Takayuki Yamada

Birthday:

10/20/1983

Place of birth:

Satsumasendai, Japan:

Biography:

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Takayuki Yamada (born October 20, 1983) is a Japanese actor and singer. He has two elder sisters and one son. At age 15, he was discovered by talent agency Stardust and made his debut in his acting career in the TV drama Psychometrer Eiji 2 in 1999. One of his first big roles was starring as Matsumoto Sakutaro in Sekai no Chuushin de, Ai wo Sakebu in the 2004 TBS series. In 2005, he made his name known with the movie Densha Otoko. His recent projects include Taiyou no Uta and the Japanese movie The Letter (Tegami) with co-star Erika Sawajiri. Description above from the Wikipedia article Takayuki Yamada, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.



Credits

(2018)
as Ukon Gondo
(2018)
as Daisuke Yuge
(2018)
as Junior Scientist 1 (voice)
(2017)
as Batman (voice)
(2017)
as Anjuro Katagiri
(2017)
as Himself
(2017)
as
(2016)
as Kaoru Ushijima
(2016)
as Takuto's Senior Sawa
(2016)
as Kaoru Ushijima
(2016)
as Ichiro Hiruma
(2016)
as Denjiro Tahara
(2015)
as Akira Hattori
(2015)
as Hideyoshi Minami
(2014)
as Shuichi Tanaka
(2014)
as Kaoru ushijima
(2014)
as Shun Tsukihara
(2013)
as Shuichi Fujii
(2013)
as Shuichi Ichinosawa
(2013)
as
(2012)
as Hiroshi Kijima
(2012)
as Tetsuro Shibahara
(2012)
as Yoshitsugu Otani
(2012)
as
(2012)
as Kaoru Ushijima
(2012)
as Hoshi
(2011)
as Teruhiko Katayama
(2011)
as Katsuaki Murakami
(2011)
as Masamitsu Shigeta
(2011)
as Besson Kumagai / Tamon / Ovreneli Vreneligare
(2011)
as Toshio Kitami
(2011)
as Masamitsu Shigeta
(2010)
as Banjo Takai
(2010)
as Shinrokuro Shimada
(2010)
as Yosuke Asakura
(2009)
as Sugimoto
(2009)
as Akira Abe
(2009)
as Yutaro Garai
(2009)
as Tamao Serizawa
(2008)
as Makoto Shigemura
(2008)
as Satoshi Iizuka
(2007)
as Tamao Serizawa
(2007)
as Student on field trip (cameo)
(2007)
as Satoshi Toyama
(2006)
as Naotaka Takeshima
(2005)
as Densha otoko
(2004)
as
(2003)
as Nobuo Takahashi
(2002)
as Lune (voice)
(2004)
Screenplay
(1971)
Writer