|Education|| Chung-Ang University – theater and film |
Korea University Graduate School – master's degree in journalism
|Revised Romanization||O Dae-gyu|
Oh Dae-gyu (born May 13, 1967) is a South Korean actor.He appears in television dramas, notably First Wives' Club (2007), Three Brothers (2009), and War of the Roses (2011).
He has been called the "South Korean Mark Ruffalo".
|1989||The Region of Calm||Lee Kang-seok||KBS2|
|1991||Door of Solitude||Joon-soo||SBS|
|Love Without Fear||Nam Ki-woo||SBS|
"Father, 어느날 갑자기"
|The Faraway Ssongba River||Corporal Gu||SBS|
|1994||Scent of Love||Min-gu||SBS|
|The Woman in the Matchbox||Hee-joon||SBS|
|Their Own Santa||SBS|
|Inside the Mysterious Mirror||Lee Hyun-seok||SBS|
|Do You Remember Love?||Min-jae||MBC|
|1996||Wealthy Yu-chun||Jung Ji-seok||SBS|
|Splendid Holiday||Detective Jo Yong-hyun||MBC|
|1997||Into the Storm||Choi Gi-chul||KBS2|
|Woman Next Door||Lee Eung-sik||SBS|
|Who Are You?||Dong Jae-gyu||SBS|
|2000||Medical Center||Resident Jang Se-jin||SBS|
|Third Coincidence||Woo Seung-jae||MBC|
|SBS TV 문학상 당선작 |
|2002||Man of the Sun, Lee Je-ma||Jang Sang-wook||KBS2|
|Sunrise House||Kang Joon-tae||SBS|
"The Fragrant Well"
|2004||Sunlight Pours Down||Oh Dal-jae||SBS|
|Little Women||Oh Geon-tae||SBS|
|2005||Love Needs a Miracle||Jin Jung-soo||SBS|
|2006||I'll Go with You||Jung-wan||SBS|
|Love and Hate||Park Jae-hyuk||SBS|
|2007||First Wives' Club||Lee Ki-jeok||SBS|
|2009||Temptation of an Angel||Fake Shin Hyun-woo |
(cameo, episode 15)
|Three Brothers||Kim Hyun-chal||KBS2|
|2011||War of the Roses||Park Dae-sung||SBS|
|Living in Style||Shin Ki-han||SBS|
|2012||Five Fingers||Hong Soo-pyo||SBS|
|2013||Princess Aurora||Oh Soo-sung||MBC|
|Passionate Love||Yoo Min-soo||SBS|
|2015||Make a Woman Cry||Kang Jin-myung||MBC|
|1990||I'll Go and Come Back Safely|
|1993||SBS Drama Awards||Best New Actor||The Faraway Ssongba River||Won|
|2007||SBS Drama Awards||Best Supporting Actor in a Serial Drama||Love and Hate, First Wives' Club||Won|
|2011||SBS Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Weekend/Daily Drama||War of the Roses||Nominated|
|2018||SBS Drama Awards||Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Daily and Weekend Drama||Happy Sisters||Nominated|
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