth name Hiroaki Kogi
Native name 小木 博明
Born (1971-08-16) 16 August 1971 (age 47)
Tokiwa, Itabashi, Tokyo
Education Tokyo Metropolitan Kitano High School
Spouse
Naho Moriyama (m. 2006)
"not for 'musical artist'; not shown in 'presenter'"
Partner(s) Ken Yahagi
Relative(s)
Website Profile by Jinrikisha

Hiroaki Ogi (小木 博明, Ogi Hiroaki, born 16 August 1971) is a Japanese comedian who has regular appearances in a number of television shows as well as portraying roles in television drama series. He was born Hiroaki Kogi (小木 博明, Kogi Hiroaki).

He is the Boke and tsukkomi of OgiYahagi, partnered with Ken Yahagi.

Ogi is nicknamed Ogi-kun (小木くん), Sense Ogi (センス小木, Sensu Ogi), and Oggy-bun (オギーブン, Ogībun). Some younger entertainers such as Bananaman and Teruyuki Tsuchida called him Ogi-san (小木さん) regardless if they are his senior or junior.

He is affiliated with Production Jinrikisha.

Appearances[edit]

Regular TV appearances[edit]

  • Music Engine "OgiYahagi Ogi no 37-Sai de gakki Hajimete mimashita!" (Music Air, 2 Oct 2008 –)
  • Akuma no Keiyaku ni Sign (29 Oct 2008 – 18 Feb 2009, TBS)
  • Tamori Club (TV Asahi) occasional appearances
  • AKB48 Neshin TV Season 4 – (4 Jul 2010 —, Family Gekijo)
  • Bratto Shitto (7 Jul – 29 Sep 2011, Kansai TV)
  • OgiYahagi Ogi no Natsuhachi-tō! 80's no Aishi-kata (10 Dec 2011 –, Family Gekijo)
  • Matsukoi: Ogi no ¥ Dōchū: Moddezzo Yamagata (15 Jul – 30 Sep 2013, Sakuranbo Television)
  • Kinina Room (6 Sep 2014 –, Dlife)[3]
  • Chotto Zawatsuku Image Chōsa: Moshikashite Zureteru? (23 Jan – 25 Dec 2017, KTV)

TV dramas[edit]

  • Densha Otoko (Jul–Sep 2005, Fuji TV) – as clerk at restaurant entrance
  • Nagoya Yomeiri Monogatari (Tōkai TV, Fuji TV)
  • Unubore Deka Episode 5 "Sweet Tooth" (6 Aug 2010, TBS) – as Yohei Maehara
  • Uten Chūshi Nine (12 May – 2 Jun 2015, TV Tokyo) – as Ogi[4]
  • Cook Keibu no Bansan-kai Episode 1 (20 (19 at night) Oct 2016, TBS) – as Hisashi Taguchi[5]

Films[edit]

Theatre[edit]

  • Jinjō Ningen Zero (28–30 Mar 2008)

Others[edit]

  • Minna no Keiba (Fuji TV), when the programme was occasionally doubled, there was a case where a live performance was done on a secondary audio channel.[6]
    • 44th Niigata Kinen (31 Aug 2008)
    • 50th American Jockey Club Cup (25 Jan 2009)
    • 46th Niigata Kinen (29 Aug 2010)
    • 57th Allcomer (23 Sep 2012)
  • Honoo-no Taiiku-kai TV (TBS)[7]
  • Tetsurō Degawa no Jūden sa sete moraemasen ka? (TV Tokyo)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "小木博明、義母・森山良子と住む3億円豪邸に1億円を出す". News Post Seven (in Japanese). 6 Apr 2017. Retrieved 7 Aug 2018.
  2. ^ "おぎやはぎ小木博明 義理の弟・森山直太朗の結婚相手を絶賛". livedoor (in Japanese). 18 May 2018. Retrieved 7 Aug 2018.
  3. ^ "おぎやはぎ・小木博明らが危険トーク連発!「キニナルーム。」がスタート!!". Walker Plus (in Japanese). 3 Sep 2014. Retrieved 1 Aug 2018.
  4. ^ "おぎやはぎ、かもめんたる出演『雨天中止ナイン』DVD発売記念イベント開催" (in Japanese). CDJournal News. 8 Sep 2014. Retrieved 1 Aug 2018.
  5. ^ "おぎやはぎ小木が女優のマネージャー役、柄本佑主演ドラマの初回ゲスト". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). 18 Oct 2016. Retrieved 1 Aug 2018.
  6. ^ Not compatible with Dream Keiba, etc.
  7. ^ "芸人VSなでしこJAPAN「炎の体育会TV」初回でサッカー対決". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). 10 Oct 2011. Retrieved 2 Aug 2018.

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