Kyōhei Shibata

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Kyōhei Shibata
Born (1951-08-18) August 18, 1951 (age 72)
Shizuoka, Japan
Occupation(s)Actor, singer
Years active1975–present
Height1.76 m (5 ft 9+12 in)

Kyōhei Shibata (柴田恭兵, Shibata Kyōhei, born August 18, 1951 in Shizuoka, Japan) is a Japanese actor and singer.[1] Shibata made his television debut in 1977 with "Daitokai Part II as a guest.[2] In 1978, Shibata made his first regular appearance in the police drama Daitsuiseki.[3] Following year, he played a leading role for the first time in TV drama series Akai Arashi on TBS.[2] In 1980, he won his first major award at the Elan d'or Awards for his role in Oretachi wa Tenshi da! . Shibata won great popularity through his role in Abunai Deka series.[4][2]




  • Chi-n-pi-ra (1984), Yōichi
  • Abunai Deka (1987), Yūji Ōshita
  • Mata Mata Abunai Deka (1988), Yūji Ōshita
  • Mottomo Abunai Deka (1989), Yūji Ōshita
  • Fukuzawa Yukichi (1991), Fukuzawa Yukichi
  • Bloom in the Moonlight (1993), Kōda Rohan
  • Abunai Deka Returns (1996), Yūji Ōshita
  • Abunai Deka Forever: The Movie (1998), Yūji Ōshita
  • 69 (2004), Ken's father
  • Half a Confession (2004), Detective Kazumasa Shiki
  • Mada Mada Abunai Deka (2005), Yūji Ōshita
  • Hagetaka: The Movie (2009), Takeo Shibano
  • Saraba Abunai Deka (2016), Yūji Ōshita
  • The Confidence Man JP: Episode of the Princess (2020)





Year Award Category Work Result
1980 4th Elan d'or Awards Newcomer of the Year Himself Won
1987 10th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Supporting Actor Yabanjin no Yo ni, Michi Nominated
1992 15th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Actor Fukuzawa Yukichi, ![ai-ou] Nominated
1995 18th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Actor Shūdan Sasen Nominated
2005 28th Japan Academy Film Prize Best Supporting Actor Half a Confession Nominated


  1. ^ 柴田恭兵. 日本タレント名鑑 (in Japanese). Retrieved April 11, 2016.
  2. ^ a b c "Kyōhei Shibata profile". Retrieved August 5, 2021.
  3. ^ NTV火曜9時 アクションドラマの世界 「大都会」から「プロハンター」まで』 第三章「大追跡」(p.174 - 176)
  4. ^ 日本映画人名事典 上巻 P.771 1995
  5. ^ "武田信玄". The Television. Retrieved June 19, 2022.
  6. ^ "スティング". The Cinema. Retrieved February 12, 2023.
  7. ^ "バルト". Universal Studios. Retrieved February 2, 2022.

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