Ikki Sawamura

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Ikki Sawamura
Born (1967-07-10) July 10, 1967 (age 49)
Kagoshima, Japan
Height 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
Website http://www.ken-on.co.jp/sawamura/index.html

Ikki Sawamura (沢村 一樹 Sawamura Ikki?, born July 10, 1967) is a Japanese model, film and television actor, and television presenter signed to Ken-On.

Biography[edit]

Ikki Sawamura was born in Kagoshima in 1967. After graduating from the local high school, he moved to Tokyo and started his career as a fashion model. In 1996, Sawamura debuted in a TV drama Matsuda no Drama as an actor. Since then, he has appeared in many television dramas and commercials. Sawamura married a Japanese ex-model in 2000, and has three sons.[1]

In public and some variety shows, Sawamura often portrays his character as a sexually perverted personality.[2][3] He is also a well known fan of Bruce Lee.[4] His hobbies are playing tennis, playing billiards and watching movies.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

  • Koi wa Maiorita. (恋は舞い降りた。?) (1997)
  • 7gatsu 24ka Dōri no Christmas (7月24日通りのクリスマス?) (2006)
  • Tsubakiyama Kachō no Nanokakan (椿山課長の七日間?) (2006)
  • Kafū o Machiwabite (カフーを待ちわびて?) (2009)
  • Gokusen The Movie (ごくせん THE MOVIE?) (2009)
  • Yamagata Scream (山形スクリーム?) (2009)
  • Thirteen Assassins (十三人の刺客?) (2010)
  • Kamen Rider Ghost the Movie: the 100 Eyecons and Ghost's Fateful Moment (劇場版 仮面ライダーゴースト: 100の眼魂とゴースト運命の瞬間?) (2016)

TV dramas[edit]

1996
  • Matsuda no Drama (松田のドラマ?)
  • Die Sterntaler 2 (続・星の金貨 Zoku Hoshi no Kinka?), as Toshiaki Yagami (矢上 俊明?)
1997
  • Kanojotachi no Kekkon (彼女たちの結婚?), as Tatsuya Asano (浅野 達也?)
  • Risō no Jōshi (理想の上司?), as Yūsuke Koreeda (是枝 雄介?)
  • Narita Rikon (成田離婚?), as Yōhei Motoki (元木 洋平?)
1998
  • Days, as guest appearance
  • Kurenawi (くれなゐ?), as Kaisuke Funadu (船津 海介?)
  • Sōzetsu! Yome Shūtome Sensō Rasetsu no Ie (凄絶!嫁姑戦争 羅刹の家?), as Itsurō Shinoda (篠田 逸郎?)
  • Happy Mania (ハッピーマニア?), as Gorō Kishiwada (岸和田 悟郎?)
1999
  • Kyūmei Byōtō 24ji (救命病棟24時?), as Masato Ochiai (落合 雅人?)
  • Shūmatsukon (週末婚?), as Hyō Ōmori (大森 豹?)
  • Shōshimin Kane (小市民ケーン?), as Tōru Kaga (加賀 徹?)
  • Shūmatsukon Special (週末婚スペシャル?), as Hyō Ōmori (大森 豹?)
  • Cheap Love (チープ・ラブ?), as Katsuaki Manabe (真鍋 克明?)
2000
  • Shomuni season 2 (ショムニ?), as Shintarō Kamiya (神谷 真太郎?)
  • Shotgun Marriage (できちゃった結婚 Dekichatta Kekkon?), as Shūzō Komatsubara (小松原 修造?)
2001
  • Tadaima Manshitsu (ただいま満室?), as Sō Makita (槙田 聡?)
  • Shin Omizu no Hanamichi (新・お水の花道?), as Hajime Suzuki (鈴木 一?)
  • Handoc!!! (ハンドク!!!?), as Ichiko Shindō (新堂一子?)
2002
  • Hito ni Yasashiku (人にやさしく?), as Kobayashi (小林?) in Ep.7
  • Gokusen season 1 (ごくせん?), as Tomoya Shinohara (篠原 智也?)
  • Shomuni season 3 (ショムニ?), as Shintarō Kamiya (神谷 真太郎?)
  • Toshiie to Matsu (利家とまつ?), as Takayama Ukon (高山 右近?)
  • Omiai Hōrōki (お見合い放浪記?), as Naoto Izaki (伊崎 尚人?) in Ep.1
2003
  • Shomuni Forever (ショムニ・FOREVER?), as Shintarō Kamiya (神谷 真太郎?)
  • Okaasan to Issho (お義母さんといっしょ?), as Okajima (岡島?) since Ep.7
  • Gokusen Special: Sayonara 3-nen D-gumi (ごくせんスペシャル・さよなら3年D組?), as Tomoya Shinohara (篠原 智也?)
  • OL Zenidō (OL銭道?), as Shin'ichi Kaneshiro (金城 真一?)
  • Nikoniko Nikki (ニコニコ日記?), as Kōtarō Takahashi (高橋 晃太郎?)
  • Shiroi Kyotō (白い巨塔?), as Noboru Kikukawa (菊川 昇?)
2004
  • Sky High 2 (スカイハイ2?), as Shō Kawamura (川村 翔?) in Ep.8,9
  • Reikan Bus Guide Jikenbo (霊感バスガイド事件簿?), as Shū Okita (沖田 修?) in Ep.1
  • Wonderful Life (ワンダフルライフ?), as Hiroya(or Yūya) Ryūzaki (竜崎 裕哉?)
  • Orange Days (オレンジデイズ?), as Haruki Fujii (藤井 ハルキ?)
  • Aa Tantei Jimusho (ああ探偵事務所?), as Matsudo (松戸?) in Ep.6
  • Chūshingura (忠臣蔵?), as Asano Takumi no Kami (浅野内匠頭?)
  • Nebaru Onna (ねばる女?), as Mitsuki Mizusawa (水沢 光輝?)
2005
  • Ame to Yume no Ato ni (雨と夢のあとに?), as Tomoharu Sakurai (桜井 朝晴?)
  • On'yado Kawasemi (御宿かわせみ?), as Genzaburō Une (畝 源三郎?) since chapter 3
  • Jokei Kazoku (女系家族?), as Ryōkichi Yajima (矢島 良吉?)
2006
  • Gachibaka! (ガチバカ!?), as Eiji Takeda (武田 栄二?)
  • Tokumei! Keiji Dongame (特命!刑事どん亀?), as Junpei Hiiragi (柊 順平?)
  • Machiben (マチベン?), as Kazunari Matsuo (松尾 一成?)
  • Bengoshi no Kuzu (弁護士のくず?), as Shingo Kuroda (黒田 真悟?) in Ep.6
  • Teruteru Ashita (てるてるあした?), as himself in Ep.7
  • CA to Oyobi! (CAとお呼びっ!?), as Toshihiko Minamida (南田 俊彦?)
  • Hanayome wa Yakudoshi! (花嫁は厄年ッ!?), as Tōru Inaba (稲葉 徹?) in Ep.1,3
2007
  • Konshū, Tsuma ga Uwaki shimasu (今週、妻が浮気します?), as Shin'ichirō Todoroki (轟 真一郎?)
  • Jigoku no Sata mo Yome Shidai (地獄の沙汰もヨメ次第?), as Sanshirō Morifuku (森福 三四郎?)
  • Hataraki Man (働きマン?), as Kimio Narita (成田 君男?)
  • Maison Ikkoku "Rōnin-hen" (めぞん一刻「浪人編」?), as Shun Mitaka (三鷹 瞬?)
2008
2011
  • Deka Wanko (デカワンコ?), as Kan'ichi Shigemura (重村完?)
2017
  • Hiyokko (ひよっこ?), as Minoru Yatabe (谷田部 実?)

Asami Mitsuhiko series[edit]

Asami Mitsuhiko series (浅見光彦シリーズ?) is a mystery novel series created by Japanese author Yasuo Uchida. Many of the novels have been made into 2 hour one-episode drama by several different networks with the different casts. Sawamura played the protagonist Mitsuhiko Asami from part 14 in the series originally aired on TBS.

  • Part 11 Shinkirō (蜃気楼?) as Masashi Takatsu (高津 雅志?) (October 26, 1998)
  • Part 14 Gotoba Densetsu Satsujin Jiken (後鳥羽伝説殺人事件?) (September 4, 2000)
  • Part 15 Shima Hantō Satsujin Jiken (志摩半島殺人事件?) (March 19, 2001)
  • Part 16 Bocchan Satsujin Jiken (坊ちゃん殺人事件?) (September 24, 2001)
  • Part 17 Onikōbe Satsujin Jiken (鬼首殺人事件?) (September 23, 2002)
  • Part 18 Hana no Shita nite (華の下にて?) (January 5, 2004)
  • Part 19 Nagasaki Satsujin Jiken (長崎殺人事件?) (April 12, 2004)
  • Part 20 Sōtoku Densetsu Satsujin Jiken (崇徳伝説殺人事件?) (March 14, 2005)
  • Part 21 Heike Densetsu Satsujin Jiken (平家伝説殺人事件?) (December 26, 2005)
  • Part 22 Sayo Hime Densetsu Satsujin Jiken (佐用姫伝説殺人事件?) (September 25, 2006)
  • Part 23 Ai Iro Kairō Satsujin Jiken (藍色回廊殺人事件?) (March 26, 2007)
  • Part 24 Hyōhaku no Gakujin (漂泊の楽人?) (October 15, 2007)
  • Part 25 Himejima Satsujin Jiken (姫島殺人事件?) (April 7, 2008)

Voice acting[edit]

Other works[edit]

TV shows[edit]

  • Ururun Taizaiki in Germany (September, 1998)
  • Ururun Taizaiki in China (April, 2001)
  • NEO - Office Chuckles - main cast (2005-ongoing)
  • Ai no Muchi - presenter (October–December, 2006)
  • The Future Professor Sawamura - presenter (October, 2007-April, 2008)
  • The Future Professor Sawamura Z - presenter (April, 2008-ongoing)
  • ITSUZAI - presenter (October, 2007-ongoing)
  • Tokyo-Kawaii TV - host (April, 2008-ongoing) [3]
  • 'Downtown no Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende!!- cameo in No-Laughing Spy Batsu game(December 2011)

Commercials[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kaiteki Kūkan Rakuen ni Sumau" (in Japanese). Nikkei Trendy Net L-cruise. Retrieved October 8, 2008. 
  2. ^ "Yaguchi Mari no Mune wa 2jigen? Ero-talk Zenkai no Sawamura Ikki, Shimoneta Kaiken?" (in Japanese). livedoor News. Archived from the original on September 29, 2008. Retrieved October 8, 2008. 
  3. ^ a b "Tokyo-Kawaii TV". NHK. Retrieved October 8, 2008. 
  4. ^ "Sawamura Ikki no Me, Kodomo no yōni Kagayaita sono saki ni Attamono (Toshigai)" (in Japanese). Jcast TV Watch. Retrieved October 8, 2008. 
  5. ^ "KEN-ON official profile" (in Japanese). KEN-ON. Retrieved October 8, 2008. 

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