Tetsuji Tamayama

Tetsuji Tamayama
Born
Tetsuji Tamayama

(1980-04-07) April 7, 1980 (age 41)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
Occupation Actor
Years active 1999–present
Height 182 cm (6 ft 0 in)

Tetsuji Tamayama (玉山 鉄二, Tamayama Tetsuji, born April 7, 1980) is a Japanese TV and film actor. He joined modeling competitions and was active in Checkmate and other fashion magazines. In 2001, Tamayama debuted in Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger as GaoSilver. He continued to star in more movies and TV dramas such as Casshern, Tokyo Love Cinema, and Rockers.

Filmography

Movies

  • Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger Hi no Yama Hoeru (2001)
  • Koi ni Utaeba (To Sing of Love) (2002)
  • Samurai Girl 21 (2002)
  • Rockers (2003)
  • Koibumi Hiyori~Ikarusu no Koibito Tachi (2004)
  • Tengoku no Honya: Koibi (Heaven's Bookstore) (2004)
  • Casshern (2004)
  • Eiko (2004)
  • Pray (2005)
  • Nana (2005)
  • Gyakkyou nine (All Out Nine-Field Of Nightmares) (2005)
  • Presents: Aikagi (Presents: The Key of Love) (2006)
  • Nana 2 (2006)
  • Tegami (The Letters) (2006)
  • Check It Out, Yo! (2006)
  • Kamyu Nante Shiranai (Who’s Camus Anyway?) (2006) cameo
  • Giniro no Season (Silver Season) (2007)
  • Freesia (Bullets Over Tears) (2007)
  • Team Batista no Eikou (2008)
  • Kafuu wo Machiwabite / Waiting for Good News (2009)
  • The Triumphant General Rouge (2009)
  • Goemon (2009)
  • Hagetaka: The Movie (The Vulture) (2009)
  • The Glorious Team Batista 2 / General Rouge no Gaisen (2009)
  • Shikeidai no Elevator (2010)
  • Norwegian Wood / Norway no Mori (2010)
  • Hankyū Densha (2011) as Ryuta
  • Girl In The Sunny Place (2013) as Haruki Shindo
  • Lupin III (2014) as Daisuke Jigen
  • Ajin (2017) as Yū Tosaki

TV dramas

TV commercials

  • Meiji Chocolate (2000)
  • P&G (2002)
  • ECC Shonen (2003)
  • Kagome (2003)
  • Glico ZACS (2004)
  • Santen FX Eye drops (2003–2007)
  • Suntory (2005)
  • Acecook Noodle (2005)

Promotional video

  • Truth, starring Yuna Ito as Reira from Trapnest, Tetsuji as Takumi the bassist
  • Endless Story, starring Yuna Ito as Reira from Trapnest, Tetsuji as Takumi the bassist

Awards

Year Award ceremony Category Result
2016 40th Elan d'or Awards Newcomers of the Year Won

References

External links

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