Tomohiro Ohmura

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Tomohiro Ohmura
大村 朋宏
Born (1975-04-03) 3 April 1975 (age 46)
NationalityJapanese
Education Meiji University (dropped out)
OccupationComedian
Years active1997
AgentYoshimoto Creative Agency
Style
  • Manzai
  • conte (boke)
Height177 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Partner(s)Kensuke Fujita (Total Tenbosch)
Website Total Tenbosch Ohmura no Amen Blog

Tomohiro Ohmura (大村 朋宏, Ōmura Tomohiro, born 3 April 1975, in Gotemba, Shizuoka) [1] is a Japanese comedian who performs boke in the double act Total Tenbosch.

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Ohmura is represented with Yoshimoto Creative Agency. He graduated from Tokyo New Star Creation (NSC)'s third grade.

Biography

Family life

Filmography

Anime

TitleRoleNetwork
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Taka TV Tokyo

DVD

DateTitlePublisher
18 Nov 2009Junior Chihara to Daisuke Miyagawa no Suberanai HanashiYoshimoto R and C

Bibliography

DateTitlePublisher
12 Jan 2011Odōke mono Wani Books

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References

  1. "トータルテンボス" (in Japanese). Yoshimoto Kogyo . Retrieved 2 May 2017.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)