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Seishirō Nishida

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Native name  西田 聖志郎
Occupation  Actor
Home town  Japan
Nationality  Japanese
Years active  1981–
Born  May 3, 1955 (age 61) (1955-05-03) Kagoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan
Education  Kamoike Junior High School Kōnan High School Nihon University College of Art

Seishirō Nishida (西田 聖志郎, Nishida Seishirō, born May 3, 1955, in Kagoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese actor.


Nishida was born in Kagoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture. He has a family relationship Bakumatsu scholar and poet Hatta Tomonori. Nishida graduated from Kamoike Junior High School, Kōnan High School, and Nihon University College of Art.

After graduating from university he started performing in the theater. Nishida's acting experience was from the film, Mr. Mrs. Miss Lonely. He debuted in the television drama, Kaikyō.

While acting, Nishida once debuted as a singer in 1984 with the single, "Amadare". Since he is born in Kagoshima, he gives a Kagoshima dialect in television dramas.

Nishida also became a producer and created an office called Paddy House.


Seishirō Nishida Wikipedia

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