Shun Oguri

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Shun Oguri
Native name 小栗 旬
Born (1982-12-26) December 26, 1982 (age 33)
Kodaira, Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation
Years active 1994–present
Height 1.84 m (6 ft 12 in)
Spouse(s) Yu Yamada (2012–present)
Children 1
Website www.ogurishun.net

Shun Oguri (小栗 旬 Oguri Shun?, born December 26, 1982) is a Japanese actor, voice actor and film director.[1]

Career[edit]

Shun made his TV debut in NHK's drama Hachidai Shogun Yoshimune in 1995. In 1998, by playing the bullied and abused child Noboru Yoshikawa in the drama Great Teacher Onizuka, Shun started to be recognized by the public. His act in that drama attracted the attention, and brought him bigger roles. In 2000, he played a deaf person in Summer Snow. Two years later, he starred in the popular drama Gokusen, in which he played a part of a bully, rather than the bullied as he did in Great Teacher Onizuka. In 2005, Shun lent his voice as a voice actor in Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa together with his brother Ryo Oguri.

Shun rose to prominence after his breakthrough role as 'Hanazawa Rui' in the popular drama Hana Yori Dango in 2005 and his first lead role as 'Shinichi Kudo' in the first Detective Conan live movie Detective Conan: Shinichi Kudo's Written Challenge in 2006. In 2007, he starred in the drama Hanazakari no Kimitachi e as 'Izumi Sano', cooperating with Toma Ikuta and Maki Horikita. In 2008, Oguri took up another lead drama role in Binbō Danshi by playing a poor college student named 'Kazumi Koyama'. At the same year, he played in the drama Tokyo Dogs as an American detective 'So Takakura' in the leading place. In 2009, Oguri lent his voice as a voice actor once again in Wangan Midnight as 'Akio Asakura'.

He reunited with Hana Yori Dango co-star Mao Inoue for the drama Jūi Dolittle (獣医ドリトル Veterinarian Dolittle?), which began airing in October 2010.[2]In 2012, he costarred with Satomi Ishihawa in Fuji TV's Rich man, poor woman as a young wealthy man 'Toru Hyuga', which earned him the first Best Actor award in 74th Drama Academy Award. He also starred in anime adapted drama Nobunaga Concerto, which was aired in 2014 as both 'Saburo' and 'Nobunaga Oda' and in live movie Lupin the third as Lupin III. In 2015, he reunited with Toma Ikuta after seven years in the TBS drama Ouroboros as 'Tatsuya Danno'.

Oguri is also a director. His first directorial debut was directing a commercial in 2009, but his first major directorial debut on the big screen was a movie titled Surely Someday, which was released in July 17, 2010 nationwide in Japan. Oguri cast several of his good friends within the entertainment industry in the movie, such as Keisuke Koide as the lead starring role, Actresses Mao Inoue and Aya Ueto as cameos and himself also made a cameo appearance in the movie.

Personal life[edit]

Shun Oguri married actress and model Yu Yamada on March 14, 2012.[3] Their first child was born in 2014.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

TV drama[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Hachidai Shogun Yoshimune Munemoto Tokugawa Period drama
Kaiki Club
1996 Hideyoshi Sakichi Taiga drama
Shōri no Megami
1997 Sore ga Kotae da!
1998 Great Teacher Onizuka Noboru Yoshikawa
2000 Aoi Tokugawa Sandai Hosokawa Tadatoshi Taiga drama
Ikebukuro West Gate Park Yoshikazu Episode 2 guest appearance
Summer Snow Jun Shinoda
Ashita o Dakishimete
Henshuo
2001 X Sensei Tekuri Hamazaki
Pure Soul Manabu Takahara
Cherry Hiroshi Yamazaki
Heart
Ao to Shiro de Mizuiro Takumi Kishida Television special
2002 Gokusen Haruhiko Uchiyama (Uchi)
2003 Tengoku no Daisuke e Daisuke Sato Television special
Okaasan to Issho Kensuke Aramaki
Gokusen Special Haruhiko Uchiyama (Uchi) Television special
Stand Up!! Kōji Enami
2004 Fire Boys Ken Yazawa Episode 2 guest appearance
Hungry Kid Four-episode drama
2005 Taika no Kaishin as Nakano Oenomiko Ōenomiko Nakano Two-episode drama
Kyumei Byoto 24 Ji 3 Kazuya Kono
Aikurushii Junichi Yaguchi
Yoshitsune Kagesue Kajiwara Period drama
Koto Shinichi Mizuki Television special
Hontō ni Atta Kowai Hanashi Weekly television special
Densha Otoko Munetaka Minamoto
24 no Hitomi
Hana Yori Dango Rui Hanazawa Fuji TV
2006 El Poporazzi ga Yuku!!
Yūki Hama Television special
Densha Otoko Deluxe Munetaka Minamoto
Detective Conan: Shinichi Kudo's Written Challenge Shinichi Kudo Television special, leading role
2007 Hana Yori Dango 2 Rui Hanazawa
Hanazakari no Kimitachi e Izumi Sano Leading role
Shinichi Kudo Returns! Showdown with the Black Organization Shinichi Kudo Leading role, television special
2008 Binbo Danshi Kazumi Koyama Leading role
Yume o Kanaeru Zo Kohei Nogami
Hanazakari no Kimitachi e Special Izumi Sano Television special
2009 Tenchijin Ishida Mitsunari Period drama
Smile Seiji Hayashi
Tokyo Dogs So Takakura Leading role
2010 Wagaya no Rekishi Ken Takakura Special role
Jūi Dolittle Kenichi Tottori Leading role
Kikoku Sublieutenant Kitani TBS Japan Special, Leading role
2012 Rich Man, Poor Woman Toru Hyuga Leading role
2013 Yae no Sakura Yoshida Shoin Supporting role, Taiga drama
Woman Aoyagi Shin Supporting role
2014 Oiesan Naokichi Kaneko
Border: Keishicho Sosa Ikka Satsujinhan Sosa Dai 4-gakkari Ango Ishikawa Leading role
Nobunaga Concerto Saburo, Nobunaga Oda and Akechi Mitsuhide Leading roles
Oyaji no Senaka Torao Kitabeppu (adult) Episode 10
2015 Ouroboros Tatsuya Danno Leading role
Kōnodori Hiroyuki Nagai

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Shiawase Kazoku Keiga Hirose
2002 Hitsuji no Uta Takashiro
2003 Azumi Nachi
Robot Contest Koichi Aida
Spring Story Kei Leading role
2004 Haken Kuroitsu no Tsubasa Rikuo
Is. A Yuya Kaitsu
2005 The Neighbor No. Thirteen Murasaki Juzo
Azumi 2 Ginkaku
Life on the Long Board Kenta
Reincarnation Kazuya Onishi
2006 Gigolo Wannabe Ryohei Leading role
Ghost Train Shunichi
2007 Sakuran Florist Cameo Appearance
Kisaragi Iemoto Leading role
Sukiyaki Western Django Akira
Crows Zero Genji Takiya Leading role
Surf's Up Cody Maverick Leading role, Japanese dub
2008 Hana Yori Dango Final Rui Hanazawa Supporting role
Hebi ni Piasu Cameo appearance
Crows Zero 2 Genji Takiya Leading role
2009 Gokusen: The Movie Haruhiko Uchiyama (Uchi) Supporting role
Tajomaru Hatakeyama Naomitsu/Tajomaru Leading role
2010 Surely Someday Policeman B Cameo appearance/director
Bayside Shakedown 3: Set the Guys Loose Seiichi Torikai Supporting role
2011 Gaku Sanpo Shimazaki Leading role
The Woodsman and the Rain Koichi Supporting role
2012 Uchū Kyōdai (Space Brothers: Let's Go to Space, Brother) Nanba Mutta Leading role
Arakawa Under the Bridge - The Movie Village leader Sonchou
2013 Shônen H (A Boy Called H) Noodle shop worker Supporting role
2014 Lupin III[4] Arsène Lupin III Leading role
2015 Galaxy Turnpike Hatoya Supporting role
2016 Nobunaga Concerto - The Movie Saburo / Oda Nobunaga / Akechi Mitsuhide Leading role
Terra Formars Dr. Ko Honda Supporting role
Museum Detective Hisashi Sawamura Leading role
2017 Tsuioku Keita Tadokoro Supporting role
2017 Gin Tama Gintoki Sakata Leading role

Anime[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa Alfons Heiderich
2006 Jyu-Oh-Sei "Third"/Sigurd Heiza
Dōbutsu no Mori Totakeke
2007 Wangan Midnight Akio Asakura Lead role
2008 Highlander: The Search for Vengeance Colin MacLeod Leading role
2010 Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin Mario Minakami Leading role
2012 Doraemon: Nobita and the Island of Miracles—Animal Adventure Shun Amaguri Supporting role
2012 Guskō Budori no Denki Budori Leading role
2013 Space Pirate Captain Harlock Captain Harlock Leading role
2014 Nobunaga Concerto Narrator Narrator
2014 Doraemon: New Nobita's Great Demon—Peko and the Exploration Party of Five Sarbel Supporting role
2016 One Piece: Heart of Gold Mad Treasure Supporting role

Bibliography[edit]

Photo books[edit]

  • So (27 October 2003)
  • Oguri Note (26 December 2006)
  • High (21 September 2007)
  • Shun x Genji (October 2007)

Books[edit]

  • Dōkyū sei: Aoi no Foto Essei Series -Personart- (25 March 2005)
  • Oguri Shun First Stage (27 September 2006)

Essays[edit]

  • I love movie,You love movie? in Shukan Zipper
  • Oguri Shunpo Danyū Kurabu (Kinema Shunpo-sha)

Stage[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Color Jū Yamazaki
2000 Jinsei wa Gatagoto Ressha ni Notte
2003 Uchū de Ichiban Hayai Tokei Fox-Trot
2003 Hamlet Fortinbras
2004 Joker Mitsuhashi
2004 As You Like It Orlando
2005 Gūzen no Ongaku Jack Pozzi
2006 The Comedy of Errors Antipholus of Ephesus, Antipholus of Syracuse Leading role, dual role
2006 Titus Andronicus Aaron
2007 As You Like It Orlando
2007 Caligula Caligula Leading role
2008 Musashi[5] Sasaki Kojirō
2011 A Clockwork Orange[6] Alex DeLarge Leading role
2011 Dokurojo no Shinichijin aka Seven Souls in the Skull Castle Sutenosuke Leading role
2014 One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest[7] Randle P. McMurphy Lead role
2015 Red Ken Second Lead

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2007 TVnavi Magazine Drama Awards Best Supporting Actor[8] Hanazakari no Kimitachi e Won
MTV Student Voice Awards Best Actor Won
Annual Drama Grand Prix Awards Best Supporting Actor Hana Yori Dango 2 Won
2008 Elan d'or Awards Newcomer Award[9] Won
16th Hashida Awards Newcomer Award[10] Won
Japan Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards Best Actor Won
21st DVD Data Awards Best Talent Award[11] Won
45th Golden Arrow Awards Broadcast Drama Department Award[12] Won
17th Japan Movie Critics Awards Best Actor[13] Crows Zero Won
17th Annual Drama TV Life Awards Supporting Actor Award Won
MTV Student Voice Awards Best Actor[14] Won
1st Eigakan Taisho Awards Grand Prize Award[15] Nominated
2012 16th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix Best Actor Rich Man, Poor Woman Won
74th The Television Drama Academy Awards Best Actor Won

References[edit]

[16]

  1. ^ "Shun Oguri directs a movie". Tokyograph. 2009-06-03. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 
  2. ^ "Shun Oguri, Mao Inoue reunite in "Veterinarian Dolittle" drama". Tokyograph. 2010-08-23. Retrieved 2010-08-24. 
  3. ^ "Oguri Shun, Yamada Yu to marry on March 14". Tokyograph. 2012-03-12. Retrieved 2012-03-18. 
  4. ^ "She came, she stole and she conquered". The Japan Times. 2014-08-28. Retrieved 2014-08-31. 
  5. ^ "Fujiwara, Oguri to share stage in "Musashi"". Tokyograph. 2008-05-28. Retrieved 2015-08-31. 
  6. ^ "Shun Oguri to star in stage version of "A Clockwork Orange"". Tokyograph. 2010-07-27. Retrieved 2010-07-29. 
  7. ^ "‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ still flies in the face of oppression". Japan Times. 2014-07-23. Retrieved 2014-07-27. 
  8. ^ ""Karei Naru Ichizoku" named Drama of the Year". Tokyograph. 2008-03-16. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 
  9. ^ "2008 Elan d'or Awards". Tokyograph. 2008-02-07. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 
  10. ^ "Oguri, Inoue win Hashida Awards". Tokyograph. 2008-05-11. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 
  11. ^ ""Death Note" wins DVD Data Award". Tokyograph. 2008-06-23. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 
  12. ^ "Golden Arrow Awards: Aragaki wins big". Tokyograph. 2008-03-04. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 
  13. ^ "17th Japan Movie Critics Awards". Tokyograph. 2008-03-13. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 
  14. ^ "Student Voice Awards: Oguri wins again". Tokyograph. 2008-08-28. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 
  15. ^ "Matsuyama wins Eigakan Taisho". Tokyograph. 2008-05-17. Retrieved 2009-12-12. 
  16. ^ Nobuko Tanaka, "Shun Oguri faces off with an artistic master in ‘Red’", The Japan Times, August 20, 2015. Retrieved January 09, 2016.

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