Takumi Saitoh

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Takumi Saitoh
Saito Takumi from "The Sowing Traveller 3" at Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival 2016 (33260237410).jpg
Saitoh at Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival, 2016.
Born (1981-08-22) August 22, 1981 (age 37)
NationalityJapanese
OccupationActor, model, singer
Years active1996–present
Height1.84 m (6 ft 12 in)[1]

Takumi Saitoh (斎藤工, Saitō Takumi, born August 22, 1981 in Tokyo)[1] is a Japanese model, actor, film director[2] and photographer.[3]

Movies[edit]

TV shows[edit]

  • Taiho shichauzo (You're Under Arrest) (TV Asahi, 2002) as Mizushima Tomoya
  • RPG – Role Playing Game (NHK, 2003) as Tatsuya Ishiguro
  • Ai to Shihon Shugi (WOWOW dramaW, 2003) as Takashi
  • Be-Bop High School (TBS, 2004) as Ikeda Tsuyoshi
  • Katouke he Irasshai (Nagoya TV, 2004) as Nakamura Youichi
  • Tokyo michi ka (Fuji TV, 2004)
  • Higuchi Ichiyo Monogatari (TBS, 2004) as Baba Kochou
  • Umizaru TV (Fuji TV, 2005) as Shinji Tadokoro
  • GARO (TV Tokyo, 2005)
  • Princess Princess D (TV Asahi, 2006) as Shuuya Arisada
  • Delicious Gakuin (2007) as Carlo Sasayama
  • Este (2007) as Shikishima Shichiri
  • Kaze no Hate (NHK, 2007) as Sugiyama Shikanosuke
  • Full Swing (NHK, 2008) as Hiroshi Wakamatsu
  • Shichinin no Onna Bengoshi (TVasahi, 2008) Ep. 5 as Momotarou
  • Otokomae! (NHK, 2008) as Takeda Shinsaburo
  • Oya Koukou Play (MBS 2008) as Yuuzo
  • Mito Komon (TBS 2009)Season 39 Ep.14 as Yamazaki Shingo
  • Gokusen Graduation Special '09 (NTV 2009) as Mamiya
  • Otokomae! 2 (NHK, 2009) as Takeda Shinsaburo
  • Fumou Chitai (Fuji TV, 2009) as Makoto Iki
  • Chase – Kokuzei Sasatsukan (NHK, 2010) as Kiichi Hiyama
  • Kurohyo Ryu ga Gotoku Shinsho (MBS, TBS, 2010) as Tatsuya Ukyo
  • GeGeGe no Nyōbō (NHK, 2010) as Akira Komine[4]
  • Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (Fuji TV, 2011) as Hokuto Umeda
  • Kurohyo Ryu ga Gotoku Shinsho (Season 2) (MBS, TBS, 2012) as Tatsuya Ukyo
  • Hirugao: Heijitsu Gogo 3 ji no Koibito tachi (Fuji TV, 2014) as Yuichiro Kitano
  • Akira and Akira (WOWOW, 2017) as Akira Yamazaki
  • BG Personal Bodyguard (TV Asahi, 2018) as Masaya Takanashi
  • Hanbun, Aoi (NHK, 2018) as Shōhei Motosumiyoshi
  • Shiroi Kyotō (TV Asahi, 2019) as Tōru Sekiguchi

Stage performances[edit]

Discography[edit]

  • Musical Tennis no Ohjisama Best Actor Series 004
Cover Info Tracks List
Musical Tennis no Ohjisama Best Actor Series 004

Takumi Saito as Yuushi Oshitari and Ruito Aoyagi as Gakuto Mukahi
Release date: July 26, 2006
Catalog number: NECA-23004
01. Instrumental ~ On My Way DL3 ver
02. Katsu no wa Hyotei
03. 03 Do Your Best! - RAP!ver
04. Instrumental ~ Kounai ranking sen
05. Instrumental ~ Kawa kokuji ni te
06. 06 Makezugirai ~ Yuushi and Gakuto Edition
07. Bohemian Blue
08. Jump to It!!
09. Missing Piece
10. Saito Takumi & Aoyagi Ruito Message For You
  • Saigo no Christmas [limited edition CD single]
Cover Info Tracks List
Saigo no Christmas – From The play ["The Family"]

Release date: February 2, 2008
01. Saigo no Christmas

02. Saigo no Christmas (Instrumental)

  • Kokoro no Gururi – [Album]
Cover Info Tracks List
Takumi Saitoh's First Mini Album – Kokoro no Gururi

Release date: December 5, 2007
01. Saisyo to saigo no sorae
02. Arifureta mono mitaini
03. Duralumin
04. Cheap Gold
05. Kanashikute yarikirenai(Cover Version)
06. Tsuki no fune
07. Trekker (Bonus Track)

Radio shows[edit]

  • Takumizm (2009)
  • Takumizm (2008)
  • Takumizm (2007)
  • Bug A Map (Bay 78fm, 2006)

DVD specials[edit]

Search for my roots in Thailand Chapter 1 – Chapter 2 – Chapter 3

Search for my roots in China Chapter 1 – Chapter 2 – Chapter 3

"CALLING" Idol dvd

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Saitō Takumi" 斎藤工 [Takumi Saitoh] (in Japanese). Blue Bear House. Retrieved December 6, 2018.
  2. ^ Hernon, Matthew (October 3, 2016). "Takumi Saitoh: Growing up with film". The Japan Times. Retrieved December 6, 2018.
  3. ^ "Takumi Saitoh". Blue Bear House. Retrieved December 6, 2018.
  4. ^ ゲゲゲの女房 (2010) (in Japanese). Allcinema.net. Retrieved 2010-12-18.

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