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Kazuma Suzuki

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Occupation  Actor, Director
Role  Film actor
Name  Kazuma Suzuki
Spouse(s)  Married (2010)
Years active  1987–present

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Website  www.horipro.co.jp/talent/PM014/
Movies and TV shows  Liar Game, Library Wars, Liar Game: The Final Stage, Limit of Love: Umizaru, Crazy Lips
Similar People  Shinsuke Sato, Fuku Suzuki, Ryuichi Hiroki, Atsuro Watabe, Eiichiro Hasumi
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Kazuma Suzuki (鈴木 一真) is a Japanese stage, film, television actor, film director, fashion designer, and former model.

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Career

During his high school years, Suzuki was scouted at Harajuku and made his debut as a model in the fashion magazine POPEYE. From there he made appearances in other popular Japanese magazines such as MEN’S NON-NO and MEN’S CLUB. At one point, he wanted to become a wardrobe stylist and supported famous stylists such as Tomoki Sukezane and Yoshiyuki Kitao.

In the early 1990s, Suzuki moved to Paris and became the first Japanese male model to participate in the Benetton Group's World Campaign, and on this occasion, signed with agencies in Paris, Milan, London, and New York. Suzuki has worked with L'Uomo Vogue, Harper's Bazaar Uomo (Italy), i-D (UK), Giorgio Armani, Romeo Gigli, Emilio Cavallini (Milan Fashion Week), Hedi Slimane (Paris Fashion Week), and other major magazines and designers. Suzuki has posed for the cover of over 100 magazines to date.

By the late 1990s Suzuki quit his career as a model and made his debut as an actor in Gerende ga Tokeruhodo Koishitai. In 1998 he was chosen as the heroine’s lover in the nationally renowned NHK asadora morning drama series Ten Urara which widely spread Suzuki’s name as an actor all over Japan.

Film

  • Gerende ga Tokeruhodo Koishitai (1995)
  • 12 (1996)
  • EYES OF THE WOLF (1997)
  • Fukigen na Kajitsu (1997)
  • An Obsession (1997)
  • Detective RIKO (1998)
  • Orokamono (1998)
  • heat after dark (1999)
  • Ojuken (1999)
  • Crazy Lips (2000)
  • Tokyo Trash Baby (2000)
  • Tales of the Unusual (2000)
  • Tokyo Zansu (2001)
  • DOUBLES (2001)
  • travailler (2002)
  • Hitsuji no Uta (2002)
  • Asama-Sanso Jiken (2002)
  • YMCA Baseball Team (2003)
  • Love! (2003)
  • Mana ni Dakarete (2003)
  • Robocon (2003)
  • KENENN (2003)
  • NO NAME
  • KOIBONE (2004)
  • Black Kiss (2005)
  • If You’re Happy and You Know It (2005)
  • Shisso (2005)
  • Sannenn Migomoru (2005)
  • NANA (2005)
  • Back Dancers! (2006)
  • The Angel’s Egg (2006)
  • Yoyogi Blues (2006)
  • KABAN (2007)
  • The Taste of Fish (2008)
  • Detroit Metal City (2008)
  • Tenshi no ita Okujo (2008)
  • Shisei (2009)
  • Tale of Ururu’s Forest (2009)
  • BANDAGE (2010)
  • Kotoba no nai Fuyu (2010)
  • Liar Game: The Final Stage (2010)
  • NECK (2010)
  • Renai Gikyoku (2010)
  • Liar Game: Reborn (2012)
  • Good Luck (2012)
  • Toshokan Sensō (2013)
  • Television

  • Help (1995)
  • Tokyo Angel (1996)
  • Tokyo 23ku no Onna (1996)
  • Natural (1996)
  • Itoshi no Mirai-chan (1997)
  • Saigo no Koi (1997)
  • Koi, shita (1997)
  • Tales of the Unusual: Nozomi to West (1997)
  • Ten Urara (1998)
  • Joi (1999)
  • Organ no Iede (1999)
  • Aoi Tokugawa Sandai (2000)
  • Imagine (2000)
  • Kaigo Business (2001)
  • Mukashi no Otoko (2001)
  • Ikirutameno Jonetsutoshiteno Satsujin (2001)
  • Ainante Iraneyo, Natsu (2002)
  • Nagoya Butsudan Monogatari (2002)
  • Yuukaza Cinema Tatamiya (2002)
  • Sky High (2003)
  • Ai no Ie (2003)
  • Part Time Detective (2003)
  • Jikuu Keisatsu (2004)
  • The Man who Fought the Forty Seven Ronin (2004)
  • Millionaire Detective (2005)
  • Onyado Kawasemi The 3rd Chapter (2005)
  • Umizaru (2005)
  • Kiken na Aneki (2005)
  • Izumono Okuni (2006)
  • Tokyo Wonder Tours (2006)
  • Millionaire Detective Deluxe (2006)
  • 37C (2006)
  • Sono Otoko Fukushocho (2007)
  • Liar Game (2007)
  • Shigotono Satamo Yomeshidai (2007)
  • Tantei Gakuen Q (2007)
  • Koino Karasawagi IV (2007)
  • Rokumeikan (2008)
  • Genjuuro Hissatsuken (2008)
  • Top Sales (2008)
  • Kenkaku Shoubai Haru no Arashi (2008)
  • Sono Otoko Fukushocho 2 (2008)
  • Reset (2009)
  • Tokumei Kakaricho Tadano Hitoshi (2009)
  • Kaidoku (2009)
  • Mr. Brain (2009)
  • Buzzer Beat (2009)
  • History Thriller Theatre SP (2009)
  • Nanpei Sousahan 7nin no Keiji (2009)
  • Ninkyo Helper (2009)
  • Liar Game: Season 2 (2010)
  • Very Sweet ~C’est tres doux~
  • Trick (2010)
  • Omiyasan 7 (2010)
  • Keiji Narusawa Ryo ~Tokyo Terrorist~ (2010)
  • Eri no the Edge (2010)
  • Hammer Session! (2010)
  • Nanpei Sousahan 7nin no Keiji 2 (2010)
  • Forensics Crime Files 31 (2010)
  • Saikyo Bushoden ~Sangoku Engi~ (2010)
  • Shukujo (2010)
  • Bengoshi Ichinose Ritsuko (2010)
  • Genya (2011)
  • Nanpei Sousahan 7nin no Keiji 3 (2011)
  • Absolute Zero: Undercover Op (2011)
  • Keiji Yoshinaga Seiichi 8 (2011)
  • Mito Kōmon (2011)
  • Hokkaido Keisatsu: Junsa no Kyujitsu (2011)
  • Nanpei Sousahan 7nin no Keiji 4 (2011)
  • Kaitō Royal (2011)
  • Ekkyo Sousa (2011)
  • Mouso Sousa (2012)
  • Saiko no Jinsei (2012)
  • Kasoken no Onna (2012)
  • Kazoku Hakkei (2012)
  • Liar Game: Fukunaga VS Yokoya (2012)
  • Tales of the Unusual 2012 Spring Special (2012)
  • Uso no Shomei ~Kajiwara Keiko~ (2012)
  • LEGAL HIGH (2012)
  • Kagi no Kakatta Heya (2012)
  • Nanpei Sousahan 7nin no Keiji 5 (2012)
  • Tokkan (2012)
  • Usono Shomei 2 ~Kajiwara Keiko~ (2013)
  • Wasurenaide Yumewo ~Yanase Takashi~ (2013)
  • Onna Nobunaga (2013)
  • Nanpei Sousahan 7nin no Keiji 6 (2013)
  • Sennyu Tantei Tokage (2013)
  • Hokkaido Keisatsu: Warau Keikan (2013)
  • 1st Proposal (2013)
  • Akuryo Byoto (2013)
  • Usono Shomei 3 ~Kajiwara Keiko~ (2013)
  • Olympic Ransom (2013)
  • Stage

  • LOVE LETTERS (1998)
  • The Tempest (2000)
  • Wuthering Heights (2002)
  • LOVE LETTERS (2002)
  • The Fastest Clock in the Universe (2003)
  • Roningai (2003)
  • Densha Otoko (2005)
  • Nishiki Goi (2006)
  • Aoki-san’s Wife (2007)
  • KEAN (2008)
  • Pride (2010)
  • Édith Piaf (2011)
  • Ikedaya (2012)
  • References

    Kazuma Suzuki Wikipedia


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