Ryuta Sato

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Ryuta Sato
Native name 佐藤 隆太
Born (1980-02-27) February 27, 1980 (age 38)
Meguro, Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Education
  • Nihon University Sakuragaoka High School
  • Nihon University College of Art
Occupation Actor, tarento
Years active 1999–
Agent K Factory
Known for
Home town Japan
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)[1]

Ryuta Sato (佐藤 隆太, Satō Ryūta, born February 27, 1980, in Meguro, Tokyo, Japan)[2] is a Japanese actor and tarento represented by K Factory.

Sato graduated from Nihon University Sakuragaoka High School and Nihon University College of Art. He is classmates with Kunihiro Suda at university. Sato is married[3] and has two children.[4]

Filmography[edit]

TV series[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
1999 Warui Onna: Yūwaku o Uru Onna Goro Chikura TBS
2000 Ikebukuro West Gate Park Masa Mori TBS
2001 Hero Yuichi Akatsuka Fuji TV Episode 7
Heaven Cannot Wait Kinya Aikawa TBS
2002 Kisarazu Cat's Eye Shingo "Master" Okabayashi TBS
Tensai Yanagisawa Kyōju no Seikatsu Hiromitsu Onda Fuji TV
2003 Tramps Like Us Yuta Ishida TBS
Otokoyu Harushin Baba / Aka Voyager Fuji TV
Otokoyu 2 Harushin Baba Fuji TV
Manhattan Love Story TBS
2004 Pride Makoto Shimamura Fuji TV
Dream Maker TV BS Fuji
Runner's High Takeshi Iwami Fuji TV
Tokyo-wan Kei Yoshio Hayase Fuji TV
Boku to Kanojo to Kanojo no Ikiru Michi Fuji TV
2005 Rikon Bengoshi Fuji TV
Umizaru Tetsuya Yoshioka Fuji TV
2006 Satomi Hakkenden Inukawa Sōsuke Yoshitō TBS
Rondo Hide TBS
Gal Circle Makoto Ichinose NTV
Tokyo Tower Okan to Boku to, Tokidoki, Oton Enomoto Fuji TV
2007 Fūrin Kazan Heizo Yazaki NHK G
Tsubasa no Oreta Tenshi-tachi Yuki Nagasaka Fuji TV Episode 1
Mama ga Ryōri o Tsukuru Riyū Tomoyuki Murai Fuji TV
Bambino! Nozomi Katori NTV
Utahime Croissant no Matsu TBS
2008 Rookies Koichi Kawafuji TBS Lead role
2009 Konkatsu! Shigeru Fukasawa Fuji TV
2010 Massuguna Otoko Kenichiro Matsushima Fuji TV Lead role
Bungo: Nihon Bungaku Cinema: Remon Kajii TBS Lead role
Wagaya no Rekishi Muneo Yame Fuji TV
2011 Propose Kyōdai: Umare-jun Betsu Otoko ga Kekkon Suru Hōhō Ichiro Yamada Fuji TV Lead role
Netchū Jidai Daichi Nagumo NTV Lead role
Jin Shusuke Azuma TBS
Hikaru Hekiga Kikuo Sone TV Asahi Lead role
Nankyoku Tairiku Michio Ando TBS
2012 Mō Yūkai Nante Shinai Kazuki Komoto Fuji TV
Mōsō sōsa: Koichi Kuwakata Jun Kyōju no Stylish na Seikatsu Koichi Kuwakata TV Asahi Lead role
Cleopatra na Onna-tachi Minetaro Kishi NTV Lead role
2013 Detarame Hero Kenta Kusumi NTV Lead role
Legal High Hikari Ayukawa Fuji TV Episode 2
2014 Shitsuren Chocolatier Seinosuke Rikudo Fuji TV
Hitojichi no Rōdoku-kai Seiichi Nakahara WOWOW Lead role
Fuyō no Hito: Fuji Sanchō no Tsuma Nonaka Itaru NHK G
Sakura: Jiken o Kiku Onna Masato Takeuchi TBS
2015 Hana Moyu Maehara Issei NHK G
Alone in Love Ryuichi Kitajima NTV
Heat Atsushi Goda Fuji TV
2016 Naomi to Kanako Tatsuro Hattori, Tatsuki Hayashi Fuji TV Dual role [5]
Hinoko Toru Ikemoto Fuji TV [6]
Boku no Yabai Tsuma Seiichiro Soma Fuji TV [7]
2018 Otouto no Otto Yaichi NHK [8]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2000 Tales of the Unusual Rocker
2001 Ashita wa Kitto... Yuji Terajima
2003 Sayonara, Kuro Mamoru Saito
Rockers Nikichi "Gaku-chan" Anai
Kisarazu Cat's Eye Nihon Series Shingo "Master" Okabayashi
2004 Jump Convenience store clerk
2005 Lorelei: The Witch of the Pacific Ocean Kikuo Kiyonaga
All About My Dog Katsuhiko
Madamada Abunaideka Shuichi Mizushima
The Booth Shingo Katsumata Lead role [9]
2006 Limit of Love Umizaru Tetsuya Yoshioka
Mamiya kyodai Kota
Damejin Ryosuke Lead role
Tokyo Friends: The Movie Kenichi Satomi
Kisarazu Cat's Eye World Series Shingo "Master" Okabayashi
7-tsuki 24-nichi-dōri no Christmas Yoshio Moriyama
2007 Tsukigami Kobungo
Ratatouille Linguini Dubbing
2008 Gachi Boy Ryoichi Igarashi / Marilyn Kamen Lead role
2009 Rookies: Graduation Koichi Kawafuji Lead role
2010 The Last Message: Umizaru Tetsuya Yoshioka
Onii-chan no Hanabi Arima
2011 Manzai Gang Hiotto Kurosawa Lead role
Rock: Wanko no Shima Matsuo Noyama Lead role
2012 Brave Hearts: Umizaru Tetsuya Yoshioka
Tenchi: The Samurai Astronomer Gieki Murase
Tsunagu Koichi Tsuchiya
2014 Akumu-chan Kosuke Shibui
Tokyo Tribe Terra
2017 Fullmetal Alchemist Maes Hughes [10]
Daytime Shooting Star Yukichi Kumamoto
2019 Kyō mo Iyagarase Bentō

Radio[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2007 Jiyū to Ryuta Sato to Ractise Tokyo FM

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Summers no Ōtake ga Guest ni Natchau no Ka yo!?" Waratte Iitomo! Fuji Television. 5 Apr 2011.
  2. ^ "佐藤 隆太" (in Japanese). K Factory. Retrieved 14 May 2016. 
  3. ^ "佐藤隆太、「結婚します!」記者会見で報告". Asahi.com (in Japanese). Asahi Shimbun. 14 Jul 2009. Retrieved 14 May 2016. 
  4. ^ "佐藤隆太、次女誕生を生報告「すごくハッピー」" (in Japanese). Oricon. 1 Aug 2014. Archived from the original on 10 August 2014. Retrieved 14 May 2016. 
  5. ^ "「ナオミとカナコ」に吉田羊ら出演決定" (in Japanese). Daily Sports. 24 Nov 2015. Retrieved 14 May 2016. 
  6. ^ "伊武雅刀・木南晴夏・佐藤隆太ら、新生土ドラ第1弾『火の粉』に出演決定" (in Japanese). Excite News. 2 Mar 2016. Retrieved 14 May 2016. 
  7. ^ "伊藤英明:4月期ドラマで不倫男に ヤバイ妻役に木村佳乃". Mantan Web (in Japanese). Mainichi Shimbun Digital. 5 Mar 2016. Retrieved 14 May 2016. 
  8. ^ Komatsu, Mikikazu. "NHK BS Premium to Air TV Drama Adaptation of Gengoroh Tagame's LGBT-Themed Manga "My Brother's Husband"". Crunchyroll. Retrieved 15 February 2018. 
  9. ^ "新たなる恐怖を体感!"絶対恐怖"『プレイ』『ブース』完成記者会見!" (in Japanese). Cinema Topics Online. Retrieved 14 May 2016. 
  10. ^ "Live-Action Fullmetal Alchemist Film's On-Set Photos Show Yamada in Costume as Ed". Anime News Network. June 8, 2016. Retrieved August 28, 2016. 

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