|Birth name||Kato Shigeaki|
|Born||July 11, 1987|
|Origin||Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan|
Shigeaki Kato (加藤 シゲアキ, Katō Shigeaki, born July 11, 1987) is a member of the J-pop group NEWS, from Johnny's Entertainment, Inc.
Kato was born in Hiroshima, Japan, but he grew up in Osaka and Yokohama-shi. [ citation needed ] As a junior he was a member of the organizations Best Beat Boys (B.B.B.), Boys Be Ambitious (B.B.A.), Best Beat Dancing (B.B.D.), Beautiful American Dreams (B.A.D.), J-support and K.K.Kity. He later debuted as a member of NEWS in 2003. Along with other NEWS members, he plays the guitar, composing some of NEWS' songs, including his own solo "Kakao" in 2002, which he composed the lyrics to.He joined Johnny's Entertainment on April 17, 1999 when he was 11 years-old.
On 2010, he graduated from the College of Law, Aoyama Gakuin University.
On January 28, 2012, he released his first novel, Pink to Gray and has released a novel a year since.
|1999||Kowai Nichiyoubi||NTV||Episode 5: Tomodachi no J-kun|
|2000||Space Angel 2001 Yen Uchu no Tabi||Masaru||NTV|
|Kowai Nichiyoubi: 2000||NTV||Episode 16: Tsuri sagaru|
|Shijo Saiaku no Deto||Ikeda Shingoto||NTV||The 1st dates: Shijo saiaku no hatsu deto!?|
|2001||Shounen wa Tori ni Natta||TBS|
|3-nen B-gumi Kinpachi sensei||Hasegawa Ken||TBS||Season 6|
|2004||Home Drama!||Inaba||TBS||Story 9|
|3-nen B-gumi Kinpachi sensei||Hasegawa Ken||TBS||Season 7: episode 11|
|2005||Gekidan Engimono||Kojima||Fuji TV||Episode 13: Ie ga Tooi|
|2006||Busu no Hitomi ni Koishiteru||Shimizu Kota||Fuji TV|
|Gekidan Engimono||Ueno||Fuji TV||Episode 20: Car Radio ga Owareba|
|Kakure Karakuri||Abe Tomonari||TBS|
|2007||Papa to Musume no Nanokakan||Osugi Kenta||TBS|
|Sugata Sanshiro||Sugata Sanshiro||TV Tokyo|
|2009||Chichi yo, Anata wa Erakatta ~1969 Nen no Oyaji to Boku||Onodera Masaru||TBS|
|0 Goushitsu no Kyaku||Yazaki||Fuji TV||Story 3: Kampeki na Otoko|
|2010||Troubleman||Tokuda Kazuo||TV Tokyo|
|2011||Shin Jidan Koshonin Ura File||Hashima Ippei||TBS|
|Hanawake no Yon Shimai||Shozaburo Mashiko||TBS|
|3-nen B-gumi Kinpachi sensei Final SP||Hasegawa Ken||TBS|
|2012||Hana no Zubora Meshi||Osoi||TBS/MBS|
|Blackboard ~Jidai to Tatakatta Kyōshi tachi~!||Kumatani Shota||TBS||Third Night: Yume|
|Shin Jidan Koshonin Ura File 2||Hashima Ippei||TBS|
|2014||Shitsuren Chocolatier||Hiroaki Sekiya||Fuji TV|
|Shin Jidan Koshonin Ura File 3||Hashima Ippei||TBS|
|Shin Jidan Koshonin Ura File 4||Hashima Ippei||TBS|
|2015||Taishi Kakka no Ryourinin||Satoru Eguchi||Fuji TV|
|2016||Kasa wo Motanai Aritachi wa||Keisuke Murata||Fuji TV|
|Momoku no Yoshinori Sensei ~Hikari wo Ushinatte Kokoro ga Mieta~||Yoshinori Arai||NTV|
|Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo||Kazutaka Yano||NTV|
|2017||Kirawareru Yuuki||Toshio Aoyama||NTV|
|2018||Zero: Ikkaku Senkin Game||Ukai Zero||NTV|
|Inugamike no Ichizoku||Kindaichi Kousuke||FujiTV|
|2019||Yotsuba Ginkou Harashima Hiromi ga Monomousu ~Kono Hito ni Kakero~||Kazuhiro Yamane||TV Tokyo|
|2011||Ariyoshi Japon||TBS||Irregular panelist|
|Bakushōmondai no taihen yoku dekimashita!||TV Tokyo||Panelist|
|2012–2015||Mirai Theater||NTV||co-hosted with Keiichiro Koyama and Shinichi Hatori|
|2015–present||NEWS na Futari||TBS||co-hosts with Keiichiro Koyama|
|2015–present||Typewriters ~Monokaki no Sekai~||Fuji TV||co-hosts with Naoki Matayoshi|
|2015–present||Hakunetsu Live Bibitto||TBS||Friday regular panelist|
|2016–2019||Shounen Club Premium||NHK BS Premium|
|2017–present||Inochi no Uta||NHK||main MC|
|2005||Survival||Featured in DVD Nippon East to West Spring Concert|
|2007||Alibi (アリバイ)||Duet with NEWS member, Keiichiro Koyama. Featured in album pacific|
|2007||Chirarizumu (チラリズム)||Duet with NEWS member, Keiichiro Koyama. Featured in DVD Never Ending Wonderful Story|
|2007||Kakao (カカオ)||Featured in DVD Never Ending Wonderful Story|
|2008||HAPPY MUSIC||Featured in DVD NEWS Concert Tour Pacific 2007 2008 – The First Tokyo Dome Concert|
|2008||Murarisuto (ムラリスト)||Duet with NEWS member, Keiichiro Koyama. Featured in album color|
|2009||Shalala Tambourine (シャララ タンバリン)||Featured in DVD NEWS Live Diamond|
|2010||Iitai Dake (言いたいだけ)||Duet with NEWS member, Keiichiro Koyama. Featured in DVD NEWS Dome Party 2010 Live! Live! Live! DVD!|
|2012||Vampire wa Kakukatariki (ヴァンパイアはかく語りき)||Featured in single Chankapāna|
|2013||Dreamcatcher||Featured in album NEWS|
|2015||Escort||Featured in album WHITE|
|2016||Hoshi no Oujisama (星の王子さま)||Featured in album QUARTETTO|
|2017||Ayame (あやめ)||Featured in album NEVERLAND|
|2018||Hyouon (氷温)||Featured in album EPCOTIA|
|2019||Sekai (世界)||Featured in album Worldista|
|2008||Konnan Yatte Mimashita|
|2011||6 gatsu no Bitter Orange||Tatsuya Fukano|
|2014||Naka no Hito||Koichi Sakazaki|
|2017||Green Mile||Paul Edgecomb|
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