He’s always great, even if I don’t always like his projects. department head) in (Season 1 and 2, with a movie on the way next Spring) with Ayase Haruka. I adore him as an actor, but would never think about bringing him home to meet the parents.
Aside from Imouto wo, my favorite Toshiaki dorama is (The Man Who Can’t Get Married).
He’s what I would call a man’s man, with a commanding screen presence. It’s hard to separate Naohito from his performance as Buchou (i.e. Osamu gives off such bad boy vibes that should you meet him at a bar and he decides to turn on his megawatt charm, you’ll wonder thirty minutes later where your panties went.
A couple of months ago I did a write up on TW-actors and TW-actresses, which was relatively easy to do since there just aren’t that many of them occupying the perch as certifiable leads.
The same isn’t true elsewhere, which is why I’ve been hesitant to attempt it for other industries.
If anyone wants to know why I love him so, watch despite having two actors I also adore in it, which were Nagasawa Masami and Fujiki Naohito.