Yuki Kohara

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Yuki Kohara
小原 裕貴
Born (1980-05-21) May 21, 1980 (age 37)
Okayama, Japan
Occupation
Years active
  • 1991–2000
  • 2017
Agent Johnny & Associates

Yuki Kohara (Japanese: 小原 裕貴, Hepburn: Kohara Yūki, born 21 May 1980) is a Japanese former singer, actor, and idol whose career lasted from 1991 to 2000.[1] He was a member of Johnny's Junior until 15 October 2000.

Filmography[edit]

Music program[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
1992 43rd NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen Backup dancer NHK SMAP's "Yuki ga Futte Kita" performance
1992–1999 Music Station Backup dancer
Performer (1997)
TV Asahi Back dancer for Johnny & Associates established artists.
Interviewed eight times.
1993–1997 Idol on Stage Cast member NHK
1994 45th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen Backup Dancer NHK SMAP's "Ganbarimashou" performance
1996 47th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen NHK Masahiko Kondō's "Midnight Shuffle" performance
1997–2000 Music Jump Cast member NHK BS2
1998 Let's Go Young NHK Television special
Boys Be... Jr. Talk Corner Nippon TV

Variety program[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
1993–1996 Kiss shita? SMAP Cast member ABC Irregular appearances
1994 Chōjin Dodgeball Densetsu KTV
1994–1996 Ai Love SMAP TV Tokyo Irregular appearances
1995 Tensai Takeshi no Genki ga Deru Terebi!! Nippon TV "Johnny's Preparatory school" segments
1996–1998 Ai Love Junior TV Asahi
1996 Jr. Gold TBS Television special
1997 Mecha-Ike: Gachikon Iwashitaru! Special!! Fuji TV Television special
1996–1997 Tsuyoshi Domoto no Do-Ya ABC Irregular appearances
1997–1998 Show-Nen J ABC Irregular appearances
1998–1999 8-Jida J TV Asahi [1]
1998 Gyu! to Dakishimetai! Nippon TV
1999–2000 Seven Samurai: J House's Rebellion ABC
Yattaru J TV Asahi
2000 The Shōnen Club NHK BS2 Irregular appearances
The Night of Hit Parade Nippon TV
Shōnen Time Fuji TV

Television drama[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
1994 Ō-Edo Fūunden Yasunosuke Kawai (child) NHK Jidaigeki
1996 Shadow Shōkai Henkirō Michio Egaki TV Asahi
1997 Psychometrer Eiji Yūsuke Kasai Nippon TV Main role[2]
Bokura no Yuki: Miman City Kiichi Main role[2]
1998 Boys Be... Jr. Ryōta Kageyama
Takeshi Kondō
Lead role
Episode: "Couple in the Way 5×5"
Episode: "Cool Guy's Big Remodeling Plan"
1999 Nekketsu Renai Dō Kenji Hoshikawa Lead role
Episode: "Libra, Blood Type B Boy"
Scary Sunday Lead role
Episode: "Red Car"
Psychometrer Eiji 2 Yūsuke Kasai Main role[2]
2000 Mother's Song of Delight Jun Hiyama Fuji TV Lead role
Psychometrer Eiji SP Yūsuke Kasai Nippon TV Main role, Television special[2]
Seven Samurai: J House's Rebellion Yūki Jōnouchi ABC Main role
2017 Bokura no Yuki: Miman City 2017 Kiichi Nippon TV Main role, Television special[3]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Shinjuku Shōnen Tantei-dan
2000 Sleeping Bride Yūichi Nagasawa Lead role[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "『ぼくらの勇気 未満都市』新作に出演! 伝説のジャニーズJr.・小原裕貴を振り返る" (in Japanese). Excite Japan. 1 July 2017. Retrieved 14 May 2018. 
  2. ^ a b c d "元ジャニーズJr.小原裕貴、復活で世代女子ざわつく Twitterトレンドも1位に<小原裕貴とは?>" (in Japanese). Modelpress. 24 July 2017. Retrieved 14 May 2018. 
  3. ^ "Former Johnny's Jr. Yuki Kohara, now a salary man, will act for the first time in 17 years" (in Japanese). Daily Sports. 26 June 2017. Retrieved 27 June 2017. 
  4. ^ "Movie: Glass no Nō" (in Japanese). Stingray. 2000. Retrieved 13 May 2018. 

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