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Yoshihiro Ogata

(1950-01-23) 23 January 1950 (age 71)
Other namesKanichi Tadokoro (田所 完一)
OccupationActor, comedian (former)
Years active1980-present
AgentAlpha Agency
Height1.74 m (5 ft 8 12 in)

Denden (でんでん, Denden, born Yoshihiro Ogata (緒方 義博, Ogata Yoshihiro); 23 January 1950) is a Japanese actor and former comedian. [1] He has appeared in more than 100 films since 1981.


Selected filmography


1981 Something Like It
1997 Cure
2000 Uzumaki
Ju-on: The Curse
2001 Red Shadow
2006Love Tomato
2008 Kabei: Our Mother
Climber's High
2010 Cold Fish
Boys on the Run
2011 Himizu
2012 Like Someone in Love
Land of Hope
2013 The Kiyosu Conference Maeda Gen'i
2014 Killers
Tokyo Tribe Daishisan
2016Destruction Babies
Shippu Rondo
Nobunaga Concerto
2017 Mumon: The Land of Stealth Shimoyama Kai
2018Tomiko no Ashi
2019Blue Hour
Mentai PiririMaruo
The Forest of Love Ozawa
Silent Rain
Black School Rules
2020Not Quite Dead Yet
Stardust Over the Town
2021The Supporting Actors: The MovieHimself [2]


2010 General Rouge no Gaisen
2012 Beautiful Rain
2013 Amachan Asadora
2017 Naotora: The Lady Warlord Okuyama Tomotoshi Taiga drama
Hitoshi Ueki and Nobosemon
2018The Supporting Actors 2
2021Okaeri MoneHiroshi KawakuboAsadora

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