Jimmy Onishi

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Jimmy Onishi
Native name
ジミー大西
Born
大西 秀明 (Ōnishi Hideaki)

(1964-01-01) January 1, 1964 (age 55)
Yao, Osaka, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Other namesJimmy-chan (ジミーちゃん, Jimī-chan)
Education
  • Yao Municipal Annaka Elementary School
  • Yao Tatsunaru Method Junior High School
  • Daisho Large Sakai High School
OccupationPainter, comedian
Years active1982–
AgentYoshimoto Creative Agency
Known for
Height1.64 m (5 ft 5 in)

Jimmy Onishi (ジミー大西, Jimī Ōnishi, born 1 January 1964, in Yao, Osaka, Japan)[1] is a Japanese painter and comedian. His real name is Hideaki Onishi (大西 秀明, Ōnishi Hideaki), in which his given name is a combination of Hide () from daimyo Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Aki () means "bright" which relates to the New Year celebrations and he is born in New Year's Day.[2]

Onishi is represented with Yoshimoto Creative Agency.

Filmography[edit]

TV series[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
1985 Waiwai Saturday ABC
Kindon! Hakkeyōi Waratta! Fuji TV
Ore-tachi Hyōkinzoku Fuji TV
Hyōkin Yobikō Fuji TV
1990 Waratte Iitomo! Fuji TV Friday appearances
Quiz Sekai wa Show by Shobai NTV
Akashiya TV MBS
Downtown no Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende!! NTV Occasional appearances
Quiz! Atatte 25% TBS
Video Anata ga Shuyaku TV Asahi Occasional appearances
Knight Scoop ABC
Susume! Cliff Hanger Bōken-tai CBC TV
Inochi no Hibiki TBS
2011 Higashino Okamura no Tabizaru NTV

TV dramas[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1989 Sanma Akashiya Satsujin Jiken Fuji TV
1991 Yonimo Kimyona Monogatari Train passenger Fuji TV
2018 Jimmy Himself Netflix

Films[edit]

Year Title Role
1996 Nanohana Haitatsu-bin Saburo Morikawa
2018 Nomitori Samurai

Others[edit]

Year Title Network
2001 Kemuri Haruka ni: Sekai SL Kikō Sweet Sugar Train –Cuba– NHK

Advertisements[edit]

Year Title Notes
Hitachi "Akarui Wa" Narration
1990 Kagome "Two Shot"
1996 One Cup Ōzeki Co-starring with Masakazu Tamura
2003 Japan Racing Association Co-starring with Sanma Akashiya
2012 Jumbo Takarakuji Co-starring with Takuya Kimura

Bibliography[edit]

Art books[edit]

Year Title
2008 Masshiro: Jimmy Onishi Gashū

Diaries[edit]

Year Title
1992 Jimmy-chan no Kimochi E~nikki

Photo diaries[edit]

Year Title
1997 Tenneniro Nikki

Photo books[edit]

Year Title
1995 Homeland
2001 Toten-kun no Orchestra
2002 Chīsana Hanabi no Himitsu

Calendars[edit]

Year Title
2001 Jimmy Onishi Sakuhin-shū: Calendar 2002
2002 Jimmy Onishi Sakuhin-shū: Calendar 2003
2003 Jimmy Onishi Sakuhin-shū: 2004-nendo Calendar
2004 Jimmy Onishi Sakuhin-shū: 2005-nendo Calendar

Documents[edit]

Year Title
2002 htwi No. 9 Artist, Jimmy Onishi no Kiseki: Art Magazine

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ジミー大西". Yoshimoto Creative Agency (in Japanese). Yoshimoto Kogyo. Retrieved 24 Sep 2016.
  2. ^ "TVでた蔵「2016年2月14日放送 ダウンタウンのガキの使いやあらへんで!!」" (in Japanese). Wire Action. 14 Feb 2016. Retrieved 24 Sep 2016.

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