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Hiroki Narimiya
Hiroki
Person information
Name in Japanese 成宮 寛貴
Romaji translation Narimiya Hiroki
Gender Male
Born September 14, 1982
Tokyo, Japan
Death
Occupations Actor
Voice of
Portrayals Nobuo Terashima

Hiroshige Narimiya (平宮 博重 Narimiya Hiroshige, born September 14, 1982 in Tokyo, Japan), better known as Hiroki Narimiya (成宮 寛貴 Narimiya Hiroki), is a Japanese actor.

He portrayed Nobuo Terashima in the Nana film and it's sequel. Narimiya also played Tomoki Anzai in the Kagen no Tsuki film.

Biography

Early life

He was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan. His parents are from Okinawa Prefecture and divorced when he was young. In his third year of junior high school, his mother died. He and his brother were raised by his grandmother after that. He made a promise for his mother to become serious about acting and soon dropped out of school to pursue his career.

Career

He soon debuted in 2000 in the play "Horobikaketa Jinrui, Sono Ai no Honshitsu to wa." Hiroki was chosen for the part of Kane out of the 3,000 actors who auditioned.

In February 2001, he made his movie debut in "Oboreru Sakana", a Toei production. In 2002, he appeared as Noda in the television drama, "Gokusen." With his life-sized performance in this role, Hiroki won both serious acclaim and popularity. That same year, he was the lead in "Okan wa Uchu wo Shihaisuru", a television special on Fuji Television Network. Come 2003, he performed in his first period film, "Azumi", which became a box office hit and allowed Hiroki to display his swordplay skills from daily training.

In 2004, Hiroki returned to the stage in the Shakespearean play "Oki ni Mesumama (As You Like It)" and had a supporting role in the TBS drama Orange Days. The next year, he starred in the TBS series "Ima, Ai ni Yukimasu" and was featured in four films, including Nana, the sequel for which was released December 2006. In 2012, Hiroki starred as Phoenix Wright in the video game adaption Ace Attorney directed by Takashi Miike.

While working on his acting career, Hiroki has been proving himself quite the fashion leader. He designed a line of clothes along with many collaboration projects. Fall 2003, he appeared as a model for his Tokyo collection. His trademark hairstyle (the "Narimiya Cut") became all the rage among Japanese teens. Hiroki has also appeared on more than 10 covers of fashion and other magazines in the past year and received the 2005 Crystallized Style Award (presented by Swarovski). Hiroki has received many offers to model overseas for high-fashion brands, which fits in his plans to pursue work outside Japan as both a model and actor

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Oboreru Sakana Yasuto Shibasawa Supporting role
Ikisudama
2003 Lovers' Kiss Tomoaki Fujii Main role
Ainokarada
Azumi Ukiha Supporting role
2004 Shinkokyu Daisuke Nishimura Supporting role
Kagen no Tsuki Tomoki Anzai Supporting role
2005 Nana Nobuo Terashima Supporting role
Rampo Jigoku Tooru Itsuki Supporting role
Tantei Jimusho 5
Arashi no Yoru Ni Vocal
2006 Akihabara@DEEP Page Main role
Nana 2 Nobuo Terashima Supporting role
2007 Unfair Toda Supporting role
Sakuran Soujirou Supporing role
2009 Drop Hiroshi Shinanogawa Main role
Lalapipo Kenji Kurino Main role
2012 Gyakuten Saiban Ryuuichi Naruhodou Main role
Kuroyuri Danchi Shinobu Sasahara Main role
2013 The Complex
Aibou: The Movie III Tooru Kai Main role

Television dramas

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Toshiie to Matsu
Sarariman Kintaro 3
2003 Kisarazu Cat's Eye Jun Sasaki Supporting role
Gokusen Takeshi Noda Supporting role
Kou Kou Kyoushi Yuuji Kamiya Supporting role
Stand UP!! Hayato Udagawa Main role
Trick 3
2004 Orange Days Shouhei Aida Supporting role
2005 M no Higeki Kouichi Shimoyanagi Supporting role
Ima, Ai ni Yukimasu Takumi Aio Main role
Ai no Uta Yuusuke Yaginuma Supporting role
Onna no Ichidaiki
2006 Koumyou ga Tsuji
2007 Barefoot Gen
2008 Honey and Clover Shinobu Morita Main role
Innocent Love Subaru Segawa Supporting role
Bloody Monday Jun Kanzaki Supporting role
2009 Tokyo Dogs Episode 1 only
2010 Bloody Monday Season 2 Jun Kanzaki Supporting role
Yankee-kun to Megane-chan Daichi Shinagawa Main role
Juui Dolittle Masaru Hanabishi Main role
2011 Saigo no Bansan Takahiko Yagisawa Supporting role
Hi wa Mata Noboru
2012 Mou Yuukai Nante Shinai Seiji Yamabe Supporting role
Hidamari no Ki Ryouan Tezuka Main role
Ikyu san Shinuemon Ninagawa Supporting role
Aibou 11 Tooru Kai Main role
2014 Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo 2014 Yoichi Takato Episode 5, 6, 8, 9
2015 Hanasaki Mai ga Damattenai 2 Keisuke Matsuki
37.5°C no Namida Motoharu Asahina

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