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But really he’s way more talented than playing a variety of the cookie-cutter romantic hero, even if I loved all the ones he’s played.
He’s now one of the elder statesman of J-actors, one who can do any role in any project.
He’s a great actor with the ability to disappear into any role yet always retain this aura of awareness. He’s the type of handsome that once you get it, you’ll never stop seeing how gorgeous he is. with Kitagawa Keiko, which is just a brilliant stroke of casting him as George.
I don’t find him cute in the least, but he always elicits the right emotions from me when watching him act. Oguri Shun Maybe the best “actor” of his generation (along with Yamada Takayuki), but his penchant for picking the oddest projects really turn me off watching more of his works. As a young actor, he probably has the most extensive body of work amongst his peers, and is a true chameleon.
What I love the most about Japanese leading men is that they are all so very different from each other, both in onscreen presence and acting styles.
He’s always great, even if I don’t always like his projects. department head) in (Season 1 and 2, with a movie on the way next Spring) with Ayase Haruka. I adore him as an actor, but would never think about bringing him home to meet the parents.
Tamaki Hiroshi He’s probably best known for his role as the prickly genius conductor in Nodame Cantabile, but I actually loved him in more. But he’s been acting for ages and has quite a prolific resume. He is such a scene stealer onscreen, always making any role memorable and unique.
I swear when I see pictures of him, he resembles a pygmy monkey. Does anyone who reads this blog still not know who Yamapi is?
But the moment he starts acting, you forget everything and he has your entire attention. In that case, I must not being doing a good enough job of squealing about him.