Tetsurō Degawa

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Tetsurō Degawa
Native name出川 哲朗
Born (1964-02-13) February 13, 1964 (age 57)
Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Medium Television
Years active1985 - Present
Employer Maseki Geinosha
Genres Reaction comedy

Tetsurō Degawa (出川哲朗, Degawa Tetsurō, born February 13, 1964, in Yokohama, Kanagawa) is a Japanese comedian.



Representative of the so-called "reaction entertainers," he is known for his thick voice. His favorite phrase is "Yabaiyo, yabaiyo!" (やばいよやばいよ!, It's dangerous, dangerous!), which has been mimicked by many co-stars. Degawa appeared on the 19th Sasuke competition, where he struggled on the first obstacle (the Sextuple Step) and failed on the second obstacle (the Log Grip).



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